November 7th, 2012

Cameron Happy to See Obama Re-Elected

The Cameroons in Downing Street will be genuinely happy to see that an incumbent head of government can hold office despite a faltering economy:

Guido takes consolation that he won his £100 bet with the ever optimistic Dan Hodges, who bet that Obama would win by a landslide margin of 5%.

Obama’s margin is tight, tighter than it was against McCain. Republicans also advanced in Congress. America remains divided…


  1. 1
    Loopy Lou says:

    ” My friend Barak ”

    If Mr Cameron was my friend I would be very very worried

    • 14
      Mitt Romney says:


      • 17 says:

        Will Obama now reveal where all these magic money trees are?

        • 22
          Nothing better to do says:

          Dave and Barrack, a lovely couple of socialists.

          • Anonymous says:

            Dave is only socially socialist, Obama is socially socialist as well as economically socialist.

            Poor and middle classes in this country are paying the price for the economic mess bankers created and bankers are getting 5% tax cuts also tax on cooperation tax banks pay are being cut. In the same time total tax poor and middle classes pay have been increased (VAT, NI, tuition fee, cut to tax credits, child benefits, etc)

          • The Biased Bullshitty Corpse / Grouniad Axis says:

            We at BBC-Grouniad ‘Celebrate’ Angina’s Victory and will use our hard won Telly Tax and ad dosh to have a really SUPER Party with lots of bolly, caviar and smoked salmon. It’s coz we’re worf it!

          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            “mess bankers created”

            Never heard of the Community Re-Investment Act? Fanny Mae or Freddy Mac? Or the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act? Obviously not.

          • scapegoat says:

            What economic mess? Do you mean the unprecedented national debt racked up by Gordon Brown, which the bankers forced him to borrow to create sham growth? Or the gold they forced him to sell at the bottom of the market? They must have private photos of him stashed somewhere.

            How is it the bankers fault that Brown spent more than the country could afford?

            Ditto most Latin European countries and Greece.

          • ÁC1 says:

            Yep, Also Basel 2, ensuring that there’s infinite debt volume, so Governments can squander it, and pretend tax isn’t ruining the economy.

          • Anonymous says:

            scapegoat, I am not defending last Labour government. I agree that the last Labour government made lots of mistakes. Some were done to protect the last Labour government from the rich as there wasn’t any choice. But it also should the majority of voters that they will be better off under it than the conservatives.

            I am telling you as things are.

            If conservatives want to win they need to get votes what they are doing is not going to get them votes. Cutting tax to the very rich and asking others to pay more is not going to lose votes for the conservative party.

          • W.W. says:

            “Some were done to protect the last Labour government from the rich”

            Yes someone needs to protect that poor blair, Mandleson Brown and Miliband from those nasty rich people.

            I hear they can’t afford to put food on the table.

            Bless their little cotton socks.


          • 2+2=4 says:

            Did anyone see it all on Fox News?

            It was a delight!

          • Anonymous says:

            W.W. as things were Labour needed Rupert’s support as will as it needed the super rich to reduce money the supper rich gives to conservative party. So Labour has to do some things, these wasn’t a choice.

          • Osama the Nazarene says:

            Four more years of legislative gridlock. Lucky Yanks will not have any new laws or taxes for the next four years.

          • Anonymous says:

            Osama the Nazarene, not as you think.

            U.S. households are facing an average tax increase of $3,446 in 2013 if Congress doesn’t avert the so- called fiscal cliff, the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center said in a study released today.


        • 87
          Run Forest Run says:

          They grow out of the little Brown arse. He is being trained to fart them out.

          • Anonymous says:

            Then why weren’t the conservatives able to win a majority in the last election?

          • suchan104 says:

            Anonymous (no wonder you stay that way), try asking yourself how the Conservatives got a larger number of votes than Labour in 2005 but where as Labour could enjoy a comfortable majority the Tories couldn’t get one. That doesn’t strike me as the Tories being unpopular so much as an electoral system rigged against them. Do you know which PM got the largest share of the popular vote ever? John Major, and we all remember what kind of tiny majority he had to work with.

