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    She can "vote for it before she votes against it" to make her position on the matter even more crystal clear.  No ambiguity here, eh?

    I don't see anyone on the fence being swayed by this desperate attempt at pandering to "moderates".

    I do, however, see a lot of the "base" getting really pissed off at this, myself included.  There's no way in hell I'd back her in 2008.

    I'm so metal I have the unlisted Number of the Beast.

    by MjrMjr on Mon Dec 05, 2005 at 07:30:11 PM PST

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      and NO way are moderate Republicans going to vote for her so that leaves only conservative Dems aka DINOs and someConservative but anti Republican leaning  Independents. And some Independents will not go for her because of her pro war stance.  But I cannot see Progressives or Moderate Democrats going for her. She is too conservative for some moderate Democrats I know.

      America was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand-Harry S. Truman

      by wishingwell on Mon Dec 05, 2005 at 09:43:41 PM PST

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