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Friday, November 05, 2004

My blood runs cold. . .

. . .at the thought of people like this running the country for the next four years. Just a little over three years ago, 3000 Americans were slaughtered, and we witnessed the event, over and over and over on television.

We endured stories of orphaned children for weeks and months. We cried along with widows. We watched as firemen and cops dug their lifeless brothers out of rubble. We read the names of the dead -- the stories of their lives in some cases -- and saw their pictures everyday for months. No matter where you turned, there was previously unfathomable loss. We spent days and days in tears, and weeks on the verge.

But, November 3, 2004 trumps even that, according to the folks over at Democratic Underground. And that, in a nutshell, is the left's biggest problem. They were radicalized by the Gore loss and have lost all perspective since then.

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