      • 26
        Anonymous says:

        People are becoming cleaver. They are bothered about under who they will have a better life. As people become clever economic right-wing will lose. This why Obama won and Cameron wasn’t able to get a majority even in a deep recession.

        Just look at what this conservative lead government did, it cut taxes for people earning over 150,000 and increase VAT and NI for middle class and poor. It also cut benefits for poor and middle classes get.

        This why Labour will end up winning the next election. If conservatives want to win they have to tax the rich and cut taxes middle classes pay. Helping the poor to improve their life chances will help.

        • 30
          Poor aren't stupid any more says:

        • 37
          Albion says:

          If people are becoming cleaver, how come they can barely put a few coherent words together.

          And if they got really cleaver wouldn’t they understand that taxing the less than 1% who earn over £150,000, can never pay for the other 99% to have a meaningful tax cut.

          Unfortunately people are not becoming cleaver, but it doesn’t matter because it will still have your desired result.

          • g says:

            The anon you are replying to is as thick as shit for a start.

          • Anonymous says:

            Top 1% own 25% of the national wealth. They can be taxed more. As people become cleaver top 1%’s vote or money for party funding is not going to help conservative party win elections.

          • Waynetta 'n' Wayne says:

            we wants us bennys! – ‘netta got 5 kids – ‘n’ oy gave her 2 of em – but she likes a change of cocks now ‘n’ then

          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            What do you imagine the 1% you talk of will do if they feel that there is not financial incentive for them to make money, invest or start businesses, because they are taxed more?

            Where do you think jobs will come from in your socialist utopia?

            Socialism and the politics of envy and jealousy have been tried many, many, times before and have ALWAYS ended in poverty and misery for everyone, except a tiny ruling elite.

            But hey, I’m not as cleaver as you, so what would I know?

          • Anonymous says:

            I Remember You Hoo, where are they going to go? Its not that easy to move to another country which will not punish if they make mistake or break the law. Do you thing they will want to move to China, Dubai or even USA?

            Main issue is votes. Vote for left was more than right in UK. Now, LD which split left vote is finished. What Conservatives are doing will end up costing vote also the poor lazy once who didn’t vote last time will vote next time as Conservatives has cut the money they get and moving them out.

            In Democracy vote is the only thing that counts.

          • Anonymous says:

            ÁC1, once that are paying isn’t them as they cannot afford to pay for medical care.

          • Osama the Nazarene says:

            This is the fruit of modern education. Sod the spelling as long as you can express yourself!

          • ÁC1 says:

            > ÁC1, once that are paying isn’t them as they cannot afford to pay for medical care.

            WTF does that mean???

          • Anonymous says:

            What does “becoming cleaver” mean. Are they knife happy?

        • 42
          Erskine May says:

          Do you really mean people are becoming like a large kitchen knife?

          • Anonymous says:

            Republicans thought people will be stupid enough to vote against someone giving them and their family medical care.

          • A Woman of Colour says:

            - an’ da free gas – don’t forget dem freeby gas- an’ dat housen – an’

          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            The government are giving them nothing of the sort, you dolt. In fact the government can’t give anything to anyone as it has no money of it’s own to give. Everything government has, is stolen by force, from it’s citizens.

          • ÁC1 says:

            >someone giving them and their family .

            The government GIVES NOTHING it doesn’t take from somewhere else. People are merely being bribed with OPM (Other peoples money).

            Now that might work for the person receiving the money, but the person being punished for creating wealth is going to react rationally and try to prevent being punished, and then their isn’t the OPM, and there aren’t any jobs either.

            Hide your wealth, plan to protect it, because the majority have elected to replace reciprocatory wealth creation with extortion. You have perhaps a decade before it totally stops.

          • Erskine May says:

            The idiot does not know the difference between clever and cleaver. No wonder he is rather cut up about life.

          • Anonymous says:

            Are they butchers?

          • Anonymous says:

            Free house, free car, free medicare, free everything. Government slaves.

        • 106
          oldman says:

          Cleaver, a chopping tool.
          Clever, quick witted, which you are not.

