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PROGRESSIVE1 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-18-04 01:41 PM
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22. and Iowa really picked a winner, didn't they?
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  -Iowa Dems think caucuses are safe for 08 janx  Dec-18-04 10:44 AM   #0 
  - Joy!  DeaconBlues   Dec-18-04 10:48 AM   #1 
  - and Iowa really picked a winner, didn't they?  PROGRESSIVE1   Dec-18-04 01:41 PM   #22 
  - "growing sentiment within the party to ask McAuliffe to continue "?  Yuugal   Dec-18-04 10:52 AM   #2 
  - Planting the seeds for another electoral defeat in 2008  IndianaGreen   Dec-18-04 10:55 AM   #3 
  - Note *this* logic:  janx   Dec-18-04 11:02 AM   #5 
     - I'm not a Deaniac....  Yuugal   Dec-18-04 11:09 AM   #7 
        - Ironically, the chaos of the Iowa caucus process allows  janx   Dec-18-04 11:15 AM   #8 
           - Chaos is difficult to manipulate  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 12:07 PM   #14 
              - I didn't say that chaos can be manipulated.  janx   Dec-18-04 12:13 PM   #15 
              - Usually when this comes up  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 12:31 PM   #16 
                 - I may seem like an idealist on this one--  janx   Dec-18-04 12:42 PM   #18 
                    - democracy is messy  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 03:35 PM   #25 
                       - Mess is fine. Second choices are fine. We had caucuses in my state.  janx   Dec-18-04 05:11 PM   #26 
                          - What exactly happened that you object to?  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 05:23 PM   #27 
                          - You can't be that naive. n/t  janx   Dec-18-04 05:28 PM   #28 
                             - I'm wondering what grand scheme you object to  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 05:31 PM   #29 
                                - Many people harbor these notions after a rocky election.  DemOperative   Dec-18-04 05:38 PM   #31 
                          - There's no need to worry about the party.  DemOperative   Dec-18-04 05:36 PM   #30 
                             - That's exactly what I object to...  janx   Dec-18-04 05:48 PM   #33 
                             - The "professionals" don't exactly have strong backing  Pithy Cherub   Dec-18-04 06:10 PM   #37 
              - Dean Dean Dean  Cheswick2.0   Dec-18-04 06:15 PM   #38 
                 - Do you have a point?  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 06:18 PM   #39 
                    - even topics that have nothing to do with Dean become about Dean for  Cheswick2.0   Dec-18-04 06:24 PM   #40 
                       - Even forums that aren't about Dean  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 06:28 PM   #42 
  - That's probably the most unbelievable statement in the article.  janx   Dec-18-04 10:58 AM   #4 
  - I'm an Iowa Dem and I sure as Hell don't want Terry staying around.  Pirate Smile   Dec-18-04 01:25 PM   #20 
     - Please let these people know!  janx   Dec-18-04 01:32 PM   #21 
  - Absolutely insane  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 11:38 AM   #9 
  - The 48 irrelevant states, should butt-out  rfkrfk   Dec-18-04 11:06 AM   #6 
  - Just because your candidate got smashed in Iowa  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 11:39 AM   #10 
  - See my post #8.  janx   Dec-18-04 11:46 AM   #11 
  - Iowa should be puninshed because of their poor track record.  Kahuna   Dec-18-04 11:56 AM   #12 
     - the Midwest should be a Democratic stronghold  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 12:05 PM   #13 
        - Yeah okay. Whatever. I ain't buying it. But I have no problem..  Kahuna   Dec-18-04 12:32 PM   #17 
           - I wish we could all vote/caucus on the same day. n/t  janx   Dec-18-04 01:17 PM   #19 
              - Impossible.  DemOperative   Dec-18-04 05:39 PM   #32 
  - Don't states get to choose when they hold their primaries I'M CONFUSED  Hippo_Tron   Dec-18-04 01:48 PM   #23 
  - Yes and No  Radical Activist   Dec-18-04 03:28 PM   #24 
     - So what happens when both parties are having REAL primaries  Hippo_Tron   Dec-20-04 02:44 AM   #46 
  - If some people think Iowa....  Citizen Kang   Dec-18-04 05:57 PM   #34 
  - Get THIS through YOUR head...  Kahuna   Dec-18-04 06:04 PM   #35 
  - Streamlining the primary process gave us a very strong  DemOperative   Dec-18-04 06:04 PM   #36 
     - This candidate was so strong he LOST against the worst prez in history!  high density   Dec-18-04 06:26 PM   #41 
        - Yes. But the process works. Think of it as a kind of aerodynamics.  DemOperative   Dec-18-04 06:48 PM   #43 
  - Big ego, self-centered LOSERS! (nt)  w4rma   Dec-18-04 07:23 PM   #44 
  - Sounds like they are stuck in the mud...  Castilleja   Dec-18-04 09:17 PM   #45 
 

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