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June 10, 2010



He should lay low... I'll say, since he "laid low" all during his prison term. He shouldn't be released because he failed to cooperate with investigators and never squealed on anybody.

I think a more appropriate response would be for congress should give him the congressional medal of honor, for keeping his mouth shut. I have no doubt Mr. Abramoff will be collecting big checks for his "services of silence."

This thing was bigger than the teapot dome scandal and Abramoff got a slap on the wrist. He should have rotted in jail for 50 years. I'm disgusted.

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