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redqueen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Dec-16-03 04:04 PM
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21. Because a lot of this stuff isn't widely known.
It's just not. If we could count on supporters to be media savvy and do research, there would be less concern.

This was news to me... did you know he hadn't committed to refusing to nominate a pro-life judge? This is astounding. Pro-life is fine for a politician. They make and change laws. But judges? They're supposed to uphold them. This is very bad.

But because we know most people get their news from mainstream publications and TV, this will be 'news' to them once it is out there.
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