How Many Associated Press Reporters Does It Take to Say, "We Don't Know Anything?"
This was the most interesting part of the AP's latest on the veepstakes: Associated Press writers David Espo in Denver, Glen Johnson in Boston, Randall ...
This was the most interesting part of the AP's latest on the veepstakes:
Associated Press writers David Espo in Denver, Glen Johnson in Boston, Randall Chase in Greenville, Del.; Bob Lewis in Richmond, Va. Scott Lindlaw in San Francisco, Angela K. Brown in Waco, Texas, and Jesse Holland in Washington contributed to this report. Pickler reported from Chicago.
I wonder how many of them it would take to change a light bulb.
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