WND Against George Allen

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Channeling Zimzo:

When Webb became the Democratic nominee in this race, I really thought we might have a chance for open, honest debate on the great issues of the day between two honorable men of goodwill. Was I ever wrong! I even thought, for a fleeting moment, that whoever won the race, Virginia would be well-served in the U.S. Senate. Now I'm thinking that we the people will be the losers no matter what.

Kool-Aid drinking Republicans will be pointing out that there is a double standard at work – that if Allen had a history of writing sexually explicit novels he would be pilloried for it. That's true. It's undeniable.

But I suspect this little "October Surprise" by Allen's camp will come back to haunt them. It's so impotent! Challenge Webb on the issues! Take the high road! If you lose, lose with honor and integrity!

Strange bedfellows and all that.

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zimzo said:

Strange bedfellows, indeed. I hope he doesn't think being my bedfellow is too gay. I'd hate to be responsible for him not getting into heaven.

And speaking of channeling me, here's what the Virginia-Pilot wrote yesterday when they endorsed Webb:

James Webb's Navy Cross
Editor's note: The Navy Cross is the nation's second-highest award for bravery in facing an enemy. James Webb has refused to use it in his campaign. We are publishing it with our endorsement of him because we believe it testifies to his character....

And here's their endorsement:

Hey if it wasn't for that a Senate with Ted Kennedy chairing the subcommittee on immigration and border security would be a DISASTER. I'd sort of go along with WND.

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