THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL COMMENT: In our issue of Jan. 6, 2010,
these words appeared: "As of today, there are just 300 days till Nov. 2,
2010. Mark that date on your calendar. It is 'Take back America' day for
American Christians. Let's not give up on America!" In every issue since
that date, we have counted down the days till Nov. 2. This will be the
last "count down" issue. There are now 6 days -- less than one week --
till Election Day, Nov. 2. It is, indeed, "Take back America" day. It is
the day when we prove that, as Christians, "We can make a difference."
We have regularly urged a two-fold plan: Pray and Vote. Nov. 2 is the
day to vote, but there are still 6 days to pray about the candidate for
whom you will be voting. From the nation's earliest years, American
politics have followed a two-party system. In 1828, Andrew Jackson
became the first Democrat president. In 1860, Abraham Lincoln became
the first Republican president. The differences between the two parties
have varied through the years, but in recent days have been essentially
between Conservative and Liberal political ideals. Setting aside the
usual names of "Republican" and "Democrat," focus on what the nation
truly needs. The clear majority of Conservative nominees have proved
themselves to be firmly in line with the expressed viewpoints of the
American people, and are capable of giving us the most Conservative
Congress since 1994. Plan to vote for Conservative candidates, with
strong pro-family, pro-life, pro-moral values, pro-America loyalties,
and from a religious standpoint, with Biblical views adhering to the
historic Judeo-Christian principles upon which this nation was founded.

In 1788, James Madison foresaw the problem we could be facing more
than two centuries later, and the wisdom of one of our Founding Fathers
is of real value to us today: "What is to be the consequence, in case the
Congress shall misconstrue...the Constitution, and exercise powers
not warranted by its true meaning. I answer the same as if they should
misconstrue or enlarge any other power vested in them...a remedy must
be obtained from the people, who can by the elections of more faithful
representatives, annul the acts of the usurpers." That statement clearly
expresses the problem we are facing today, and offers the solution.

Because of the tremendous importance of next week's election, this issue
of ANC will be focused more sharply on the election itself, and the great
responsibility that we, as Christians, have in our voting decisions.
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And as he spends so much time on the road, as the featured entertainer at
fund raising functions at tremendous expense -- much of which is paid by
taxpayer dollars -- logical questions arise: "Is this what he is paid to do
as president?" and "Who's minding the store?" With two wars taking the
lives of American soldiers every day . . . with unemployment locked in
around 10% . . . with our national debt already at unimagineable heights
. . . with the Muslims' recently expressed threat of seeing the flag of Islam
waving over the White House, shouldn't he be giving first thought to our
national obligations rather than to partisan political conflicts?

But it isn't just Obama, by himself, who is making the all-out, desperate
drive to protect his liberal, left-wing power base in the Congress -- the
Democrat assault team includes Vice President Joe Biden, former
President Bill Clinton, and even, occasionally, Michelle Obama, who
is now proud to be an American. Those are basically political heavy
weights that the Republicans can't match.

One might even be inclined to feel pity for Obama -- a picture circulated
on the Internet during one of last weekend's shrill-voiced desperation
speeches carried the term "demonic," not an overly inaccurate description.
It was during the speech in Nevada in Senator Reid's behalf, and where
he spoke of Republicans in these words, "why should we buy their snake
oil now?" Not exactly "presidential" in tone, but when has he displayed
much of that? The current polls show that his approval ratings have been
continuing to tumble in a consistent down-hill trend, quarter by quarter for
his first 18 months in office, from 63% to 44.7%. More recently, polls have
been asking about his re-election prospects in 2012, and a new Gallup poll
conducted Oct. 14-17 disclosed that only 39% of Americans believe he
deserves to be re-elected, with 54% saying he does not. Only the most
liberal, and most desperate Democrat candidates seem eager to have Mr.
Obama appearing in their behalf -- Senators Murray (WA), Boxer (CA),
and Reid (NV) are among those few.

Yes -- one might be inclined to feel some measure of pity for Obama, but
when one reflects on what he has done to America in less than two years,
pity gives way to anger. And anger is what pollsters and obervers say is
driving the upcoming election.

