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Democrats: A Lott of trouble (ANN COULTERS VIEWS ON TRENT LOTT ATTACK)
worldnetdaily ^ | 12/18/2002 | Ann Coulter

Posted on 12/18/2002 3:51:50 PM PST by TLBSHOW

Democrats: A Lott of trouble

I'm just glad Strom Thurmond isn't around to see this.

Statisticians believe Trent Lott is now on track to break Bill Clinton's single-season record for public apologies. During his recent B.E.T. appearance, Lott said he supported affirmative action, regretted voting against the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, and that he'd give "The Bernie Mac Show" another try.

What the Lott incident shows is that Republicans have to be careful about letting Democrats into our party. Back when they supported segregation, Lott and Thurmond were Democrats. This is something the media are intentionally hiding to make it look like the Republican Party is the party of segregation and race discrimination, which it never has been.

In 1948, Thurmond did not run as a "Dixiecan," he ran as a "Dixiecrat" – his party was an offshoot of the Democratic Party. And when he lost, he went right back to being a Democrat. This whole brouhaha is about a former Democrat praising another former Democrat for what was once a Democrat policy.

Republicans made Southern Democrats drop the race nonsense when they entered the Republican Party. Democrats supported race discrimination, then for about three years they didn't, now they do again. They've just changed which race they think should be discriminated against. In the 1920s, the Democratic platforms didn't even call for anti-lynching legislation as the Republican platforms did.

Thurmond's Dixiecrat Party was not the only extremist spin-off from the Democratic Party in 1948. Henry Wallace, formerly FDR's vice president and agriculture secretary, left the Democratic Party that year to form the communist-dominated and Soviet-backed "Progressive Party." Much as Thurmond's Dixiecrat Party was expressly pro-segregation, Wallace's Progressive Party was expressly pro-Soviet.

Indeed, this was the apex of Moscow-directed subversion of U.S. politics. The Progressive Party platform excluded even the mildest criticism of Soviet aggression. It will come as no surprise that many American celebrities supported Wallace. The Progressives received 1 million votes nationwide, about the same as Thurmond's Dixiecrat Party.

Thurmond went on to reject segregation, become a Republican, and serve his country well as a U.S. senator. By contrast, running a communist-dominated presidential campaign was Wallace's last hurrah. Yet only an off-the-cuff remark at a birthday party praising Thurmond's presidential campaign is the career-destroyer. Not so fawning references to Wallace's Soviet-backed presidential campaign.

Just two years before Lott's remarks, a hagiographic book on Wallace's life was released, titled "American Dreamer." How about a book about a segregationist titled "American Dreamer"? Wallace's version of the American "dream" was communism every bit as much as Strom Thurmond's dream was segregation. Aren't dreams of murderous dictators, gulags and death camps at least comparable in evil to segregated lunch counters?

The dust jacket on "American Dreamer" featured a nauseating statement of praise by U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy. Kennedy said that the book deserved "to be read by all who care about the American dream." The American dream: communist totalitarianism. Why wasn't the lecherous liberal asked to retire for his flattering remarks about a proven Soviet fifth columnist?

In 1999, the Clinton administration dedicated a room at the Agriculture Department to Wallace. At the dedication, former Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern gave a speech explicitly praising Wallace's pro-Soviet positions, such as the idea that the Cold War was "overdone" and that "problems" between the nations "could not be resolved by military means."

McGovern fondly recalled that he himself had voted for Wallace. He chipperly reminded the audience that he had run for president in 1972 "on a similar platform" – with the help of a young Yale law school graduate named Bill Clinton. Inasmuch as Trent Lott was in kindergarten in 1948, he did not vote for Thurmond. He did not run on a "similar" platform to the Dixiecrats. He did not write a jacket-flap endorsement calling a segregationist an "American Dreamer."

The idea that Lott took the occasion of an old timer's birthday to introduce a new policy initiative to bring back segregation – a Democrat policy – is ludicrous. Lott is a fine fellow; he just has some sort of liberal-Tourette's syndrome that makes him spout Democrat ideas at random. A few years ago, Lott practically wanted to give the adulterous Air Force pilot Kelly Flinn a silver star for her service. Remember that?