      • 46
        Osric Testacles says:

        Splendid to see the nutty tea party goons dumped, whatever Obama’s faults.

        Perhaps the loons at UKIP can consol their true ideological bedfellows.

        • 55
          Anonymous says:

          UKIP cannot be compared to tea party. Tea party has some of the thickest people you can find in the world. This part is still in the conservative party and hasn’t left it.

        • 67
          Anonymous says:

          closest ever election was the reverse.
          winner murdoch backed loser romney.

          if there is any such thing as secret free.mason.ry it will emerge.
          there is a bright future.

      • 107
        G Brown lover of Prudence says:

        First from the back Mr Romney.

    • 66
      No such thing as society says:

      There’s no way his “call me Daves” mate as his not in the cabinet, there couldn’t be the possibility of Dave trying to be cool by association..could there?

    • 72
      ÁC1 says:

      “House Prices set to Boom in Galt’s Gulch area”

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    “I look forward to working with him in the future”

    Should there be an “Again” in there, or perhaps it was an autoquote for whoever won!

  3. 3
    Steve Miliband says:

    Can the BBC come back now to save us a few quid

  4. 4
    George J Danton says:

    Chinny Reckon?

  5. 5
    Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:


    • 9
      Beowulff says:

      Nice to see that racism didn’t figure, with 93% of the African American vote going to Obama.

      • 13
        Nick Buckles says:

        The other 7% were too off their tits on crack to get out and vote

        • 47
          XXXX says:

          No, the 7% voted Republican (might have been “too off their tits on crack), there will be quite alot who did not vote or were not registered to vote. Anyway how would the financial district of New York (or London) function without its snow.

      • 15
        Tower Hamlets postal votes USA Office says:

        Why thank you

      • 124
        To Be Fair says:

        To be fair we shouldn’t criticise, if it was a UK election the Labour Party could count on the supprt of 103% in some areas.

  6. 6
    Aunty Matter says:

    They had a choice between a twat and a mong. Some choice

    • 16
      Albion says:

      Quite unlike us, lucky blighters.

      • 21
        Horace says:

        That’s it, then. They’re fucked.

        Mind you, they’d have been fucked with the other moron in charge, so no change there.

      • 60
        XXXX says:

        Dave was the most acceptable of the Tory line up, like him or loath him (as a lot on this blog do) I say, was, because his promises have been broken faster than he made them, he SHOULD have won the election easily but the electorate did not trust the Tory line up, memories are long, that is why Liebore will not get a clear majority.

    • 20
      Bluebottle says:

      He was a Mormon I thought

  7. 7
    Erskine May says:
  8. 8
    Ed Millibland says:

    via Twitter …
    Can I just say congwatuwations Mr Weeder, I fwink ith gweat

  9. 10
    Call me Dave says:

    Bloody hell I thought I had sent that tweet to Beckie for a minute

  10. 12
    jimbo says:

    Cameron will be pleased because now he can carry on with the plans to get further involved in Syria leading to Iran. So folk’s get ready to pay more taxes,increased food prices and more austerity, to fund Camerons war and not forgetting the EU, they need a financial help out from the British taxpayer.

  11. 18
  12. 19
    Put off breakfast for today. says:

    Just had the misfortune to see the ludicrous Simon Schama creaming his trousers over the result on BBC Breakfast.

  13. 23
    Snaplegs says:

    Why do I have an unhealthy feeling that the voters of America may have got this one slightly wrong?

    I suppose we’ll find out in 5 years time when the next incumbent in the White House looks at the state of the US economy and wishes he/she hadn’t won.

    • 29
      Sheikh Bashar Banka says:

      When you start with a trade deficit of 16 trillion do you think you can still keep printing money and getting people to accept it ?

      • 34
        Jack Daw says:

        Interesting how the Obama supporting types commenting on his poor record talk about inheriting horrendous problems/economy wrecked by previous regime/handed poisoned chalice-they’d never say that about what Labour did here.

        • 89
          ÁC1 says:

          Yes but he made the problems much worse, as you can see from their job creation and unemployment (plus disability) figures.

          • Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

            We can relate up here to President Obama. He cares about free healthcare and welfare benefits etc. etc. Great result – just think if a religious nutter had taken control.

  14. 24
    Sheikh Bashar Banka says:

    Since when has Cameron called Obama ” Barak ” in public ?

    Obama took about two minutes too weigh up this Old Etonian and thanks to Mr Archeangel ( who is still hiding in that Embassy to avoid Uk justice ) we know how the Yanks view us .

  15. 27
    Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

    BREAKING NEWS: John Terry goes up on the podium to accept the Presidency

  16. 31
    P Ervert says:

    Is there a chance that we might see Nadine Dorries and Helen Flanagan in a nude mud wrestling scene on ITV soon?

    • 125
      Go Nads says:

      Just remember to give Nadine our full support and vote for her to stay as long as possible and to contest in every bush tucker trial.

  17. 32
    Name & Shame the Nonces says:


    Gerard Elias QC, the leading counsel to the Waterhouse Tribunal which investigated child abuse in North Wales, ‘is a freemason.’

    Reportedly, top freemasons are involved in top p*dophile rings.

    All across the UK, child abuse has taken place in children’s homes and schools.

    Reportedly, the abusers include top people in military intelligence (think of Blunt, Burgess and Oldfield), top people in the police, top judges and top people in government.

    The 1997 Waterhouse Tribunal investigated p*dophile rings at children’s homes in North Wales.

    Reportedly, the Tribunal’s own top lawyer, Gerard Elias QC, appointed by the government, ‘is a freemason’.

  18. 33
    Hindsight says:

    I bet Mitt Romney wishes he’d been a tad more polite when he visited London

  19. 39
    genghiz the kahn says:

    So when does Obama decide to redraw the map of the Middle and Near East?

    Watch the liberal media stamp its feet when he sanctions moves against Syria and Iran. Obama was very quiet about his foreign policy problems.

    • 50
      John Wayne says:

      He seems more likely to redraw the map of the USA to make large parts ot it an extension of Mexico and all points south.

      • 138
        Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

        Better Latinos than m*uzzies!

  20. 41
    George W Bush says:

    I done be spent 8 minutes readifying My Pet Goat while them the Twin Trade Centre of Towers was done be falling. Luckily it done happened just in times as I took a 3 trillion surplus and turnified it into 3 trillion deficitation. Freedom fries, boy!

  21. 43
    Man o' the People says:

    ‘America remains divided…’

    Yes, that’s because it’s not a one party state. Is that what you’d prefer?

    • 54
      Anonymous says:

      But it kind of is anyway – on the one hand are The People Who Vote for Obama; and on the other hand are a bunch of r&cists. Or at least that’s what the BBC said.

      • 80
        Never let reality get in the way of your fantasy says:

        I suppose that’s why the bbc had a blàck Republican on the panel for most of the night.

  22. 48
    Da City says:

    Four more years of change. Presumably that menas Obama will have to edo all the changes in the last four years.

  23. 49
    Postal Vote says:

    Democrats will continue to demonstrate that the mix of US budget policy, FED policy, declining dollar and poor education with education unions sponsoring democrats results in ever more people needing foodstamps (almost 1 in 6 now).

    • 91
      ÁC1 says:

      #1 cause a problem
      #2 subsidise a problem
      #3 raise taxes to subsidise problem

      • 109
        Man o' the People says:

        I didn’t realise we were talking about the banks.
        1. Cause a problem
        2. Demand taxpayers money to get you out of the problem
        3. Demand cuts in services because ‘we can’t afford them’.

      • 129
        More accurately says:

        #1 Come up with a “solution”.
        #2 Invent a problem.
        #3 Take the credit .

  24. 52
    Winston Churchill says:

    What’s happened to my bust?

  25. 64
    Gordon Brown says:

    I look forward to a kitchen supper with Mr Barry

  26. 70
    Grollace says:

    If you give a black person an alternative his preference will always be for the black or mixed race candidate. A white person, on the other hand is expected to choose his candidate as a result of balanced, cognitive reasoning.
    That shows how equal we all are really.

