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ProudToBeLiberal Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-12-05 02:48 PM
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15. Kerrites refuse to acknowledge that Dean would have been better off
Edited on Thu May-12-05 02:49 PM by ProudToBeLiberal
you're just using circular logic man.
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  -What' s behind all of Kos's attacks on Kerry? second edition  May-12-05 02:14 PM   #0 
  - Oh interesting conspiracy theory.  ProudToBeLiberal   May-12-05 02:17 PM   #1 
  - Uh, his honest opinion?  democracyindanger   May-12-05 02:24 PM   #2 
  - I actually did something like that yesterday  LittleClarkie   May-12-05 02:29 PM   #5 
  - Can't get on the site.  second edition   May-12-05 02:31 PM   #8 
     - You'd expect a different response from Dean?  democracyindanger   May-12-05 02:39 PM   #14 
        - Well, as DLC chairmain he shouldn't want to have our party split  second edition   May-12-05 06:08 PM   #29 
           - Well, I certainly expect that somebody complaining would know the diff-  democracyindanger   May-12-05 09:45 PM   #42 
           - I have a healthy concern for Party Unity but...  Tom Rinaldo   May-13-05 11:54 AM   #61 
  - Kos appears to deny that is his motivation  LittleClarkie   May-12-05 02:28 PM   #3 
  - Isn't it possible that KOS thinks Kerry's stance on GLBT isn't good enough   May-12-05 04:23 PM   #17 
     - Well, I don't think Kos' stance on pro-choice is good enough  LittleClarkie   May-12-05 04:30 PM   #18 
  - I think a lot of Deaniacs, like Kos, want to take down Kerry.  David Dunham   May-12-05 02:28 PM   #4 
  - Considering that he's not running next time  LittleClarkie   May-12-05 02:31 PM   #9 
  - Agreed!  second edition   May-12-05 02:35 PM   #12 
  - Kerrites refuse to acknowledge that Dean would have been better off  ProudToBeLiberal   May-12-05 02:48 PM   #15 
     - He didn't even make it out of the primaries  LittleClarkie   May-12-05 04:32 PM   #19 
        - wait from that logic you're saying McCain would have lost the general  ProudToBeLiberal   May-12-05 05:52 PM   #25 
        - Of the objective was to run against BUSH, then then it makes sense  LittleClarkie   May-12-05 06:07 PM   #28 
           - yeah but you're ignoring the "electable argument" nt  ProudToBeLiberal   May-12-05 06:15 PM   #32 
              - With good reason  LittleClarkie   May-12-05 06:37 PM   #37 
        - Yeah! Now thats a statement based on true findings not feelings.  second edition   May-12-05 06:10 PM   #30 
  - Yeah. "Someone put him up to it."  11cents   May-12-05 02:30 PM   #6 
  - I'm not up on the stories  LittleClarkie   May-12-05 02:33 PM   #10 
  - I wasn't implying anything here.  second edition   May-12-05 02:34 PM   #11 
     - Please. You asked if "someone put him up to it."  11cents   May-12-05 02:38 PM   #13 
        - Well, when that blogger is attempting to divide our Party  second edition   May-12-05 06:13 PM   #31 
  - I agree SE.  politicasista   May-12-05 02:30 PM   #7 
  - re: What's behind all of Kos's......  BobRossi   May-12-05 02:56 PM   #16 
  - I don't give a rat's ass about what Kos thinks of Kerry  zulchzulu   May-12-05 04:40 PM   #20 
  - Amen  politicasista   May-12-05 05:15 PM   #23 
  - I think the democrats are in on it  rniel   May-12-05 04:44 PM   #21 
  - Mediocre Effort? Half Asleep? Kerry Worked Endlessly, Where Were You?  cryingshame   May-12-05 06:25 PM   #33 
  - Are you saying Kerry should be immune to criticism because he  shance   May-12-05 04:56 PM   #22 
  - Kerry has been a very vocal spokesperson for our party.  second edition   May-12-05 06:25 PM   #34 
  - He doesn't like Kerry...that's it, end of story  bonzotex   May-12-05 05:50 PM   #24 
  - Dean and Kerry have a great relationship. They talk constantly, and have  blm   May-12-05 06:00 PM   #26 
  - I am aware of that. I gave money to Dean on Kerry's urging.  second edition   May-12-05 06:28 PM   #35 
  - Gee, I's just so hard to believe Kos might actually, ya know  LeftCoast   May-12-05 06:00 PM   #27 
  - Kos is entitled to dislike whomever.  second edition   May-12-05 06:32 PM   #36 
     - Not entitled to splinter the party?  LeftCoast   May-12-05 11:07 PM   #46 
     - Would it be fair to say  EST   May-13-05 12:19 AM   #54 
  - I agree with the attacks, and I'm hardly a Dean man.  carpetbagger   May-12-05 06:54 PM   #38 
  - John Kerry came within 60,000 votes of winning the election.  wisteria   May-12-05 09:18 PM   #40 
     - I fear that is as close as he will get.  carpetbagger   May-12-05 09:46 PM   #43 
  - LOL "Dean needs to come out and make a statement."  Clarkie1   May-12-05 06:56 PM   #39 
  - It is when he is responsible for fund raising and party unity  wisteria   May-12-05 09:58 PM   #44 
     - The chair of the democratic party has no interest in telling some blogger  Clarkie1   May-13-05 12:32 AM   #55 
  - Maybe he's now a paid consultant for one of  Skwmom   May-12-05 09:44 PM   #41 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-12-05 11:01 PM   #45 
  - I think he is new here.  politicasista   May-12-05 11:09 PM   #47 
  - Noooo...we couldn't possibly have legitimate reasons to dislike the guy...  LeftCoast   May-12-05 11:11 PM   #48 
     - "accept the legitimacy of those who don't like him"  zulchzulu   May-12-05 11:26 PM   #49 
        - He's not a bad Democrat  LeftCoast   May-12-05 11:32 PM   #50 
        - Lookee! He's backing away from his Kerry-bashing kneejerk reaction  zulchzulu   May-12-05 11:42 PM   #51 
           - Do we really need to rehash all the reason I don't like Kerry?  LeftCoast   May-12-05 11:54 PM   #53 
              - Okie dokey  zulchzulu   May-13-05 07:43 AM   #57 
        - Those "legitmate" reasons for disliking Kerry are usually hogswill  WildEyedLiberal   May-12-05 11:44 PM   #52 
           - Or my favorite  LittleClarkie   May-13-05 12:33 AM   #56 
              - Your right!  second edition   May-13-05 11:27 AM   #58 
  - 'the DLC/Dean grassroots effort'  cestpaspossible   May-13-05 11:32 AM   #59 
  - I was under the impression that Kos  RogueTrooper   May-13-05 11:38 AM   #60 
  - What do you mean? He's always disliked Kerry as a Pres. Candidate  sleipnir   May-13-05 12:32 PM   #62 
     - So Kos thinks he is doing the country a favor by derailing Kerry?  second edition   May-13-05 01:00 PM   #63 
        - So you think bloggers should be stopped from expressing their opinions? NT  NYCGirl   May-13-05 01:12 PM   #64 
        - In some half-conscious way, YES. And he's entitled to his opinion.  sleipnir   May-13-05 01:32 PM   #65 
           - You are making him more important than he actually is.  second edition   May-13-05 02:34 PM   #66 

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