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Arizona Republican Assembly Votes Unanimously to Censure Senator McCain
Arizona Conservative ^ | 11 June 2005 | Dennis Durband

Posted on 06/12/2005 11:51:11 AM PDT by Spiff

Arizona Republican Assembly Votes Unanimously to Censure Senator McCain

By Dennis Durband, Editor
June 11, 2005

SCOTTSDALE -- No, Donald Trump, U.S. Senator John McCain has not been fired. On Saturday, the Arizona Republican Assembly (ARA) voted unanimously during its annual state convention to censure Arizona’s senior senator.

McCain has seriously alienated his conservative base in the 21st century. However, he has greatly enamored himself with liberals and he easily won re-election in November with his new liberal support base. The conservatives who make up the ARA membership have had enough of what they consider a betrayal by McCain and they took advantage of their annual resolution ritual to take action against the liberal metamorphosis of the presidential hopeful.

The censure measure will be sent to Matt Salmon, chairman of the Arizona GOP -- with hopes of a state party censure as well -- to all Republican county and legislative district chairmen and will be issued as a press release to the media. No one spoke in support of McCain during discussion of the resolution.

ARA member Bruce Barton, of Safford, authored the resolution. The reasons behind the censure focus specifically on McCain’s amnesty bill for illegal aliens, for deserting the ranks of the Republican Party by undermining Senate President Bill Frist’s recent attempt to change a filibuster cloture rule and for ignoring constitutional concerns with his campaign finance reform law.

Public opinion on the ARA censure ran favorably all week long. A non-scientific GOPUSA/Arizona poll drawing 213 responses resulted in 93.4 percent approval of the censure.

Though a motion for censure Saturday drew unanimous approval, the ARA’s senior member, Louis Stradling, of Mesa, offered up an amendment that would have added stronger language to the document. Stradling suggested an amendment to the resolution that would have charged McCain with “malfeasance.” That move failed when Barton said he agrees with the spirit of Stradling’s suggestion, but he felt the word “malfeasance” might have added a legal sticking point that ARA would be better off avoiding. After the proposed amendment failed, ARA delegates enthusiastically and without dissent approved the resolution to censure McCain.

The resolution reads as follows:

WHEREAS, Senator John McCain is presently co-sponsoring, together with his Democrat soul-mate, Senator Teddy Kennedy, a Bill to Reform the Immigration Policy of the United States promoting amnesty for illegal aliens and for their U.S. employers, thus ignoring the opinions of his constituents expressed in numerous polls and personal pleas; and

WHEREAS, Senator McCain deserted the ranks of the Republican Party and the Leadership of the U.S. Senate on the issue of limiting the filibuster of judicial nominations, some of which have been on-hold for several years, thus stalling the President’s agenda for judicial reform; and

WHEREAS, Senator McCain led the Democrat Party in “reforming” campaign finance, providing for a clear usurpation of 1st Amendment free speech rights during the last 60 days of an election campaign, and leading to an orgy of spending in the 2004 elections;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Arizona Republican Assembly (ARA) officially and publicly censures Senator John McCain for dereliction of his duties and responsibilities as a representative of the citizens of Arizona; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the ARA strongly urges State Republican Party Chairman, Matt Salmon, the Arizona State Republican Party and its County and Legislative District affiliates to officially and publicly express their displeasure with Senator McCain by means of a public censure; and

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that copies of this Resolution be sent to the Chairman of the State Republican Party, to all Republican County and Legislative District Chairman and be issued as a Press Release to the media.

The likelihood of persuading Arizona GOP to get on board with the censure is practically nil. The state party typically takes a neutral approach to wayward Republican office holders.

Saturday's censure was just the latest incident of protest against McCain in the past four years. Last year, several people demonstrated peacefully outside McCain's Tempe office over his refusal to support the proposed federal marriage amendment. In 2001, two McCain recall movements arose against the senator. The leaders of those two organizations combined their efforts into one joint recall and then permanently suspended operations upon the events of Sept, 11, 2001. Also that year, opponents of McCain gathered for public opposition rallies in Scottsdale and Tempe.

McCain is expected to seek the GOP presidential nomination again in 2008.


TOPICS: Extended News; News/Current Events; US: Arizona
KEYWORDS: aliens; backstabber; benedictarnold; liberal; loser; manchuriancandidate; mccain; mcqueeg; rino; traitor
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Senator McCain is a political opportunist who will say anything and stab anyone in the back in his pursuit of power. His rise to run for president again must be derailed. I fear that our only choices in 2008 will be between Hillary and McCain - and neither one is an acceptable candidate.

