Iraq By Numbers..Have the Dems Over Reached??

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    Iraq, by the numbers
    Nov 22 2005 02:52 PM

    By TimChapman

    http://www.townhall.com/blogs/capitolreport/TimChapman/story/2005/11/22/176535.html

     
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    I was thinking this just recently myself. If the Dems had left well enough alone or were willing to capitalize on the border issue they would have been solid for 2006, now they have a reuinified R Party to defy their hopes of winning the Congress.
     
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    They really need to drop the" above the fray" mentality and get into the mud pit, because in politics just being correct or justified is not enough, you need to TOOT the horn...
    Where's Karen Hughes??? Who is heading up their PR dept??
     
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    Bingo--people didn't re-elect him to be above it all---I voted for him thinking he would continue to kick ass.
     

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