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This would also give the president more wiggle room to ignore the recommendations if the commission suggests, for example, raising taxes on people earling less than $250,000 a year, which would break an Obama campaign promise.
At his ‘earling’ upon the lake, the baby Titus casts away those ancient symbols of his office into the water and reaches out towards the orphaned daughter of his wet-nurse Keda, his foster sister who will become the feral child ‘The Thing’.
Now it was clear as day that -- always provided the man Christ Jesus can be and is with his disciples always to the end of the world -- a tradesman might just as soon have Jesus behind the counter with him, teaching him to buy and sell IN HIS NAME, that is, as he would have done it, as an earl riding over his lands might have him with him, teaching him how to treat his farmers and cottagers -- all depending on how the one did his trading and the other his earling.