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Voltaire99 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-06-07 07:08 AM
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31. Oh, go easy on old John. He's not the problem.
John has tallied the score better than many of you and he is a realist. He knows his party leadership and his colleagues. Knows that Bushism isn't a Republican thing: like the tango, it takes two parties. One to lead and the other to swoon!

Conyers has made his own Mephistophelean pact by serving under these swine and accepting their curdled values, but even so among the current lot he is far better than most. His contributions to exposing election fraud are worthy of your respect, but if you think he is going to buck a machine that wants nothing to do with prosecuting Bush and Cheney, you've been badly tricked.

The real culprit is, of course, the corporate Dems: the Clinton herd. Bush has been good for business for them! See how they've used your anger to good effect even as they've voted for each and every of his hideous policies. Even now they are counting on you, like obedient children, to put their figurehead in office next year.

I half think they're right to be confident, sadly enough.
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