8/09/2005 12:04:00 AM|W|P|Chris Woods|W|P|Sorry, folks, but this site is shutting down, with this being our 1555th post. To go to a bigger and better site! Check out the new Political Forecast on our own domain! Same old stuff, great new place. Make sure you update your bookmarks accordingly. And if you want the new RSS feed, click here. Enjoy the new site! Tags: |W|P|112287265565607523|W|P|The big news you've all been waiting for...|W|P|christopherdwoods@gmail.com10/01/2005 11:00:00 PM|W|P|Blogger TS|W|P|Nice Blog!!!   I thought I'd tell you about a site that will let give you places where
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