McCain must be stopped. The grassroots needs to bet together to do this. Similar resolutions to this one that was unanimously passed should be proposed and passed in each and every Republican organization in the United States. This groundswell of opposition to McCain would go far in derailing his rise to power. I will be proposing this resolution in the next meeting of my Republican Club and our local party. We can do this. We MUST do this.

1 posted on 06/12/2005 11:51:11 AM PDT by Spiff
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To: Spiff

you know, this just illustrates how the word "traitor" is being thrown around here WAYYYYY to loosely these days.

If any RINO does not fit the word "traitor", it is John McCain.

Not that I agree with him on just about ANYTHING, but I will not call him a traitor, especially after his experiences in Vietnam.

I will call him a media hound, Dean Jr., the mad squirrel, but not traitor.


2 posted on 06/12/2005 11:54:12 AM PDT by MikefromOhio (10,000 posts by 29 June!!! 9,914 or so replies and counting....Getting Closer!!!!)
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To: Spiff

Good for you folks in AZ....but why do you keep sending him back to D.C. in the first place?


3 posted on 06/12/2005 11:54:50 AM PDT by anniegetyourgun
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To: Spiff

BTTT


4 posted on 06/12/2005 11:55:59 AM PDT by Fiddlstix (This Tagline for sale. (Presented by TagLines R US))
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To: All

Only one vote counts ... and my guess is he will consistantly win re-election as long as he wants it.


5 posted on 06/12/2005 11:56:05 AM PDT by bnelson44
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To: dittomom

Ping! You should find this interesting.


6 posted on 06/12/2005 11:56:17 AM PDT by basil (Exercise your Second Amendment--buy another gun today!)
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To: Spiff
Senator McCain is a political opportunist who will say anything and stab anyone in the back in his pursuit of power. His rise to run for president again must be derailed. I fear that our only choices in 2008 will be between Hillary and McCain - and neither one is an acceptable candidate.

And if there is no choice?

7 posted on 06/12/2005 11:56:32 AM PDT by infocats
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To: MikeinIraq

What ever respect and honor due the speech 'god' he himself is responsible for .issing it down the drain. POW or not this guy is out for himself and nothing else.


8 posted on 06/12/2005 11:56:38 AM PDT by Just mythoughts
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To: Spiff
McCain deserves whatever he gets--provided it's all bad. Hard to believe the voters haven't done away with this jackass before now. He's been playing his coy little game for years now.

Please keep us plugged in on your progress. I believe many of us in California would like to help out with donations to nail this RINO. Let us know.

9 posted on 06/12/2005 11:57:46 AM PDT by Czar (StillFedUptotheTeeth@Washington)
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To: MikeinIraq

You can betray your political party without being a traitor to your country.


10 posted on 06/12/2005 11:58:06 AM PDT by NavVet (“Benedict Arnold was wounded in battle fighting for America, but no one remembers him for that.”)
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To: Just mythoughts
POW or not this guy is out for himself and nothing else.

That is not debatable. however, being out for one's self does not make you a traitor....
11 posted on 06/12/2005 11:58:11 AM PDT by MikefromOhio (10,000 posts by 29 June!!! 9,914 or so replies and counting....Getting Closer!!!!)
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To: anniegetyourgun

Hell, the nitwits here even elected Janet NapaloReno as Governor.
But it's about time McCain was shown the door for the RINO he is.


12 posted on 06/12/2005 11:58:23 AM PDT by Dudesdad
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To: NavVet

I would be willing to bet that if we put a poll up on FR, traitor would make more people think of Jane Fonda and what SHE did, not some piddly-@$$ stuff McCain thinks he is doing to prop himself up for another failed Presidential run....


13 posted on 06/12/2005 11:59:18 AM PDT by MikefromOhio (10,000 posts by 29 June!!! 9,914 or so replies and counting....Getting Closer!!!!)
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To: Spiff

The Democrats keep re-electing McCain. The only good thing about it is that the Dummies at the Underground probably puke at the thought of electing a RINO as their standard bearer.


14 posted on 06/12/2005 11:59:42 AM PDT by Brilliant
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To: Spiff

What metamorphasis?

John McCain was a member of the Keating Five. The other four were Democrats. John has been hangin' with the left for a long long time.

