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new feature on nro...nice spiel about JFKerry still looking to define his 'message'
1 posted on 02/15/2005 4:24:52 PM PST by flixxx
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lol@ "aloha response"


2 posted on 02/15/2005 4:28:11 PM PST by WindOracle
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“Mine was the right vote at the time and I wouldn't change it if we went back to that point in time because it was the right vote.”

Right, and I have a bridge in the desert to sell you. And why are you still fretting over it?!

3 posted on 02/15/2005 4:35:04 PM PST by Deetes
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And Newsweek White House correspondent Holly Bailey passes along this highlight question from today’s White House press briefing: “The President has spoken repeatedly about an ‘axis of evil.’ With Syria's suspected increased involvement in terrorist activities, are we now looking at a ‘quadrangle of evil’?”

Typical press. Think up a stupid question and pretend that your own question is the news. For liberals, self-love has no limits.

No, Holly, you can fit as many countries along an axis as you like. There's plenty of room for everyone.

4 posted on 02/15/2005 4:47:41 PM PST by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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****Think of it as his all-purpose “aloha” response*****

I want to see his Aloha response when the people of Mass. wake the hell up and put him in the street where he belongs.


5 posted on 02/15/2005 4:48:21 PM PST by sgtbono2002
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For decades, liberals have taken pride in their ability to canvas large swaths of the country with paid campaign workers.

The problem for Democrats is most of its membership is built on people who ask, "What can the party and government do for me?" They never ask what they can do for their Party.

On the other hand, Republicans are always asking what can we do to further our parties agenda.

Paid Democratic workers are like the typical union worker. They try to figure out how little they can do for the most pay. They see all bosses as bad guys. Even their supervisors think like hired help. They ask how do I make the big boss think I have done a lot when I have really only done a little. They are pretty good at doing that.

Dean like many Democrats before him has appealed to youthful idealism. The problem is the kids Dean organized like to rally and party. They like performing for the media. They do not like to do the real work of getting out the votes and didn't do it. They didn't even vote themselves.

The problem with Democrats is they ask what their party can do for them.... They never ask what they can do for their party. That is why they are not winning.

The Democrat party is made up of a large number of fans who want to be paid to go to the game.


6 posted on 02/15/2005 4:49:16 PM PST by Common Tator
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Whether it’s concerning his Vietnam record or funding for U.S. troops, Kerry has settled on his response to questions

He seems to usually ask himself questions so the media does not give him a "trick question" that he might accidentally answer honestly and get himself into trouble.

Putrid POS!

7 posted on 02/15/2005 4:57:29 PM PST by Cold Heat (What are fears but voices awry?Whispering harm where harm is not and deluding the unwary. Wordsworth)
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Great article. Last winter's verbal implosion aside, Howard Dean is no idiot. I understand his ascension to DNC chairman came with a promise to Dems not to run in 2008.
8 posted on 02/15/2005 5:03:51 PM PST by nevs911
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