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2013: The Year in Quotes

  • Staff photo by BOB HAMMERSTROM<br><br/>Rep. William O'Brien talks is shown Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at the Statehouse in Concord. O’Brien, R-Mont Vernon, plans to form a Congressional campaign committee to explore a possible run against U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster.

    Staff photo by BOB HAMMERSTROM

    Rep. William O'Brien talks is shown Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at the Statehouse in Concord. O’Brien, R-Mont Vernon, plans to form a Congressional campaign committee to explore a possible run against U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster.

  • President Obama addresses the crowd at his first campaign stop after the Demcratic National Convention, at the Strawberry Banke Museum. Portsmouth, NH; September 7, 2012. <br/><br/>(Samantha Goresh/Monitor Staff)

    President Obama addresses the crowd at his first campaign stop after the Demcratic National Convention, at the Strawberry Banke Museum. Portsmouth, NH; September 7, 2012.

    (Samantha Goresh/Monitor Staff)

  • Former senator Bob Smith sits for a portrait at Newt Gingrich's campaign headquarters in Manchester on Friday, December 9, 2011. Smith is back in New Hampshire to campaign for Newt Gingrich. He's been back for almost two weeks.<br/><br/>(Andrea Morales/ Monitor photo)

    Former senator Bob Smith sits for a portrait at Newt Gingrich's campaign headquarters in Manchester on Friday, December 9, 2011. Smith is back in New Hampshire to campaign for Newt Gingrich. He's been back for almost two weeks.

    (Andrea Morales/ Monitor photo)

  • Neil Sroka, communications director, right, records a conversation as Ann Kuster visits with patrons at Tea Birds Cafe in Berlin around lunchtime on Monday, October 18, 2010. The cafe was the 24th establishment she has visited during her "30 Days, 30 Diners" campaign around the state.<br/>(John Tully/Monitor Staff)

    Neil Sroka, communications director, right, records a conversation as Ann Kuster visits with patrons at Tea Birds Cafe in Berlin around lunchtime on Monday, October 18, 2010. The cafe was the 24th establishment she has visited during her "30 Days, 30 Diners" campaign around the state.
    (John Tully/Monitor Staff)

  • FILE - Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., questions former Nebraska Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel, President Obama's choice to lead the Pentagon, during his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, in this Jan. 31, 2013 file photo. A woman whose mother was killed in last year's school shooting in Newtown, Conn., confronted Sen. Kelly Ayotte Tuesday April 30, 2013 during the senator's first public appearance in New Hampshire since voting against gun control legislation.  (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

    FILE - Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., questions former Nebraska Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel, President Obama's choice to lead the Pentagon, during his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, in this Jan. 31, 2013 file photo. A woman whose mother was killed in last year's school shooting in Newtown, Conn., confronted Sen. Kelly Ayotte Tuesday April 30, 2013 during the senator's first public appearance in New Hampshire since voting against gun control legislation. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

  • Erica Lafferty, daughter of murdered Sandy Hook Elementary School principal Dawn Hochsprung, walks out of the Winnisquam Regional High School cafetorium during a town hall with U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Erica Lafferty, daughter of murdered Sandy Hook Elementary School principal Dawn Hochsprung, walks out of the Winnisquam Regional High School cafetorium during a town hall with U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte on Tuesday, April 30, 2013.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Concord acting police chief John Duval speaks at a press conference on Tuesday, September 20, 2011.  Duval was named Chief on Wednesday, December 14, 2011.<br/><br/>(Andrea Morales/ Monitor Staff)

    Concord acting police chief John Duval speaks at a press conference on Tuesday, September 20, 2011. Duval was named Chief on Wednesday, December 14, 2011.

    (Andrea Morales/ Monitor Staff)

  • Judge Steven McAuliffe, far right, walks near the front of the Chirsta McAuliffe School during the Concord elementary schools grand opening on Sunday, August 26, 2012. McAuliffe was there to deliver remarks during the ceremony for the school named after his late wife. <br/><br/>(Andrea Morales/Monitor Staff)

    Judge Steven McAuliffe, far right, walks near the front of the Chirsta McAuliffe School during the Concord elementary schools grand opening on Sunday, August 26, 2012. McAuliffe was there to deliver remarks during the ceremony for the school named after his late wife.

