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RC Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-16-03 05:21 AM
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5. Walter Cronkite is correct.
Edited on Sun Nov-16-03 05:48 AM by RC
Instead of fighting amongst themselves, why not take on the object of the candidates running in the first place and express it right up front.
Who would be the best at undoing the damage of the criminals in the White House? What will the Dem candidates do to see that the criminals answer for their crimes.

The answer to these questions are what should keep this country busy for at least the next 4 years.

They are so busy fighting each other over differences of opinion, we don't know what they will do if perchance they do make the Oval Office.

Oh yes, they criticize bu$h and his administration, but what will they do to clean up the mess and keep it from happening again? Except for sound bites, we don't know.

On Edit: Just what have any of the Dem candidates said or done about the Diebold electronic voting machines? Why is that not a big issue with them? The fact that the CEO of Diebold is on record as supporting bu$h should be made into a campaign slogan.
Why are they mostly silent here?
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