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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Nadia Comaneci
A day after the civil wedding that transformed one-time Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock into the Princess of Monaco, the South African and Prince Albert II prepared to say their vows in a star-studded religious ceremony Saturday.
With 6.6 million tickets up for sale and a giant clock ticking down the 500 days until the opening ceremony, two Olympic superstars came to London on Tuesday to help celebrate the countdown to the 2012 Summer Games.
are happening, you shouldn't be in any other place in the planet — you should be here," Comaneci said.