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'''The [[arithmetic]] pattern of the [[political cycle]] predicts [[Obama]]'s defeat''':  control of the [[White House]] by [[political parties|political party]] and term of office was 2-2-2-1 (through [[Jimmy Carter]]), and then 3-2-2-? (through today).  The pattern has never alternated between the parties as a perfectly level 2-2-2-2; [[Obama]] will lose reelection to complete the inevitable 2-2-2-1 cycle.
  
 
'''In the [[hearsay society]], there is no place for the [[best of the public]], because (as on [[Wikipedia]]) new logical insights are not allowed even though true'''.  The [[Epistle to the Hebrews]] would not be part of the [[Bible]], because its authorship is completely unknown.
 
'''In the [[hearsay society]], there is no place for the [[best of the public]], because (as on [[Wikipedia]]) new logical insights are not allowed even though true'''.  The [[Epistle to the Hebrews]] would not be part of the [[Bible]], because its authorship is completely unknown.
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[[Image:228130875 35181424e3.jpg|thumb|center|200px|[[Per capita]] [[atheism|atheists]] and [[agnosticism|agnostics]] in America give significantly less to charity than [[theism|theists]] even when church giving is not counted for theists. See also: [[Atheism and uncharitableness|Atheism and charity]] ]]
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[[Per capita]] [[atheism|atheists]] and [[agnosticism|agnostics]] in America give significantly less to charity than [[theism|theists]] even when church giving is not counted for theists. See also: [[Atheism and uncharitableness|Atheism and charity]].
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Rob Portman takes #1 in the likelihood of becoming the next Vice President for one reason: the election is likely to decided again in Ohio, as it was in 2004.

The arithmetic pattern of the political cycle predicts Obama's defeat: control of the White House by political party and term of office was 2-2-2-1 (through Jimmy Carter), and then 3-2-2-? (through today). The pattern has never alternated between the parties as a perfectly level 2-2-2-2; Obama will lose reelection to complete the inevitable 2-2-2-1 cycle.

In the hearsay society, there is no place for the best of the public, because (as on Wikipedia) new logical insights are not allowed even though true. The Epistle to the Hebrews would not be part of the Bible, because its authorship is completely unknown.

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