Then again, Wellstone might have followed exactly this line.  His 
politics (like or dislike) remained consistent and consistently liberal. 
 He was one of the few people who seemed to feel the Democrat Party 
wasn't liberal enough.  And he was one of the few politicians (and I 
can't think of another right now) who was consistently consistent.  

At least with Wellstone, you always knew where you stood and where he 


Gary Smith wrote:
> Can you imagine the nerve of the Democrats at Paul Wellstone's memorial
> service? I'm not very impressed with the liberal agenda, but I have long
> believed Wellstone to be a sincere and good man. Yet, here were his
> friends and son using this memorial to orchestrate a big media launch 
> for
> the democratic party. How crass!
> They took a good man's name and turned it into a media/political circus.
> With friends like that, who needs enemies?
> I know Minnesotans like democrats, but I hope they are so disgusted with
> what has happened, that they vote against the Mondale and the democrats
> there. Perhaps it will let those political dogs gain some actual human
> and humane perspective.
> K'aya K'ama,
> Gerald/gary  Smith    gszion1    http://www
> "No one is as hopelessly enslaved as the person who thinks he's free."  
> -
> Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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