If I were running Arizona's RP, John McCain would no longer be a member.

I'd run someone else and let this ------ ------ ------- wither on the vine. It's the John McCains of the party that have really screwed it into the ground.


15 posted on 06/12/2005 12:00:05 PM PDT by DoughtyOne (US socialist liberalism would be dead without the help of politicians who claim to be conservative.)
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To: Spiff; HiJinx; AZamericonnie

Spread the word far and wide. Now if they'd just censure Kolbe too.


16 posted on 06/12/2005 12:00:48 PM PDT by SandRat (Duty, Honor, Country. What else needs to be said?)
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To: MikeinIraq
I am sure that the word "traitor" in this context means a traitor to the republican party, the conservative ideals, and his republican constituents who originally elected him.

Not to the US.

And I have reluctantly come to agree with that assessment.
17 posted on 06/12/2005 12:01:18 PM PDT by bill1952 ("All that we do is done with an eye towards something else.")
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To: Spiff

This Iowan will not support him at the caucus and I can't imagine he will get much of a following in Iowa.


18 posted on 06/12/2005 12:01:18 PM PDT by Conservativegreatgrandma
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To: MikeinIraq

While I agree that he served this country honorably, and that his experience in Viet Nam was horrendous--none of that gives him the right to write unconstitutional legislation. The fact that way too many Republicans voted for his bill, IMHO, makes the whole bunch of them traitorous to the Constitution of the United States of America.


19 posted on 06/12/2005 12:02:21 PM PDT by basil (Exercise your Second Amendment--buy another gun today!)
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To: Spiff

McCain won't be on the 2008 ballot unless he wins the Democrat nomination.


20 posted on 06/12/2005 12:02:29 PM PDT by thoughtomator (The U.S. Constitution poses no serious threat to our form of government)
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To: MikeinIraq
however, being out for one's self does not make you a traitor....

It does when you force legislation that subverts the Constituion like the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform bill.

21 posted on 06/12/2005 12:03:55 PM PDT by suijuris
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To: MikeinIraq

I'm with you Mike. I have many bad things to call and say about McPain but traitor is not and never will be one of them.


22 posted on 06/12/2005 12:04:13 PM PDT by SandRat (Duty, Honor, Country. What else needs to be said?)
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To: MikeinIraq
That farce of a campaign finance reform is traitorous to our Constitution, yes I know that President Bush signed it, probably believed that the 'gods' in black robes would see it for what it was.

There are plenty of things that could be call traitorous that the speech 'god' has crawled into bed with, especially his love of the war hero JFKerry.
23 posted on 06/12/2005 12:04:14 PM PDT by Just mythoughts
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To: suijuris

no that just makes him a liberal democrat.


24 posted on 06/12/2005 12:05:08 PM PDT by MikefromOhio (10,000 posts by 29 June!!! 9,914 or so replies and counting....Getting Closer!!!!)
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To: Cyber Liberty; Slip18

PING


25 posted on 06/12/2005 12:05:51 PM PDT by uglybiker (A woman's most powerful weapon is a guy's imagination.)
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To: MikeinIraq
Nobody said here that he was a "traitor" to the United States (although I've heard that charge made in the past with supporting materials). He is, however, a traitor the party, to the party platform, to the principles of the Constitution (see CFR), to the state of Arizona, and to conservatives.

His experiences in Vietnam have been strongly questioned by some of the people who were there despite what the made-for-TV movie showed. His terrible treatment of the families of MIAs has gone far to undermine any Vietnam war "hero" status he may have held at one time. He reminds me of Kerry in the way he carried around a whole "I was in Vietnam!" display, including cardboard cutouts of him in uniform, during his last presidential bid. His exploitation of his Vietnam "experience" is certainly Kerry-esque, in my opinion. If he does decide to run, I hope we see a whole new "Swift Boat Veterans" kind of thing emerge to knock him down just as they knocked down Kerry. And rightfully so.

26 posted on 06/12/2005 12:06:29 PM PDT by Spiff (Don't believe everything you think.)
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To: Spiff

I have been amazed every time I see a "poll" on TV that says that the ONLY Republican that could beat Hillary, is McCain...

I totally support what you and other Minutemen have done, and I will work as hard to keep McCain off a ticket, as I will Hillary...although, being a Republican, I doubt I have much ability to derail Hillbilly....

Hopefully, Hillbilly will derail herself!


