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|once a nut like you. - Unknown, Source No matter whom you vote for, the |
Government always gets in. - Unknown, Source In times of stress and strain,
people will vote. - Unknown, Source When he first ran for office, he appealed to
the voters: I ...
|"No way. We were talking about T.S. Eliot. We didn't talk about politics too much. |
The problem with voting is that no matter who you vote for, the government
always gets in." The Joshua tree grows in deserts, an oasis of vegetation in
|The paragraph you just read ó the one about the doe-eyed woman sleeping in |
an East German train station ó is the ... with voting," a popular singer quips on
page 42, "is that no matter who you vote for, the government always gets in.
|Not a few people, my parents included, feared that there might even be a gun-|
barrel coup d'e'tatóby either sideóbefore polling day. That 1932 ... We have an
old saying here: ďNo matter who you vote for, the government always gets in.
|My French publisher once told me he felt strangely about people like you, who |
travel around the world to do charity ... in a generation where we were told it didn'
t, and we were bored: ďNo matter who you vote for, the government always gets in
|The problem with voting is that no matter who you vote for, the government |
always gets in. BonO (May/19117) ... Phranc: A folksinger for our times; she nails
the things that matter with enormous humor and intelligence. Alien Sex Fiend:
|... while "Slush," with no vocals but repeated snippets of manic laughter, |
concluded the Bonzos' career on a suitable note (though there would be a "
reunion" single, "No Matter Who You Vote For the Government Always Gets In,"
recorded in ...
|He said, ďDon't be such a twat, living in this mythical past, that's what |
independence is all about, getting your act signed to a major. ... According to the
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, ďno matter who you vote for, the government always
|Many would argue that, once in power, governments tend not to pay much |
attention to the wishes of the electorate. ... lack of 'real' democracy is
encapsulated in the anarchist slogan 'no matter who you vote for, the government
always gets in'.
|I III III NO MATTER WHO YOU VOTE FOR, THE GOVERNMENT ALWAYS GETS |
IN With the possible exception of sport, politics is the most divisive topic we have
to talk about. Even the title of this section will probably set somebody steaming ...
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