GRIDLOCK: Time for Turbolax

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It appears to this concerned citizen that the entire bunch back there on the hill in Washington, D.C., are more than a little bound-up, unable to get the job done. Perhaps a simple solution to this major problem may be no more than administering to each of them an abundant dose of laxative. Maybe, just maybe that will loosen things up and clean them out enough that once again they will be able to catch a clean breath of air.

DONALD BENNETT

Coeur d’Alene

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