Bet the Republicans are too polite to react properly if she does steal it: make her life hell as long as she stays in the House.
If she says "my colleague so-and-so", tell her that so-and-so was elected, unlike her.
If they pass her in the hallway, say "F-ck you."
If her kid dies, say, "Hey, how's the family!"
If she gives a speech let there always be a heckler.
Let her regularly find her car keyjobed or her window smashed or her wall covered with crude drawings.
And that's not nearly as bad as what she's contemplating doing. If the Dems seat the loser, ever treating that loser as if she were just another member is grotesque. A one-time walkout isn't enough. Total disrespect forever isn't enough, but it would have to do.
posted on 11/17/2006 1:13:25 PM PST
I think you are mistaken in your assesment.
You can shun without such crass behavior.
That is only worthy of DUmies and DUmp dwellers.
The bottom line is that most of the people who were "teach them a lesson" voters were fools and STILL don't see they created this mess.
The time for lessons is in the PRIMARIES not the general election.
posted on 11/17/2006 5:09:26 PM PST
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