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RZM Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-02-10 01:23 AM
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16. He's far from political oblivion though
He's been in the house for a while now (in a safe seat) and has a fair amount of national profile. He's not a big time mover-and-shaker, but he's fairly well known I think, certainly a household name in democratic circles. He'll never be president or even the party's nominee, but those are extremely rare achievements that only a very small number of politicians will ever attain. He's got a pretty dedicated following and will be remembered as a revered figure in the annals of progressive-dom. He's also got a wife roughly half his age. All in all I'd say he's got it pretty good.

BTW I'm not trying to belittle your points or anything. I'm 'just saying' ;)
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