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Resist The Marxist Cultural Revolution

Resist the Black Lives Matter Organization and Antifa the Marxist Cultural Revolution poster meme. Based on the 2009 painting by A.F. Branco ©2020.

Resist the Marxist BLM and Antifa groups

A.F. Branco Cartoon – The Bush League

A group of G.W. Bush appointees has vowed to vote for Joe Biden proving they were never really conservative.

Bush Appointees for BidenPolitical cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2020.
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Today’ TWO Politically INCORRECT Cartoons by A.F. Branco


A.F. Branco Cartoon – CCP Friends

Democrat leadership hate trump but love the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ignoring their crimes while focusing on hoaxes directed towards damaging Trump.

Chinese Communist PartyPolitical cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2020.

A.F. Branco Cartoon – America’s Freedoms matter

Democrats are burning our country down and the Republicans are doing nothing to stop it. Time to revive the spirit of Independence Day 1776.

Independence Day 2020Political cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2020.
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A.F. Branco has taken his two greatest passions, (art and politics) and translated them into the cartoons that have been popular all over the country, in various news outlets including “Fox News”, MSNBC, CBS, ABC and “The Washington Post.” He has been recognized by such personalities as Dinesh D’Souza, James Woods, Sarah Palin, Larry Elder, Lars Larson, Rush Limbaugh, and has had his toons tweeted by President Trump.

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A.F. Branco Cartoon – Going Green

Mitt Romney, aka Pierre Delecto, is a never Trumper RINO who is also showing signs of intense envy toward President Trump.
Envious RINO RomneyPolitical cartoon A.F. Branco ©2019.
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A.F. Branco has taken his two greatest passions, (art and politics) and translated them into the cartoons that have been popular all over the country, in various news outlets including “Fox News”, MSNBC, CBS, ABC and “The Washington Post.” He has been recognized by such personalities as Dinesh D’Souza, James Woods, Sarah Palin, Larry Elder, Lars Larson, the great El Rushbo, and has had his toons tweeted by President Trump

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A.F. Branco Cartoon – RINOs R Us

Outgoing Senator Flake is relieved he’s found his replacement in the Senator from Utah Mitt Romney. Both fill the RINOs R Us bill nicely by bashing the Trump agenda.

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A.F. Branco Cartoon – American Standoff

Trump wants a border for national security, Pelosi and Schumer only want to obstruct Trump. Where’s the middle ground.
National Security Line in The Sand Political Cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2019.

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Today’s Politically INCORRECT Cartoon by A.F. Branco


Not So Silent Coup

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The real Trump collusion conspiracy is the DNC, RINOs, the deep state, and the mainstream media trying to destroy Trump.

Cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2017.

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EXODUS: The Cowed and Kings

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I just found this and wanted to share it with you. This is a genuine look inside the sick, twisted mind of Leftist/Marxist/Socialist/Democrats and RINOs.

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Ted Cruz: ‘Hell Will Freeze Over’ Before Establishment GOP Listens To American people


http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/02/13/Ted-Cruz-Hell-will-freeze-over-before-establishment-GOP-listens-to-American-people

by Matthew Boyle 13 Feb 2014

 Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told conservative radio host Mark Levin on Thursday evening that establishment GOP politicians will “never” listen to the American people.

“If we wait on the entrenched politicians in Washington, hell will freeze over before that happens,” Cruz answered when Levin asked whether Republicans will ever listen. “This is nothing new. The answers come from America, from millions of people standing up and holding elected officials accountable.”

Cruz, who coined the Twitter hash tag #MakeDCListen during the government shutdown episode, has often returned to a theme of forcing Washington D.C. insiders to listen to the public.

He noted that in the prelude to the shutdown, many Republicans preferred to push for spending cuts with the debt ceiling as leverage.

“A few months ago, when we were fighting trying to stop the disaster that is Obamacare, where a lot of Washington gray beards said, ‘we are going to fight on the debt ceiling. That’s where the fight will be,’” Cruz said. “It’s like they think the American people are a bunch of rubes, we don’t remember what they say.”

