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3/21/2010

Stupak’s Opponent Now Numbering Over 10,000 on Facebook

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 9:40 pm



Up from 1400 when I joined earlier today. This is from about an hour or so after I joined:

Benishek 1

And this is from moments ago:

Benishek 2

There are several friends of Patterico pictured there. You know who you are.

P.S. He also finally got up a Paypal button of sorts. You might want to go throw him some money.

66 Responses to “Stupak’s Opponent Now Numbering Over 10,000 on Facebook”

  1. I’ll contribute to Dr. Benishek as I plan my exit from my 24 year private practice.

    I did my residency in Stupak’s district and I moonlighted once or twice in the ER at Crystal Falls after Dr. Benishek came in 1983(I can’t remember if I met him).

    Teflon Dad (287a17)

  2. I meant at Iron Mountain, not Crystal Falls.

    Teflon Dad (287a17)

  3. Stupak called ‘baby-killer’ on House floor
    By Paul Kane

    “Rep. John Campbell (R-Calif.) acknowledged late Sunday night that a Republican yelled “baby killer” as Democratic Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) urged his fellow Democrats to vote down a Republican amendment on abortion services in the health-care legislation.

    The remark drew immediate shouts of derision from the Democratic side of the aisle, as Stupak is considered the leading anti-abortion Democrat and held out his support for the legislation until President Obama issued an executive order restating the ban on federal funding of abortion.

    Campbell, initially suspected as the lawmaker who shouted the phrase, told reporters that he didn’t say it and believed that it came from a member sitting a row behind him, where the Texas Republicans usually sit. Campbell said he heard “a Southern accent”.

    “The people who know won’t give it up,” Campbell told reporters.

    He said the remark was “clear as a bell.”

    Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) said he heard the remark and said it did come from in the area of where the Texas and California delegations sit. He said he believes he knows who yelled it, but declined to say anymore.

    “I can make a guess,” Barton said.” – source, Washingtonpost.com 3/22/10

    DCSCA (9d1bb3)

  4. Joe Barton’s good people.

    And I think it’s 100% legit to call Stupak a baby killer. Stupak is on the record saying that he thinks this bill will kill what he defines as sacred human life. He’s more of an Uncle Tom than any of the democrat’s favorite winners of the label ever were.

    That Barton knows the person who amusingly said that makes me wonder just how awesome his staff on the hill might be. I don’t want a bunch of Poindexter republicans. I want the kind of passionate people who are outraged and ready to admit it to be handling the day to day affairs of a House office. I guess that’s too much to hope for and it’s just a protesting constituent.

    Dems and Reps have reason to be disgusted with Stupak and Obama and Pelosi for handling such a huge domestic bill without any sense for honesty or openness. So many special deals, so many CBO tricks (the bill costs $3 trillion in its first *real* ten years), so many procedural tricks, so many lies and demonizations (they took out the death panel section and then pretended it was never there). Stupak was one of many democrats who proved which party out to run the show.

    Dustin (b54cdc)

  5. I am sure Stupak is shaking in fear of all the OUT OF STATE supporters of his opponent. Stupak usually carries 60%+ of the vote, I don’t think he’s all that worried.

    But go ahead and tell yourselves that signing up on a Facebook page is going to mean something… some people drown their sorrows in drink, others go out and kick the cat, I figure posting nasty comments aimed at Stupak is a pretty harmless (and useless) way of relieving some of the frustration.

    And you should all shouldn’t be too mad at Stupak, he ended up doing just we should have expected him to do; you can’t blame him for doing what comes naturally to Democrats any more than you can blame a dog for licking his own crotch. You’re really mad at yourselves for thinking that Stupak would provide the votes necessary to kill the bill… just as you blame yourselves for having nominated a hapless clown like McCain to run against Obama, for not having pressured the GOP to clean up its act five + years ago and for excusing Bush’s stupidity and inaction in dealing with the GOP idiots in Congress during the 2000s.

    steve sturm (369bc6)

  6. “Joe Barton’s good people.”

    He’s not a snitch.

    “And I think it’s 100% legit to call Stupak a baby killer. Stupak is on the record saying that he thinks this bill will kill what he defines as sacred human life.”