    (Andrea Morales/Monitor Staff)

  • Dick Patten<br/>Age: 58<br/>Resident: Concord<br/>Occupation: Retired on disability from police emergency dispatcher<br/>Reason to Seek Office: "I love community service and public service. I think my history has said that."<br/>(John Tully/ Monitor Staff)

    Dick Patten
    Age: 58
    Resident: Concord
    Occupation: Retired on disability from police emergency dispatcher
    Reason to Seek Office: "I love community service and public service. I think my history has said that."
    (John Tully/ Monitor Staff)

  • SAU 18 superintendent Maureen Ward's adjusts her glasses while working with Tracy Bricchi, a curriculum coordinator, left, on compiling a list of things to address during the transition after her departure on her last day at the office, Tuesday, November 26, 2013. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    SAU 18 superintendent Maureen Ward's adjusts her glasses while working with Tracy Bricchi, a curriculum coordinator, left, on compiling a list of things to address during the transition after her departure on her last day at the office, Tuesday, November 26, 2013.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • *FILE* This is a March 11, 1988 file photo of former U.S. Sen. Gordon Humphrey, R-N.H. Humphrey, an airline pilot before his two Senate terms, escaped injury after his small plane's  wheel collapsed without warning after landing at the airport in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on Monday April 14, 2008.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    *FILE* This is a March 11, 1988 file photo of former U.S. Sen. Gordon Humphrey, R-N.H. Humphrey, an airline pilot before his two Senate terms, escaped injury after his small plane's wheel collapsed without warning after landing at the airport in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on Monday April 14, 2008.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)

  •  The Concord Police Department submitted a federal grant application for a BearCat armored law enforcement vehicle, like this one being used in Nashville, Tenn.

    The Concord Police Department submitted a federal grant application for a BearCat armored law enforcement vehicle, like this one being used in Nashville, Tenn.

  • Concord City Engineer Ed Roberge, center, stands near a recently repaired spot while giving a tour of the Sewalls Falls bridge to U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, second from left, and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, fourth from left, on Friday, September 13, 2013. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Concord City Engineer Ed Roberge, center, stands near a recently repaired spot while giving a tour of the Sewalls Falls bridge to U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, second from left, and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, fourth from left, on Friday, September 13, 2013.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Concord City Engineer Ed Roberge, center, stands near a recently repaired spot while giving a tour of the Sewalls Falls bridge to U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, second from left, and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, fourth from left, on Friday, September 13, 2013. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Concord City Engineer Ed Roberge, center, stands near a recently repaired spot while giving a tour of the Sewalls Falls bridge to U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, second from left, and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, fourth from left, on Friday, September 13, 2013.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown, a Republican from Massachusetts, speaks during the Lincoln-Reagan Luncheon at the Hanover Inn in Hanover, N.H. on Saturday, April 20, 2013. Brown lost his seat in November to Democrat Elizabeth Warren, and has hinted that he might consider a Senate run in New Hampshire. He has family in the state and owns a house in Rye.<br/>Valley News - Libby March

    Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown, a Republican from Massachusetts, speaks during the Lincoln-Reagan Luncheon at the Hanover Inn in Hanover, N.H. on Saturday, April 20, 2013. Brown lost his seat in November to Democrat Elizabeth Warren, and has hinted that he might consider a Senate run in New Hampshire. He has family in the state and owns a house in Rye.
    Valley News - Libby March

  • New Hampshire's Maggie Hassan takes the oath of office for governor from State Supreme court Chief Justice Linda Dalianis, Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    New Hampshire's Maggie Hassan takes the oath of office for governor from State Supreme court Chief Justice Linda Dalianis, Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

  • Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman gives a thumbs-up to the crowd as he is honored as the official flag-bearer prior to Game 2 of a first-round NHL hockey playoff series between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs in Boston, Saturday, May 4, 2013. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

    Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman gives a thumbs-up to the crowd as he is honored as the official flag-bearer prior to Game 2 of a first-round NHL hockey playoff series between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs in Boston, Saturday, May 4, 2013. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

  • Beatrice Munyenyezi, right,   leaves Federal Court Thursday April 12, 2012 in Concord, N.H. after a judge is released her as she awaits a second trial on whether she lied about her role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide to obtain U.S. citizenship. A federal jury deadlocked in March 2012 on whether  Munyenyezi commandeered a roadblock during the genocide and designated Tutsis for rape and murder. She's been incarcerated since June 2010. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    Beatrice Munyenyezi, right, leaves Federal Court Thursday April 12, 2012 in Concord, N.H. after a judge is released her as she awaits a second trial on whether she lied about her role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide to obtain U.S. citizenship. A federal jury deadlocked in March 2012 on whether Munyenyezi commandeered a roadblock during the genocide and designated Tutsis for rape and murder. She's been incarcerated since June 2010. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

