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Wednesday, June 08, 2005
This is repulsive, and I will attempt to explain why with the following limited assessment:

"We are living in a time when the other side doesn't want us to see the facts. Facts are inconvenient--facts about global warming, facts about mercury in the air, facts about people staying unemployed longer," blah, blah, blah.

I will go along with the initial assessment (and broad generalization of a certain 8-year period) to claim that her 'side' has also been quite devoid of facts. I didn't inhale, I didn't lie, I didn't get a mic check from someone in the Oval Office; the list goes on. I guess what all of this boils down to is that she is constituent-stumping for the preparation of a 2008 running.

It is nicely summed up here with this statement: "It's too bad that New York's senator is now taking her cues from someone who thinks personal attacks are a substitute for an agenda," RNC press secretary Tracey Schmitt said. This obviously in reference to Dean's comments. After picking a less than desirable candidate as an opponent in the 2004 race, the Democratic Party has resorted to mudslinging as a tactic to win the premier leadership position for the known universe. While not surprised, I am disappointed. At the same time, I am not worried because of the apparent, allowed self-destruction of the Party put forth by a few loud-mouthed characters.

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