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Commerce Secretary Involved In Hit-And-Run

U.S. commerce secretary John Bryson was involved in a hit-and-run in Los Angeles when his vehicle struck a car stopped at a train tracks. What do you think?

  • "To think Bryson came to office promising that no one would ever hear of him."

    Mike Williams
    Tray Packer
  • "This was a bad stunt to pull in an election year. Just hold off until November, and then you can kill as many people as you want."

    Rona Calvert
    Systems Analyst
  • “Oh, Jesus, the commerce secretary? I was planning on buying and selling goods like crazy this week. Am I totally fucked?”

    Will Sterling
    Grating-Machine Operator
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