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    Sunday, January 29, 2006

    Out of the frying pan...

    I thought I already had it bad. Being a resident of California, my two representatives in the Senate are the uber-liberals Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. As Diane Feinstein's term comes to an end, and she seeks reelection, there is little doubt that she has the number of votes to stay in office. After all, this is a blue state.

    I dislike Sen. Feinstein, passionately. Just seeing her makes me want to vomit. So, what on earth could make me actually hope for reelection? Cindy Sheehan announcing she may run against Sen. Feinstein. Out of the frying pan, into the fire. Away from a pro-abortion, opportunistic, shrill wrtech of a senator, towards a disgusting extremist who abondoned her family for a spot on Michael Moore's payroll. I didn't think it could get worse.

    But, perhaps there is hope. Perhaps this could be a blessing in disguise. Could it be that the presence of two super-liberals in the same race could split the democrat vote enough to allow a republican, even just a moderate, to slip in and win (i.e. Ralph Nader in 2000)? It's an interesting scenario, and one that would make me very happy. Now, if only Ann Coulter could get California residency before November....


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