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    We Are Better Than That

    We Are Better Than That

    I was out most of the night, so I only could follow the developments in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race sporadically.  Apparently David Prosser picked up over 7000 votes, and now has a commanding lead, although it is too early to declare victory because there always could be a surprise.

    But this is not a time to gloat.  If Prosser wins, it is not a win for Prosser or for a particular political party.  What is important is that every vote counts and every vote was counted.  This is a victory for the democratic process.

    So tonight is a time to reflect on what makes this country great, and not to take joy at the disappointment of others.  We are better than that.

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    @J: I don't think she relishes "tranya" (it was tranya, right?)

    Anyway, Kloppenburg hasn't been the same since that house fell on her sister.

    Deek ….yea but here we dropped a whole city on them


     
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    Van Halen | April 8, 2011 at 8:17 am

    What's interesting here is that the unions poured a fortune into money and turnout for this election, ramped up the violence and threats, then brought in Liberal heavyweights like Moore and Jackson and De La Rocha, etc. Then there was tremendous voter turnout and still they lost.

    nucsnipe April 7, 2011 11:08 PM . . . Heh! Perfect! Absolutely, the perfect image.

    In fact, I believe I may have heard the explosion, though, at the speed of sound, it took a while to get here to NJ.

    I'd like to think I'm better than that, but I'm not quite sure I am.


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