    Thing is, he was always wrong about the bill. Liberals knew this, and thus why we disliked him. And the GOP for some reason was pinning their hopes on him.

    But it was nice to see the pro-life caucus declaring this bill pro-life in the language that pro-choicers use. Talking about support for pregnant women, covering kids, etc…

    imdw (c78c93)

  7. I rarely contribute to politicians, but I sent a donation to Benishek, then emailed Stupak telling him so.

    ManlyDad (060305)

  8. Uncle Tom Stupak cares more about the Democratic Party and Obama than un-babies.

    A special place in hell is reserved for immoral hypocrites. Uncle Tom Stupak will take his place their with Teddy.

    Alluh Akbar.

    HeavenSent (a9126d)

  9. What HeavenSent said. TURN UP THE VOLUME!

    My money goes down that Stupak WON’T be getting 60% of the votes after the egregious decision to vote yes on deathcare. Statistics indicate abortions will go up 30%. The blood of every baby who is aborted is on Stupak’s hands.

    WHAT A WHORE! We won’t forget. Period. Stupak goes down for sure.

    I wouldn’t discredit “outside” donations. I seem to remember Scott Brown….hmmmmmm…..

    Stupak doesn’t have a soul. LIAR. WHORE. SCUMBAG.

    Charlotte (dad663)

  10. Benedict Stupak is a name that will live in infamy. And rightly so.

    To Steve Sturm, I AM a Michigan resident, and a voter. Unfortunately, I’m not in Benedict’s district. Oh, and money sent from out of state is still money for the campaign. Stupak would do well to worry.

    And no, you don’t hate a rabid dog for being rabid. You just put him down.

    NavyspyII (df615d)

  11. “You’re really mad at yourselves for thinking that Stupak would provide the votes necessary to kill the bill… just as you blame yourselves for having nominated a hapless clown like McCain to run against Obama, for not having pressured the GOP to clean up its act five + years ago and for excusing Bush’s stupidity and inaction in dealing with the GOP idiots in Congress during the 2000s.”

    Dude, I’m guilty as charged on all counts. But I gotta move on from there constructively, despite being pretty naive. It was partly conservative turnout that sank Mccain, and while I completely understand why Mccain doesn’t deserve the loyalty of the right, it’s annoying right now that he isn’t the president and Obama is passing bills that I repeatedly said wouldn’t pass (because they are simply ridiculous from a deficit perspective alone).

    Stupak, as you say, is just one of many democrats who I don’t really think is the figurehead for healthcare so much as a great example of their BS process.

    Dustin (b54cdc)

  12. Unfortunately, I’m not in Benedict’s district.

    and that says it all, you don’t count, you don’t matter, Stupak could care less about you.

    Stupak took a higher percentage than Obama or McCain in 2008… and with his district getting some new federal money, I’m pretty sure he’s going to keep his seat.

    steve sturm (369bc6)

  13. “Stupak took a higher percentage than Obama or McCain in 2008… and with his district getting some new federal money, I’m pretty sure he’s going to keep his seat.”

    And there’s a pro-choice primary challenge to him.

    imdw (6b4e5c)

  14. Steve, if the anger at Stupak was solely from the right, I’d agree with you.

    I think it’s clever to use someone who recently was considered a Governor contender, and had a high percentage in the last election, but now has burned a lot of bridges, as a message. But it’s not like the opposition to him is particularly organized. GOP.com is more focused on the majority and Pelosi.

    But I’d bet Stupak loses his seat.

    Dustin (b54cdc)

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  17. Yep. I donated $10 to Dr. Benishek to express my displeasure at this passage of this monstrosity.

    BigFire (71927b)

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  19. There is/was a reason why people like Stupak and Casey run as “pro-life democrats”, because they know that their constituency is more “pro-life” than “pro-abortion” when they are forced to think about it.

    The question is will enough of those voters wake up, pay attention, and hear the message.

    Methinks, Mr. Sturm, thou art attempting to not only report history, but influence it, if only in a modest means.

