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May 21, 2009 1:15 PM

Commentary: Sanford occassionally has a good veto

Mark Sanford's budget veto message is a heart-breaking reminder of the tragedy of his governorship. Not those first 15 pages that are full of misleading numbers and irrelevant charts that look like they demonstrate things they don't actually demonstrate. The next 18 pages.

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