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    How lame is this? I thought they worked for the best interests of the public!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    How lame is this? I thought they worked for the best interests of the public!
    Its pretty comical isn't it? What's next. Do it for the gipper. What a joke!

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    John Kerry was interviewed with Orin Hatch this weekend. He made a statement that the Republicans should be more like Ted Kennedy. I know why I'm not in politics. I would have said what, you want us to be murderers and drunktards. Kerry is a master at being a POS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullup View Post
    John Kerry was interviewed with Orin Hatch this weekend. He made a statement that the Republicans should be more like Ted Kennedy. I know why I'm not in politics. I would have said what, you want us to murderers and drunktards. Kerry is a master at being a POS.
    Thats putting it mildly. Kind of ironic coming from a guy living off a republicans estate.

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    Yep, playing on our sympathy. Not much of it here, sorry!
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    Yeah they think that just because Teddy died the Repubs should feel sorry for him and give in to passing a horendous bill.

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    I have compassion for his family as they have lost a family member they loved. However, I have no sympathy for a douchebag who got away with at least involuntary manslaughter with NO punishment...

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