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xchrom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-23-05 07:35 PM
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178. the protests in the streets were huge
by the time the war vote was cast.
it was obvious europe hated the idea.
information regarding saddams real threat level was free flowing -- so i don't buy the idea that senators were sold a lemon on this war.

someone who had been in the senate as long as kerry - should have deep information roots on his on so he most certainly can be chided for at the very least being lazy -- worse if you're talking to me.

and for my money, doma is extremist right wing legislation.
and so was nafta -- there was information flowing up the hill about the disruption this was going to cause everyday americans but the legislators sough to act in the best interests of corporations.
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