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    Default Re: A vote for McCain is a vote against wrestling

    In order to stop weeds from growing, you have to pull them out at the roots. Pulling off leaves from the top is not very effective.

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    Default Re: A vote for McCain is a vote against wrestling

    Folks figure this one out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contini View Post
    In order to stop weeds from growing, you have to pull them out at the roots. Pulling off leaves from the top is not very effective.
    ummmmmmm. . .O.K.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    Nice side . Why doesn't he give ASU some money to keep wrestling? His beer-barbie has some stashed away. This is his state!
    Probably for the same reason Obama doesn't give Eastern Illinois money to keep wrestling and Clinton doesn't give Syracuse money to resurect their program.
    There's no such thing as a pretty good aligator wrestler.

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    Default Re: A vote for McCain is a vote against wrestling

    Quote Originally Posted by contini View Post
    Big, you lost this one.
    Has he ever won one????

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    Default Re: A vote for McCain is a vote against wrestling

    Those that believe that the ramifications of Title IX are merely an improper interpretation need to keep in mind that the authors and supporters of that bill oppose ANY modification and refuse to do more than pay lip service to men's sports being dropped left and right.

    All of us support women's wrestling, some of us even financially. That is not the question here. The question is what kind of political pressure can be brought upon legislators to amend this bill. Evidently, not diddly-squat.

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