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wellst0nev0ter Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-23-03 09:23 AM
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Coulter: Gore/Davis Best Argument For Friendly Fire
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here's the operatative paragraphs from her otherwise unreadable screed against us fifth column libs:

Around the time of the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles, Davis was forced to announce that he would decline offers to be Al Gore's running mate. The Associated Press hailed the match-up, noting that Davis and Al Gore were "strikingly similar in background, outlook and demeanor." Perhaps their campaign slogan could have been "bland and blander."

Gore advisers cooed that "Gray would certainly be one of those names that would have to be in the mix." Both were said to be "cautious, moderate 'New Democrats.'" Both were veterans, after a fashion, of Vietnam, which would make a Gore-Davis presidential ticket the only compelling argument yet in favor of friendly fire.


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