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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Ryan Mckenna
"It probably wasn't germane to the bill," he admitted, as Esquire reported, adding that "it was all in jest, anyway."
"Any person living in this state aged eight and under may wear seersucker suits at their leisure," state Sen. Ryan McKenna, a Democrat, wrote of his amendment, as cited in an Esquire article. "Any person over the age of eight living in this state many not wear seersucker suits because adults look ridiculous in seersucker suits."