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    I always thought that that the only way a prisoner "saw the light" was when they flipped the switch on the electric chair.
    You can call it a "impeachment inquiry" or anything else under the sun.
    Personally, there are only two ways to describe what House Democrats are doing:

    Sedition, and a coup.

    Plain and simple.

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    I could never figure out why people would go through so much hassle to smuggle drugs into a prison. It's not like convicts can pay them lots of money.

 

 
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