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    Tuesday, June 24, 2008

    If his Online Store is any indication.....

    ...Then McCain will be very efficient as President.

    On Monday morning I ordered two McCain notepads using his online store. When I got home from work on Tuesday, they had already arrived at my door!

    When was the last time you ordered something online and it arrived the following day (without any shipping and handling charges!)?

    Is this an indication of how efficient his presidency will be?

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    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Either that, or how slow sales must be!

    8:03 PM  

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