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Bjorn Against Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-07-06 10:04 PM
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81. Well she is a Senator, so I think talking about Iraq might be important.
Why should she go there? Are you serious? Iraq is one of the most crucial issues of the day, and she was a war supporter. Many of us warned her, but she did not listen. She needs to take responsibility, she is a United States Senator and it is HER JOB to talk about issues of importance, and if she failed us in voting for this war she owes it to us to take responsibility for her bad vote. I don't know how she can expect us to vote for her for President if she can't even address the key defining issue of our day.
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