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He Had an Easy Run
Unfortunately, he had a very easy run against an opponent who is a wonderful man and a terrible candidate. Mark Warner would clean his clock without even trying.

I, too, think that he's too smart to pull a Palin. So, we'll just have to wait and see what Wimpy has up his sleeve.

Oh, he is running
for president. Look at his recent activity. I would not be shocked if he spent more time working with national organizations next year to gear up a possible run. However, he, like Obama in 2008, has very little national credibility. Unlike Obama, he doesn't have a shred of hope at pulling off foreign policy credentials. I presume he'd want to leave office for the next before his economic plans crash the state. No, I think he is aiming at the top desk now as a Bush 43 do-over.

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