Martha Coakley Takes Money From Health Insurance Lobbyists, MA Republican Party ad video, Coakley ties to drug companies, Coakley fundraiser Washington DC, Health care lobbyists, Martha Coakley smear campaign, Health Care Bill

The MA Republican Party has a new video out accusing Martha Coakley of taking money from health insurance lobbyists.

“Martha Coakley says she holds health insurers accountable, then one day later, takes money from the very same health insurance lobbyists at a Washington fundraiser.”

Was this a fair portrayal of Coakley’s ties to lobbyists and drug companies?

You decide.

From the Washington Examiner, January 8, 2010.

“Coakley in trouble? Pharma and HMO lobbyists to the rescue”

“With Democrat Martha Coakley in trouble in the Massachusetts special election to fill Ted Kennedy’s seat, Democrats could lose vote No. 60 for President Obama’s health-care bill. In response, an army of lobbyists for drug companies, health insurance companies, and hospitals has teamed up to throw a high-dollar Capitol Hill fundraiser for Coakley next Tuesday night. The invitation is here.

Of the 22 names on the host committee–meaning they raised $10,000 or more for Coakley–17 are federally registered lobbyists, 15 of whom have health-care clients. Of the other five hosts, one is married to a lobbyist, one was a lobbyist in Pennsylvania, another is a lawyer at a lobbying firm, and another is a corporate CEO. Oh, and of course, there’s also the political action commitee for Boston Scientific Corporation.

All the leading drug companies have lobbyists on Coakley’s host committee: Pfizer, Merck, Amgen, Sanofi-Aventis, Eli Lilly, Novartis, Astra-Zeneca, and more. On the insurance side of things, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, HealthSouth, and United Health all are represented on the host committee.”

“Here are some of Coakley fundraiser hosts with some of their current health care clients:

Thomas Boggs, Patton Boggs: Bristol-Myers Squibb
Chuck Brain, Capitol Hill Strategies: Amgen, BIO, Merck, PhRMA
Susan Brophy, Glover Park Group: Blue Cross, Pfizer
Steven Champlin, Duberstein Group: AHIP, Novartis, Sanofi-Aventis
Licy Do Canto, Raben Group: Amgen
Gerald Cassidy, Cassidy & Associates: U. Mass Memorial Health Care
David Castagnetti, Mehlman, Vogel, Castagnetti: Abbot Labs, AHIP, Astra-Zenaca, General Electric, Humana, Merck, PhRMA.
Steven Elmendorf, Elmendorf Strategies: Medicines Company, PhRMA, United Health
Shannon Finley, Capitol Counsel: Amgen, Astra-Zeneca, Blue Cross, GE, PhRMA, Sanofi-Aventis.
Heather Podesta, Heather Podesta & Partners: Cigna, Eli Lilly, HealthSouth
Tony Podesta, Podesta Group: Amgen, GE, Merck, Novartis.
Robert Raben, Raben Group: Amgen, GE. ”

Read more:

“Fox News Reports On Martha Coakley’s “Controversial” DC Fundraiser With Health Care Lobbyists”

“It won’t be the first time but Martha Coakley smeared Scott Brown tonight outside of her big Washington DC lobbyist fundraiser.

Martha Coakley is a smear merchant.
She already tried to tie Republican Scott Brown to Rush Limbaugh even though the two have never met.

Now tonight Martha Coakley tried to tie Scott Brown to “extreme right groups” who she says are pouring money into Massachusetts. She says this despite the fact that Brown raised over $1.3 million, mostly in small donations, in an online money bomb yesterday. And, she had the gall to say this outside of her Washington DC lobbyist fundraiser where 22 big-time lobbyists from drug, health care and insurance companies met tonight to help bail her campaign out.

Brian Maloney has more on Coakley’s big money fundraiser tonight.

As if Martha Coakleys support from the corrupt establishment wasnt already clear enough, now comes word that a coalition of sleazebag industry lobbyists have teamed up with Bay State Democrats for an eleventh-hour bailout of her faltering campaign.

Many of those involved in this hastily-organized rescue attempt have no Bay State ties, their only allegiance is to piggish K Street – Beltway lobbying firms.”


