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  •  Senn (none)
    That Deborah certainly does polarize, doesn't she?

    steina, I'm surprised that you've been taken in by the business/CofC propaganda.  Deborah was certainly different from most Insurance Commissioners, in that she regulated the industry based on what was best for the insured rather than the insurers, but I would think that those in the Democratic wing of the Democratic party would applaud that.

    Unfortunately, in this year's AG race, both Democratic candidates were abrasive and polarizing.  All Rob McKenna had to do to win, no matter whether Senn or Sidran had gotten the Dem nod, was to be a cipher and stay out of the way.  Which is, apparently, the extent of his political skills and credentials.

    [Disclosure:  I know Deborah fairly well, and my sister has worked extensively on several of her campaigns.]

    You're only young once, but you can be immature forever -- Larry Andersen

    by N in Seattle on Mon Nov 08, 2004 at 11:00:40 PM PST

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    •  Purple Boy (none)
      N,

      We can talk about this tomorrow while I take all your money yet again.  Do you disagree that Sidran would have been a better bet to win this race?  I thought I've heard you say as much before.

      Do you really think that I am taken in by "propaganda"?  "The Democratic wing of the Democratic Party"...  where have I heard that before?  Have I ever not had a good reason for my sometimes bizzare political positions?

      [Disclosure:  I know Mark Sidran fairly well, and he has a nice ass.]

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