    • 133
      Cant blame them says:

      If there had never been a white candidate for the hundreds of years since the inception of the Presidency and all of a sudden you as a white man were presented with one. What would you do, tell the truth now.

      • 139
        Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

        Bit likw the Olympics then.

        • 140
          Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

          Bit like the Olympics then.

    • 161
      dunstall says:

      Politically uncorrect…….but absolutely true multiculturism is a one way street we give they take

  27. 71
    Adam Boulton says:

    Interfax quoting Guido Fawkes’ spokesman: Guido Fawkes has sent a message of congratulations to Obama.

  28. 74
    My Pet Goat, as read by W Bush on 9/11 says:

    I suppose Bush taking a surplus and turning it into a deficit, as well as launching two wars and ignoring intelligence over plans for a terrorist attack on American soil that killed 3000 people, made him the kind of president some of you prefer to that nasty dark skinned man. Oh, wait, is that because Bush is Republican and it didn’t matter when he ran up a 3 trillion deficit in spending on his overseas adventures? I thought this was all about smaller government and less spending?

    Let’s remind ourselves of all the things that Republicans claimed Obama would do in his first term: Ban all guns, turn the white house into a mosque (yes, some of them actually said he would do that), protect Bin Laden and al Qaeda, protect Iran and nuke Is*rael, and abolish the free market. Now let’s look at what actually happened. Guns have not been banned, the white house is still the white house, Bin Laden is dead, al Qaeda operatives continue to be killed and bombed daily, sanctions are crippling Iran, arms sales and annual aid to Is*ael have continued, and the free market has not been abolished.

    Of course, NOW the tack is to say this was all a soft lead-in to his real agenda for the second term, where he’ll ban all guns, turn the white house into a mosque, protect al Qaeda, protect Iran and nuke Is*rael, and abolish the free market.

    Here’s a deal. If, in four years, any of those things have happened, I’ll buy you a can of Coke.

    • 93
      ÁC1 says:

      >and the free market has not been abolished

      It’s just a travesty of a market manipulated by Bernanke.

      • 117
        My Pet Goat, as read by W Bush on 9/11 says:

        Bit like Bush spending billions bailing out the banks in 2008. There’s a name for that, isn’t there? Oh yes. Socialism.

        • 127
          ÁC1 says:

          and then Obama did it again.

          Corporate welfare state is as stupid as the other kind of moral hazard system.

    • 141
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

      I wish President Obama would abolish the death penalty.

  29. 76
    Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

    Although the real fun today is watching the right wing loons on Fox News trying to cope with the prospect of another 4 more years of Obama

  30. 81
    Reuters says:

    Kebab Time sends ‘warmest best wishes’ to President Obama.

  31. 83
    Guido's arselicker says:

    Guido. Are you happy Obama won? Other than the joy of winning abet?

    • 86
      Guido Fawkes says:

      Dunno if it’s fair to start calling Romney’s defeat ‘humiliating’. I’d say he did pretty well, considering he’s MENTAL

  32. 90
    london man says:

    Obama won and all the chickens will come out too roost.Trouble in store with murders in syria,nuclear Iran,Russia and China ruling the world. Islamists murdering non-believers. And throwing The state of Israel to the lions.

  33. 94
    nellnewman says:

    ‘America is divided’

    In truth divided is good . The Founding Father’s saw that as a means of putting the brakes on the Executive and allowing democracy to work from the bottom up.

    Cameron is finding his rebellious mp’s are having the same effect on him.

    It’s good. Long may it last.

  34. 95
    Feeling sick as a pig says:

    • 103
      fabians are Evil says:

      The creep spent all his time on MTV, women’s day time chat shows, and teen shows together with left leaning radio shows hosted by……….wait for it………”A Pimp with a Limp” he avoided proper interviews, refused to clarify the Libya cover up.

      The Unions demanded the closure of all the GM sites so they could marshall all their zombies to the voting booths.

      They even put the legalization of dope on the same ballot to ensure the youth vote!

      They are left wing fukkers – but they are bloody good at the gerrymandering!!!