Up until two weeks ago, conservatives were clamoring for Lott's removal precisely because of his annoying habit of saying dumb things. (Showing their inferior intellect, liberals have only recently figured that out.) Republicans should ask Lott to step down as leader, but only for all the nice things he's said about Teddy Kennedy.

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LOTT MUST GO

51 posted on 12/18/2002 4:36:20 PM PST by VaBthang4
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To: VaBthang4
Hey, Hey,
Ho, Ho,
Sir Laugha Lott,
MUST GO!!
52 posted on 12/18/2002 4:37:11 PM PST by ApesForEvolution
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To: Sabertooth
Doesn't sound like your girl.........

Don't be too surprised if one day someone taps you on the back of your shoulder, and, as you turn around to see who it is, you see Coulter tossing a vicious right cross upon your chin for even suggesting that she is, in any way , shape or form, tlbshow's girl.

53 posted on 12/18/2002 4:37:12 PM PST by hole_n_one
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To: Sabertooth
Where does that leave conservatives, such as yourself, who want Lott to stay?

You conflate two issues here that are not mutually inclusive.

You can be for removing Trent Lott as majority leader prior to this bs and yet you can resist jumping on the lynch Lott bus with the race card players.

I don't find anything admirable at all in your use of this incident to dump Lott.

54 posted on 12/18/2002 4:37:13 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: ApesForEvolution
Sorry Bro...but I would puke if she touched me. LOL
55 posted on 12/18/2002 4:37:29 PM PST by VaBthang4
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To: TLBSHOW
James Carville just read a letter on CNN that he wrote to Lott accepting his apology because he said he spoke to John Lewis about it. He said that Lewis convinced him that nothing would ever be done about race relations if we kept up the crusade against Trent Lott.

I'm totally confused because Carville seemed sincere. ???

56 posted on 12/18/2002 4:37:41 PM PST by kcvl
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To: jwalsh07
"I don't find anything admirable at all in your use of this incident to dump Lott."

When FR becomes a popularity contest let me know.

57 posted on 12/18/2002 4:39:01 PM PST by VaBthang4
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To: jwalsh07
bttt
58 posted on 12/18/2002 4:39:08 PM PST by TLBSHOW
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To: kcvl
They dont want to get Lott booted...they want him in there....he's their boy now. They are all backtracking now....calling for "censure" if anything at all.

They will bend him over from now until the day he retires.

He must go.
59 posted on 12/18/2002 4:40:53 PM PST by VaBthang4
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To: TLBSHOW
In strict acordance with the FR bylaws rigidly dictating that any post mentioning our beloved Ann Coulter must contain her picture, I propher the following image.


60 posted on 12/18/2002 4:42:11 PM PST by ChadGore
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To: kcvl
The democrats are not stupid people. In fact, they are shrewder than our side more often than not.

I said it last night and I'll say it again. The left will be positioning themselves as the party of compassion and redemption. They are able to do this because the republicans do not stand up to assaults that have any reference to race.

I might add that I think John Lewis is informed by his Christianity anad he is sincere about redemption. That will not, however, stop him from pressing for a political advantage in the yers to come.

James Carville I don't trust as far as I can throw him. He's a political firebug.

61 posted on 12/18/2002 4:42:15 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: VaBthang4
When FR becomes a popularity contest let me know.

Why?

62 posted on 12/18/2002 4:43:14 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: kcvl
"James Carville just read a letter on CNN that he wrote to Lott accepting his apology because he said he spoke to John Lewis about it. He said that Lewis convinced him that nothing would ever be done about race relations if we kept up the crusade against Trent Lott.

I'm totally confused because Carville seemed sincere. ???


Because they overplayed their hand. The RAT-tool Lott as ML, even more their guy after he gave us patent Lott - was what they aimed for with a wide swath cut across 'WHITEY GOP & WHITEY BIGOT CONSERVATIVES'.

Now, we turn this around.

Lott is (soon) off the table as ML, sticks around because he has a 'contract with Mississippians through 06' and needs to do something right.

The RATS will have themselves a man that will be fair...but firm...and they're scared shatless.
63 posted on 12/18/2002 4:44:17 PM PST by ApesForEvolution
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To: ApesForEvolution; Sabertooth
Inasmuch as Trent Lott was in kindergarten in 1948, he did not vote for Thurmond. He did not run on a "similar" platform to the Dixiecrats. He did not write a jacket-flap endorsement calling a segregationist an "American Dreamer."