Summarizing the prevailing situation in the last few days prior to Election
Day next week, Ship MacLure, writing in Conservative Outpost said: "The
Democrat mid-term election campaign has been disastrous. They could
not campaign on their achievements, which included what is possibly the
most unpopular bill in recent decades, or their track record on
employment and the economy. Some attempted to use the ‘fear factor,'
warning voters of the result of going back to the days of the Republican-
controlled Congress. Can anyone truly say that things were not better
before 2006 than they are today?"

And just yesterday, Rich Lowry, writing in the New York Post, brought
this to our attention: "Just when we'd been told that the Chamber of
Commerce had bought the election, along comes the American
Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees to pour nearly
$90 million into the campaign. According to the Wall Street Journal,
this makes the public-sector union the biggest spender of all the
outside groups." And Lowry adds that just three groups of unions are
collectively devoting "an estimated 170 milliom to an election
Democrats insist that they are losing because of the nefarious
influence of outside money."

But like the more cautious predicters said in mid-Summer, it's a long time
till November. That time has been shortened to less than a week, but the
election isn't over until all the votes are counted. And that brings us to the
question we often seem to face: "What can we, as Christians, do now?"

We go back to our long-time, two-fold plan: Pray and Vote. We can
probably assume that through your prayers to date you have decided on
the candidates for whom you will vote. Now focus your prayers on your
fellow Christians across America that they will decide to vote for the
right candidates. And then, of course, be sure to vote. Sitting-out this
election is not an option this year. It is entirely too important.

Some research facts to keep in mind as you vote . . .

The Fourth Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, John Marshall, wrote
in 1833: "The American population is entirely Christian, and with us
Christianity and Religion are identified. It would be strange indeed, if
with such a people, our institutions did not presuppose Christianity
and did not often refer to it and exhibit relations with it." Some 60
years later, in 1892, in the case of Holy Trinity Church vs. United States,
after reviewing the history, the Supreme Court declared the United States
to be a "Christian nation." Justice David Josiah Brewer wrote the
decision, including the words, "These, and many other matters which
might be noticed, add a volume of unofficial declarations to the mass
of organic utterances that this is a Christian nation."

Reflecting these court decisions, a recent survey from Purdue University
discloses that between 1996 and 2004, Americans who saw Christian
identity as a "very important" attribute of being American, increased
from 38% to 49%. And in a separate survey, Public Religion Research
Institute found that 42% believe that "America has always been and is
currently a Christian nation."

These facts of past and current history are sharply at odds with the
personal viewpoint of President Obama, who has declared on several
occasions that "America is no longer a Christian nation." Earlier this
year he refused to give any White House recognition of the National
Day of Prayer, but sponsored a gala White House dinner affair honoring
the beginning of the Islam holy month of Ramadan. Even more recently,
not once but three times in just the past month (Sep. 15, 22 and Oct. 18),
he omitted any mention of the Creator as the giver of our inalienable rights
of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, as stated in the Declaration of
Independence. Once might be a simple error; twice might be a coincidence
-- but three times takes on the characterization of "intentional." Small
wonder that a Pew Research Center survey this Fall found that 18% of
Americans think he is a Muslim, while 34% think he is a Christian, down
from 47% just a year ago.

This is where this trend begins to get serious! The Pilgrims and the
earliest settlers of this new nation affirmed solid Christian beliefs. The
men who created the Declaration of Independence were Christian men.
The drafters of the Constitution were Christian men. Until the mid-
twentieth century America held to the Judeo-Christian principles upon
which the nation was founded. Then in 1947 the theory of "separation of
church and state" became a legal principle . . . in 1963 Madalyn Murray
O'Hair, the nation's leading atheist, won her court case to ban Bible
reading in schools . . . in 1973 the Supreme Court in Roe v. W ade
legalized abortion, with already some 50 million babies killed . . . and
in 2004 with a majority of one vote, a Massachusetts court legalized
homosexual marriage . . . and that minority voice is not silenced -- the
trend to destroy marriage and family continues.

Mr. Obama has promised to revoke DOMA, the federal law establishing
the traditional, God ordained union of a man and a woman as marriage. He
has promised to open the military to homosexuals. He is encouraging
abortion through federal funding in his health care reform law. He is backing
the so-called "hate" laws which will limit freedom of religious speech.
Those are not the limits of moral value issues, but they are examples of what
votes for Liberal Democrat law makers will bring about.

