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    RIP Charles Krauthammer

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    Smart guy. Sounds like he put up a good fight. May he RIP.
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    Charles Krauthammer will be missed. I mentioned earlier that Bret Baier said that some of his favorite time spent with Charles was when Krauthammer's sense of humor came out during commercial breaks.

    Rest in peace, Doctor Krauthammer.
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    Will be missed by many. Always interesting to listen to. Don’t get any smarter. Sad day
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    The late Dr. Krauthammer's book, titled "Things That Matter", is a nice collection of the articles that he wrote during his publishing career. I bought the book years ago and began re-reading it a few weeks ago upon his press release stating that he did not have much more time with us. Say what you will about the man or his politics, also consider that anyone intelligent enough to be admitted to Harvard, let alone it's medical school, was someone more on the ball than most of us could aspire to be.

    RIP to a great man and his towering intellect,

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    I listened to his opinions often. He was a very humble man whose wisdom was beyond what most of us will ever know.
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    I sure did love to hate Charles. Almost ALWAYS good points, rather I liked what he said or not.
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