The idea that Lott took the occasion of an old timer's birthday to introduce a new policy initiative to bring back segregation – a Democrat policy – is ludicrous.

Ann Coulter
64 posted on 12/18/2002 4:45:37 PM PST by TLBSHOW
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To: ApesForEvolution
Bingo.
65 posted on 12/18/2002 4:45:48 PM PST by VaBthang4
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To: ChadGore
Yaaaaaa Baaaby! grOWLLLL! Conservative babes are KEWEL!

She's better to look at than a poke in the eye, that's fur sure.
66 posted on 12/18/2002 4:47:55 PM PST by ApesForEvolution
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To: jwalsh07
I don't find anything admirable at all in your use of this incident to dump Lott.

That's politics. He has become a liability.

Tell me, what is admirable about hamstringing our Senate, letting the Dems make us the Party of Lott, and couging up the Legislative and Executive Branches in two years, just because it galls you to concede a lost and worthless cause to the Democrats?

It's all about self-congratualtion and spite for Lott defenders; any downside to Lott stepping down goes threefold for him staying.

If the Democrats want to do us a favor, let them.

Your strategy is like fighting to keep the Germans from blowing up a bridge you wanted down anyway.




67 posted on 12/18/2002 4:48:25 PM PST by Sabertooth
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To: TLBSHOW
Cloud? Meet Silver Lining...
68 posted on 12/18/2002 4:48:57 PM PST by ApesForEvolution
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To: Sabertooth
"Your strategy is like fighting to keep the Germans from blowing up a bridge you wanted down anyway."

Haha....perfect analogy.

69 posted on 12/18/2002 4:50:00 PM PST by VaBthang4
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To: hole_n_one; VaBthang4
Don't be too surprised if one day someone taps you on the back of your shoulder, and, as you turn around to see who it is, you see Coulter tossing a vicious right cross upon your chin for even suggesting that she is, in any way , shape or form, tlbshow's girl.

I'd hit her in the mouth with a pastrami sandwich, and make her finish it.




70 posted on 12/18/2002 4:51:04 PM PST by Sabertooth
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To: VaBthang4
Thurmond went on to reject segregation, become a Republican, and serve his country well as a U.S. senator.

Ann Coulter
71 posted on 12/18/2002 4:51:34 PM PST by TLBSHOW
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To: Sabertooth
"That's politics. He has become a liability.

Tell me, what is admirable about hamstringing our Senate, letting the Dems make us the Party of Lott, and couging up the Legislative and Executive Branches in two years, just because it galls you to concede a lost and worthless cause to the Democrats?

It's all about self-congratualtion and spite for Lott defenders; any downside to Lott stepping down goes threefold for him staying.

If the Democrats want to do us a favor, let them.

Your strategy is like fighting to keep the Germans from blowing up a bridge you wanted down anyway"


Chalk it up to the "Custer Caucus" of the GOP. BTW, BRA-VO! WELL, well said mis amigo!
72 posted on 12/18/2002 4:52:25 PM PST by ApesForEvolution
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To: ApesForEvolution
You better get used to the idea that you shot at and missed the second in command of the republican party because there will be a price paid for that.

Lott's not going anywhere, the tide has turned. The rats won't be releasing any more "embarassing" information, that is if they have any.

Spike Lee said yesterday that Colin Powell and Condie Rice should be out criticising Lott and guess what Colin Powell did today?

You were played like a violin by a virtuoso.

I only hope that once and for all America can have an open and frank debate about race in this country.

73 posted on 12/18/2002 4:52:56 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: TLBSHOW
tlbcut_n_pasteshow
74 posted on 12/18/2002 4:54:23 PM PST by hole_n_one
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To: Sabertooth
I told you last night what would hapen and you harrumphed it. Now I'm telling you that you missed, Lott will be staying. See my previous post.
75 posted on 12/18/2002 4:54:33 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: Sabertooth
"vicious right-cross"

LOL

What is she 120 lbs? Just how vicious could it be? LOL...

I'd get the willies because she touched me. Yuck.
76 posted on 12/18/2002 4:55:12 PM PST by VaBthang4
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To: jwalsh07
You better get used to the idea that you shot at and missed the second in command of the republican party because there will be a price paid for that.