27 posted on 06/12/2005 12:07:03 PM PDT by Txsleuth (Mark Levin for Supreme Court Justice)
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To: DoughtyOne
If I were running Arizona's RP, John McCain would no longer be a member.

Me too. But we are not politicians and we don't represent the electorate of Arizona.

That said, this is another small victory, I appreciate it as such, and I'm glad to hear it.

28 posted on 06/12/2005 12:07:10 PM PDT by FreeReign
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To: basil

you know, when you scream traitor at EVERYONE, the word loses it's meaning.

McCain WANTS YOU TO SCREAM THAT HE IS A TRAITOR!! He will then do what I said earlier, which is, point to his military record.

That might not be enough for FReepers, but that WOULD do the job for about 80% of the GOP.

Save that word for people who have earned it or DESERVE it. Guys like Johnny Walker Lindh or Billy Bob or Hillary.

For McCain, that is what he wants. It would inflate his ego and prove, to himself, his "maverick" wanna be status.


29 posted on 06/12/2005 12:07:38 PM PDT by MikefromOhio (10,000 posts by 29 June!!! 9,914 or so replies and counting....Getting Closer!!!!)
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To: Spiff

Public opinion on the ARA censure ran favorably all week long. A non-scientific GOPUSA/Arizona poll drawing 213 responses resulted in 93.4 percent approval of the censure.
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A good article, but these guys shouldn't make claims like this.


30 posted on 06/12/2005 12:08:39 PM PDT by traviskicks (http://www.neoperspectives.com/charterschoolsexplained.htm)
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To: Spiff
No one spoke in support of McCain during discussion of the resolution.

Nor have I seen support for McCain here in freepville.

31 posted on 06/12/2005 12:09:00 PM PDT by kerryusama04 (God Bless.)
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To: Spiff

Greetings FRpers. At work, but heading home now.

Good post.

You can denigrate how Repubs in Arizona feel about him, but I believe it was Ann Coulter who pointed out the disgraced Oregon senator Bob Packwood as a good example of a Republican who liked to flirt with the Demo-serpents.
When he started making slithering moves, MSM flattered him as "thoughtful" "moderate" etc. But when he tried to return to the fold, too late.
Of course his personal life didn't help him much.
Moral? Dance with who brung ya . . . I'm sick of RINOs.

http://en.wikipedia.org./wiki/Bob_Packwood

("Dear Diary: My date at the barn-dance caught me smooching with 'Juicy Lucy' in a haystack? What do I do?"
"Dear John: You made your bed . . .")


32 posted on 06/12/2005 12:09:26 PM PDT by tumblindice (Join the NRA today)
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To: MikeinIraq

I agree with you re: Jane Fonda vs. John McCain...

But, there is no law that says just because you are a vet, even a POW vet, makes you a good politician---

McCain is NOT good for the country as a leader at this time.

Besides, I will not forgive how he called into question the integrity of the Swifties....they didn't call his service into question...they didn't deserve the treatment they got from him.


33 posted on 06/12/2005 12:10:21 PM PDT by Txsleuth (Mark Levin for Supreme Court Justice)
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To: anniegetyourgun

Really! The dude shouldn't be trusted as far as he should be thrown!


34 posted on 06/12/2005 12:10:37 PM PDT by 68 grunt (3/1 India, 3rd, 68-69, 0311)
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To: basil

It's interesting, but not to the largest newsrag in the state. They devoted a front page story today to speculation about the senator's plans for a 2008 presidential run. This censure somehow didn't get mentioned...


35 posted on 06/12/2005 12:10:58 PM PDT by dittomom
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To: bill1952
And that is just being PC. You are a traitor to this or a traitor to that. It takes the sting out of the word.

My dictionary has a definition for traitor that I think should be used: "someone who betrays his country by committing treason". There are tons of other terms that you can use that don't devalue the word 'traitor', like double-crosser, hypocrite, liar, bumpkin, etc.

Of course, the word treason is now being made PC as well, so I guess there is always a way out. Sigh.

Traitor, terrorist, communist. Does anyone actually know what these words mean anymore? All we know is that they are bad. In common parlance, they mean the exact same thing.
36 posted on 06/12/2005 12:11:57 PM PDT by burzum
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To: Spiff

Does McCain give two %*#^ on what the ARA does?


37 posted on 06/12/2005 12:12:42 PM PDT by econ_grad (The US Constitution presents no significant challenge to the government.)
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To: Txsleuth

and not one thing you said is up for debate.

