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A terrible suspicion begins to dawn...

By Owen Paine on Friday December 9, 2005 01:29 PM

Gary Hart on the New Hampshire primary:
"One would have to be more cynical than I to believe there are those in power in my party who do not want to see people like me have a chance, people who have not already made their deals with interest groups and powerful contributors, people who really do have new ideas and fresh approaches , and perhaps even uncorrupted leadership to offer.

I choose not to believe this. But if the Democratic Party puts the big states ahead of New Hampshire, I, and a lot of other people, may have to reconsider."


Go back to sleep, you old ham.

Comments (1)

Jack Lefevre:

Christ, where do you start? Gary Hart... fresh ideas? And he "chooses" not to believe...the obvious. Well, he's sure not alone in that.

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