    It seems to me Mr. Daschle fell with the help of resources that came out of state, and as said before, Sen. Brown sure received a lot of encouragement, not sure how much material help he received.

    The Dems certainly think it works with what they did for the guy that was put into the senator’s seat in Minn, and did their best to take out Bachman from out of state.

    So, please, continue to tell us that we are helpless and hopeless, and laugh with your buddies about how gullible we are.

    Stupak and Hoyer are only a little bit worried, because they know that even if they lose the election, and even if Coburn blocks appointments, they will get some appointment from Obama to be a “czar” over something or other that doesn’t need Congressional approval…at least for 2 years. (Maybe appointed as regional supervisors of the IRS brownshirts.)

    As I said elsewhere, I think the last true pro-life Democrat in the public eye as Gov. Bob Casey, who they would not let speak.

    MD in Philly (59a3ad)

  20. So…the next time some troll comes by and posts how bad things look for Republicans, let me quote Moe Lane. Here is a list of what he was told Republicans could not do over the past couple of years. It’s a nice response to “seminar posters” like imdw:

    I was told that there was no way that we could win a runoff Senate election in Georgia, in the immediate wake of the President’s historic victory nationwide.

    I was told that there was no way that any Republican could win in William Jefferson’s* district. Ever. In a million years.

    I was told that expecting the GOP House caucus to Hold The Line on the President’s ’stimulus’ package was a fool’s errand.

    I was told that it would be a generation before liberal dominance of politics would be effectively challenged.

    I was told that it was even money that the GOP would lose more seats in 2010.

    I was told that conservatives don’t go to protests.

    I was told that the protests over the ’stimulus’ bill would splutter away.

    I was told that the Tea Party movement would never become more than an annoyance to the ruling party. Which would be running the show for a generation, remember.

    I was told that it was absurd to think that the GOP would gain seats in the Senate in 2010.

    I was told that it was absurd to think that the GOP would gain more than a dozen seats in the House in 2010.

    I was told that the House GOP would only Hold The Line once, then cave.

    I was told that cap and trade was inevitable.

    I was told that card check was inevitable, and looming.

    I was told that the GOP couldn’t hope to win the Virginia Governorship

    I was told that nobody was going to really care about the health care monstrosity, besides a few cranks in the Tea Party movement.

    I was told that it was absurd to think that the GOP would gain more than thirty seats in the House in 2010.

    I was told that the GOP couldn’t hope to win the New Jersey Governorship.

    I was told that the inevitable result of the massive protests over the health care monstrosity would be to create a popular backlash against the GOP, against conservatism, and ensure the speedy passage of the Democrats’ health care bill. As in, within a month.

    I was told that the GOP couldn’t hope to win both the NJ and VA governorships.

    I was told that the President would never drop in popularity – even to a level commensurate with a man, rather than a God.

    I was told that it was impossible for the GOP to retake the Senate.

    I was told that the GOP couldn’t hope to run the tables in the Virginia election.

    I was told that the new Republican governor of New Jersey wouldn’t govern as a conservative.

    I was told that it was absurd to think that the GOP could retake the House in 2010.

    I was told that it was absurd to think that the GOP could get more than four seats in the Senate in 2010.

    I was told that the President’s numbers would never go underwater.

    I was told – over, and over, and over, and over, and over again – that God Himself could not win a Massachusetts Senatorial election if He ran on the Republican ticket.

    Read the whole thing, as Professor Reynolds always says:

    http://moelane.com/2010/03/22/things-we-were-told-we-couldnt-do/

    Eric Blair (c8876d)

  21. Thank you for that, Eric.

    Stupak was not even good at being a whore on this. He needs to take lessons from Landrieu, Nelson, and all the others.

    JD (3b62be)

  22. Man, somebody sure told Moe Lane a lotta stuff. Repetitive stuff. Not the NJ governorship, or the VA governorship, or the NJ governorship or the VA governorship?! Damn…

    Guess it makes the list longer. And hence more dramatic, or something.

