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As inevitable as the sun setting in the west
Posted by: mcq on Thursday, April 26, 2007

Somehow this was treated as "news":
Democratic presidential candidates criticized President Bush over the Iraq war Thursday night in the first debate of their campaign, and urged him to reconsider his threat to veto legislation to begin withdrawing U.S. troops.
Oh, and this was cute (and so important):
While Iraq dominated the debate's early moments, Edwards was asked about having paid for a $400 haircut from campaign donations rather than from his own wallet.

"That was a mistake, which we remedied," he said. A wealthy former trial lawyer, he recalled once having gone to dinner at a restaurant as a young child and having to leave because his father could not afford the prices.

"I've not forgotten where I came from," he said.
Yeah? So how much do a loaf of bread and a gallon of milk cost (that being the apparent MSM metric for remembering where you came from)?

Oh ... and the risk free answers from the "debators" about Iraq?
"I am proud that I opposed this war from the start," said Obama - a jab at those on the stage who voted to authorize the invasion.
Of course you are.
"I would withdraw all of our troops by the end of our calendar year," and invite Iran and Syria to a regional security conference, said Richardson.
Of course you would.

Whoa ... 19 months until the '08 elections? 19 more months of this? Ye gods ...
 
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I’ve not forgotten where I came from," he said.
Indeed. The South Quarter of his palatial mansion currently occupies where he came from I believe...

The more I hear these lightweights opine on Iraq and national security, the more sure I become that Rudy is gonna win the white house...
 
Written By: shark
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Is it to late to move into a cave and dodge this 19 month hell?

I just want someone to stop by and tell me who got the republican nomination, and bring me some dirty mags...

What? It’s a cave... I’ll get lonely...
 
Written By: Scott
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The greatest country in the free world (what, tell me, nowdays, is the un-free world? Oh, never mind.) begins its quest for a new leader and this is what you report? The sound bites and pandering could not have been this blatantly facile. Tell me that even the sheeple could not be this shallow a target even at this early stage of the process of selecting a President. Have we come so far that your synopsis could be anywhere close to what transpired?
I prefer to think that your report is an expression of ... political angst on your part. Surely even the MSM will produce a more positive report of what transpired at this pivitol presentation. Oh wait. Of course the MSM will produce a more positive report - if they have to make it up from whole cloth; what was I thinking?
 
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