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The Therapy Sessions
Friday, March 05, 2004
 

Take back America?


Tim Blair takes on Margo Kingston, but the best part is one of the comments:

Blair's post:

DEAN SUPPOOORTER IDENTIFIED

Margooo Kingstooon writes:

I followed the Democratic primary in the US on the web, and was very disappointed when Howard Dean bowed out. His 'Take back America' campaign hit the spot with me, and at least his outspokenness on the Iraq war and the takeover of the US government by crony capitalism energised liberal voters and caught on with the other candidates. He's now planning a transformation of his huge internet support base into a grassrooots activist movement.



She only followed a single primary? Which one?

Posted by Tim Blair at March 5, 2004 12:35 AM


From the comments:

This line got me:"His 'Take back America' campaign hit the spot with me"

Why the hell would an Aussie be interested in a "Take Back America" message? What's the deal? Did the British put you guys up to this? Well, here's a message for you to take back to your paymasters: Forget it! We took it from you fair and square, and you can't have it back! Nyaahh!!

Posted by: TomK at March 5, 2004 at 05:34 AM


Classic.


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