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Exiting off of Highway 169 at 71st Street heading south you might see a sign that says "Brad Carson is a Liberal.com"
You see, what we have here is a problem being defined in terms of its solution. If I Brad Carson and I saw that sign, I might mistake it for a supporter. Because some of us actually consider being a liberal A GOOD THING. At least, those of us that have avoided right wing radio for the past decade think so.
How else can you see a Democrat opposing President Bush as a condemnation? He does belong to the opposition party after all. One can only assume that the solution here means outlawing the Democrats.
I consider opposing Bush to be a sign of sanity.
Again... more liberal than Hillary Clinton? Only a problem to people that think Hillary Clinton is the answer to all that's wrong in the world. Which, if you listen to the dittoheads on AM talk radio you might think was actually the case.
(My Seventh Day Adventist friend used to preach about Hillary being the anti-christ working to turn the United Nation into a One World Government that was coming for our guns! Weaving as many paranoid delusions into one cohesive conspiracy is a hallmark of real intelligence if you ask me.)
The problem is liberalism. That is all you need to know. So much so, that merely being a liberal is considered problematic. I would rather we debate the merits of solutions to specific problems based on their likelihood of solving an issue of say, Education, instead of merely saying liberals are the problem and tax cuts are the solution.
Of course if you were to read the Democratically leaning website Dailykos.com you would see there that the problem with Brad Carson is that he is too conservative, too close to Bush on many policies and not strong enough in his support of liberal issues.
Its almost enough to entice one out to that offramp with a handwritten cardboard sign that says "Brad Carson is a Conservative" to put on the backside of the existing one.
Oh, the irony. I would say "poor Brad Carson" except that he is running against a guy that can't seem to keep his own foot out of his mouth. The Coburn campaign is so desperate that they are hoping that linking Coburn and Bush together on their yardsigns will be enough to push people into their camp despite Coburn's antics.
I wonder how many voters will be surprised to find that Tom Coburn is not George W. Bush's running mate?
"Brad Carson supports John Kerry for President?" This might be an issue if Brad Carson wasn't a Democrat and John Kerry wasn't the Democrat's nominee for president. Otherwise this seems like a statement of the obvious.
Here's a newsflash. Carson is a Democrat!
Here's a favorite quote from the Brad Carson is the Devil website:
In 1996 President Bill Clinton signed the most comprehensive welfare reform law since the program was created. This law, the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193), finally ended welfare as a lifestyle by enacting time limits on benefits and requiring work of welfare recipients. Even liberal Massachusetts Senator John Kerry voted for this common-sense welfare reform law (Roll call #282, 8/1/1996).
Poor people were FREED? Is that like how we are freeing the Iraqi people? Personally, I thought the Welfare "Reform" (ack, spit ugh ugh...) was the biggest stab in the back that Clinton ever undertook while in office, in an obvious attempt to woo away corporate givers to the Democrats. Selling out people stuck in poverty.
Hmm.. I'm sure the people kicked out of their homes thank Bill Clinton every miserable night they spend huddled out on some loading dock.
Brad Carson is a liberal, plain and simple, and this website respectfully and fairly outlines that record. If you are a liberal, then Brad is your candidate for the Senate.
Well, thanks for your approval, I will be voting for Carson, because
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