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Bora interviews John Edwards on science-related topics.
Jul 09, 2007 at 10:08 AM | Permalink
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"I am a strong supporter of our space program. It reflects the best of the American spirit of optimism, discovery and progress."
I'm glad to see Edwards support for the space program.
Let me suggest he be elected the courageous permanent President of Earth's first Mars colony. It's probably the only way he will ever get to hold an office by that name.
Just think: he could actually establish a REAL universal health care system when he gets to Mars!
Perhaps we can get Brewster Rockit to take President Edwards and his band of settlers there in the appropriately named R.U. Sirius.
Jul 09, 2007 at 06:34 PM
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