The issues on this Election Day -- Nov. 2 -- go far beyond partisan
political bounds -- they focus on and closely involve the Christian way
of life which has always made America a "shining city on a hill" to the
rest of the world. It's that serious. Pray for God's blessing on this nation
as you vote.

Somewhat briefer this week; only a few "What Others Are Saying."

Mike Pence (R, IN): "Today, change is in the air. A whirlwind from
Washington has swept across America. Our homes, livelihoods and
liberty itself are threatened. After years of runaway federal spending,
borrowing, bailouts and takeovers, people are scared. Barack Obama,
Nancy Pelosi and their Democrat colleagues in Washington are leading
America down a dangerous path where the cherished ideals of our
forefathers cease to exist. As Americans, it is our duty to stop them."

Don Feder (Syndicated columnist): "When you step into the voting
booth on November 2, you will make the most important decision of your
life. You’ll literally be voting on your future – or, more precisely,
whether or not you and your country will have one."

Archbishop Raymond Burke (Head of Vatican Canonical Court; just
appointed a Cardinal): "Catholic politicians who publicly support
abortion or homosexual marriage and then seek to turn away from such
'gravely sinful acts' must perform 'public acts of repentance.'”

Frank Donatelli (Chairman, GOPAC): "The winds of change are
blowing strongly upon us. What began as a storm in 2008 has become
a tornado in 2010. The American people thought they were voting
for change when they elected Barack Obama to the White House and
Democrat majorities in Congress. Instead they got one of the most
arrogant and bitterly partisan administrations that have ever ruled in
Washington, DC."

And a couple of great "One Liners" . . .

"When Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner admitted he has 'never had
a real job' he was not only talking for his own adult life, but also for
President Obama's Cabinet." (Rowan Scarborough in

"Governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from
the consent of the governed." (U.S. Declaration of Independence, 1776)

And here are a few -- very few -- random "Afterthoughts" . . .

We are used to reading horror stories of mass murders in countries
around the world. But in recent weeks we have been shocked to read of
murders -- even beheadings -- of people, including children, just across
our border in Mexico, as drug lords and gangs appear to be free to carry
on their slayings, unimpeded by the government, the military or the police.
And this is the nation which the Obama administration is permitting to file
legal action against the State of Arizona because the U.S. Attorney General
doesn't like an Arizona law to limit illegal immigration?

Very rarely do we read as honest a confession as this: From Hill Buzz,
a D.C. based political commentary site: "All of us here at Hill Buzz were
Democrats until 2008 -- the exact date of leaving the party was on
Christmas Eve, 2009, the day all Democrats voted for Obamacare
without reading it, which was the last straw for us, but we emotionally
left on May 31st, 2008 when the Rules and Bylaws Committee met in
Washington, DC and took delegates away from Hillary and gave them
to Obama -- and we have been actively working against the Democrat
Party since it veered so far to the Left and essentially went to war
against Americans." Words like those, from young intellectuals, are
encouraging to us "Old Timers."

We have not spent much time on the dangers in the growth of Islam,
but Author Gary DeMar in reflecting on the comparisons with Hitler's
use of Nazi-ism cited William Shirer's comments: "We know now what
Hitler envisioned for the German Christians: the utter suppression of
their religion." With Christianity out of the way, all that Hitler wanted
was possible. DeMar writes that Islam follows a similar pattern:
"Everything non-Muslim must embrace all things Muslim or be
destroyed. The history of Islam is the history of perpetual warfare and
bloodshed in the name of an uncompromising ideology, an ideology
that is religious. Islam is known by the practice of jihad ... a militaristic
struggle against infidelity." And Iranian-born, pro-democracy activist,
Amil Imani, adds: "Islamism -- the radical, political form of Islam -- is
seen in its 'mild' form as something harmless. Not true. Islamism's aims
are ultimate control over societies and people alike."

It always makes sense to recall the words of our Founding Fathers.