    Leviticus (f3a37c)

  23. I wonder if Stupak will apply for SS protection during his re-election campaign in Militia territory?

    AD - RtR/OS! (d02306)

  24. Good to see that some folks just don’t change much.

    Eric Blair (c8876d)

  25. Not the way you’d like, anyway.

    Leviticus (77919c)

  26. gotta say personally the “i have lots of facebook friends” thing is not very impressive. i want and i pray for, a resistance to this monstrosity, but this isn’t much in the way of evidence of it. i mean, i think the media-created coffee party has more friends, right?

    A.W. (e7d72e)

  27. Well, A.W., the fact that he went from 1,400 to over 10,000 yesterday to over 14,500 as of now suggests a surge of interest that is quantifiable. We’ll watch and see.

    MD in Philly (59a3ad)

  28. A.W. states there are more members of the CIA than there are members of the “My name is Billy Joe Bob Issong and I was born in 1980” club; therefore, the latter means Jack.

    Sorry, A.W., but you are comparing a GROUP that was astroturfed a while ago with a PERSON who is getting an explosion in connections over the past few hours. Your comparison is invalid (pronounced and defined both ways) on multiple levels.

    John Hitchcock (a5b373)

  29. What do the Catholic bishops say about this executive order business? Are they satisfied with it, or do they think it’s insufficient, or a sham?

    Brother Bradley J. Fikes, C.O.R. (95884c)

  30. I agree with AW that facebook is kinda an uncertain sort of measure, but these seem to be real people with real outrage coming together.

    Sarah Palin has showed that facebook is capable of affecting the law. The Death Panel’s provision was removed from the legislation because of her facebook complaint, if I recall correctly.

    but it’s super easy to click a couple of times. It takes more to give money, to drive to a protest, to volunteer. All those indicators show something big, and real.

    The Coffee Party was, indeed, bullshit astroturf.

    Dustin (b54cdc)

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  32. Conservatives might begin to win friends and influence people (independent voters) again if they urged leaders like Boehner to stop cutting his coffee with pickle brine and started quoting Moe Howard instead: “You knuckleheads!” Time will tell.

    DCSCA (9d1bb3)

  33. Boehner’s speech is exactly what influences independent voters, and you know it.

    Obama’s fallen in popularity amazingly, and guess which voters he’s lost? How many solid, reliable blue elections do you guys need to lose before you realize that being nice to democrats is not the recipe for republicans getting independent voters?

    Anyone who isn’t angry about this crap is not really independent. They are hardened partisans.

    Dustin (b54cdc)

  34. “Obama’s fallen in popularity amazingly, and guess which voters he’s lost? ”

    In 2 days he gained 9 points on the Rasmussen index. Though I admit it is a crappy index.

    imdw (223a39)

  35. DSCRAP seems hell-bent on proving how big of an imbecile it is every last time it comments.

    JD (e58a23)

  36. Hmmm. Let’s see: a thunder of elephants, a pounce of cats, a crash of rhinos, a thief of crows. What do you call a group of trolls?

    Eric Blair (c8876d)

  37. Now, I know that the Moist Troll-ette is all about making people look things up, but I do think that looking (and, imagine that, reading) at Rasmussen’s site suggests that, well, imdw is suffering from a degree of recto-cranial inversion:

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/obama_administration/daily_presidential_tracking_poll

    But then, his only job is to Defend the D.

    Eric Blair (c8876d)

  38. A convergence of Imp’s.

    JD (e58a23)

  39. Comment by Brother Bradley J. Fikes, C.O.R. — 3/22/2010 @ 11:41 am

    More than a few of us will start to take the Catholic Bishops seriously when they start excommunicating pro-choice politicians.

    AD - RtR/OS! (d02306)

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  41. What do you call a group of trolls?

    Fecal Matter a Go – Go.

    Dmac (ca1d8c)

  42. Real Clear Politics (a composite average) for the:

    President

    Congress

    These strong trends have been occurring for almost a year. If these trends are strengthened because of this vote, then it appears that the Democratic Party has achieved a Pyrrhic victory. This experiment in single-party control of the government is unlikely to continue.

