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Barbara Boxer is now the new Liberal flamethrower, and some want her to run for the nomination in 2008. The NY Times reports that the campaign for DNC chair is as intense as a presidential contest. And Democrats, according to the Post, are becoming concerned that a recurring theme of many items on Bush’s second-term domestic agenda is that if enacted, they would weaken political and financial pillars that have propped up Democrats for years, political strategists from both parties say. Robert Novak thinks that Sen. Evan Bayh’s vote against Rice’s confirmation was an attempt to appeal to Liberals in the party. He is posturing for 2008.

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Oh! Gos yes! Run Box-of-rocks for President. Then make my day complete and run Teddy for VP, finally allowing me a chance to vote against him.

"if enacted, they would weaken political and financial pillars that have propped up Democrats for years"

This has to be a major priority of the Bush Administration. Nothing he does will last unless the socio-economic foundations of the Democrat party are undermined.

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