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I found this article in the New Hampshire Union Leader oddly amusing:
A feud between state Republican Chairman Fergus Cullen and conservative activist and state Rep. Fran Wendelboe spilled over into a comment section on UnionLeader.com yesterday.
Cullen and Wendelboe went at each other in posts reacting to "The Granite Status" political column, which reported on efforts by the New Hampshire Reagan Network, headed by Wendelboe and activist Sam Pimm, to get more conservatives elected to the Republican State Committee.
Questions: Will there be a follow-up article that looks at the comments on this article -- the one that was about the comments on the previous article? And, if you comment on this blog post, will I write a post about those comments, thereby creating a blog post about the comments on a blog post that was about a newspaper article that was about comments on a different newspaper article?
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