  • Sen. Warren Rudman, R-N.H., ranking member of the committee the Senate will form next month to investigate the Iran-Contra connection, speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill with other Republican members of the panel in Washington on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 1986. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

    Sen. Warren Rudman, R-N.H., ranking member of the committee the Senate will form next month to investigate the Iran-Contra connection, speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill with other Republican members of the panel in Washington on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 1986. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

  • Staff photo by BOB HAMMERSTROM<br><br/>Rep. William O'Brien talks is shown Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at the Statehouse in Concord. O’Brien, R-Mont Vernon, plans to form a Congressional campaign committee to explore a possible run against U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster.
  • President Obama addresses the crowd at his first campaign stop after the Demcratic National Convention, at the Strawberry Banke Museum. Portsmouth, NH; September 7, 2012. <br/><br/>(Samantha Goresh/Monitor Staff)
  • Former senator Bob Smith sits for a portrait at Newt Gingrich's campaign headquarters in Manchester on Friday, December 9, 2011. Smith is back in New Hampshire to campaign for Newt Gingrich. He's been back for almost two weeks.<br/><br/>(Andrea Morales/ Monitor photo)
  • Neil Sroka, communications director, right, records a conversation as Ann Kuster visits with patrons at Tea Birds Cafe in Berlin around lunchtime on Monday, October 18, 2010. The cafe was the 24th establishment she has visited during her "30 Days, 30 Diners" campaign around the state.<br/>(John Tully/Monitor Staff)
  • FILE - Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., questions former Nebraska Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel, President Obama's choice to lead the Pentagon, during his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, in this Jan. 31, 2013 file photo. A woman whose mother was killed in last year's school shooting in Newtown, Conn., confronted Sen. Kelly Ayotte Tuesday April 30, 2013 during the senator's first public appearance in New Hampshire since voting against gun control legislation.  (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
  • Erica Lafferty, daughter of murdered Sandy Hook Elementary School principal Dawn Hochsprung, walks out of the Winnisquam Regional High School cafetorium during a town hall with U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Concord acting police chief John Duval speaks at a press conference on Tuesday, September 20, 2011.  Duval was named Chief on Wednesday, December 14, 2011.<br/><br/>(Andrea Morales/ Monitor Staff)
  • Judge Steven McAuliffe, far right, walks near the front of the Chirsta McAuliffe School during the Concord elementary schools grand opening on Sunday, August 26, 2012. McAuliffe was there to deliver remarks during the ceremony for the school named after his late wife. <br/><br/>(Andrea Morales/Monitor Staff)
  • Dick Patten<br/>Age: 58<br/>Resident: Concord<br/>Occupation: Retired on disability from police emergency dispatcher<br/>Reason to Seek Office: "I love community service and public service. I think my history has said that."<br/>(John Tully/ Monitor Staff)
  • SAU 18 superintendent Maureen Ward's adjusts her glasses while working with Tracy Bricchi, a curriculum coordinator, left, on compiling a list of things to address during the transition after her departure on her last day at the office, Tuesday, November 26, 2013. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • *FILE* This is a March 11, 1988 file photo of former U.S. Sen. Gordon Humphrey, R-N.H. Humphrey, an airline pilot before his two Senate terms, escaped injury after his small plane's  wheel collapsed without warning after landing at the airport in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on Monday April 14, 2008.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)
  •  The Concord Police Department submitted a federal grant application for a BearCat armored law enforcement vehicle, like this one being used in Nashville, Tenn.
  • Concord City Engineer Ed Roberge, center, stands near a recently repaired spot while giving a tour of the Sewalls Falls bridge to U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, second from left, and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, fourth from left, on Friday, September 13, 2013. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Concord City Engineer Ed Roberge, center, stands near a recently repaired spot while giving a tour of the Sewalls Falls bridge to U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, second from left, and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, fourth from left, on Friday, September 13, 2013. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown, a Republican from Massachusetts, speaks during the Lincoln-Reagan Luncheon at the Hanover Inn in Hanover, N.H. on Saturday, April 20, 2013. Brown lost his seat in November to Democrat Elizabeth Warren, and has hinted that he might consider a Senate run in New Hampshire. He has family in the state and owns a house in Rye.<br/>Valley News - Libby March
  • New Hampshire's Maggie Hassan takes the oath of office for governor from State Supreme court Chief Justice Linda Dalianis, Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
  • Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman gives a thumbs-up to the crowd as he is honored as the official flag-bearer prior to Game 2 of a first-round NHL hockey playoff series between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs in Boston, Saturday, May 4, 2013. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
  • Beatrice Munyenyezi, right,   leaves Federal Court Thursday April 12, 2012 in Concord, N.H. after a judge is released her as she awaits a second trial on whether she lied about her role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide to obtain U.S. citizenship. A federal jury deadlocked in March 2012 on whether  Munyenyezi commandeered a roadblock during the genocide and designated Tutsis for rape and murder. She's been incarcerated since June 2010. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
  • Sen. Warren Rudman, R-N.H., ranking member of the committee the Senate will form next month to investigate the Iran-Contra connection, speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill with other Republican members of the panel in Washington on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 1986. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)
Executive councilor Ray Burton attended the dedication of  Langdon Woods, a new student residence at Plymouth State University. (Friday, Oct.13, 2006)<br/><br/>(Concord Monitor photo/Ken Williams)<br/>

