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If he wins I'm coming to Pennsylvania to work on his campaign. In October. I'll need a bed, or a futon will do. I can even sleep on the floor. Heck, who needs sleep?

The prospect of you coming to visit makes me want Chuck to win more than ever. It'll take a miracle but I'm forcing myself to remain hopeful.

What's really bugging me is when I think about the coming Lamont race and how I'll be reading a bunch of sappy posts from the usual suspects all about how Lamont is the people's candidate up against the party machine and blah blah blah. You've seen them already. They're nauseating.

I don't believe a word of that talk from anyone who sat out this primary against Casey, who is at least as bad as Lieberman. On the bright side, Casey won't win so I won't have to spend the next six years begging a Democrat to fucking act like one.

Good luck ...

I so hope Chuck wins! Those looks - and there are his politics of course ..

Aw, he lost. But I'm getting the idea that he'll run again.

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