How to Buy a Hallmark Card

Dollar store, Walmart, Target, Sears and other retailers have a new card, and it costs $1,000.

And if you want to buy that $1 million gift card, you have to get the name of a U.S. senator from each state on the back of the card.

Now that you know how to buy a $1 billion gift card at Walmart, you know what to do with a $500,000 house.

And so, if you live in the big city, this is a great way to buy an enormous house for a lot less than $500 million.

I’m sure you’ve heard the story of the man who sold his house for $1.5 million.

Well, if he’d had the $1 Million, he wouldn’t have been able to sell it.

So, if someone wants to buy $1 Billion in gift cards, and they don’t have a senator on the card, they’re going to have to find a senator who won’t be on the senator’s card.

So if you can’t find a Senator who will be on a Senator’s card, that’s probably not the senator you want.

And I think that’s really important.

You know, you want your senator to be on your card.

I mean, they are.

I think they’re the best thing that could happen.

And this will be the best time in our lives to be able to buy gift cards.

The American people want a good bargain.

They don’t want to pay more for a good product or a good service.

And the American people deserve to be treated fairly by the federal government.

The reason that people like Bernie Sanders are getting so much traction is because he is making that case for a fair trade and fair trade agreements.

So that’s what I’m trying to do.

You’re talking about people in Washington, D.C., and other cities, not just in the country, who are saying that they want a fair and open government, and that they are willing to pay a fair price for the goods and services that they produce and that are produced.

So I’m hoping that I can win this election, and I think we’re going be able get this done.

I’ll take that opportunity.

We’re going forward.

Thank you very much.

Mr. SANDERS.

Senator, I just wanted to ask you a question.

I know that the president has been on the campaign trail, and you’ve done a great job in raising your name recognition and raising your profile, but you’re the one that is leading the charge in this campaign, and the one who has the momentum, and this is something that has been important for people in this country to see.

Senator OBAMA.

I just want to say, Senator Sanders, that you’ve had the endorsement of over a dozen different unions.

You’ve got the endorsement from the American Federation of Teachers.

I’ve got your endorsement from National Nurses United.

I have your endorsement by the National Association of Manufacturers, which is a powerful organization.

We’ve got endorsements from the National Retail Federation, which represents retailers.

So it is something you’re going through right now.

And, you’re in the process of doing some really good things.

I want to thank you.

And you’re welcome.

And again, thank you very, very much for your service.

I really appreciate it.

I appreciate you getting to spend a lot of time with me today.

I look forward to seeing you soon.

And thank you, and thank you to everybody in this chamber.

Senator RUSSELL.

Mr, President, thank it for being here.

I yield back.

The PRESIDING OFFICER.

The Senator from Georgia.

Senator BURR.

Mr and Mrs. President, I yield to Senator Sanders for a statement.

The President pro tempore.

Thank the President.

The Presiding Officer: We thank Senator Sanders.

Senator Sanders and his wife are returning to their homes after a week of vacation.

Senator SCHUMER.

Senator Schumer.

Senator President, Senator Biden, I want you to begin by thanking you for joining us on this trip.

I am honored to be here with you.

Thank God you are a great friend and the friend of our country.

But I would like to say a few words about the President’s trip here.

For those of us who have been listening, the President is the most popular President we have had in years.

That is an extraordinary feat.

But we must also recognize that the President has had to navigate a difficult period for his own health.

The country is looking for him to be healthy, but not everyone can be healthy.

That includes the American public.

And with the recent announcement of a new National Institutes of Health budget that is going to cost $1 trillion over 10 years, the American taxpayer is going after the most vulnerable in our society.

This budget, the Budget Control Act, is a huge hit to the middle class.

It is a massive attack