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bearfartinthewoods Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-27-03 02:31 PM
Response to Reply #45
48. those coatails are a figment of the dean's camp's immagination
imho.

i can't find a Dean supporter around here with a fine toothed comb.
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  -Are the other nine Democratic candidates riding Dean's coattails? w4rma  Sep-27-03 12:53 PM   #0 
  - No  dralston   Sep-27-03 01:19 PM   #1 
  - When you consider the totality of their careers, I think Kucinich has been  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:27 PM   #2 
  - Well that tree still fell  JohnKleeb   Sep-27-03 01:44 PM   #12 
     - I agree with most everything that Kucinich currently supports.  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:49 PM   #19 
     - I know you did look I damn well realize that Dean attacks  JohnKleeb   Sep-27-03 01:52 PM   #21 
     - I agree fully with your post. (n/t)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:56 PM   #24 
        - Thank you  JohnKleeb   Sep-27-03 02:07 PM   #33 
     - Then you have to admit  MuseRider   Sep-27-03 02:01 PM   #28 
        - Explain. I'm not really interested whether I'm insulting some candidate  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:04 PM   #30 
           - I am not sure what you are asking.  MuseRider   Sep-27-03 02:18 PM   #41 
           - I wasnt offended either honestly but I do wonder why  JohnKleeb   Sep-27-03 02:21 PM   #44 
              - John  MuseRider   Sep-27-03 02:32 PM   #49 
           - It is about Bush  DemDogs   Sep-27-03 03:04 PM   #61 
              - See my posts #13 and #27 for my response (I'm copying #27 here)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 03:10 PM   #62 
                 - Dean has gotten his message  MuseRider   Sep-27-03 03:26 PM   #65 
                    - Dean Says Jobs Come Before Fixing Budget  w4rma   Sep-27-03 03:31 PM   #68 
                       - Let me publicly  MuseRider   Sep-27-03 03:39 PM   #71 
                          - Thanks!  w4rma   Sep-27-03 03:59 PM   #72 
     - Even if you didn't know the tree fell  dralston   Sep-27-03 02:05 PM   #31 
        - Yep  JohnKleeb   Sep-27-03 02:10 PM   #37 
  - wow thanks and I agree completely  JohnKleeb   Sep-27-03 01:40 PM   #9 
  - No  Padraig18   Sep-27-03 01:28 PM   #3 
  - Why not?  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:35 PM   #4 
     - I disagree too.  Bleachers7   Sep-27-03 01:37 PM   #6 
        - Bingo. That's my point: People are noticing.  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:45 PM   #13 
           - Then why aren't people flocking to Dean?  Bleachers7   Sep-27-03 01:49 PM   #17 
              - IMHO, it's name recognition. Clark is behind in states where  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:58 PM   #26 
                 - You all used to argue that no one knows who Clark is.  Bleachers7   Sep-27-03 02:07 PM   #32 
                    - His supporters know that he's a Democratic retired army general.  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:19 PM   #42 
  - not everything is about Dean ...  Pepperbelly   Sep-27-03 01:36 PM   #5 
  - I'm not talking about Democratic support of other Democratic candidates  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:39 PM   #8 
     - neither ...  Pepperbelly   Sep-27-03 01:41 PM   #10 
        - Who has made people more aware of "it"? (n/t)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:46 PM   #14 
           - Time is  Pepperbelly   Sep-27-03 01:49 PM   #18 
              - They didn't notice in 2002. They had 2 years to notice.  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:51 PM   #20 
                 - when I was in the navy ...  Pepperbelly   Sep-27-03 02:02 PM   #29 
                    - You're essentially saying that for some reason in 2002, folks  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:10 PM   #36 
                       - that's where you're wrong ...  Pepperbelly   Sep-27-03 02:12 PM   #39 
                          - Back to my trained vs. untrained point  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:31 PM   #47 
                             - so we should ...  Pepperbelly   Sep-27-03 02:34 PM   #51 
                                - We should elect Dean as President of the United States of America (n/t)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:35 PM   #53 
                                   - only IF he gets the nomination!  Pepperbelly   Sep-27-03 02:36 PM   #54 
                                      - I totally agree.  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:43 PM   #58 
  - if so, so what?  bearfartinthewoods   Sep-27-03 01:37 PM   #7 
  - If Dean lost his platform to attack Bush from, would Bush's numbers  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:43 PM   #11 
  - Dean has no Congress coatails.  Bleachers7   Sep-27-03 01:48 PM   #16 
  - You're dead wrong on that.  w4rma   Sep-27-03 01:54 PM   #22 
     - Dean supporters have an inferiority complex.  Bleachers7   Sep-27-03 02:08 PM   #35 
     - Clark supporters have an inferiority complex.  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:12 PM   #38 
        - It is more ridiculouser when you say it.  Bleachers7   Sep-27-03 02:14 PM   #40 
     - Perot voters were the new "disaffected voters" in 92.  blm   Sep-27-03 02:26 PM   #46 
  - Dean isn't the only one criticizing bush ten voices  bearfartinthewoods   Sep-27-03 02:07 PM   #34 
     - The coattails that are helping the Democratic Party as a whole  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:24 PM   #45 
        - those coatails are a figment of the dean's camp's immagination  bearfartinthewoods   Sep-27-03 02:31 PM   #48 
           - Try these combs  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:34 PM   #52 
  - This "talent,"  Eloriel   Sep-27-03 01:46 PM   #15 
     - Well said Eloriel  hooligan   Sep-27-03 01:58 PM   #25 
     - that 'talent' can also be viewed as him taking the only shot he had  bearfartinthewoods   Sep-27-03 02:33 PM   #50 
  - No.  LWolf   Sep-27-03 01:54 PM   #23 
  - That's my point: People are noticing.  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:01 PM   #27 
     - I agree that this election is a referendum on Bush's presidency.  LWolf   Sep-27-03 02:37 PM   #55 
        - What is your explanation of the mechanism for "riding coattails"? (n/t)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:41 PM   #57 
           - Mechanism?  LWolf   Sep-27-03 03:31 PM   #67 
              - "in deciding to run in the primary", no  w4rma   Sep-27-03 03:35 PM   #70 
                 - my opinion is different, w4irma,  LWolf   Sep-27-03 07:07 PM   #78 
  - The corporate media just gave him the most attention  blm   Sep-27-03 02:20 PM   #43 
  - No, blm, this is why Dean got the corporate media's attention  w4rma   Sep-27-03 02:39 PM   #56 
     - IGNORED Conason's article again?  blm   Sep-27-03 02:53 PM   #59 
        - That was the media and they were doing it to try to marginalize Dean (n/t)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 03:19 PM   #64 
           - Ignored Conason's article again?  blm   Sep-27-03 03:32 PM   #69 
              - My post #2 works for Kerry, with small changes, also (paraphrased here)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 04:08 PM   #73 
                 - Without questioning WHY the media chose to ignore Kerry & Gore?  blm   Sep-27-03 04:37 PM   #74 
                    - The media ignored Dean, also, until ... (copy of post #56)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 04:41 PM   #75 
                       - Baloney..The more the media called Dean antiwar liberal  blm   Sep-27-03 07:03 PM   #77 
  - Maybe but so what?  MIMStigator   Sep-27-03 02:58 PM   #60 
  - See posts #11 and #58 (I'm copying them here)  w4rma   Sep-27-03 03:14 PM   #63 
  - I like your theory.  poskonig   Sep-27-03 03:28 PM   #66 
  - How come every thread on this board...  w13rd0   Sep-27-03 06:54 PM   #76 
  - Yes  Upfront   Sep-27-03 07:37 PM   #79 
 

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