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From the archives: Martin Patriquin is a corrupt, over-refreshed scumbag

Always has been, too. The passage below is from this web site, on September 26th, 2010, as passed along by Dan Shields. I actually forgot I wrote it. Patriquin didn’t, I guess, and iPolitics gave him a platform to pursue a personal vendetta against those who have the temerity to criticize him. They probably shouldn’t.... View Article
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