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View Diary: Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest: After California primaries, we update five race ratings (159 comments)

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  •  you're missing my point here. (0+ / 0-)

    blaming someone who put a republican in office is perfectly acceptable.  even if the dems had been closer - they still would have split the dem vote giving the seat to republicans.

    what is more important to you - the opportunity for someone to have their name on the   "faux-primary" ballot and then losing the opportunity to run in the general or determining which democrat would best be able to survive that "faux-primary" to be a contender in the general.

    this was a pyrrhic victory for kim.  he was able to "run" but he "lost" both the primary and the district for his party.

    this district outcome is a wake-up call for dems in california - now let's see how self-destructive the california party members really are in the next election or if they learn from this travesty.

    •  Please stop. (0+ / 0-)

      Kim did not "lose" the the district for the Party and you should stop saying so. He was a credible candidate who ran a strong, unquixotic campaign and lost.

      •  and now two republicans are running against (0+ / 0-)

        each other in the general.

        please stop defending the indefensible...

        sorta like nader didn't cost gore the election, imho.

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