Opening Mail from White House-Hopeful 'Friends' Commentator John Carroll has been receiving a lot of mail from friends lately. Well, they're not really friends; they just write as if they were. He's opened letters from Hillary and Bill Clinton, John Edwards, John McCain and Rudy Giuliani. They all make him feel so special. But John suspects it's because they all want his money.
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Opening Mail from White House-Hopeful 'Friends'

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Opening Mail from White House-Hopeful 'Friends'

Opening Mail from White House-Hopeful 'Friends'

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Commentator John Carroll has been receiving a lot of mail from friends lately.

Well, they're not really friends; they just write as if they were.

He's opened letters from Hillary and Bill Clinton, John Edwards, John McCain and Rudy Giuliani.

They all make him feel so special, but Carroll suspects it's because they all want his money.

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