    Despite the majority of the American People disapproving of this legislation and despite the fact that the only bipartisan support in Congress was in opposition to it (34 Dems, all 178 Repubs), the single-party in power passed it (narrowly). They thwarted the Will of the People and some members of their own party. Once again proving:

    “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

    Tyranny comes in many forms and even more names (the trick is to recognize it, which this polling indicates most have). The pattern is always the same — take power from the People. The fight to restore our Rights to health care and education — without government control — has just begun. Fortunately we can turn to those previous generations of Americans who found their Liberty threatened; only to triumph against those who tried to take it. The election years 2010 and 2012 are looking brighter that ever.

    Pons Asinorum (35b979)

  43. Bernishek has 16k members now.

    John Hitchcock (a5b373)

  44. gotta say personally the “i have lots of facebook friends” thing is not very impressive. i want and i pray for, a resistance to this monstrosity, but this isn’t much in the way of evidence of it. i mean, i think the media-created coffee party has more friends, right?

    Comment by A.W.

    I think you miss the significance. This guy has never run for office but I’ll bet you that he knows 75% of the people in the Upper Peninsula. He’s operated on somebody in everybody’s family. My guess is that he’s pretty good and well liked. Now, after 37 years, his kids are grown and he’s ready to raise some hell about a topic that he knows well. He was helped with the Facebook page and somebody is helping with his web site. There are thousands of people trying to give him money. I would say this is a genuine movement and all he needs to do now is learn to give a speech. Every doctor, except pathologists and radiologists, learn how to talk to strangers. Some are not good speaking in large groups but we’ll see how he does.

    If you want to see somebody who has made the transition pretty well, look at Tom Coburn. He is one Senator who tells it like it is. This fellow may be another one.

    If I were Stupak, I would be thinking about a career change. There are a lot of people angry at him.

    By the way, the latest ploy on tea parties and health care is that the protestors are racist and supposedly yelled epithets to the Black Caucus who just happened to walk by Saturday. You know what ?

    There are lots of video tapes of that event and those black Congress critters walking past. They have sound and there are no epithets. Look for a video on Breitbart soon.

    Mike K (2cf494)

  45. I just can’t help but think that the folks joining the hate-Stupak club are merely folks who don’t like the new healthcare bill. The pro-life stuff is a facade. Stupak calculated he couldn’t get what he wanted through the senate. So getting it through the house would have been a Pyrrhic victory. The executive order was the best he could pull off.

    If I were anti-choice, I’d say he did all that he could do on my behalf. However, if I were anti-healthcare legislation, I’d have wished Stupak would have sacrificed what he did gain so I could get what I wanted. But that would make him seem stupid. And it would be stupid of me to think he should harm his efforts to ban abortion.

    jack (fed09c)

  46. “Now, I know that the Moist Troll-ette is all about making people look things up, but I do think that looking (and, imagine that, reading) at Rasmussen’s site suggests that, well, imdw is suffering from a degree of recto-cranial inversion:”

    Today, on 3/22 the index is at -12. Two days ago, on the 20th, the index was at -21. That’s a gain of 9 points.

    imdw (1635c7)

  47. It was never about abortion for Stupak, that was just a hook to make the voters think he was thinking of them – months ago he said that he would vote for health-care reform even if abortion funding was in it.
    He sold his a$$ for improvements at three small airports in his district, and DNC re-election support.
    He better hope it will be enough – but I kind of think that his words disavowing his abortion position (see above) will be on every TV station and cable outfit in his district from now till Nov.
    In Pro-Life circles, he will be seen for the Judas that he is.

    AD - RtR/OS! (d02306)

  48. Comment by imdw — 3/22/2010 @ 2:36 pm

    More Right-Wing fantasy…

    “…According to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Monday, 51 percent of respondents disapprove of Obama’s job performance and 46 percent approve of it…”
    -H/T Instapundit

    AD - RtR/OS! (d02306)

  49. Remember, AD, the Moist Troll-ette only posts polls with which he agrees. There is no debate that POTUS has been losing support continually.

    But Defending the D takes work. He’ll scurry around to defend a person who would throw him under a bus in a femtosecond. Not that imdw understands statistics or the issues, incidentally.

    He just loves him some Democratic Talking Points!

