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September 19, 2006

Maria and The Grey Lady

Decent feature article in the New York Times today about Maria v. Mike(!). 

The Times' conclusion: unlike those whacky Dems in Connecticuct, we're "pragmatic" for supporting Maria.  Damn straight.

My favorite bit of false McGavick bravado:

Beyond specific policy differences, Mr. McGavick said his campaign
was centered on “the need for civility and the need for common sense
and problem solving.”

“That’s what has gotten me this far,” he said, “and that’s what will carry me on to victory.”

Um, does anybody really think that electing another Republican to the Senate is going to help "solve problems" like Iraq, Katrina recovery, global warming, ballooning debt and rampant corruption?

That's why Mike(!) is umpteen points behind in the polls.





Posted by Jon Stahl on September 19, 2006 at 06:50 AM in Candidate Races | Permalink

Comments

Yeah! A republican like Leiberman?
I think the Connecticut have a Viable Candidate who not only represents their Democratic base but has millions to run for election. I would say they have the best of both worlds. Not a thing wacky there! "Damn Straight!"
Get out of IRAQ NOW and quit flushing 9 billion a week down the sewer!

Posted by: ozy | Sep 19, 2006 10:40:26 PM

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