84 responses to “Martha Coakley Takes Money From Health Insurance Lobbyists, MA Republican Party ad video, Coakley ties to drug companies, Coakley fundraiser Washington DC, Health care lobbyists, Martha Coakley smear campaign, Health Care Bill

  1. Morning All,

    Will get to a report from the field in a few minutes.

    Don’t know if this has already been posted, but I got a lump in my throat watching it:

  2. DenisetheMenace

    Please see next to last post on previous thread.


  3. SueK.
    Great video!
    It ties in with something I was thinking about writing.

  4. Go Scott Go!!!!! I cannot believe the lies and distortions that come out of every single Democrats mouth. This election is going to be the new shot heard around the world!!! From denying that she saw the reporter being slapped up , to distorting the abortion question, to protecting crimminals and politicans who are corrupt as hell. The people of MASS are going to take back their seat on Tuesday JAN. 19 by voting for SCOTT BROWN . I can’t wait to cast that vote!!!!

  5. SueK–left a note for you on previous post

  6. magna carta // January 14, 2010 at 9:57 am

    I think everyone on this forum should apply to these paid PROGRESSIVE jobs.It would be good to spread the RIGHT word and PROGRESS out of this economic rubble
    Magna– infiltration is not a bad idea.
    Secret Agents FOR the people!

  7. SueK,
    left a note for you on the previous post,
    also! Sue’s busy this morning:)

  8. SueK–terrific vid. Thanks for posting.

  9. Morning, CW,

    Would you kindly give DeniseTheMenace my e-mail addy?


  10. The pundits never had to make predicitions under the Hope and Change of Obama’s regime. What was so two years ago is not today. The game plan and rules have changed!

    I am using all the techniques to support Scott Brown’s victory: prayer, visualization, chanting, shouting, and whatever!

    Remove Barack Hussein Obama (aka Steve Dunham, Barry Sotoero) from office in 2010.Failure is not an option. Yes we can! Yes we must!

  11. SueK,
    Am going to watch the video. Thanks for keeping us up-to-date.

  12. Here’s another place Coakley election $ is going in to:

  13. twe // January 14, 2010 at 10:09 am

    Gotcha, twe!

    Under better circumstances, I would take your Mom out to lunch and we could have a nice discussion about Earth processes! It would probably only be interesting to the two of us :).

    She (and you and the family) remain in my prayers.


    Instead of doanting thru Clintonistas you can donate to the traditional organizatiosn that have been around and helping for a long time.
    Salvation Army uses most of your donation to do good deeds not administrative hacks.

    RedState is pitching in here and helping Slavation Army consider donating thru organizations and entities and help our cause.

  15. There are a couple articles on free republic that were interesting. One was about Phil Berg vs Orly again and the other about Lou Dobbs’ defending the birth certificate question as common sense. It seems Orly is getting herself in some kind of trouble. She has a lot of evidence on bo like the social security numbers. I think that all that information should be brought as criminal charges and not in a law suit.

    Coakley is a nasty and evil woman who needs to be voted out. She has nothing good to offer, only mean spirited lying smears against someone who cares about our country and freedom.

  16. SueK: Thank you for your prayers. You are in mine.

  17. SueK,

    We need ….

    New Guards for OUR future security!


  19. Hi Maddie,

    Playing catch up (again)!

    Wow, glad the spraying of the ‘unknown substance’ has stopped. Bells should go off if whatever it is they were spraying was making even the employees sick. Great news!

    You would think there was a volcano under Haiti, but that’s not the case. It is so in the Pacific specifically, Hawaii, where yet another island is forming. It’s to the southwest of the Big Island and won’t be visible on the surface for another 10,000 years in which case, they’ll put some hotels on it so that we can all visit :).

  20. Patriot Dreamer

    twe // January 14, 2010 at 10:21 am

    Is that a “don’t throw me in the briar patch” type of moment? Is Scott Brown daring BO to come to Mass.?

  21. twe— bo needs to STAY OUT of this Senate race, absolutely!

    Instead, I have a “job” for
    him—–Yemen is saying AlQaeda is planning
    another “attack” on the US (Fox News this a.m.)– may I strongly suggest he get his colleagues
    working on this for our security—or doesn’t
    the “i*iot” understand? (sorry for the slam,
    but it’s reality to the rest of us!)

