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I've removed the previous edit. It looks more like a talk page comment, so this is where it should be:
Franklin allows any and all opposing views. He was paid as an actor in lottery commercials, not by the state, but by an ad agency. He also received the job as under the previous administration, which was held by a Democrat. His show features all points of view. Even the Sun article by Andrw Green concedes that Franklin's role as an actor in the commercials did not involve a conflict. The previous submission was obviously based in a partisian attempt to rewrite the truth.
Please try to discuss these changes on this talk page. We can include both points of view as long as they're properly sourced.. - N(talk) 03:28, 17 January 2006 (UTC)