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  •  What does James Carville have to do with this? (0+ / 0-)
    •  James Carville has to do with EVERYTHING! (1+ / 0-)
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      collegekid318

      The invisible hand of James Carville is responsible for EVERYTHING!!!!!!!

      Especially Dean's failure to spend everything the DNC had this year. That was entirely Carville's fault!

      Join the College Kossacks on Facebook, or the Republicans win.

      by DemocraticLuntz on Thu Mar 29, 2007 at 03:12:18 PM PDT

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      •  Fah! (1+ / 0-)
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        anna

        Well-known fact: Jimmy Carville's tears cure cancer. Too bad he never cries.

        Of course, everyone in the know knows that James Carville is actually Jerome Armstrong.

        •  Go with Hank Gilbert rather than "Noreiga" (0+ / 0-)

          Elections 101
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          Here's a basic 'grassroots' election principle:

          People with weird names don't win.

          Also people whose names sound like famous criminals, mass murders and those who fought wars against the United States (and lost).

          So "Noreiga" is (or should be) off your list.

          Ditto for excellent progressives with names resemble (through no fault of their own) Adolf Hilter, Patty Hearst, Joseph Gambino and the Son of Sam.

          Go instead with "Hank Gilbert."

          •  Hank Gilbert for another reason (0+ / 0-)

            Let's be clear: Bush and his slick pals have lost the trust of many small-town and rural lifelong Republicans here in TX (people like my rancher uncle). Hank Gilbert is EXACTLY the kind of guy they could vote for without having to face the fact that they are voting for a Democrat. Hank comes across as a real Texan first of all, and reminds people of what used to be important Texas values (and yes, there is such a thing!).

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