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November 30, 2012

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Comeback? Are you kidding? Maybe if he repays all the taxpayer money he so extravagantly spent (use of "his" plane for his girlfriend in Afghanistan), then we can consider a comeback. He is being advised by high-priced attorneys and PR counsel - probably on the taxpayer dime - of what he should do. Does anyone really believe he is sincere? For now, no. He needs to leave public life.

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