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A Truly Momentous Decision - Kerry ad in USA Today
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A Truly Momentous Decision
Within a matter of days, the Senate could face a truly momentous decision one with consequences that will reverberate across America for decades to come.

Senator Frist, the Republican Majority Leader, has a plan to make President Bushs judicial nominations immune to a Senate filibuster. If he can convince enough Republican Senators to go along, the nomination and confirmation of judges will become a tightly-controlled, one-party affair.

When Republican Senators returned to Washington after their last recess, the johnkerry.com community greeted them with a powerful message in the USA Today.

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Please let us know right now that we can count you among those who support our call for Republican Senators to stand on principle. Thanks for helping with this important effort.

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  -A Truly Momentous Decision - Kerry ad in USA Today paineinthearse  Apr-11-05 04:02 PM   #0 
  - What program or policy are the Repubs willing to lose if they go forward ?  EVDebs   Apr-11-05 04:05 PM   #1 
  - I think the Dem Senators should vote "no" for all bad nominees.  James T. Kirk   Apr-11-05 04:15 PM   #2 
  - Won't work  tkmorris   Apr-11-05 05:37 PM   #4 
     - It wouldn't be so much a rubber stamp ...  James T. Kirk   Apr-11-05 07:58 PM   #17 
  - Glad he's leading this BUT how much money does he have  Laura PackYourBags   Apr-11-05 05:19 PM   #3 
  - Although I don't really believe you mean the question sincerely,  cestpaspossible   Apr-11-05 05:46 PM   #5 
  - OK, so are you saying the ad is more than $7.25 million ?  Laura PackYourBags   Apr-11-05 05:50 PM   #6 
     - OK so are you saying that Antwerp is in the Belgian Congo?  cestpaspossible   Apr-11-05 06:02 PM   #7 
     - That was hysterical  LittleClarkie   Apr-11-05 06:13 PM   #9 
     - No, he's saying that Kerry is giving the money where needed in the party  LittleClarkie   Apr-11-05 06:12 PM   #8 
     - What's ironic is that Brazile started this attack, and HER guy  cestpaspossible   Apr-11-05 06:21 PM   #10 
        - NO SHIT! What was up with that?  LittleClarkie   Apr-11-05 06:47 PM   #14 
     - The money left over was Primary money...  kerrygoddess   Apr-11-05 06:49 PM   #15 
  - Recount money was used to pay for lawyers  kerrygoddess   Apr-11-05 06:41 PM   #11 
     - The 17000 lawyers or so?  LittleClarkie   Apr-11-05 06:45 PM   #13 
  - We got ads everywhere! Or Kerry does!  kerrygoddess   Apr-11-05 06:43 PM   #12 
  - Thank you, it is SOOO good to see him in a crowd again. n/t  demokatgurrl   Apr-11-05 06:53 PM   #16 
 

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