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Personally--I'd give the guy what he needs to win the friggin race. Getting Santorum the fuck out of dodge is a high priority item.

You aren't alone, that's for sure. I left one of the campaign links in for people who want to give.

I'll give Casey a vote, but that's all he'll get from me.

I wouldn't shed a tear if he loses because I don't see much to gain from a Casey win.

While Casey's ad complains that Santorum votes with Bush 98% of the time, from his statements it seems clear that Casey would be well up there as well. As we know, he supports Bush on invading Iraq, staying in Iraq, no Iraq timeline, dropping nukes on Iran, the death penalty, no stem cell research, criminalizing abortion, and the list goes on and on and on.

(And I don't want to hear about taking back the Senate -- there are about 15 contested races, the Dems need to win 13 of them to take the Senate back.)

Pennsylvania could have done a lot better than Casey.

Why do Santorum's attack ads need to be both negative and untrue? Just a hard habit to break I guess.

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