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zbdent Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Oct-06-05 06:55 PM
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Local weekly paper biweekly columnist jerkoff Malkin wannabe -
If you really want to give this guy the clicks, go ahead. Here's the gist of it.

Republicans are screwing up - lists a lot of the recent failings - but rationalizes the fact that he's going to vote for fill-in-the-blank Repuke anyway because - get this - "Democrats don't have any ideas".

He especially points out that "name one thing Kerry stood for last year - it hasn't even been a year . . ."

Well, if your source of info is the "liberal media" (Fox, Rush, Hannitty, Medved, Malkin, Drudge, and the Plain Dealer-owned Sun Newspapers of Cleveland), you can't find anything.

Of course, if you look in one of the first things I grabbed, the 2004 World Almanac and book of facts, there were writeups of all the candidates with some of their platforms. Which means, this guy was being the usual lazy Repuke apologist/journalist.

Here's his link, don't bother:

Oh, and every time that a Repuke says that "Dems don't have any ideas", counter it with "Then why do you keep saying that all the Dems want to do is spend money on programs which won't work?" Every time a Dem announces a plan, Repukes keep saying "All you want to do is have big government spend all MY MONEY - tax and spend - on another government program."
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