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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Dan Parrott
The Mega Millions winners — at least three of them — stayed out of sight. The losers, who could number 100 million, had plenty to say Saturday about losing out on the world's largest-ever lottery jackpot and their dashed dreams of colossal wealth.
"I'd love to have all that money, but with all of that money comes responsibility," he said outside the store. "But it'd still be awesome."