We’ll have to stay tuned.
Bob A.

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  1. Upaces says:

    Tee Hee…wish the date was March 15…The Ides of March.

    The soothsayer’s warning to Julius Caesar, “Beware the Ides of March,” has forever imbued that date with a sense of foreboding. But in Roman times the expression “Ides of March” did not necessarily evoke a dark mood—it was simply the standard way of saying “March 15.” Surely such a fanciful expression must signify something more than merely another day of the year? Not so. Even in Shakespeare’s time, sixteen centuries later, audiences attending his playJulius Caesar wouldn’t have blinked twice upon hearing the date called the Ides.

    Read more: Ides of March http://www.infoplease.com/spot/ides1.html#ixzz1o9GVOqmZ

  2. Upaces says:

    I was sooo impressed with the way the Sheriff presented what he had found.
    They worded everything they said in a way to “blame” the Person who did it rather than Obama.
    Legally? That was brilliant…in other words, they weren’t directly attacking the “position” of the POTUS.
    i ADMIT, I was doubtful they could find out anything more than we already know; however, that wasn’t really their point. Their point is to prove without a shadow of “bias” or gossip.

    For men in their position — they took a great chance on their own lives in order to do this.

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