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Bloodless Thai Coup

Thailand went through a bloodless coup while the President was out in the United States to address the United Nations. What do you think?
  • "I'm looking forward to seeing this on the political edition of While You Were Out."

    Cindy Daniels
    Cashier
  • "This is all in accordance with Thailand's 'Whoever sits in the President's chair is the President' policy."

    Chad Brackmeyer
    Systems Analyst
  • "It's not the best solution to removing a corrupt leader, but it sure does the job better than the electoral college."

    Brian Knuth
    Medical Receptionist