Wednesday, Cruz forced a procedural roll call requiring a 60-vote majority on the “clean” debt ceiling bill, despite Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s forceful urging he allow the legislation to go through with only a bare-majority vote. Cruz said Republicans should have united against the cloture motion, preventing the debt ceiling from being raised.

“If 41 Republicans had stood together and just voted no, the clean debt ceiling, the blank check for President Obama and Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi want would have been denied,” Cruz said. “And for all of them who say I am just a crazy rebel, the last 55 times the debt ceiling has been increased, Congress has attached meaningful conditions to it 28 of those times. It’s the only leverage point that has ever been effective.”

Cruz said earlier in the interview that many Republicans in the U.S. Congress wanted to increase the debt ceiling. “Make no mistake about it,” Cruz said. “This was their desired outcome. An awful lot of Republicans wanted exactly what Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid wanted, which is to raise the debt ceiling. But, they wanted to be able to tell what they view as their foolish gullible constituents that they didn’t do it, and they’re mad because by my refusing to consent to [a bare-majority vote] they had to come out in the open and admit to that.”

Cruz’s move to force the 60-vote procedural tally forced a dramatic, hour-long vote in which McConnell and GOP Whip John Cornyn scrambled to find enough Republicans to join Democrats and invoke cloture. During the vote, the clerk abstained from a decades-long practice of announcing each vote into a microphone as it was cast, preventing the public from knowing who had already voted and thus, who was switching their votes. McConnell and Cornyn ultimately joined in voting for cloture, after which six of their GOP colleagues switched to join them, providing additional political cover.

Hear the conversation Mark Levine had with Senator Cruz here;

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Standing with Our Military? Too Often Politicians Fail to Actually Do It.


I understand this ladies anger. I understand her frustration. I wonder if the rest of you conservatives are as angry and frustrated? Let’s get rid of all the RINOs, as well as all the Socialist Leftists.

Jerry Broussard

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http://clashdaily.com/2014/02/standing-military-often-politicians-fail-actually/#oYlqyqchkKk2vupV.99

By / 12 February 2014

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Having grown up through the Reagan-Bush-Clinton-Bush years, it was always a safe assumption that the GOP was the party of defense. My godfather, active duty Air Force through the Clinton years, refused to speak ill of the commander-in-chief, saying charitably only that the man was his commander and so discussions regarding the president would remain respectful and civil in his presence. When I was active duty and Barack Obama was elected president, there were hushed discussions by the officers (and not so hushed discussions when they were at home) at what this could mean for the military.

How could we have ever suspected that it would be the GOP to betray us so? They tout military veterans like John McCain and Lindsey Graham among their ranks, and others who wear yellow ribbons on their lapels and speak proudly about how they support the military.

At the risk of sounding like my beloved brother-in-law, circa 2008, there is a big difference between supporting the military and supporting the military-industrial complex. It looks great to say how much you support the troops and how you feel their pain because you’ve deployed—until you realize that their “deployments” were only for a week or two, and that while they talk about how much they support the military, they’d much rather talk than act. But I suppose that’s a politician for you, right?

Politicians like John Boehner, who wanted to make it a choice between funding military pensions or raising the debt ceiling, instead of the option offered by Senator Kelly Ayotte, who would fund pensions by requiring social security numbers for children listed as dependents in order for their parents to receive tax credits. Politicians like the aforementioned McCain and Graham, who seem so eager to commit our military to conflict every time a third-world dictator sneezes funny. Politicians like Paul Ryan, who cut the pensions to begin with, in a budget that otherwise failed to balance or even reduce entitlements. Politicians like Orrin Hatch (the other best reason for term limits besides Mitch McConnell and John McCain) and Lamar Alexander, who voted with the Left to pass the pension cuts.

