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maddogesq Donating Member (915 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Dec-04-07 06:06 PM
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1. We are not men, we are DEVO. Wait, we are DLC.
Edited on Tue Dec-04-07 06:25 PM by maddogesq
Rothenberg is credible, but I wouldn't bet my life on it. One report source viewing the thousands of races that happen every election cycle is not the almighty final word.

Your constant dwelling on the fundraising issue is so DLC. The DLC is so much a part of what I see as the problem in the Democratic Party right now. They think we should act like Republicans to win. I say Mr. Truman had it right.

Oh by the way, note the sudden shift on the war by Harry Reid. Is he and the others in leadership listening to the people who voted for them....gosh, ya think finally, they took the earplugs out?

I recently read a book about FDR. He went through this whole scenerio prior to and at the '32 convention that was real divisive; kind of like what we see now. Yet, he prevailed to be one of the greatest presidents.

Nancy stirs the people. I do know that Gary can raise money and travel in the Hills of Bloomfield, but can he stand and fight toe to toe with Joe when it counts. It is my observation that he cannot. He could not pose a challenge in the AG race; in fact, it wasn't even close if my memory serves me correctly.

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