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  •  maybe somebody who isn't interested in a (0+ / 0-)

    lifetime career in politics should primary her, you know for the good of humanity.  Seriously, CA is supposed to be full of people who aren't all excitable about war right?  If Ohio could put up a Dennis Kucinich, Vermont a Bernie Sanders and keep reelecting them why not you know California?

    If we can't even try to primary the prowar dems we may as well just give up and vote republican.

    Seriously I'm beginning to wonder, can someone please remind me why we just voted for the democrats?

    Oh that's right, because them other guys are all prowar and pro 1%.  Boy it's sure great that we (almost) aren't.

    •  donoevil - DiFi has been one of the most (1+ / 0-)
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      popular politicians in California for decades. In several of her campaigns she had the highest vote totals of any candidate for statewide office. A former mayor of SF she has support in both the north and the south. What sets her apart is her appeal in the central valley and with independents and Republicans. California is very progressive around LA and SF, very conservative in the central valley, and mixed everywhere else. DiFi represents the broad views of voters in California and that is why she is such a formidable politician.

      "let's talk about that"

      by VClib on Wed Nov 21, 2012 at 06:11:04 PM PST

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