Executive councilor Ray Burton attended the dedication of Langdon Woods, a new student residence at Plymouth State University. (Friday, Oct.13, 2006)

(Concord Monitor photo/Ken Williams)

Some of the biggest moments of 2013 can be summed up in a single pithy quote. Here are some of the most notable:

“What is Obamacare? It is a law as destructive to personal and individual liberty as the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, that allowed slave owners to come to New Hampshire and seize African-Americans and use the federal courts to take them back to . . . slave states.” – Former House speaker Bill O’Brien

“You had a state representative somewhere say that it’s ‘as destructive to personal and individual liberty as the Fugitive Slave Act.’ Think about that: Affordable health care is worse than a law that lets slave owners get their runaway slaves back. I mean, these are quotes. I’m not making this stuff up.” – President Obama on Bill O’Brien

“I just feel that different leadership is needed from a political perspective, and I’ve got a lot of gas in the tank.” – Former U.S. senator Bob Smith, announcing plans to run again for his old seat.

“I thought (to) myself, ‘This guy’s kind of weird. He kind of stared at me, and I stared at him, and then I was just like, he sketched me out, I was like, ‘He just doesn’t look like he’s in place.’ ” – Boston Marathon victim Jeff Bauman, describing his encounter with bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

“Well, I’m certainly not here to talk about it. We’re here to talk about the Middle East.” – U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, deflecting a question about the Benghazi terrorist attack, captured in a video that went viral.

“My main focus has been on voting to improve our current background system. We have fallen down on prosecuting criminals and violators of our system of background checks.” – U.S. Sen Kelly Ayotte, explaining her vote against legislation to expand background checks for gun purchases.

“You had mentioned that the burden to owners of gun stores that these expanded background checks would cause. “I’m just wondering why the burden of my mother being gunned down in the hall of her elementary school isn’t as important as that?” – Erica Lafferty, to Sen. Kelly Ayotte. Lafferty’s mother was among those killed in the Newtown, Conn., shootings.

“We are fortunate that our state has not been victimized from a mass casualty event from an international terrorism strike; however on the domestic front, the threat is real and here. Groups such as the Sovereign Citizens, Free Staters and Occupy New Hampshire are active and present daily challenges.” – The city of Concord’s application for a federal grant to purchase a BearCat armored vehicle

“It was an ill-conceived strategy from the beginning, not a winning strategy.” – Sen. Kelly Ayotte on the Republicans’ plan to shut down the government in order to force a repeal of Obamacare

“She directed their murder. She facilitated murder. She aided and abetted. She lied repeatedly about her involved conduct. She lied about her . . . atrocities and she did so to obtain refuge in this country and citizenship in this country that she knew she was not qualified for.” – Judge Steven McAuliffe, sentencing Beatrice Munyenyezi to 10 years in prison for lying about her role in the Rwandan genocide.