All GOP. All men who would insist they support the military. All who would never dream of even attempting to cut entitlement reform or pass actual, meaningful immigration reform, but who would take from those who sacrificed so much for their country.

It’s obvious that we can’t count on the Establishment GOP to reduce government size. It’s obvious that we can’t count on them to protect our military while providing real world solutions to reducing the military budget that don’t break our promises to our veterans. If these men are so committed to reducing military spending, why have so many of them advocated interference in Syria? Why aren’t they asking why our military is off in the South Sudan? Why aren’t they demanding an audit of the Pentagon? Why aren’t they looking into why locator beacons are failing in Air Force ejection seats, investigating the F-22’s issues further and demanding a halt to the way over budget F-35 project? Why aren’t they demanding our troops come home from Afghanistan and investigating whether we really need to keep bases open and fully staffed in the Middle East after we close down the SWA theater (because you know we’re not going to give up Al Udeid and Al Dhafra anytime soon)?

The Establishment GOP is so confident that they can win this election because those of us who do believe in the Constitution, smaller government, and liberty will have no alternative but to vote for them. They think they can disregard what America promised her military and raise the debt ceiling (as John Boehner is promising to do) and we’ll vote for them because they’re the lesser of two evils. I don’t know about you, but I’m a little tired of being taken for granted.

Image: Courtesy of: http://www.createdebate.com/debate/show/What_is_the_most_ appropriate_way_to_salute_our_savior_President_Barack_Obama

About the author: Michelle Zook

A native Texan currently living it up in Utah, Michelle served five years in the Air Force as an Air Battle Manager, attaining the rank of captain. These days, she’s pursuing a MA Public Policy at Liberty University, learning the ropes as a military spouse, chasing two little ones around, staying caught up on the news, and trying not to meddle in her husband’s career. She’s a firm believer in states’ rights, the Second Amendment and individual liberties.

Read more at http://clashdaily.com/2014/02/standing-military-often-politicians-fail-actually/#oYlqyqchkKk2vupV.99

Barack Obama Wants His Name Off of Obamacare


http://freedomoutpost.com/2013/11/barack-obama-wants-name-obamacare/#ixzz2lJbaJBZH

Anyone who has ever bought a car knows about “sticker shock.”  You’ve eyed  that car on the dealership lot from afar.  Finally, the time is right to take a  test drive then seal the deal to make that purchase.  However, the price on the  sticker is more than enough to send you into hyperventilation fits as you try  to  convince yourself the sticker price is wrong.  Well, Mr. Obama and his band  of  merry Democrats are currently suffering “Obamacare shock.”  Yes, they knew  millions of Americans would lose their healthcare insurance and many would not  be able to keep their doctor.  It was obvious to those who analyzed the effects  of Obamacare that healthcare insurance premiums would increase on most  Americans  who would be forced into the exchanges, along with other abominations  that have  yet to gain the attention of the public.  So, why are Mr. Obama and  his  Democrats experiencing “Obamacare shock?”

obama-national-securityThe law’s namesake and Democrats in Congress are  shocked at the reaction of Americans to Obamacare after its implementation.   Just as the Congress passed this law so they could find out what’s in it, many  Americans reserved their judgment of the government healthcare insurance law  until after its roll-out.  Millions of Americans received cancellation notices  from their healthcare insurance providers while the government website for  enrollment into Obamacare was, in the most pleasant of terms, inoperative.   Those who were able to access the new Obamacare exchanges were hit with higher  premiums, deductibles, and some discovered they were ineligible to receive a  subsidy to offset the increased cost.  The result is Americans who originally  supported Obamacare have now jumped ship, previously insured Americans will now  be uninsured, and those Americans the law targeted will continue to be  uninsured.  Add to this equation the dismal numbers of Americans who have  actually accessed the exchanges and the emerging picture of “failure” becomes  clear.

