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  •  Jeez, Guys WAKE DA FUCK UP (none)
    The (formerly) Grand Old Party (or at least those who masquerade as us today)are gonna roll over AARP on this.  It's all about choking off support for AARP and sladering it so that those in their mid-40's throw the "Age 50" letter you get on your 50th birthday in the trash.

    It's targeted, it's intended, and it's gonna work unless you guys start getting your shit together.

    You trot out guys like Bob Shrum to run your presidential campaigns; you got Al Franken (nice mid-Western sounding name, eh? And a Harvard guy, to boot) as the centerpiece of your nascient radio network; you lay on real media stars like Harry "No Doz" Reid and Barbara "I can't believe her eyeballs don't just pop out of her sockets from all the plastic surgery" Boxer to do your public rebuttals.

    I fell all over myself WARNING the Kerry campaign that they needed to knock down the Swifties, and was ignored; "they had it covered".  Like the DNC, they had one too many 28 year old Ivy League dilletante and not enough state college street fighters.

    When the FUCK is the Democratic Party gonna wake up?  You're losing the propoganda war and your PR guys couldn't sell snowcones in the Sahara. The White House is vicious; they attack all the time - and they do it savagely.  And their best guy at it doesn't even have a degree!

    So WAKE DA FUCK UP, put your Ivy League types up on the Hill working on legislation, and leave the rough and tumble to guys who KNOW how to fight back at these bastards the same way they come at you.

    "The beginning of thought is in disagreement -- not only with others but also with ourselves." - Eric Hoffer

    by Thinking Republican on Mon Feb 21, 2005 at 07:04:27 PM PST

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