  22. Take Action Sign the Petition

    President Obama promised to make the Health care debate open and transparent. Stop your secret health care shenanigans and let C-SPAN cover the meetings. No more secret sessions. No more sweetheart deals. The American people have a right to know. If you don’t have anything to hide, you would welcome the light. Let the cameras in.

    Now the Democrats are holding secret meetings to negotiate the health care reform bill – and keeping the cameras out. Sign the petition today and demand transparency and an end to the secret meetings and back room deals. Let the cameras in!

  23. If bo dares to go to MA maybe someone
    can push him over into a “fence”/dirt and
    see how he likes it!

  24. I love this comment in this write up (

    This is a potential stunner for the democrats
    Submitted by chazzykc on January 13, 2010 – 10:22pm.

    Even my left wing sister in Brookline is voting for Brown. ILMAO when we chatted about the election and HER perspective that the dems are being colossally arrogant.

    It has been 36 years since a republican, the esteemed Edward Brooke, the first african american popularly elected to a senate seat, won a Senate election in Massachusetts. Brown has picked up 8 points in the Rasmussen in a week.

    For ANY republican to come within 7-10 points of the democratic nominee is considered a moral victory in one of the bluest of states.

    If Brown wins it is a huge political game changer and an absolute catatstrophe for Obama and his radical agenda.

    I can only hope…….

    Annoy a liberal: work hard and be happy.

  25. LM—let government transparency begin
    for ALL! Sign the petition above—great idea!

  26. Patriot Dreamer

    twe // January 14, 2010 at 10:25 am

    The author of that piece has no idea how many BO voters actually regret their vote for him now. Oops!

  27. twe–Annoy a liberal: work hard and be happy

    SueK knows about that (every day):)

    They call themselves “progressive” now.
    Progressively spending us into a deep, dark

  28. Update from the field:

    Scott is all over the talk shows this week and was on with Tom and Todd (680AM, WRKO, Boston) this morning. He said he ‘has his team of poll-watchers ready to go on Tuesday.’ He knows what the moonbats are capable of and he’s ready.

    Lots of talk about Meehan’s manhandling of McCormack in D.C., and they’re no longer calling it a ‘trip and fall.’ The fact that Maatha just stood there and looked on is coming back to bite her in the butt.

    Although some union leaderships are endorsing Maatha, union members are on the record saying they’re voting for Scott, regardless of what their unions say (still not a peep from mine).

    Daughters Ayla and Arianna have a radio spot supporting their Dad, and pretty much calling Coakley a liar for her negative campaigning, and distorting their Dad’s beliefs. It’s extremely effective!

    A guy called in this morning, saying that his 67 year-old Mom, a lifelong Dem, was in the ICU but wanted him to pick up an absentee ballot and bring it to the hospital. Her son asked why, and she said that she had to vote for Scott-that it was important. The son was stunned that she wasn’t voting for the Dem and she said: ‘Back in the day, the Dems were for the working man; now, they’re for the man not working.’

    She hit the nail on the head!

  29. ANOTHER Prez Steve Liar heard from on FCC Regulation and Freedom Strangulation:

  30. Great piece on the reporter incident being Coakley’s Shannon O’Brien (the woman Mitt Romney defeated) moment:

  31. TO:
    Maddie // January 14, 2010 at 10:33 am

    twe–Annoy a liberal: work hard and be happy

    SueK knows about that (every day):)

    They call themselves “progressive” now.
    Progressively spending us into a deep, dark
    Progressively ERODING Freedom, Country and Constitution therefore they are Erosionists not Progressive…more like Aggressive “push to the ground” Erosionists

  32. I am sure that the cocaine belonged to the usurper. Larry Sinclair was right about usurper bo. Bo is still doing cocaine to this day and not just when he was a teenager. It doesn’t surprise me though.

  33. aja // January 14, 2010 at 10:06 am

    Hi aja,


    I started calling friends and neighbors, as well as e-mailing folks I know in different parts of the state. This is in addition to Scott’s phone bank.

    I ‘decorated’ my garage with Scott posters last night and I must say, it looked pretty spiffy this morning (there’s an American flag in the middle of it all). I only know where the garage actually is when I hit the remote…it no longer looks like a garage rather, a Scott Brown shrine :).

