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posted: 11/21/2012 5:00 AM

Voters just turned off the light

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Pearl Harbor, the assassination of JFK, Challenger exploding before our eyes, the twin towers falling into the streets on that awful September day -- all of these blows and more could not extinguish the great beacon; it was simply turned off by those inside. It was on Nov. 6 that the music died.

Mike Butz

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