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Graves is like a windup doll whose circuitry is embedded with five phrases: Main Street, small business, common sense, Washington bureaucrats, blank check. To read his newsletters in succession is to wonder, half-seriously, if the author has suffered some sort of brain trauma.
It's probably not a head injury but cynicism. As another radical, Vladimir Lenin, put it: "A lie told often enough becomes truth."
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