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That's not to say any Democrat would do better than Bush on this score. It's fair to say that the Dems give off the impression of being utter wimps.

Think Bushco would have rolled over if the Dems had been the ones stealing the elections? Hell no. If Dems don't even bother to fight for their own principles and for power why would they bother to fight for America etc etc?

Democrats seem to think Bush losing trust means they must be gaining it. In fact it seems to be more "a nail in any pie makes you suspicious of all pies".

Democrats seem to think Bush losing trust means they must be gaining it.

Some polls indicated that this is happening. Two big ones in VA and NJ certainly give that impression. Certainly a big part of the GOP strategy for '06 will be that all politicians are evil so you'd be better off with angry drunken daddy who's got a gun and isn't afraid to use it than mommy who is too inept to protect her young. It's a stupid construct built around a false choice that a lot of Americans fall for nearly every time.

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