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March 08, 2011


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WOW, the KOS kiddies are getting to the point of frothing at the mouth.... Just curious how the 2010 elections went for the KOS kiddies? A move to the left is just what the Democratic candidates need....Big government has gotten us into this mess, it sure isnt going to be more big government to get us out.


Beats me, how the Moderate Democrats can be so utterly clueless...whats McCaskills..plan..? move even further to the right...become just another Republican lite (did she not see how many of the House blue dogs lost, because the base wasnt there for them, in 2010?).? ..pull your head out of the sand, Claire...take a look around..people are MAD and fighting back (the WORKING class people!)...they are fighting the GOP agenda..in WI, NJ, OH, but they are cheering the Democrats who finally stood up for and with them and are fighting back..too! you think you are going to win your election by becoming what the people are fed up with...? A Republican.?...Jeez..you Dems are dense...I dont know which Democratic strategy expert you guys are listening to...but better fire them and listen to the people you represent, your base..they are screaming at you...! And would some one please tell the blathering fool Tweety (Chris)Matthews that the people of this country dont appear to be as centrist as he keeps claiming they are...(they are NOT...any more)..

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