Lott's not going anywhere, the tide has turned. The rats won't be releasing any more "embarassing" information, that is if they have any.

I have good news: there is life after Kool Aid.




77 posted on 12/18/2002 4:55:24 PM PST by Sabertooth
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To: Sabertooth
"I'd hit her in the mouth with a pastrami sandwich, and make her finish it."

Oh, man...now you've got me choking on my BLT!!! LOL!!!

Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, 1 slice American, 1 slice Swiss, Light Pepper, Deli Dill, Miracle Whip and.....FRESH LOTTED 12 GRAIN WHOLE WHEAT!!

With a side of gourmet chips and a cooool beverage of course.
78 posted on 12/18/2002 4:55:35 PM PST by ApesForEvolution
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To: TLBSHOW
As usual, Ann says it best.
79 posted on 12/18/2002 4:55:35 PM PST by Mercat
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To: TLBSHOW

A two-bullseye BTTT for this excellent read.

80 posted on 12/18/2002 4:56:19 PM PST by Cultural Jihad
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To: ApesForEvolution
"Custer Caucus"

LOL


81 posted on 12/18/2002 4:56:53 PM PST by VaBthang4
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To: VaBthang4
Just how vicious could it be...

I concede that the term vicious was an exaggeration.

82 posted on 12/18/2002 4:57:56 PM PST by hole_n_one
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To: jwalsh07
Now I'm telling you that you missed, Lott will be staying. See my previous post.

Lott is a dead man talking. He's not the most valuable player, he's been the weakest link for years.

The GOP isn't about to leap into the swirling bowl with him.




83 posted on 12/18/2002 4:57:58 PM PST by Sabertooth
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To: Sabertooth
Tell me, what is admirable about hamstringing our Senate, letting the Dems make us the Party of Lott, and couging up the Legislative and Executive Branches in two years, just because it galls you to concede a lost and worthless cause to the Democrats?

My defense of Lott was a simple matter for me. Since I didn't believe he was a racist, I do believe in redemption and I find loyalty in bad times an admirable trait, I was locked in.

And if you or anybody else doesn't like it, that's life.

84 posted on 12/18/2002 4:58:14 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: jwalsh07
I find loyalty in bad times an admirable trait, I was locked in.

When the Japanese took the Philippines, should MacArthur have stayed and fought it out?




85 posted on 12/18/2002 5:00:04 PM PST by Sabertooth
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To: TLBSHOW
Thurmond went on to reject segregation, become a Republican, and serve his country well as a U.S. senator.

Ann Coulter

Exactly, which is why nobody has a problem with Thurmond. LOTT stupidly praised Thurmond's stance before Thurmond changed it, which is why all the brouhaha.

86 posted on 12/18/2002 5:00:25 PM PST by Darling Lili
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To: Sabertooth
The GOP isn't about to leap into the swirling bowl with him.

What do you make of tonight's news that most of the Republican Senators want him to stay? Last night I thought he was a goner.

87 posted on 12/18/2002 5:00:50 PM PST by KansasConservative
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To: Sabertooth
I have good news: there is life after Kool Aid.

You should get out more.

But we'll see what happens.

88 posted on 12/18/2002 5:00:59 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: Darling Lili
LOTT stupidly praised Thurmond's stance before Thurmond changed it, which is why all the brouhaha.

It doesn't seem that hard to understand, does it?




89 posted on 12/18/2002 5:01:40 PM PST by Sabertooth
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To: ApesForEvolution
You lose apes. Isn't the du calling yu and your friends

,.,.,..,.,

This whole brouhaha is about a

former Democrat

praising another

former Democrat

for what was once a Democrat policy.

Ann Coulter

The democrat policy is racism

TLBSHOW

90 posted on 12/18/2002 5:01:41 PM PST by TLBSHOW
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To: jwalsh07
But its Lotts PRIVATE LIFE....
91 posted on 12/18/2002 5:02:06 PM PST by outpost44
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To: Sabertooth
When the Japanese took the Philippines, should MacArthur have stayed and fought it out?

You take yourself much too seriously, this is politics, not war. And generals never become sargents.