"In the midst of these pleasing ideas we should be unfaithful to ourselves
if we should ever lose sight of the danger to our liberties if anything
partial or extraneous should infect the purity of our free, fair, virtuous,
and independent elections." -- John Adams, 1797

"I never believed there was one code of morality for a public and
another for a private man." -- Thomas Jefferson, 1809

"Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is
the duty, as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation to
select and prefer Christians for their rulers." --John Jay, 1816

And our last opportunity before the election: God Bless America!





THIS WEEK'S EDITORIAL COMMENT: Thirteen days from today --
that's less than two weeks -- the polls will be open and all eligible,
registered Americans should be voting in what Conservatives and Liberals
alike agree is the most important election in our nation's 221 year history.
An article by George Will carried the title: "An Election of Historic
Significance." And aside from the purely partisan political aspects, from
a religious standpoint with all the moral value implications, this election
is indeed most important for American Christians. We have long urged
our thousands of readers to focus on a two step approach: Pray and Vote,
and in doing so, prove the truth of the slogan: We Can Make a Difference.
The only alternative is to shrug our shoulders, do nothing, allow the status
quo to continue, and admit that we agree with Mr. Obama that this is no
longer a Christian nation . . . let the Liberals win, let the abortionists
continue to kill millions of babies, and let the homosexuals destroy the
traditional God-established concepts of marriage and family. The America
we have always known is at the point of decision . . . this may be our only
chance to save it. Don't fail America on Nov. 2.
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"Hypocrisy" is another way to define the "Crisis of Confidence" about
which we have so frequently spoken -- or stated more effectively: "We
can't believe our government's leaders." In previous issues we have
recalled some of Mr. Obama's statements which have proved to be false.
There is now yet another one this week in an article in the New York
Times Magazine, where Times reporter Peter Barker quotes President
Obama saying he had learned some "tactical lessons," among which
was realizing too late that "there's no such thing as shovel-ready
projects" when it comes to public works. We can all remember when
the Obama "stimulus" package was passed in 2009, the administration's
supporting propaganda featured "shovel-ready projects," which could
start within 90 days, and which, Mr. Obama assured us again and again,
would be the key to the nation's economic recovery. Of course, we are
now painfully aware that the stimulus plan with its unprecedented cost
is not the success we had been promised it would be -- but is one more
factor in the "Crisis of Confidence" we are facing.

But President Obama does not stand alone in demonstrating hypocrisy
in government. He is aided and abetted by the very outspoken Speaker
of the House, Nancy Pelosi, who recently earned an approval rating of
15% in a poll by CBSNews. Jeff Dunetz, who is editor and publisher of
the Conservative Blog, "The Lid," points out that in 2003, Ms. Pelosi led
an attack on the Bush administration, saying, "The unemployment rate is
the highest in nine years and middle class families are finding it hard
to succeed." (The unemployment rate in 2003 was 5.9%.) What Speaker
Pelosi misses is that under the Obama administration the unemployment
rate hit a 26 year high of 10.2% in 2009, and has currently settled into a
9.6% rate, although included in the multi-billion dollar "stimulus" plan
which she so strongly supported was the Obama administration's promise
that the unemployment rate would not rise above 8%. And along with the
soaring unemployment rate, the number of people utilizing the food stamp
program has set new records for 20 months. It is hypocrisy of the highest
order to ignore such clearly evident facts, and is part of the prevailing
"Crisis of Confidence." But Ms. Pelosi did make one statement in her
attacks which is true and applicable today: "We need policies that create
jobs. It is simple ... the choice for the American people is clear." That
choice has never been more clear than it is today, and will be on Nov. 2.

With their disdain of hypocrisy, American voters sense another need:
a return to an emphasis on moral values. This fact was expressed in a new
survey conducted by the Pew Research Center which reported that 61% of
Americans feel it is important for government leaders, including members
of Congress, to have strong religious beliefs. Mr. Obama does not ignore
such trends, and recently declared, "I am a Christian ... I am a devout
Christian." And as the internet column, "Hill Buzz" reported on the
Obama family's visit to a local church, "Apparently, the Obamas figured
out today that there are churches near the White House. Right there in
Washington, DC. Walking distance. Can you imagine it? The last time
any of these supposed Christians were spotted in a church, to our
knowledge, was Ted Kennedy's funeral last fall."

