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EAMcClure Donating Member (178 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-23-03 07:25 PM
Response to Reply #30
33. Tell it to the judge
Clinton is still a necessary force in world politics. As an added bonus, he is no longer in a position to compromise the country to death.

I think on the international stage he could be as invaluable an asset as Carter...

I can understand the frustration, but Clinton is not running for President. And the EASIEST thing in the world for a Dean or a Clark or a Kucinich to do is disagree with Clinton and say "NO, I WILL NOT MOVE ON!" How does this damage the left?

Eric
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