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This didn't prevent Kissinger, and the oligarchy he represented, from rolling up tens of thousands of American casualties--and hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese deaths--by interjecting
our country into the Vietnam conflict and then handing the communists the victory.
Of course, Ball being Ball, he couldn't resist interjecting
humor into the fray.
In the wake of this tragedy, some have asserted that America could avoid similar problems in the future by interjecting
religious worship and religious instruction into public schools.
With the exception of President Bush interjecting
Social Security reform into the issue matrix and a slight drop-off in Bush haters, there is little that has changed since last November's presidential election," said Republican pollster Ed Goeas.
American conservatives who have viewed Murdoch as an ally interjecting
a conservative voice into the "mainstream media" should take an even dimmer view of these developments.
Limbaugh's radio program can be avoided, but he's also interjecting
recorded blurbs into other programs at his radio network.
Pumphrey added a humorous light by interjecting
the phrase, ``We'll march in the rain'' - sung to the tune of ``We Shall Overcome.