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June 19, 2007



reflecting her own keen political instincts.

Oh, she has political instincts. I'm not sure I'd call them "keen". I find her a nasty piece of work. I'm sorry she has cancer, but when she said Lynne Cheney was ashamed of Mary, I felt ashamed of Elizabeth Edwards.

I also don't find the haircut obsession to be over nothing. I don't care that he paid $400 for a haircut, although I would have expected better results. It is typical of a Democrat to pay so much for so little.

I do care that Edwards is a millionaire and he charged a $400 haircut to his campaign, so the people making $7/hour could contribute to it. If they want to joke about it, fine. But what other jokes is the middle-income American going to have to pay for if Edwards gets his way?


We would probably pay with our lives since Mr. Wonderful doesn't even believe we are in a war on terror. His idea of deplomacy is probably to invite them to the nearest spa.

I can't stand these two. They come into an area and build a tremongous house and then proceed to try to get rid of the people who have lived there for a hundred years by using their national voice to trash these people. They knew these people lived there before they built their mansion. They probably planned to get rid of them all along. Not only that but their mansion raised the local ad valorem taxes for the local people. It might get to the point that they cannot afford to live in the area of their birth.


What gets me is that they claim his dad worked in a mill. What they fail to point out is that he was the supervisor of the mill and not just a plain mill worker.

I agree with Barbara S that I can't stand these two - and for some of the same reasons. The other reason is that here we have an ambulance chasing lawyer who got elected to the Senate. Within 2 years of being elected he starts running for president. You hear that he was a senator and a lawyer. You hear the stories about some of his cases. You do not hear that he was such a lousy senator that he would probably not have gotten re-elected and that he accomplished precisely nothing while in the Senate. In fact he seems to me to bring absolutely nothing to the campaign except a lot of propaganda and a witch of a wife who parlays her cancer into a major campaign issue.


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If the basement was sweltering, the rest of the courthouse must have been an oven.

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