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I do hope in Nov 08 the conservative base will turn out and show their displeasure with the RINO's in the party



Kennedy alliance costly to GOP senators
By Ralph Z. Hallow
THE WASHINGTON TIMES



An immigration alliance with Democratic Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts is damaging Arizona Sen. John McCain and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham among conservative Republicans.
The damage to the two Republican senators caused by their support for Mr. Kennedy's immigration bill -- which was blocked by a Senate filibuster last night -- is especially clear in Mr. Graham's home state, scene of an early presidential primary next year.
"I'm very wary of a Republican who is talking to Ted Kennedy," Rick Beltram, Republican Party chairman for Spartanburg County, S.C., told The Washington Times yesterday, after it was reported that Mr. Graham and Mr. McCain had first checked with Mr. Kennedy before deciding to vote with the Massachusetts Democrat on an amendment to the Senate bill.
The Kennedy-McCain alliance was criticized by one of Mr. McCain's Republican presidential rivals, Colorado Rep. Tom Tancredo.
"John McCain has always prided himself as a man who marches to the beat of a different drummer," Mr. Tancredo told The Times yesterday. "How depressing to learn that the drummer is Ted Kennedy."
A South Carolina Republican who resigned Wednesday from the McCain campaign said he had reached a "parting of ways with McCain and Lindsey Graham" over the immigration issue.
http://washingtontimes.com/national/20070608-124010-3947r.htm
 
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red states rule

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And yet you'll keep supporting RINO's in the same vein as GWB.
So now Rudy, Fred, and Mitt are RINO's?

I am a Reagan conservative whie you seem to be an angry something or other
 

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