92 posted on 12/18/2002 5:04:07 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: jwalsh07
"I only hope that once and for all America can have an open and frank debate about race in this country."

Me Three! Lott couldn't lead the herd of cats before, he doesn't have a prayer now.

He'll be gone from ML and in the Senate by Christmas, if not Friday at 5:30 eastern time.

He was jeopardizing the conservative agenda and we weren't going to get to the playoffs and WIN. THOSE ARE THE STAKES. You don't understand what Lott was, is and will always be.

In fact, it appeared that, in patent LIMPA-LOTT, RAT-genuflecting style, he was willing to sabotage the whole season...all because of...the Trent, his stupid, indefensible and wrong-headed comments as Leader-designate...with cameras rolling!!

And, what's worst of all...is that SOME want him to stay after all this patent Lott crap! Unbefrigginlievable!!!
93 posted on 12/18/2002 5:04:23 PM PST by ApesForEvolution
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To: TLBSHOW
I like Ann but she's wrong there. They aren't democrats, they are republicans.
94 posted on 12/18/2002 5:04:52 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: kcvl
YOU WROTE: "I'm totally confused because Carville seemed sincere. ???"


Don't buy it.

Carville wants to do the attack ads on Lott the way they did on Gingrich. Gingrich, who was a pretty innocuous guy, came out looking like Attilla the Hun and the Republicans lost all they had gained. Carville doesn't want the issue to go away by Lott stepping down.

We now know how the story was spread. It appeared in "Notes" but few noticed it. It was Carville and Sid Blumenthal who were the first to spread the story, along with the negative spin. They called or emailed everyone they knew--then the liberal bloggers got on board, then the conservative bloggers, then the Washington Post, then everybody.
95 posted on 12/18/2002 5:04:52 PM PST by FreedomFlyer
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To: KansasConservative
What do you make of tonight's news that most of the Republican Senators want him to stay? Last night I thought he was a goner.

It's a perforated trial balloon, at best. It's not unkown for dead chickens to twitch.




96 posted on 12/18/2002 5:05:05 PM PST by Sabertooth
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To: kcvl
Of course Carville would love to see Lott remain SML. This ought to tell all of you Lott apologists something.
97 posted on 12/18/2002 5:05:12 PM PST by my right
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They are able to do this because the republicans do not stand up to assaults that have any reference to race.

Bull. I remember some Conservative instigated referendums in certain states that disallowed the kind of race-based discrimination endorsed by Lott on BET...seems to me Republicans held up quite well to the pressure...and succeeded wildly. Polls show that a large majority of Americans agree with us on this issue.

Republicans have made great strides in working towards a color-blind society, at great personal cost, and over a very long period of time.

Your statement is an insult to all of those who have labored so mightily in this cause. It's not true, it is simply an attempt to shore up your faulty thesis that somehow because we wouldn't defend Lott's stupidity, we will somehow be open to the race-baiters tactics. Nothing could be further from the truth. You're fear-mongering. The true surrender would have been for the whole party to have followed Lott down his destructive path. He's the one the left has by the short hairs...no one else.

This has all been about Trent Lott from beginning to end. 99% of conservatives are not racists, and the left has gotten a big shock because this debacle has ultimately done nothing except highlight that fact. The American people are seeing that clearly, why can't you?

98 posted on 12/18/2002 5:06:23 PM PST by EternalVigilance
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To: VaBthang4
Lott is a fine fellow; he just has some sort of liberal-Tourette's syndrome that makes him spout Democrat ideas at random. A few years ago, Lott practically wanted to give the adulterous Air Force pilot Kelly Flinn a silver star for her service.

Earth to Ann: People are weary of Lott's "liberal-Tourette's syndrome" which is why they want him to step down.

Lott's "liberal-Tourette's syndrome" has hurt his party and his president's agenda. What the hell happens when a non-affirmative action, judicial nominee vote comes before the Senate? With a nearly 50-50 split, I wonder how Lott will vote now, after his "promises" on BET?

Either way he's screwed, the idiot.

99 posted on 12/18/2002 5:06:26 PM PST by Darling Lili
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To: jwalsh07
War is politics by other means.

It is the natural/logical extension of Politics.

100 posted on 12/18/2002 5:06:50 PM PST by VaBthang4
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