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  •  Tell you what (0+ / 0-)

    You provide to me the list of newly elected members of congress who have issued anti-choice statements or have them on their issues papers, with links to those statements and we can have this discussion.

    "I have a philosophy about elections. I believe issues divide and values unite."--Gov. Brian Schweitzer

    by Joan McCarter on Fri Nov 17, 2006 at 09:35:39 AM PST

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    •  mcjoan, I have the list. (0+ / 0-)

      mcjoan, what is your problem? Why do I need to jump through all these hoops just to have a discussion?

      What do you want with a list of newly elected anti-abortion Democrats? Let's assume that for now that Casey is at the top of this list.

      Has Dean been spreading rumors about how great he is? Is this what this is all about?

      Or you a Christian Conservative Republican pretending to be a pro-abortion Democrat?

      •  Oh, bullshit (0+ / 0-)

        I don't know where you got this fiction of an evil Dean who wants to take abortion rights away, but it's a figment of your imagination. You are throwing around accusations without providing any evidence and now making inflammatory accusations. Take it elsewhere.

        "I have a philosophy about elections. I believe issues divide and values unite."--Gov. Brian Schweitzer

        by Joan McCarter on Fri Nov 17, 2006 at 06:12:12 PM PST

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        •  I have the list that you requested (0+ / 0-)

          Do I need to post names. Please tell me what you want. I can always send each one of them an e-mail with your comments about how the Democratic Party should muzzle them.

    •  mcjoan, wapo proves my point (0+ / 0-)

      mcjoan, Washington Post article about Blue Dog Democrats proves my point.

      Boehner, Blunt Picked To Lead GOP in House - washingtonpost_com
      http://www.washingtonpost.com/...

      Boehner, Blunt Picked To Lead GOP in House
      Conservative Activists Rejected in Vote
      By Shailagh Murray and Jonathan Weisman
      Washington Post Staff Writers
      Saturday, November 18, 2006; Page A01

      Some House Republicans may try to outflank the Democratic leadership by joining with moderate-to-conservative Democrats in the "Blue Dog" caucus to form a center-right coalition, according to Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.).

      "The Blue Dog Democrats are going to have to defend the platform they ran on -- pro-life, small government, the like,"
      © 2006 The Washington Post Company

      •  Waaa? (0+ / 0-)

        Some House Republicans may try to outflank the Democratic leadership by joining with moderate-to-conservative Democrats in the "Blue Dog" caucus to form a center-right coalition, according to Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.).

        "The Blue Dog Democrats are going to have to defend the platform they ran on -- pro-life, small government, the like,"

        This is your idea of proof that Dean wants to overturn Roe? Defending this position is what Democrats have done since Roe was decided in the SC.

        Your entire article was about the Republicans trying to maintain some power. Dean wasn't mentioned.

        You are going to have to do better than this.

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