Now, some Democrats, who previously supported this monstrosity, have begun to  distance themselves from the disaster using many different tactics ranging from  blaming the Republicans, dropping the affectionate designation “Obamacare,” to  calling for complete repeal.  Obama has entered damage control mode, but his  goal of a single payer system is still the brass ring he strives to reach.  In  his latest attempt to soothe the masses, Obama has indicated his signature  healthcare law needs “a  full-blown rebranding effort.”  Once again, Obama hits the campaign trail  in  public relations gear attempting to remarket a product that is more than  defective – it’s totally broken.

At  a meeting in Washington, hosted by the Wall Street Journal, Obama told  attendees, “I am confident that the model we’ve built, which works off the  existing private insurance system, is one that will succeed.  We’re going to  have to, A., fix the website so everybody feels confident about that.  We’re  obviously going to have to remarket and rebrand and that will be challenging in  this political environment.”

Translation:  “What we have is causing me grief; it’s not working so  I want my name off of it.”

(added by me, Jerry Broussard)

Rebranding

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Rebranding is a marketing strategy in which a new name, term, symbol, design, or combination thereof is created for an established brand with the intention of developing a new, differentiated identity in the minds of consumers, investors, and competitors.[1][2] Often, this involves radical changes to a brand’s logo, name, image, marketing strategy, and advertising themes. Such changes typically aim to reposition the brand/company, occasionally to distance itself from negative connotations of the previous branding, or to move the brand upmarket; they may also communicate a new message a new board of directors wishes to communicate.

Rebranding can be applied to new products, mature products, or even products still in development. The process can occur intentionally through a deliberate change in strategy or occur unintentionally from unplanned, emergent situations, such as a “Chapter 11 corporate restructuring,” “union busting,” or “bankruptcy.”

Obama and a Democratic majority Senate and House decided that 30 million  uninsured Americans needed to purchase healthcare insurance.  They declared our  healthcare system “broken” and passed Obamacare.  These same politicians  modeled  Obamacare “off the existing private insurance system.”  Now, due to the  negative  backlash, Obama has decided that a new marketing campaign and  rebranding this  atrocity is the solution.

One question that should be asked of Obama is:  If our system was “broken,”  why was the existing private insurance system used as a model to build the  current one?

The 30 million Americans who are uninsured is not because of a “broken”  system.  Those uninsured are not eligible for Medicare or Medicaid.  Private  individual healthcare insurance policy premiums are out of reach for some based  on their income and/or numerous economic difficulties.  Then, there are those  Americans who choose not to purchase healthcare insurance policies for reasons  that are not income or economic based.

The premise made by Obama and his idolatrous worshiping Democrats was  individuals without healthcare insurance coverage did not have access to  healthcare or “good” healthcare services.  Access to healthcare is very  different from the ability to pay for those services.  Having healthcare  insurance does not guarantee the receipt of healthcare services nor does it  guarantee payment for those services.  Healthcare insurance coverage is  designed  to offset the cost of medical services thereby reducing out of pocket  expenses  to the individual.

An individual may not be able to “access” healthcare services when needed  because of logistics.  In very rural areas, healthcare facilities are not as  prevalent or varied as in cities.  It may be inconvenient for individuals to  travel long distances to receive services.  And, the healthcare industry is  suffering from lack of doctors and support personnel, such as nurses, to  adequately expand services in needed areas.  Depending on the need for  specialty  services, individuals may wait months to see an orthopedist,  neurologist or  rheumatologist, to name a few.  Mandating individuals to  purchase healthcare  insurance does not solve the problem of logistics.

During the Washington gathering, Obama  did acknowledge problems with the Obamacare website stating, “There is a  larger problem … the way the federal government does procurement and does IT  is,  just generally, not very efficient.  In fact, there’s probably no bigger  gap  between the private and public sector than IT.”

Translation:  “I know we gave a no-bid contract to Michelle’s  friend’s company but Congress allows it.  The company is the one who defaulted,  so it’s not my fault.”

