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Saturday, November 04, 2006
Remember This When You Vote
(From Gene, our correspondent in Washington Heights.)
38 SENATORS VOTED AGAINST MAKING ENGLISH THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF AMERICA.
HERE THEY ARE.
Feingold (D -WI)
REMEMBER THIS THE DAY YOU VOTE.
PLEASE PASS THIS ALONG.