It just really rubs me raw how easily the charge of treason and the word traitor gets thrown around here.


It ALMOST sounds like the French REvolution and Robespierre on FR sometimes....


38 posted on 06/12/2005 12:12:42 PM PDT by MikefromOhio (10,000 posts by 29 June!!! 9,914 or so replies and counting....Getting Closer!!!!)
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To: Txsleuth

Well this put a smile on my face :0)


39 posted on 06/12/2005 12:12:45 PM PDT by Mo1 (Democrats = The Socialist Party)
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To: suijuris; basil

Seriously: supporting (or writing) the McCain-Feingold bill does not make one a traitor. To use the word that loosely is to strip it of meaning. McCain doesn't believe the bill is unconstitutional; I do, but there is an argument to be made that speech needs to be rationed for regular people to have a voice. I reject that view: if people want a voice, the onus is on them to speak up for themselves. But this debate just reflects a fundamental, liberal vs. conservative difference on the role of government. It does not reflect a dispute between traitors and non-traitors. Let's chill out a little.


40 posted on 06/12/2005 12:12:53 PM PDT by BackInBlack ("The act of defending any of the cardinal virtues has today all the exhilaration of a vice.")
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To: Spiff

McCain is really at the end of it all....a bitch.


41 posted on 06/12/2005 12:14:04 PM PDT by wardaddy (Free "I Love Dane Now" !!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
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To: MikeinIraq
There is a compelling "traitor" argument to be made against someone who takes an oath to the Constitution then breaks it by infringing on the first ammenemdment and also for one in such a position of Federal power to actively advocate legitimizing an invasion of the country he has vowed to protect.

John McAin sure was a hero and a patriot in Vietnam just like Al Bundy scored 4 touchdowns in one game in High School.

42 posted on 06/12/2005 12:16:59 PM PDT by kerryusama04 (God Bless.)
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To: MikeinIraq

I understand your point, but it is not the point of the article nor this thread. The article DOES NOT use the word traitor. I'm not even sure why you brought the word traitor up in this thread.


43 posted on 06/12/2005 12:17:15 PM PDT by Spiff (Don't believe everything you think.)
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To: burzum
True.

I didn't write the article, but if I had my characterizations would be less PC and more precise.

Still, the intent of the author is clear.

44 posted on 06/12/2005 12:17:15 PM PDT by bill1952 ("All that we do is done with an eye towards something else.")
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To: Spiff

I like to see that at least some people in Arizona are speaking up. The next thing is to find a suitable primary opponent for his next campaign.


45 posted on 06/12/2005 12:17:23 PM PDT by Tall_Texan (If you can think 180-degrees apart from reality, you might be a Democrat.)
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To: MikeinIraq

I agree with you assessment of the treason or traitor--even though the word traitor IS used in the context of being "a traitor to the party"..that kind of thing...

There are a lot of phrases and words that have been used wrongly for years, which, like you said, tends to diminish the real meaning and use of them when really necessary...

I am always upset whenever I hear a politician pronounce that there is a "separation of church/state" in the Constitution, which there isn't, but it has been said so many times that it has become "fact" in our conversations...

I agree with the use of the words....I heartily disagree with everything that John McCain is doing...


46 posted on 06/12/2005 12:18:46 PM PDT by Txsleuth (Mark Levin for Supreme Court Justice)
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To: Spiff

Probably because of the keywords listed: TRAITOR and BENEDICTARNOLD.


47 posted on 06/12/2005 12:18:55 PM PDT by burzum
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To: anniegetyourgun

People go brain dead when to walk into that voting booth


48 posted on 06/12/2005 12:19:37 PM PDT by television is just wrong (http://hehttp://print.google.com/print/doc?articleidisblogs.blogspot.com/ (visit blogs, visit ads).)
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To: MikeinIraq

I agree. He is not a traitor. Political hack, maybe. Traitor, absolutely not.


49 posted on 06/12/2005 12:20:23 PM PDT by Goodgirlinred ( GoodGirlInRed Four More Years!!!!!)
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To: Spiff

Can someone tell me what this censure means in practicality? Or is it just a symbolic move?
I heard Chris Matthews today gushing over the possibility of a Hillary versus McCain matchup in 2008. If it's Senator Clinton versus McCain, then Democrats have two really good options for president. I'll support a pro-choice nominee before I support Senator McCain.


50 posted on 06/12/2005 12:21:18 PM PDT by mowkeka
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