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hijinx87 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-12-07 04:27 PM
Response to Reply #133
136. I dismiss it as irrelevant.

his position on the IWR was irrelevant then, it should remain
irrelevant now. his constituents didn't look to him for national
security, they looked to him for strictly local issues. I am perfectly
prepared to look accept his leadership on foreign policy matters now. but
now his position is virtually indistinguishable from the rest of the pack's,
save the irrepressible denni kucinich.

I am just being consistent. no one cared what he thought then. why
should anyone care what about his past position now?

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