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Jim McGreevey doesn't like Bush

I was speaking, of course, of his support for John Kerry and criticism of the current Administration.

What did you think I meant?


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In reply to: Jim McGreevey doesn't like Bush

... then I admit I mighta gone down (oops? }:)) that other train of thought.

The way you wrote it, my first reaction was a big Katie Duh!

Evie Happy

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When I ran for office here

In reply to: Jim McGreevey doesn't like Bush

it was mandatory that you sign a document before being able to enter any speaking engagement to hear any candidates who were running for office. That document stated that you were a registered whichever (Dem or Rep), and that you would back that party 'no matter whether you won or lost' and it mattered less whether you agreed with the winning candidate's platform.

Obviously, when you are behind the curtain, pulling the 'slot machine' arm, you can vote for whomever you choose, but publicly once you declare your party, you are locked into it.

Sounds like the same thing here............especially if he has any hopes at all of a future political career once he gets his scandals out of the way of that path.


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