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The Weblog at The View from the Core - Thu. 12/11/03 09:18:11 AM

Re: Dean & Gore

Paul (who used to be a Democrat) writes again:

When you think about it, the Gore endorsement actually makes perfect sense; he and Dean have formed the "angry" coalition of the Democratic Party. Gore's still angry about Florida 2000, and Dean, well, he's just generally angry (as evidenced by that fundraiser; apparently the offensive remarks weren't enough to keep him from speaking... and taking the money).
Making jokes about how the wife of the Vice-President looks? Or Condi Rice? Apparently they're still using the same juvenile methods they tried in the fall of 2000 on Katharine Harris (which didn't work then, either).

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Thu. 12/11/03 09:18:11 AM
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