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  •  Actually, (3+ / 0-)
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    Pistoche, glorificus, kleinburger
    Not every decision is about furthering liberal agenda
    yes, it is.

    Winning for its own sake is for sports, not politics.

    This place needs a PVP server.

    by JesseCW on Sat Dec 08, 2012 at 12:12:52 AM PST

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    •  Uh. There are two parties. You know that right? (5+ / 0-)

      Sooo if someone a lot of people know from the sucky party switches over to the thumbs up party, then the sucky party has to explain why they don't suck. Since the sucky party is already having trouble explaining why they don't suck to the sucky people in their own party, then that means they will have fewer excuses to explain why they don't change their sucky ways.

      This is about the pressure on the GOP. How is this not clear.

      And puh-lease, are you really going to turn your nose up to Crist running against Rick Scott or even Rubio?

      give me a break.

      If I knew it was going to be that kind of party, I'd have stuck my ---- in the mashed potatoes! - Paul's Boutique

      by DoctorWho on Sat Dec 08, 2012 at 12:56:02 AM PST

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    •  Winning is winning (3+ / 0-)

      You can't accomplish anything if you lose.  I can't believe we even have to have this discussion in 2012.

      "Maybe we should march on the campus of the electoral college and occupy it until they change their vote"--some wingnut, Worldnetdaily

      by chicago minx on Sat Dec 08, 2012 at 07:03:43 AM PST

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    •  If a more appealing D candidate emerges . . . (0+ / 0-)

      People should feel free to vote for him/her in primaries. (See Specter vs. Sestak).

      But if Crist ends up being the D candidate in the general election, he should get our support.

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