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November 07, 2006

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jol

This election was about millions upon millions of Americans standing up and telling President Bush that he is on the wrong course and changes have to be made.

Rose Graf

The Democrats won, not because the Republicans weren't conservative enough, but because the Democrats fight dirty. They smear, call names, throw out wild accusations, accuse, and harass their opponents. Is it time for the Republicans to play their game?
Rose

jol

A distorted rose is a distorted rose is a distorted rose is a distorted rose. . .

The Democrats won, not because the Republicans weren't conservative enough, but because the republicans fight dirty. They smear, call names, throw out wild accusations, accuse, and harass their opponents.

Americans are sick of it and them.

Liz

I agree 100% with you Rose.

I actually thought the Republicans got a voice during the recounts of 2000.
They soon forgot how to fight.

Like the President or not, the personal atacks that came out of LEADERSHIP within the Democratic party were disgusting.

Howard Dean, "Hates Republicans", and we're expected to believe this party is willing to work with Republicans?

The comments on the Senate floor uttered by Dick Durbin against our troops were out of line, lies, and disgusting. If a Republican had made those same statements they'd be out of a job.

I loved the term "culture of corruption" coming from a party that re-elects Sen. Akaka, who was accused of sexual harrassment and I believe settled the case, Joe Biden guilty of plagurism, Ted Kennedy, enough said, his son who is unfit due to addiction, the congressman from Louisiana with the $$$ in the freezer, Alan Hevasi, guilty not once but twice of stealing from both the state and then the city to the tune of $175,000, Alcee Hastings who was thrown off the court , and of course supporting a President, who forget the fact that he is unfaithful, was found to have committed perjury

jol

tch, tch, tch, gossip, gossip, gossip.
Sounds so whiny.

Rose

Exactly right, Liz.
It couldn't have been said better.

jol

Easy does it girls. Give the worthy Dems a little R&R.

The modicum of protest they put up on the nuclear option issue was only the "dress rehersal rag".

The best is yet to come.

Cal

Wow...I find it remarkably ironic that Republicans, after stealing the election in 2000, and slinging thick mud in 2004, have the audacity to whine about Dems. playing dirty in 2006. Especially ironic is the post from JOL, regarding Joe Biden's "plagurism" [sic]. Ironic that (1) you raise this particular issue on Monica Crowley's website and (2) that you obviously plagiarized the spelling of plagiarism from the George Bush manual on colloquial spelling.
peace,
cal

Cal

oops; apologies JOL, I meant to attribute the plagiarism quote in my prior post to Liz.
cal

jol

Cal
You sure had me itsy-twisty in the wind on that one— racking my head, thinking, when in hell did I write that? I'm 67 and haven't noticed any letters missing from the alphabet yet.

Apology accepted.

FK

The Republicans lost because they suck.

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