    Please, spread the word; getting the vote out is the most important thing. This is no election to skip-it’s too important. Ya, I know it’s cold and there’s always the possibility of snow, but let’s get Scott in the People’s Seat!

  34. Push Martha to the ground
    By Voting for Scott Brown

  35. SueK // January 14, 2010 at 9:57 am
    Hi Sue-I just saw this ad at hillbuzz and I was going to send it to you, but you beat me to it. Very powerful ad, very good. If this were Revolutionary times (I guess it is) I’d be right along side you throwing tea in the harbor.
    1776 (2)

  36. Don in California

    The dems are really running scared!!!

    Brown’s glossy veneer conceals misleading campaign
    By Joan Vennochi
    Globe Columnist / January 14, 2010

    MASSACHUSETTS VOTERS have a serious choice to make.

    They can fall for the frisky, truck-driving guy in a TV commercial – and end up electing a US senator who blocks much of President Obama’s domestic agenda.

    Appalled at arrogant Democrats, Wall Street bankers, and terrorists who sport attack underwear, voters can turn their anger into an excuse for replacing Ted Kennedy with a state senator who is running a clever, but ultimately dishonest campaign.


    He is allegedly for health care reform, except he doesn’t support the historic health care reform legislation that is on the brink of passage in Washington and was Kennedy’s life quest.

  37. Don in California

    This explaines the troll problem a lot of the blogs have;

    Top Obama czar: Infiltrate all ‘conspiracy theorists’
    Presidential adviser wrote about crackdown on expressing opinions
    Posted: January 14, 2010
    12:30 am Eastern

    By Aaron Klein
    © 2010 WorldNetDaily

    Continued Sunstein: “We suggest a distinctive tactic for breaking up the hard core of extremists who supply conspiracy theories: cognitive infiltration of extremist groups, whereby government agents or their allies (acting either virtually or in real space, and either openly or anonymously) will undermine the crippled epistemology of believers by planting doubts about the theories and stylized facts that circulate within such groups, thereby introducing beneficial cognitive diversity.”

    Read more about Cass Sunstein’s agenda in “Shut Up, America!: The End of Free Speech”

    Sunstein said government agents “might enter chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups and attempt to undermine percolating conspiracy theories by raising doubts about their factual premises, causal logic or implications for political action.”

  38. Don in California // January 14, 2010 at 11:52 am

    Hey Don,

    Joan Vennochi needs to put the Kool Aid down for a while.

    What a moonbat!

    This is good to read, though, as CW says when an Obot sneaks through here, ‘it’s good to see the dark side.’

    They’re plenty scared. I think the sale of Depends will hit an all-time high before Tuesday.

  39. OT – Haiti – Amazing Speech

    I watched the Obamessiah’s speech this AM. I was impressed, overall, that it seems his best speech yet. It is the first time that I felt real sentiment and a “soul” – not just an empty Sack of S___ reading some one elses fancy words. But having said that, I was dumbfounded at his most egregious Messianic statement yet – quoting directly:

    “I want to speak directly to the people of Haiti. Few in the world have endured the hardships that you have known. Long before this tragedy, daily life itself was often a bitter struggle. And after suffering so much for so long, to face this new horror must cause some to look up and ask, have we somehow been forsaken? To the people of Haiti, we say clearly, and with conviction, you will not be forsaken; you will not be forgotten.”

    What? Is he now responding to people LOOKING UP and asking questions of God? Is he speaking for God? Is he God? What a frightening buffoon. He started out so well, but couldn’t even get all the way through what should have been an easy straightforward speech.

  40. Don in California @ 12:05 pm
    What is really offensive about their spying, infiltrating, knocking out web-sits is-if they used their talents checking on terrorists that are he** bent for leather attacking and killing Americans here and overseas they could accomplish something. We the opposition are NOT the enemy-we are loyal Americans who believe in the Constitution with an ammendment process which they decided to skip for the Obama installation.

  41. Don in California

    Michelle // January 14, 2010 at 12:23 pm,
    Very true. But, if they did that, they wouldn’t be Dems, now would they?

  42. Sue K Doing all I can to spread the word!!!My Co-Workers and Family are so sick of hearing me!!!! Even got my Staunch Democratic Father to change his vote WOOHOO!!!! Making phone calls and holding signs !!!!! Can’t wait to vote!!!
    You should put a picture up on CW of your garage!!!!

