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Clarity emerging?

By Owen Paine on Monday August 6, 2007 02:15 PM

Thus Paul Krugman:
Look, the worst thing that could happen to Democrats is for voters to conclude that there?s no real difference between the parties, that when you replace Republicans with Democrats, all you do is replace sweet deals for Halliburton with sweet deals for hedge funds.

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Some of us voters have already concluded this. (lol) But boyo, the rage when you express that opinion.

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