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Monday, August 7, 2006

Yes there is a free lunch

Posted By on Mon, Aug 7, 2006 at 3:17 AM

Sigh. Max, briefly, in an internet stop in Riga, Latvia. Had time to breeze quickly through Seth Blomeley's rundown in the D-G of gubernatorial candidates on ethics. They'll DO right, they assure us. But nobody wants to change the existing system, where votes are routinely bought through lobbyist favors at the dinner table. Zac Wright, you know better than to say a legislator can't be influenced by a lunch End the freebies. End of my session.

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