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Re: Shouldn't it be this way?

In a perfect world, yes.  I'd love to see it that way, but...
If what any particular candidate presents as a factual account of his
position and his past is not complete or accurate, it is helpful if someone
else points that out.

Here in Indiana, we have a man running for governor who I am not
particularly fond of.  However, I appreciate his integrity in asking his
party to remove negative comments about his opponent from the party website.
This man is trying to run a dignified campaign and I think that is


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dakota" <Dakota@hisword.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 27, 2004 8:54 AM
Subject: [CHAT] Shouldn't it be this way?

> One last word about politics. Shouldn't each candidate merely state what
> he believes, what he will do, etc. and not even mention the other
> candidates? Then, we should be presented with an accurate account of
> what each candidate has done in the past and let us decide the rest for
> ourselves. I have always hated this "but he has more dirt on his shoes
> than I do" type campaigns.

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