  35. 96
    Moussa Koussa Mark 1 says:


    Cockerman and Gideon actively campaigned against Obama in 2008

    Trying to rewrite history isn’t your strongest point Borisido Boriswkes. …LOL

  36. 98
    Run Forest Run to the mormons. says:

    Who the fuck in their right mind would vote for a mormon? Voting for moron I can understand but a fucking mormon! Wtf?

    • 144
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

      God is big in America. Not like us, except of course for Tower Hamlets, Bradford, Luton and Is*lamabrum.

  37. 99
    Moussa Koussa Mark 1 says:

    errr ……NOT forgetting Republican nuts McC*ain and Swhatsa*nig*ger BOTH making regular appearances at Tory conferences

  38. 100
    EyeSee says:

    The election was basically asking US voters what they can do for their country, by a small margin they replied ‘what can my country do for me?’ Watch Obama strike a pose, because that will be the best you are going to get.

  39. 102
    Anonymous says:

    Presumably by “Republicans advanced in Congress” you mean, lost two Senate seats and gained no House seats (so far)

    Accurate as ever!

  40. 105
    Moussa Koussa Mark 1 says:

    Just another kick in the face for Mongo Murdoch…who came out for MITT, while his awful TV company FOX were still calling it too close to call until 5:00am our time….LOL

  41. 108
    Moussa Koussa Mark 1 says:

    Just For The Record. Gideon Osborne worked as an Intern for the G W Bush election Campaign in 2000….FACT

  42. 112
    Just wondering says:

    Where the black and asian vote will go in 2015. Welcome prime minister Milliband is my guess.

    • 148
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

      The possible loss of the Scottish vote has to be taken into consideration. We may end up with an England run by Little Englanders. God help us if that happens. Oops, I don’t believe in Him.

  43. 118 says:

    The fiscal cliff approaches. Obama thinks he has a mandate to raise taxes, increase spending and debt and set loose the money-printing presses. But the Reps still hold the House of Representatives.

    But if he is allowed to raise taxes for the rich it will have the same result as it did when Labour increased the higher income tax rate by 10% in the UK. Higher unemployment and lack of growth. International companies like Apple, Starbucks, Google, etc will evade taxes in the US even more via less punitive, more intelligently-led countries who will continue to reap the benefits.

    • 132
      ed martin says:

      like ourselves and EUKIPrope the US is over a barrel of its own design and manufacture – possibly the time when conventional politicos are at there least harmful

      after all – we are broke

  44. 119
    Anonymous says:

    He will do to the USA just what that bastard Broon did to the UK. Totally fuck it up.
    What could be worse than a socialist muzzy? I know, a broon one.

    • 160
      Anonymous says:

      Obama has been Prez longer than Brown was PM. Seems to have cleared up big Republican messes: a bombed out economy, two wars etc. Not surprising US voters didn’t want the right wing idiots back.

  45. 123
    Brown out and pay me damages says:


  46. 135

    i congratulate obamarama on his second term and cordially invite his daughters to attend one of my special parties where i’ll personally teach them the art of sensual massage.

  47. 153
    Jimmy says:

    I must say you’re taking this all very well. Good for you.

  48. 155
    What did you expect? says:

    The Republicans left a pile of crap behind 4 years ago, and even if people don’t like Obama’s “let’s spend our way out of it” crap, they have not forgiven the Bush administration for their malfeasance.
    But the Democrats have achieved what western European socialist parties did 60 years ago, he put enough people on the payroll so that you had people who work for a living and those who vote for a living.
    Not to mention that Romney wasn’t much more than a stuffed suit and “that’s all we got” candidate and was facing a $1b attack ad campaign with massive Obama bias in the media.

    4 years ago, the Democrats had a super majority, but now they don’t control Congress or the House of Reps. And in the mid-terms they will get a thrashing like they did 2 years ago and Obama will just be another lame duck President.

    But then the “saintly” Mrs Clinton will be running. depending on what state the US is on, but I doubt the GOP will have a candidate to take her on.

  49. 156
    Anonymous says:

    Great to see the loony right getting a real screwing. Roll on 2015.

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A confused Nick Griffin says Nigel Farage is a shill for the City, forgetting that City banks want to stay in the EU:

“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”

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