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  •  it just seems so dumb--members of (1+ / 0-)
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    a progressive group which runs around KY trying to make common cause with tea partiers to get rid of McConnell just happen to be across the hall from the room where McConnell and staff are talking deep campaign strategy and they either hear it through the closed door, or something, while they're holding an elevator door open---does this sound plausible, or even like it holds together? It seems like a weird hodgepodge to me.

    In the first place, how'd they get there, don't any of McConnell's people know who they are to look at, were McConnell and his people really really LOUD through a closed door or was the door standing open while they rhapsodized on Ashley Judd, didn't they notice these two guys hovering there with a tape recorder or whatever it was--hovering next to an open elevator while holding it open and simultaneously recording the Senate minority leader while he and his aides plan how to attack his political challengers--

    Like I said, I guess it could be true, but it doesn't sound terribly plausible.

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    by SouthernLiberalinMD on Thu Apr 11, 2013 at 08:25:05 PM PDT

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    •  the discussion was caught on a cell phone (1+ / 0-)
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      by a journalist.  

      And unfortunately for the journalist, he was with a teabagger (most likely Reilly is a bagger) who has amongst his many objectives the destruction of anything Democratic.

      The initial story as shouted to the mountaintops by the teabagger isn't exactly what went down. Quelle surprise.

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      by bronte17 on Fri Apr 12, 2013 at 08:04:42 AM PDT

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