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I am fortunate in many ways: I am fortunate in that I live in America; I am fortunate in that I have food - good food; I have clean water. I have clothes and shelter and heat.  These are things many do not have.  I have more than this, and that is fortunate too.

I am fortunate in that our president is Barack Hussein Obama and not Mitt Romney. And I am fortunate in that I got to help that happen (a little).

I am also fortunate in that I found daily Kos.

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