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PITY THE POOR POOR PITIFUL POODLE

by Mark5019 / April 10, 2005 11:29 PM PDT

Massachusetts Senator and failed Democratic nominee for president John Kerry seems to be competing with Al Gore for the title of Sorest Loser in Political History. Speaking to a voters' group yesterday, The Souffl

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Democrats vote on Wednesday, Republicans vote on Tuesday.
by EdH / April 10, 2005 11:36 PM PDT

That is so old. And of course both sides pull this as a JOKE! I can't believe he would actually reference that.

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i can he claimed alot of things
by Mark5019 / April 10, 2005 11:39 PM PDT

to be true all know my feelings on ths"man" glad the voters saw him for what he was.

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Seems others here ...
by Evie / April 11, 2005 12:50 AM PDT

... more specifically DaveK ... still take that seriously! What DOES that say about the electorate you expect to vote for you? No wonder the Democrats think we are too stupid to save our own money for our retirements. They are courting the votes of people that might fall for that joke.

As to Kerry's whine, I can only surmise that his only chance of getting the nomination in '08 is to foment the base that believed the 2000-stolen-election lie, and get enough Dems to believe any excuse (BUT the fact that he was a pathetic candidate) for losing in '04. However if this tactic is successful in getting him the nomination, he will lose even bigger in '08 no matter who the Republicans put up, because the so-called independent voter is going to see him for the sore loser he is. They will also have four more years of lackluster Senate performance. It will be interesting. There are some prominent MA Republicans that could challenge his Senate seat (also up in '08), and they are more likely to run for that seat if he has split priorities. He's not like Lieberman in 2000 who didn't even do so much as one debate in CT for his Senate seat while running for Veep. The Republicans didn't put up a competitive candidate and I think Lieberman won like 65% of the vote. As liberal as MA is, I don't think he'll be able to just mail in a Senate run (vs. say, Bill Weld again?) while running for Prez. And he'll have to make up his mind on that during the primary season. T'will be interesting to watch Wink

Evie Happy

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Funny and as true as that is,
by Jerry562 / April 11, 2005 3:34 AM PDT
In reply to: Seems others here ...

you only get to control 4% if your SS taxes. Is that too much for you welfare people? You don't pay any taxes for God sakes.

How about Florida voters that are too stupid or confused to poke the right name? Can't you keep them away too?

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