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« The Democratic politics of troop withdrawal | Main | Karl Rove: The man Democrats should learn to love »

June 27, 2005

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Alan Charles

While it might appear we have the Republicans on the ropes, I want to remind each of us #1, that we must not be premature in our celebrations, because every time this administration's polling numbers tank, we get another terrur alert and #2, unless we get our elected represenatives in Washington working on getting rid of those evoting machines that leave no paper trail, all our efforts will have been for naught. Remember, it's who counts the votes that counts.

joe mama

Your column needs a Part 2, to discuss where our military is at now, being overextended, and falling well short of recruitment goals. Not to mention the benefit cuts that this administration has passed.

Tommy

So how many divisions will report 'not ready for duty' now that Bush's invasion has sent recruitment numbers plummeting and morale spiraling downward?

How ready are we now, George?

BURL STALEY

BUSH IS AWAR PREIDENT HOW DARE ANYONE OBJECT TO THIS WAR AFTER ALL HE WAS ALMOST ANATIONAL GUARDSMAN JUST DIDNT HAVE TIME TO SERVE IN THAT CAPIACTY TOO BUSY DOWN AT THE WATERING HOLE LOCAL BAR

George T. Karnezis

I agree to keep the pressure on and one way to do that is to pay close attention to every word Bush and his homicidal maniacal cohorts have said, and then use those words against them. For instance, to day I heard that Bush said of Clinton's efforts in Bosnia that he should give a definite timeline for wirthdrawal. He needs to be quoted and pilloried, but the attack should avoid cynicism: we must come up with constructive suggestions.

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