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Jeff Donlan

A quick glance and this caught my eye: "Filling the gap in freedom's fence."

To be completely free we must be completely fenced in?

John F. Ptak

Sometimes a fence is just a fence. But not in this case, evidently, what with allowing tactical bombers in through the gaps. Maybe we were fencing people "out"?

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