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  1. Richard Raeburn:

    If the CNAVs are abolished then what we will see is greater concentration of cash with national champion banks and that is not a good thing for systemic risk or for practical operation of liquidity management for companies.

  2. Marianne Williamson:

    The first enslaved persons are brought over in 1619, slavery not abolished until 1865. That's 250 years, followed by another hundred years of institutionalized violence against black people, that's 350 years of institutionalized violence.

  3. Jonathan Fahey:

    It's kind of interesting how he's trying to walk this back now because he's running for election, trying to center himself to the middle, he was associated with groups, liked tweets and other stuff to show that he wanted ICE abolished and it's really just anti-ICE. He and others have been on this crusade to just take down ICE, demonize ICE agents in every single respect by calling them racists, delegitimizing what they're doing, and treating them like they're doing something heavy-handed, unlawful, when they're simply just doing their job, trying to keep our communities safe and our country safe. … It really is disgraceful.

  4. Dusanka Glid:

    Theaters never closed ... not even during the Spanish flu (pandemic) or plague or cholera, it is as if they are being abolished, as if they are redundant.

  5. G. C. Lichtenberg:

    Actual aristocracy cannot be abolished by any law all the law can do is decree how it is to be imparted and who is to acquire it.

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