    Eric Blair (c8876d)

  50. Also, read his message: poor little troll doesn’t understand what the “index” means. Oh dear Lord.

    Especially because he had graphs and everything at the link.

    They must make his head hurt.

    Eric Blair (c8876d)

  51. Yes, I know – and I just love to give him subcutaneous injections of facts; even though I know that they will not cure his rabid condition.

    BTW, it’s good to have you back and engaged.

    AD - RtR/OS! (d02306)

  52. “Remember, AD, the Moist Troll-ette only posts polls with which he agrees.”

    So I post an index where Obama is at -12 (though admittedly, up from -21) and the retort is to post a poll where he is at -5?

    “Also, read his message: poor little troll doesn’t understand what the “index” means”

    Oh I do! I’ve said it is a crappy index. You can figure out why. Look at how it reacted to the state of the union, for example. But you guys telling me you don’t like Rasmussen? You my kind poll consumers then.

    imdw (e66d8d)

  53. 17500 and counting as I write

    IgotBupkis (79d71d)

  54. > What do the Catholic bishops say about this executive order business? Are they satisfied with it, or do they think it’s insufficient, or a sham?

    I’m not going to dig up the link about it but I believe they’ve denounced the whole thing as a sham, that it will result in insurance funding for abortions.

    IgotBupkis (79d71d)

  55. LOL — further down in the poll description:

    Rasmussen Reports has been a pioneer in the use of automated telephone polling techniques, but many other firms still utilize their own operator-assisted technology

    I don’t know about you, but a machine calls me, I hang up.

    If you can’t be bothered to hire a person to call me, you can osculate my posterior: “Not on ze left side, not on ze right side, but right smack in ze middle”.

    And frankly, that’s almost certainly a true attitude for anyone with a brain.

    So Rasmussen polls have an inherent bias for getting the opinions of idiots and fools.

    Which no doubt is why Obama is doing as well as he is, with 29% “strongly approving” of that walking sack of excreta. After this last week’s performances, those numbers ought to be in the single digits for both Democrats as a whole and Obi One.

    IgotBupkis (79d71d)

  56. “..Oh I do! I’ve said it is a crappy index. You can figure out why. Look at how it reacted to the state of the union, for example. But you guys telling me you don’t like Rasmussen? You my kind poll consumers then….”

    So explain, it with links. Don’t forget the background of statistical analysis, and a description of sampling error as it applies. In other words, imdw, don’t count on your fingers. Which is what you have been doing.

    You really aren’t fooling anyone, as you continue to Defend the D.

    And don’t play coy about polls in general. Some you like, some you don’t. Guess which? You are on record doing so.

    Which is why you get called “troll” a lot.

    Eric Blair (21af67)

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  62. […] Illegals Have to Buy That Mandatory Health Insurance? Will They Be Fined If When They Don’t? and Stupak’s Opponent Now Numbering Over 10,000 on Facebook Gateway Pundit: Stunner. Politico Changes Their Bogus Coffin Story But Won’t Admit It and Planned […]

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  63. […] Illegals Have to Buy That Mandatory Health Insurance? Will They Be Fined If When They Don’t? and Stupak’s Opponent Now Numbering Over 10,000 on Facebook The Conservative Pup: Sarah’s 20 Gateway Pundit: Stunner. Politico Changes Their Bogus Coffin […]

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  64. […] Illegals Have to Buy That Mandatory Health Insurance? Will They Be Fined If When They Don’t? and Stupak’s Opponent Now Numbering Over 10,000 on Facebook The Conservative Pup: Sarah’s 20 Nice Deb: Video Of The Spitting Incident Appears On Youtube […]

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  65. I am from Benishek’s hometown… my mother was a cancer patient of his… PLEASE REALIZE THIS GUY IS A QUACK!!! HE HAS LITTLE TO NO CREDIBILITY AND WILL BE EATEN ALIVE WHEN THE MEDIA GETS WIND OF HIS CHARACTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He did wrong by my mother both medically and with billing procedures (years after she sought other medical attention)! BEWARE!!!! and please find a respectable candidate!

    mickey (a9142e)

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