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Saturday, November 08, 2003


Here He Goes Again...

posted by Editor at Saturday, November 08, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
Sen. My-Campaign-is-Faltering-so-Much-that-My-Desperation-is-Utterly-Pathetic is quoted on as saying:
“Three months ago, Governor Dean was saying what a Democratic principle it is to have campaign finance reform and what a big issue it would be if someone stepped outside,” Kerry said Saturday in Concord, N.H.

“That’s when he wasn’t raising a lot of money. Now, Mr. Change-Your-Opinion-for-Expediency is saying, ’Oh, I’m now able to raise money. Maybe we should get out of the system.’ I think somewhere along the line, fundamental principles are important,” Kerry said.

I think someone needs to remind Sen. Kerry that it's Gov. Change-Your-Opinion-for-Expediency

UPDATE (Aziz): Anthony makes this excellent comment:

Why doesn't the media harp on BUSH RAISING $200 MILLION FOR AN UNOPPOSED PRIMARY? Doesn't THAT shatter public finance?

Great question. Senator Kerry?


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