The company selected to build the federal website for access to the exchanges  was awarded to the company where Michelle Obama’s friend held a high position.   According to one source, the company responsible for the failed website was paid  $394 million – four times the original quoted cost of $94 million.   Facebook  and Twitter were created for less.  When procurement of a company to  do business  with the federal government is based on cronyism, one can almost  predict there  will be problems.  So, the problem is not a big IT gap between  the public and  private sector nor is it inefficiency with procurement.  The  problem is  politicians and presidents rewarding friends and monetary  contributors with  government contracts or positions instead of basing  procurement and employment  on qualifications.  That is not inefficiency.

During one of my second year nursing classes, a guest speaker stated “no  matter how many times you kiss a frog, it’s still a frog.”  It’s the same with  Obamacare.  No matter how Obama and the Democrats try to dress it up, change  its  name, change its website or flip-flop the disaster that it is, it is still  an  unconstitutional law that forces Americans into a system that ultimately  removes  individual choices regarding healthcare in favor of government dictates  in an  area the government has no business.

So, keep kissing that frog, Nancy.

Obamacare shock among its namesake and Democrats is already having its  effects.  Obama is being derelict in his duty to make sure the law is  faithfully  executed by legislating changes in the mandate deadlines through  executive  order.  Democrats and RINOs in Congress are swiftly attempting to  pass  legislation so those millions who have received cancellation letters from  their  carrier can keep their policy, for only a year.  They are having a  knee-jerk  reaction to problems they knew would occur when the law was passed  three years  ago.  Ego and desperation are the driving actions, nothing  more.

Regardless of the Supreme Court ruling, the government mandating individuals  purchase healthcare insurance or the government providing socialized medicine  is  not an enumerated power of Congress per our Constitution.  All branches of  our  government ignored this stipulation regardless of whether it is described  as a  “tax” or not.  Instead of adhering to the Constitution, the egos of Obama  and  the Democrats chase after this pig of a piece of legislation that’s covered  in  lard.

Americans are saddled with this unconstitutional law and are, basically,  being forced to obtain a healthcare insurance plan or face a penalty (tax)  imposed by the Internal Revenue Service.  Obama and his donkeys continue to  kiss  the frog in hopes of a prince or continue to put lipstick on the pig in an  attempt to disguise the “pork.”  Either way, the American public can expect  more  posturing, more lying, more deception and more unlawful behavior from our  elected officials as more information is revealed about this law.

More Obamacare shock is on the horizon for Americans as well.  Congress can  repeal this nightmare of an abominable, unconstitutional law or states can  nullify it.  Until then, the only recourse Americans have against this shock is  to walk off the dealership lot.

 About the Authior, Suzanne Hamner

Suzanne Hamner (pen name) is a registered  nurse, grandmother of 4, and a political independent residing in the state of  Georgia, who is trying to mobilize the Christian community in her area to stand  up and speak out against tyrannical government, invasion by totalitarian  political systems masquerading as religion and get back to the basics of  education.

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Conservative Principles: Are you a True Believer or Just a Fairweather Fan?


http://patriotupdate.com/articles/conservative-principles-true-believer-just-fairweather-fan/

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There is an excellent new book out titled Not a Fan by Kyle Idleman.  The book asks professing Christians a tough question: Are you a true follower of Christ or just a fan?  Idleman classifies those who sustain their beliefs through good times and bad, those who are prepared to sacrifice for their beliefs as true believers.  Fans, on the other hand, are those who fall away from the church the minute their faith requires anything of them; be it sacrifice, perseverance, or cost.

It struck me while reading this book that a similar question could be asked of conservatives. In fact, at a time when key leaders in the national Republican Party are recommending the abandonment of conservative principles as a way to broaden the party’s base, this is a perfect time to ask those who profess to be conservative the following question: Are you a true believer or just a fair-weather fan?

