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July 29, 2005

It's Time To Blame The Democrats

-- by Gary Boatwright

All of the end of session legislation on Bush's wish list would not be getting so many Democratic votes without Harry Reid's blessing.

With Democrat Support, Bush Agenda Moves Forward

Tom Vilsack has declared war on the Democratic party.

Democrats don’t get this. Sure, at a cognitive level they recognize the task, but they don’t “get it.” (If you want to see just how much they don’t get it, watch Charlie Rose’s interview with the new head of the DLC Vilsack. The war against Dean and liberals is now official.)


Blueprint Magazine has declared war on the Democratic party.

Will Marshall has declared war on the Democratic Party.

Harry Reid Is A Bush Sockpuppet.

Posted by Gary Boatwright at July 29, 2005 10:04 PM

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