  43. I have a feeling this is going to get lots and lots of people in big trouble.
    House subpoenas Geithner’s AIG e-mails, phone logs
    by DefendUSx January 13, 2010 17:39
    Better delete ’em Geithner, of course if you were using G-mail, you’re in the clear as Google is partnered with the WH for data collection, analysis and censorship.
    WASHINGTON (AP) – A House committee probing bailout deals has subpoenaed the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for correspondence from Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and other officials.
    The House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee is examining New York Fed decisions that funneled billions of dollars to big banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley.
    Geithner was president of the New York Fed at the time. He approved decisions involving the money from the bailout of failed insurer American International Group Inc., according to an earlier watchdog audit.
    In a statement Wednesday, committee chairman Rep. Edolphus Towns, D-N.Y., said he had subpoenaed the New York Fed for documents about the decision to pay off AIG’s business partners and keep their names secret.
    The subpoena demands e-mails, phone logs and meeting notes from Geithner; Stephen Friedman, who succeeded him as New York Fed president; New York Fed general counsel Thomas Baxter; and Sarah Dahlgren,

  44. SueK-check this out to see if you or anyone you know is involved in this suit.
    Two new lawsuits accuse Goldman Sachs, now the most profitable securities firm in Wall Street history, of wasting shareholder money by paying out huge bonuses to its employees.
    Both suits pose an intriguing question: considering the billions in government assistance offered to the financial sector, are the bank’s hugely lucrative bonuses actually good for shareholders? Or, better yet, are they truly reflective of performance?
    The lawsuits, both filed in Manhattan’s New York State Supreme Court, were brought by Illinois’ Central Laborers’ Pension Fund and Illinois shareholder Ken Brown. Each suit alleges that the bank’s much-criticized compensation plan is not structured in the best interest of shareholders. Recently, the Security Police and Fire Professionals of America Retirement Fund filed a similar suit against the company.

  45. aja // January 14, 2010 at 12:30 pm

    Excellent, aja! We get one or two voters at a time (I got my HVAC guy and his wife). I don’t particularly care who’s sick of me at this point :).

    Make those calls; hold those signs!!

    Picking up a disposable digi camera this weekend (mine’s an old Canon). Will see if I can get a shot of the garage, and maybe throw the guinea pigs in there holding tiny ‘Go Scott’ signs for effect.

    We can do this!

  46. Michelle // January 14, 2010 at 12:39 pm

    Hi Michelle,

    No, don’t know anyone, but this is a goodie! Thanks for posting.

  47. SueK @ 12:42 pm
    If you could film this we could make it go viral, and the hillbuzz guys would help. They love stuff like this. Scott looks like he would be kind to small animals, where as Martha would probably stomp them like she does to humans.
    “Picking up a disposable digi camera this weekend (mine’s an old Canon). Will see if I can get a shot of the garage, and maybe throw the guinea pigs in there holding tiny ‘Go Scott’ signs for effect.”

  48. Michelle // January 14, 2010 at 12:34 pm

    I have a feeling this is going to get lots and lots of people in big trouble.
    I wish I was as optimistic as you are. My bet is nothing will happen to Geitner because of this. Hope I’m wrong!

  49. Calif ACORN separating fm national ACORN (couldn’t embed this):

  50. Two points.

    1) If the health care bill is supposed to lower cost and be good for all us citizens and bad for those terrible insurance companies then why would the insurance lobby be giving money to the 60th vote?

    2) In the video above Coakley when asked why she was in Washington she claims that Brown is being supported by extreme right wing “Republican” groups and continues in that same sentence that she is working with “Democrats” both here and in Massachusetts that will support her.

    Republican = BAD
    Democrat =<font color="green" GOOD

  51. I guess I can’t use the font tag…but you get the drift.

  52. Don in California

    For twe:,0,7260819.story

    California ACORN breaks off into new nonprofit group

    The community organization group will keep the same mission and many of the same staffers, but will not belong to the troubled national alliance.
    By Kate Linthicum

    January 13, 2010 | 5:09 a.m

    California ACORN has broken away from its embattled parent organization to form a new nonprofit group, a move that observers say might foreshadow other defections that would seriously undermine one of the nation’s largest and most politically powerful community organizations.

