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Overloaded again

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles - email) | Dec 05, 2008

Back in early November, when I wrote a Commentary column on the election results, I was deluged with reader's comments, and couldn't possibly respond to everyone. I mentioned that yesterday, when I wrote a follow-up Commentary piece.  

Guess what happened?

I'm both delighted and embarrassed to report that once again, the volume of readers' responses has overloaded my circuits, and I have no realistic hope of answering everyone. 

To those who have contacted me-- and those who soon will-- my sincere thanks for your interest. I do read every message, even if I can't find time to respond. You can rest assured that I get the fundamental message: This is a topic on which our readers want to see more discussion. And they will. 

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