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"Chuck Norris doesn't read books; he stares them down until he gets the information he wants out of them."
- ChuckNorrisFactsdotcom

Tuesday, October 07, 2003
God it's just been gorgeous weather this week. I've been really tempted to play hooky the past few days. Hopefully it stays nice through the weekend. I want to get the windows washed.

posted by Rachel 10/07/2003
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Well it's 1 am and so far it looks like Arnold is the new gov. Of course that's only half the precincts reporting and there's still a couple million absentee ballots to count. Meanwhile the Dems are poised to pounce with recall petitions and lawsuits. Oish.

This guy thinks that this is the begining of a trend.
"What we are witnessing is the beginning—the early movement--in the death of the two-party system as we know it. This is a revolt of the pragmatic center. And that is a good thing for the American people because those parties and the media that feed on them have indeed become a form of nomenklatura. They depend on each other. They are the mutual gate keepers of an old and sclerotic bureaucracy from which their jobs flow in a system of patronage as elaborate as the Czar's. No wonder watching CNN tonight I felt as if I were watching a wake. They are threatened by what is going on—as they should be."

posted by Rachel 10/07/2003
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It's exactly
this sort of behavior that loses you the center.

posted by Rachel 10/07/2003
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