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Farewell, Ford

Deal, or no deal?

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Babalu, "an island on the net without a bearded dictator," issues a send-off to the recently departed Gerald Ford. After decrying Ford's pardon of Nixon and a lackluster 1976 presidential campaign that "led directly to Jimmy Carter's victory and the subsequent disastrous four years of his presidency," Babalu offers this apt farewell:

Rest well, Mr. President. I wish you hadn't taken so many secrets to the grave.

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