Political Thanksgiving

Political Thanksgiving
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Every four years, Americans engage in a time-honored tradition.

They sit around a big dinner table, and get into arguments about the Presidential election.

Because this is the first time in eight years since we've elected a new President, we wanted to hear from you about memories of political Thanksgivings past. Or about what you expect - or dread - might happen around this year's table.

Leave us a comment. If yours is particularly funny, horrific or just compelling, we might ask you to phone us and read it. Then we'll run it on the air, and you'll REALLY be in trouble on Turkey Day!



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