Idleman defines a fan as an enthusiastic admirer but not a true believer.  I like that definition.  It applies to conservatives in the same way that Idleman applies it to Christians.  In Not a Fan Idleman uses the example of an ardent football fan to illustrate the difference between a fan and a true believer.  Every weekend during the Fall you can see ardent fans in the stadiums across America supporting their favorite college and professional football teams.  The ardent fan paints his body in the colors of his team, owns a jersey bearing the name and number of his favorite player, collects team-oriented memorabilia, and never misses a game in good weather or bad. But let his team go into a slump and struggle through several years of losing seasons, and the fan’s enthusiasm will wane.  If the losing record persists, the fan will lose interest in the team and transfer his enthusiastic support to another team, one that is winning.

These fair-weather conservatives never seem to consider that a better way to broaden the Republican Party’s base would be to make a compelling case for adopting conservative principles to Americans of all stripes. Rather than abandoning foundational principles, why not persuade the ill-informed of the efficacy of those principles?  Weak-kneed Republicans respond that it is too hard to make a case for conservative principles—that such an effort would take too long and the results would be mixed at best. The reason some Republicans find it so difficult to make a compelling case for conservative principles is that they don’t believe in these principles themselves. It is difficult to be passionate about or to defend principles you adopted out of political expedience rather than true belief.

The Republican Party is experiencing an identity crisis that could leave Democrats in power for the next 20 years.  A party that does not know who it is and what it stands for cannot compete in presidential elections, nor can a party that strays from the beliefs it has held to for decades

 

Ronald Reagan won by enthusiastically running on traditional conservative principles, values he never shied away from regardless of the audience.  In short, President Reagan was a true believer in conservative principles, not a fair-weather fan.  Yet he managed to broaden the Republican Party’s base beyond anything old-guard Republicans could ever have imagined.  There is a lesson in his success for wobbly Republicans who are fair-weather fans of conservative principles rather than true believers in those principles.

 

Read more at http://patriotupdate.com/articles/conservative-principles-true-believer-just-fairweather-fan/#KghzXeyJkQHuu0YO.99

HANNITY: COULD BE TIME FOR CONSERVATIVE THIRD PARTY


http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/2013/10/15/Hannity-Time-for-Conservative-Third-Party?utm_source=e_breitbart_com&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Breitbart+News+Roundup%2C+October+15%2C+2013&utm_campaign=20131015_m117557490_Breitbart+News+Roundup%2C+October+15%2C+2013&utm_term=hannity-afp_jpg_3Fw_3D369

On Monday, Fox News host Sean Hannity declared it may be time for a conservative third party for those who are just “sick” of the establishment Republicans that undermine conservatives. 

Saying he did not “think this country is going to survive with half-measures,” Hannity declared, “either you believe that we need radical, positive, oriented solutions for this country and you willing to fight for them or you’re not.”

“Is it a third party we need? I’ve often argued no,” Hannity said on his radio show. “I’m not so sure anymore. It may be time for a new conservative party in America. I’m sick of these guys.”

He mentioned that nearly every Republican promised to repeal Obamacare but many abandoned the fight, instead trashing conservatives like Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) more than they were fighting against the law.

“The problem here is the more establishment wing of the Republican party, they didn’t stick together with these guys and instead the establishment has been out there trashing principled conservatives for keeping their principles and for keeping their commitment and their promises to their constituents,” Hannity said.

Hannity called out establishment Republicans like Rep. Peter King (R-NY), Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), and Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) for making it seem like “they have now declared war on principled conservatives like Ted Cruz, doing the bidding of the Democrats and the leftist media and now you’ve got the establishment Republicans trashing the conservative base of their own party.”

The Fox News host argued that Republicans would have been in a better position had they “stood by their promise like Ted Cruz.”

“If they held together, we wouldn’t have a problem today. You know, what is different here is, you know, every time the establishment wins, they want the tea party conservative base to go along with them,” Hannity said. “Now when the tea party stands up and fights for what they promise their voters, somehow they’re evil, somehow what they did is wrong.”

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