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PassingFair Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-06-10 08:36 AM
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21. "Today's Voter" despised Andy Dillon.
You may be right about "today's voter" being anti-union.
Just because they "don't understand the need for unions"
doesn't mean we should placate them by running a candidate
who only cares about the investment returns of the leisure class.

It is the Democrats FUNCTION to stand for the working man.

The day the Democrats stop working for the working class is
the day I stop being a Democrat.

Michigan was swept up in a RED TIDE this cycle. It wasn't just
Bernero. If we had run Dillon, or JESUS for that matter, the
results would have been the same.

"Brewer was supposed to make sure there were enough voters to out weigh the poll numbers for victory!!!!!"

Is it Brewer's fault that we lost the House in DC, too?




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