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    Convention thoughts from Tom Webb


    Sunday, August 29, 2004

    On the right track 

    One Amtrak employee Sunday certainly captured the spirit of the political conventions, where superlatives run as thick as confetti.

    As the train from Washington was leaving for New York, he welcomed aboard any GOP delegates, and added, "we hope you have the best convention ever in the history of the world."





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