And now Michelle Obama, who is out campaigning for several troubled
incumbent Democrats, has suddenly become very religious in her
approach. In Chicago last week she appeared on the Tom Joyner radio
show and said, "Everybody I know in our communities is praying for
us. Every day we feel that, and let me just tell your listeners, it means
the world to us to know that there are prayer circles out there and
people who want to keep the spirits clean around us.” What she meant
about "keeping the spirits clean around us" is not clear. It is certainly not
part of any Christian doctrine, and indicates at best that her grasp of
Christian truth is very shallow, or at worst that she may hold to some
form of animism or voodoo. It is, to most observers, definitely unclear.

Religion, embodying moral values, is important to Americans. The
polls continue to support the conviction that in spite of Barack Obama's
repeated assertion that this is not a Christian nation, there is a strong
movement to reclaim the standards which made America great. As a
nation, we are approximately 80% Christian, and are concerned about
issues like abortion . . . homosexuality . . . gay marriage . . . Islam in
America . . . kicking God out of our schools . . . the rejection of the
Judeo-Christian principles upon which our nation was founded. The
left-wing, Liberal, progressive, politically correct road down which
Mr. Obama and the Democrats are leading us, is not the route we want
to follow. On Nov. 2 we can bring about what the Obamites promised
in 2008 -- "change" -- but this will be a change from the disastrous
failures of the inept Obama administration, and a change toward moral,
ethical and economic values which we have lost but which we sorely
need. In these next two weeks till Nov. 2 -- Pray and then Vote. And
always remember: We can make a difference.

We still feel there is much to learn from "What Others Are Saying"

William Teach (Conservative columnist): "The Obama excitement
that pervaded college campuses two years ago has faded. An
Associated Press-mtvU poll found college students cooling in their
support for President Barack Obama ... Students wanted their hopey
changey free money and stuff. As time goes on, they are certainly
realizing that, under Obama, their chances of getting a decent paying
job out of college are diminishing, that their health costs are going to
go up, their taxes will go up, and, for the hardcore campus leftists,
Obama is too incompetent to push forth the social justice he promised
them. The cold dead mackerel of reality is smacking them in the face."

Michele Bachman (R, MN): "There is an unmistakable conservative
wave building across America, and it stretches from coast to coast.
This wave is poised to usher in a conservative majority ready to undo
the destructive policies of the Obama/Pelosi agenda. Even liberal
stalwarts like George Soros know they can't stop this wave. In fact,
last week, Soros, the liberal billionaire funder said, 'I don't believe in
standing in the way of an avalanche.'"

Mark Halperin (Senior Political Analyst, TIME): "Obama is being
politically crushed: From above, by elite opinion about his
competence. From below, by mass anger over unemployment. And
it's too late for him to do anything about it until after the midterms."

Scott Rasmussen (Rasmussen Reports): "With a Democratic
president and Democratic majorities running both the House and
Senate, it’s no surprise that Democrats like the idea of one party
running both Congress and the White House. Republicans and voters
not affiliated with either of the major political parties are less
thrilled by the idea."

Thomas Sowell (Economist and columnist): "The big question for the
election next month is whether the voters keep their eye on the ball
and judge candidates by what policies they advocate or whether they
can be thrown off the track by red herrings. We have already seen in
2008 what can happen when voters fail to pay attention to a
presidential candidate's track record, and let themselves be dazzled
by rhetoric, symbolism and media hype."

Jay Sekulow (American Center for Law and Justice): "There is
clearly a great awakening occurring in America, and it is on the cusp
of bringing about a great change in how our nation is governed.
Concerned citizens -- not political professionals -- are driving this
change. Citizens who want to see a return to our founding principles
that are embodied in our Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the
Declaration of Independence."

Washington Times (On Nobel Peace Prize): "The contrast between
the Nobel Committee's choice for its Peace Prize a year ago and today
couldn't be more stark. In 2009, the Norwegian group tapped President
Obama for its prestigious award. On Friday, they chose a genuine hero:
Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo. Mr. Obama was nominated within days
of taking office, and the committee ridiculously claimed it awarded him
the prize not for his accomplishments, but for the promise of what he
might achieve. Mr. Liu was selected 'for his long and nonviolent struggle
for fundamental human rights in China.' Such is the distinction between
style and substance."

