"Return to Clinton levels"

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    Ever notice how Kerry will never say the words taxes and raise in the same sentences? He uses words like "rollback", and phrases like "return to clinton levels" or "pre fascist levels".
     
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    Or words like "I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it".
     
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    Yes, according to dems also, a Senators voting record should not be looked at as a whole and general trends should not be noted, because "there are just so many votes on every issue." Yeah. SO. And. I think a Senator with no discernable trend, due to selling influence to all ideologies, is less reputable anyway; even if it's TRUE it's STILL a bad argument.
     
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    "you can't judge him on his record, he's too brazenly political and valueless, silly old fashioned republicans."
     
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    And they wonder why they're not winning election when they come up with "defenses" like this.
     
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