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To: FMoran
Putting Ted's name on H.R. 3200, either literally or figuratively, will amount to hoisting themselves by their own petards. Reasong being, outside of Boston, NYC, Hollywood, and San Francisco, Ted wasn't actually that popular. Any national opinion poll on Ted had the disapproves in the majority. Usually a significant majority.

So if they want to brand H.R. 3200 with the moniker and mug of an unpopular politician, don't get in their way! Never interrupt an enemy while he is making a mistake.

8 posted on 08/28/2009 7:24:15 AM PDT by squidly
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To: squidly
So if they want to brand H.R. 3200 with the moniker and mug of an unpopular politician, don't get in their way! Never interrupt an enemy while he is making a mistake.

In the same vein, I do hope O can't resist making an appeal for healthcare legislation in the eulogy tomorrow, as a tribute to the Senator who got away with murder.

10 posted on 08/28/2009 7:35:13 AM PDT by browardchad
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To: squidly

“So if they want to brand H.R. 3200 with the moniker and mug of an unpopular politician, don’t get in their way! Never interrupt an enemy while he is making a mistake.”

Absolutely, make sure that it’s referred to as something like the “Kennedy-Obama Healthcare bill”. Or the “K.O. Bill”, guarenteed to knock you to the canvas so hard that you’ll never get up.


20 posted on 08/28/2009 3:39:25 PM PDT by Stormdog (A rifle transforms one from subject to Citizen)
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