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DavidLindSat Dec-16-17 07:16 PM
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""Prancing around on a stage in a cowboy suit. "-Doug Jones "


          

That's pretty good for the senator elect from Alabama. Cuts right to the bone. Efficient.

Being from Alabama, he will need that. Maybe he can make a name for himself in the next two years, cuz that's when the term is up. Franken is out, Jones is in. When God closes one window, he opens another.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/how-doug-jones-destroyed-roy-moores-whole-shtick-with-one-well-chosen-verb

  

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BuzzcookSun Dec-17-17 06:50 PM
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"Playing dress up "
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Is a big thing for politicians in general. For Repubs, its almost mandatory that they dress up as macho man.

For example G.W.Bush bought a ranch just before he started running and he got rid of it as soon as he left office. The guy was afraid of horses for gods sake.


An honest Republican?


  

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