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  •  He was supposed to be in my hometown (3+ / 0-)

    Tuesday night but did not show. It was a fundraiser for Topinka. She has had little to say on the issue. Glamberson is right when he says part of this district is more like Northern Kentucky. I have heard several people say they would like to break away from Illinois and make that the name of their new state. Remember, part of this area is further South geographically than the capitol of the Old Confederacy. I am not a Shimkus fan and hope Stover can take him down this year. But, ad buys on the St. Louis stations are expensive and he needs money. Please help him out and let Danny Stover be part of the freshman class of a new Democratic majority in the House.

    It is an unfortunate human failing that a full pocketbook often groans more loudly than an empty stomach. Franklin D. Roosevelt

    by Illinois Democrat on Fri Oct 06, 2006 at 09:43:04 AM PDT

    •  AMEN - so said John Laesch (1+ / 0-)
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      If John Laesch could shake about a dozen reporters long enough to make a comment here, he would.

      Congress needs Danny Stover - please, dig deep, donate much.  The reward: You get back your country, reclaim your pride, and redeem the waste of American lives in Iraq.  And John said that about Danny, too.

      John Laesch is not qualified to be a Net Roots Candidate. - Koz - that's just wrong

      by llbear on Fri Oct 06, 2006 at 03:04:50 PM PDT

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