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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Wednesday, December 28, 2005
Why Barbara Boxer should shut her trap: Ever since the New York Times decided that they wouldn't get scooped by their own reporter and that in their enlightened judgement revealing a classified surveillance program wouldn't hurt U.S. national security, Sen. Barbara Boxer (Dumb-Calif.) has been crying "impeachment" to anyone who will listen.

Well, I predicted it and now we've got a poll to back it up: A solid majority (64 percent) of Americans believe the NSA should "be allowed to intercept telephone conversations between terrorism suspects in other countries and people living in the United States." That number includes 81 percent of Republicans, 57 percent of independents/minor party members and 51 percent of Democrats.

Hey Democrats! This is what political scientists call a "loser." Unfortunately, you've sold yourselves out to your loony base so that the only position you can really take is to say nothing and hope that the rest of the American people don't figure exactly how spineless you really are on national security. So, would someone please put some duct tape over Sen. Boxer's piehole?


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I'm a Democrat. I'm for helping the poor, providing health care for everyone and sharing the costs among everyone who is able to pay.

My wife and I, retired, are thinking of moving to San Diego. Why does it seem that anti-Democrat rhetoric is so virulent down there? Does it sell papers?
 
Paul Pease:

If you dislike "virulent rhetoric," then write your Senator (Barbara Boxer) and tell her to resign, for the sake of the people of California, and the country.

Cheers,

Rob Bomba
 
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