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Okay Church; Looking at the news this morning I couldn't help but notice the uproar regarding Al Gore's support of Dean's candidacy. Now there is a rally cry to unite, and I just don't know enough about the guy. I would like to know what you know about him. How does he feel about the church, God, women's issue's(abortion to be specific) etc..? Breaking ranks would be hard though I have done it. I promised I would never do it again; except no one is standing out as was the case previously spoken of. I checked out Al Sharpton's web-site and he was articulate which is good, but the hair throw's me off. The women candidate is admirable; again I can't for the life of me distinguish her from all the rest even after looking at the debate. Bush is okay, but of course there is always something with those Republicans(smile). I'm in a conundrum, and would like to hear your views about the democratic nominees'. For those of you that might take offense to my remark about Republicans know that it is all good, and love abounds! Felicia

-- Anonymous, December 09, 2003


Felecia -

What's wrong with Rev. Sharpton's 'do :-) Some are suggesting that Gore's endorsement of Governor Dean represents a shrewd "Machiavellian" plot since Dean has no chance of beating Bush. If Dean gets wiped out by GWB this will allow for Gore to emerge better and stronger in 2008 as an "outside" candidate. QED

-- Anonymous, December 09, 2003

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