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November 03, 2004

Goldberg on Edwards

At NRO's The Corner:

When I get back... if someone can explain to me what John Edwards did for that ticket, I'd love to know. He was supposed to make the south competitive. Brrrrrr: Wrong! He was supposed to gin up the rural voters. Brrrrr wrong! He was supposed to make economic populism work for Democrats.....Brrrrrr oh you get the point.

Edwards brought no substance, he brought no states, he brought (as far as I can tell right now) no vital demographics but he did bring pretty hair.

Edwards did, however, bring trial lawyer cash.

Posted by James R. Copland at 10:25 AM | TrackBack (0)




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