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    Default Alabama: Republican Gothic

    George Will... is not impressed --

    http://thehill.com/media/345447-geor...normal-for-gop
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    I agree with Will, on this issue. McConnell is the biggest, fattest, swamp critter of them all.
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    Default Re: Alabama: Republican Gothic

    Honest conservatives still live. It's just that the current Republican leadership is totally craven and profoundly anti-conservative.

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    republicans, they eat their own. . .
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Default Re: Alabama: Republican Gothic

    Strange endorsed by White House. Roy Moore (yes... full-whacko Moore) leads the polling.

    https://www.yahoo.com/tv/senate-race...143806109.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdh View Post
    I agree with Will, on this issue. McConnell is the biggest, fattest, swamp critter of them all.
    I read Will's column ( as opposed to the article about the column) and did not see that comment about mcconnell in it.

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    McConnell is the man behind the ad campaign, to the tune of about $8 million, in favor of his lackey, Strange.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peb View Post
    I read Will's column ( as opposed to the article about the column) and did not see that comment about mcconnell in it.

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    I believe he's referencing paragraph #6 in the Will column. Where he attack ads seem to be associated with ol' Mitch.

    AND... I provided the Bowden piece - which includes a link to the Will piece - so that we see not only the column, but some informed reaction to it. You really should read both... not just the original column. If you are interested in clarity and perspective, that its.
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