    The new group will have the same mission, will be staffed by many of the same employees who worked for ACORN, and will be funded by most of the same donors, said Amy Schur, the former head organizer for California ACORN.

    Schur sits on the interim board of directors for the new group, the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, which was incorporated in California on Monday. ACCE is seeking federal nonprofit status.

    A spokesman for ACORN declined to comment.

    Schur said ACCE plans changes, including outsourcing accounting and forming an advisory council of 22 community leaders, in order to avoid the problems with finances and management that made ACORN vulnerable to conservative attacks.

    The news comes four months after Congress voted to cut federal funding for ACORN, which advocates for higher minimum wages, access to affordable housing and increased voter registration in low-income communities.

    Congress was under pressure to strip funding from the organization after two undercover activists posing as a pimp and prostitute released secretly recorded videotapes in which they appear to receive advice on tax evasion, human smuggling and child prostitution from ACORN employees in several states.

    ACORN, or the Assn. of Community Organizations for Reform Now, has also been accused of voter registration fraud in several states.

    Although a federal judge ruled in December that the funding cut was unconstitutional, and a Congressional Research Service report found that ACORN had not broken any laws in the last five years, the scandal so tarnished ACORN’s reputation that the California branch, which boasted 48,000 members and an annual operating budget of $3.5 million, decided to break off, Schur said.

    “The level of controversy had become a significant distraction for us,” said Schur, who said members raised the idea of forming a new organization at a statewide board meeting in Oakland in October.

    Schur said California members were looking for local control and were frustrated by a lack of transparency. In 2008, it was revealed that top ACORN leaders had tried to hide the embezzlement of nearly $1 million from the organization nine years ago by the brother of ACORN founder Wade Rathke.

    Read more at link above.

  53. This should be made law in all states for candidates to prove their citizenship and if they are NBC and qualified to run for president/vice president.

  54. Thanks Don in Cali

  55. Coakley denies she said “If I don’t win, it’s going to be he** for the Democrats” at the fundraiser. Witnesses stick to their account:

  56. Sue,

    Where I live, jury lists are compiled from the registered voters list. So I wonder if this cat voted in the 2008 election in Boston. Bet he voted for Obama. Looks like your pets may get to vote after all. : – )

    East Boston cat called to jury duty

  57. Don in California

    CW, you might want to delete my comment at : Don in California // January 14, 2010 at 1:00 pm.

    I just realized that it is copyrighted.




  59. Don in California

    JD // January 14, 2010 at 1:02 pm

    Why do we always have to read this type of news in foreign news? Why doesn’t “any” American news cover this??

    I have given up on American news. I read the comics, the only part of the news worth reading.

  60. Eagle @ 12:49 pm
    This looks like good old fashioned “skimming” to me. The investor invests-Goldman Sachs takes their cut, ? on how many others, by the time the skimming gets done what does the investor get out of the deal? Accountants and lawyers with any curiousty and integrity are going to be examining this with a fine tooth comb. It is the entry that they have probably been looking for and Geitner just opened the door.

  61. Don in California

    What is wrong with Conn.?? They still like obama??

    The survey also finds that President Obama has a 55 percent job approval rating; 41 percent disapprove.

  62. *** New Post ***

  63. Greg Goss @ 12:58
    I guess I am an extreme right wing Democrat (invisible people).
    The Republicans a/k/a the loyal opposition are doing exactly what they should be doing. Presenting their views, fighting any perceived injustice, following the law. If I were in MA I would vote for Scott, he is clearly the much better candidate and that is an understatement.

  64. Linda from NY


    That Video brought tears to my eyes! Thanks so much for sharing!

    May God be with all of you in MA on the 19th to prevail in this assault on our Liberty!

    Happy Day…Linda

  65. Don in California

    They are sure trying their best to divide us. Still calling us vile names (teabaggers) and claiming Brown doesn’t know anything about the tea parties.

  66. I am having trouble getting into Orly’s website today…..anyone else?

  67. Linda from NY

    Obama Approval Index History

  68. READ http://WWW.WND.COM




  69. “Ms No Assets” Coakley says:

    There are no terrorists in Afghanistan, they’re in USA at Republican Tea Part

    Want your taxes to go Down?
    Vote Republican Scott Brown

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