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Topic - Bob Lewis
Associated Press reporter Bob Lewis made the common mistake of using the words Democrats have chosen to define the issue of gun ownership ("Checks of gun show purchasers supported," Web, Thursday).
Just think if Dennis Miller had made that 8-foot birdie putt on the next-to-last hole of U.S. Open qualifying.
Just think if Dennis Miller had made that 8-foot birdie putt on the next-to-last hole of U.S. Open qualifying. He'd be in the field, but not nearly as famous as he wound up being.
Maryland Democrats might want to push Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett out of office, but he could be the state's only hope against a foe that has terrorized Republicans and Democrats alike - the brown marmorated stink bug.
After Mr. Allen said he did not think Mr. Kaine was accurate in saying that such a bill would prevent contraception, in a somewhat odd turn of events, Associated Press reporter Bob Lewis asked Mr. Allen how he thought birth control pills and intrauterine devices worked.
"Yeah, whatever," Mr. Lewis replied. "It doggone slipped my mind."