“It was unreasonable from our perspective. We’re always open to negotiations (but) they never came back to the table.” – Concord Hospital CEO Michael Green, explaining why the hospital declined to join Anthem’s network of providers available to patients who buy health insurance on the new Obamacare marketplace

“We’ve got a public safety issue; we’ve got a major inconvenience issue.” – U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, after checking out the crumbling Sewalls Falls Bridge

“It is the end of era. For nearly four decades, Ray Burton (reigned) over the North Country like a combination benevolent king and parochial ward politician.” – State Sen. Jeff Woodburn

“I don’t think Scott Brown is just fooling around.” – Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran, chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, about Brown’s possible Senate run in New Hampshire

“People who I thought were my friends backstabbed me and stuff, so I don’t really want to talk to anybody.” – City Councilor Dick Patten on Election Day, before losing his re-election bid to Gail Matson.

“Whenever you turn something around, there’s somebody that’s unhappy.” – Outgoing Franklin school superintendent Maureen Ward

“Wouldn’t it be great if here, in this room, in these hearts, we rededicated ourselves to Warren’s quest to save this republic from financial shipwreck, and if this rededication were to go out from this room to this city, to this state and all across this land?” – Former U.S. senator Gordon Humphrey, eulogizing former U.S. senator Warren Rudman

“There’s no rite of passage anymore. Nothing to say, ‘I’ve done the things to become a man.’ That’s what the group is trying to establish for them.” – Jerod Trebian, a suspected founder of New Hampshire’s BOWW prison gang, explaining the appeal.

“No family living in this city, or anywhere in America, should live in fear that someone will write a hateful message on the walls of their home while they sleep.” – Concord police Chief John Duval, announcing the arrest of a suspect in a case of racist graffiti scrawled on the home of African refugees

“Let us promise ourselves today that we will meet our challenges by focusing on common-sense solutions born of collaboration, that we will together end the era of hasty, reactive government.” – Gov. Maggie Hassan, upon taking office in January

“I figured I’d always be in and out of hospitals every month, because that’s the way it always was.” – Mandy Dube, plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the quality of the state’s mental health system. The state settled the suit in late December.

“It would be highly unusual for anyone who is considering running for president in this cycle or the next three or four cycles for me not to know it.” – New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley

“I hope to be remembered as somebody who treated people fairly, was transparent, gave everyone a chance to have their say and take their vote and then move on to the next issue without fear of retribution for voting differently than I do.” – State Sen. Peter Bragdon, after stepping down from the presidency under pressure after taking the top job at the embattled Local Government Center.

“It’s not over.” – Senate President Chuck Morse, after a plan to expand Medicaid failed.

“This is a tremendous bill, a real bargain and one that represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Unfortunately, this is a tremendous bill not for the people of New Hampshire but for one out-of-state gambling interest.” – State Rep. Steve Vaillancourt, on a plan to legalize a single casino.

Legacy Comments8

Look at the quotes that are in the article. Then look at the quotes that the posters added. Their quotes are just as real, and just as eligible in my opinion for inclusion in a piece titled "2013: a year in quotes." Hmmmmmm . . . I wonder why they didn't make it in the article?

“Forget global warming!? Earth undergoing global COOLING since 2002! Climate Scientist Dr. Judith Curry: ‘Attention in the public debate seems to be moving away from the 15-17 year ‘pause’ to the cooling since 2002’”

“Wouldn’t it be great if here, in this room, in these hearts, we rededicated ourselves to Warren’s quest to save this republic from financial shipwreck,"... money..meet mouth..explain how this latest budget deal does that,.. and ask the NH reps that voted for it why they again kicked the can down the road????

Peter Sullivan....."After careful consideratin, I want to apologize to Kim Kardashian for comparing her to a right-wing extremist like Marilinda Garcia"

Ann Kuster.."I'm a real person"...explaining why a millionaire cant pay her taxes.

“What is Obamacare? It is a law as destructive to personal and individual liberty as the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850"....curious...did the POTUS in 1850 lie about the Slave act as much as Obama lied about Obamacare???

“No family living in this city, or anywhere in America, should live in fear that someone will write a hateful message on the walls of their home while they sleep.” – Concord police Chief John Duval....Let me fix that for you..."“No family living in this city, or anywhere in America, should live in fear that someone will write a hateful message on the walls of their home while they sleep, or in a federal grant.” – Concord police Chief John Duval

"If you like your health care plan you can keep your health care plan - P E R I O D !

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