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Congress Debates Merits of New Catchphrase (17 Apr. 2008)

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Rep. William Cummings (D-VA) defends his use of the slang word "pronk" as a legitimate catchphrase.

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Rep. William Cummings (D-VA) defends his use of the slang word "pronk" as a legitimate catchphrase.

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