And here are just a few applicable "One Liners" . . .

"The meaning of peace is the absence of opposition to Socialism."
-- Karl Marx, the father of Communism

"Patricians versus plebeians. Not much has changed since the Roman
Empire." -- Patrick Dorinson, in Politico

"For the next few months, you won't be able to find a positive Obama
poll between here and Kenya." -- The D.C. Daily Caller

"The rule seems to be that casting a decisive vote for Obamacare
tends to be a career-ender." -- Michael Barone, in

And now here are a few random "Afterthoughts" . . .

For the second year in a row, the nearly 54 million retirees and other
Americans who receive Social Security benefits will not get any cost-of-
living increase in their monthly checks during 2011. These two years are
the only such failures in increasing the payments in the 35 years since the
automatic adjustments began.

It's called "A typo to end all typos". . . Rich Whitney, a candidate for
Governor in Illinois, found his name misspelled as "Rich Whitey" on
the elecronic voting machines, and the problem can't be fixed before
Election Day. About half of the flawed machines are in precincts largely
populated by African-Americans.

Statistics prove Obama beats Bush . . . new numbers released this
week by the Treasury Department show that the national debt has
increased by $3 trillion during Mr. Obama's first two years in office.
By contrast, it increased by $4.9 trillion during Mr. Bush's two terms.
Projections are that by the end of Mr. Obama's four years in office it
will have increased by $5.9 trillion over what it was on his first day on
the job. He is clearly superior to Mr. Bush in debt creation.

And then there's the "other mosque" . . . with attention focused on the
controversial mosque at Ground Zero, little interest is shown on the other
mosque under construction in Shanksville, PA, at the site of the Flight 93
crash on 9/11. Plans call for it to be the world's largest open-air mosque.
One has to give those Muslims credit for their public relations skills.

Obama claims to be his "brother's keeper," as the principal aspect of
his Christian faith. That half brother of his in Kenya, Malik Obama, a
Muslim, already has two wives, but at 52 has now married a 19 year
old who quit high school to get married, something she tried to do two
years ago, but her mother wouldn't give permission. Her mother, Mary
Aoko Ouma, told the Associated Press last week that she is furious.

A new poll proves that Israel is still important to Americans. The
McLaughlin Associates poll conducted on Oct. 3-5 disclosed that 50.9%
of voters would vote for a strongly pro-Israel candidate, vs. 25.2%
who would not make that choice. On the question as to whether Obama
is less friendly toward Israel than other presidents, 51.6% agreed, while
35.4% disagreed. Concerning Obama's policy toward Iran, 58.6%
felt it would succeed, vs. 28% who disagreed. And as to whether the
voters whould choose to re-elect Obama, 35.7% voted yes, while 55.6%
said they would consider someone else. The poll respondees were
almost evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats.

Another item in the religious political trend. A new poll by the Public
Religion Research Institute discloses that Catholic voters, usually at the
middle ground in the religious political debate are now moving to the
political right. The poll shows that 49% of Catholic voters, both Latino
and white, say they are likely to vote Republican.

This may be part of the reason why the "stimulus" plan didn't work.
The Inspector General of the Social Security Administration has reported
that nearly $18 million in stimulus payments went to 72,000 dead people.
To date about half the money has been returned. Another $4.3 million was
paid to 17,000 people in prison. Those expenditures may have been as
useful and have accomplished as much as any of the stimulus dollars.

Our Founding Fathers' thoughts and opinions are always important.

"If there is a form of government, then, whose principle and foundation
is virtue, will not every sober man acknowledge it better calculated to
promote the general happiness than any other form?"
-- John Adams, 1776

"He therefore is the truest friend to the liberty of this country who tries
most to promote its virtue, and who, so far as his power and influence
extend, will not suffer a man to be chosen into any office of power and
trust who is not a wise and virtuous man....The sum of all is, if we would
most truly enjoy this gift of Heaven, let us become a virtuous people."
-- Samuel Adams, 1778

[as President] according to the safe and honest meaning contemplated
by the plain understanding of the people of the United States at the time
of its adoption — a meaning to be found in the explanations of those who
advocated it, not those who opposed it."
-- Thomas Jefferson, 1801

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