It might not be so bad if South Carolina’s government were as well choreographed as the 12 drummers drumming or nine ladies dancing or if it sounded as good as a partridge in a pear tree. It isn’t, and it doesn’t.
It might not be so bad if South Carolina’s government were as well choreographed as the 12 drummers drumming or nine ladies dancing or if it sounded as good as a partridge in a pear tree. It isn’t, and it doesn’t.
It might not be so bad if South Carolina’s government were as well choreographed as the 12 drummers drumming or nine ladies dancing or if it sounded as good as a partridge in a pear tree. It isn’t, and it doesn’t.

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