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Do you enjoy swimming?
'Tis a decent endeavor for children, and I must admit I do indulge myself a brief jaunt in the lake from time to time.
Recreation? Harumph - I've no time for such trifles. Far too much to do!
It is dangerous to submerge one's head in water at anytime, for the hand of the oppressor may seize the opportunity to hold it there.
Yes - it's my favorite leisure activity.
Do you support Obamacare?
That law is an outrage - a fundamental violation of the free market principles upon which our economy is based!
Most certainly! It is the responsibility of the government to ensure the health and well-being of its citizens.
It is far too soon to say; what interests me is the intensity of the controversy.
This laughably toothless legislation has accomplished little more than making a mockery of the process by which it was wrought.
What is your favorite television show?
American Horror Story
Diners, Drive-ins & Dives with Guy Fieri
The Newsroom
The Colbert Report
Do you enjoy traveling abroad?
I love nothing more.
Why travel, when there is so much intrigue at home?
Yes, but only to monitor our nation's enemies.
Travel terrifies me - I've had some bad experiences.
Are you afraid of doctors?
Indeed - I rely on them, for I seem to be perpetually infirm.
What is there to fear? I am invincible!
Not really - though I believe traditional Western medicine has certain limitations.
It is difficult to imagine anything more foolish than willingly placing oneself in a position to be so easily dispatched.
Have you ever considered joining the military?
The only thing less trustworthy than the military is the government which commands it.
Let others defend our nations borders - I prefer to guard its soul.
Perhaps, but only if there were no better option.
I have indeed - in fact, I fought bravely in defense of this great nation.
Have you always known what you want to be when you grow up?
Only a fool believes himself to have any control over what he becomes.
Absolutely - ever since I was a child.
I've always wanted to follow in my parents' footsteps.
My path has been varied, but I'm quite pleased with where I've ended up.
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