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Monday, September 27, 2004
Amazing! Howard Kurtz's article in the Washington Post last Thursday detailed Sen. Lincoln Chafee's letting it be known that he will most likely not vote for the President in the upcoming election. It has taken me a few days and a weekend of distractions to allow this topic to sink in and reach the slow-boil. Is it not enough for this man to be squishy, oppose the President's agenda, vote against good bills, fight the Senate leadership, and generally be a pain-in-the-neck to conservatives and Republicans alike, - but to come out with a comment like that so close to an election....??!!
More amazingly is how nuts Chafee is!! From Kurtz: "He could end up casting a write-in vote for a Bush, however: the president's father, former president George H.W. Bush." (What planet is this guy on??!!!)
"Chafee, who was appointed to the Senate in 1999 after the death of his father, John H. Chafee, has often voted with Democrats. He has differed with the Bush administration on issues including tax cuts, the Iraq war, abortion, same-sex marriage and stem cell research. Still, it came as a bit of a surprise last weekend when he told a science seminar that he would vote for a Republican in the presidential election, but not necessarily the incumbent. In any case, he said, he intends to remain a republican. (note: small 'r" added by blogger)"
"Chafee's comments followed a speech in which he assailed administration policies, including opposition to fuel-efficiency standards and support for oil drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. " (comment to Chafee constituents in RI and friends in Maine TOM, New Hampshire, and throughout New England: I know you have a lot of wood up there. Hope plan to use it liberally to heat your homes, hospitals, schools, and nursing homes in your miserable, cold, bitter, dark winters and that you've figured out how to run your autos, pickups, SUV's, farm equipment, fishing vessels, the "T", Amtrak, manufacturing plants, and other businesses using it. Or perhaps Mr. Chafee's friends plan to show you how to get around using wind energy by giving you a lesson aboard their sloops and yachts. Take Ms. Collins, Ms. Snowe, Mr. Gregg, Mr. Sununu, Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Kerry with you!)
"Chafee did not say whose name he was thinking of writing in on Election Day. But his spokesman, Stephen Hourahan, said it would probably be Bush's father. Chafee admired the elder Bush's fiscal policies and his coalition-building for the Persian Gulf War, Hourahan said. Also, he noted, Chafee's father was close to the former president."
First, it is clear that we need more laws against in-breeding. It is obvious that problems resulting from in-breeding don't discriminate between rich or poor.
Second, can Zel Miller run for Senate in Rhode Island?
- The Colonel
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