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11/29/2010

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Jimbino

Right, Prohibition was not a success, but it only lasted 13 years.

Public education is a notable legislative failure that has endured for over 100 years. Marriage is worse than a failure, having tormented generations of women and men, that has lasted since 4004 BC. Then there are Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid--all expensive legislative failures. National parks and forests are another example, especially for the Blacks, Hispanics and Native Americans who pay for them but never visit.

Pray for gridlock, the best we can do when faced with legislation.

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