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July 07, 2011

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MurryMom

I hope nobody in Grassley's office never viewed a porn image on his/her computer. Congressional investigation, loss of job, and who knows what else is in store for that unfortunate soul!

Of course, Grassley would never support an investigation into his fellow Sen from LA who prefers the in-person stuff to computer porn.

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