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Old 10-26-2002, 03:48 PM   #21
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Originally posted by MissVelvetDress_75
this indeed is tragic. my very good friend/co-worker knew the Wellstone family. She was friends with his daughter who was killed in the crash.. She was very upset about this when she found out yesterday.
I'm so sorry to hear that! Give your friend a hug for me.


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Too bad the memorial service was no more than a political rally. The VP, who was the administration's representative at the service, was asked not to come.

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Re: That's a cute puppy MVD_75

Originally posted by zonelistener
I have never had a problem with saying I am a Wellstone supporter. Yes, he anchored the left-end of the Senate, voting often against or for things when no one else would have the guts to vote that way for fear of not winning re-election.

I did not vote for him because he was the left-anchor - I voted for him because he fought and voted for what he felt was right. I don't think we have a lot of people like that in politics these days.

In 1996, a close friend and I jumped in my car election night and headed to his victory gathering. We talked to his supporters, shook his hand, enjoyed some bubbly, checked out the "green bus," and listen to him speak. WOW. Listen to him speak, from th heart, with great conviction, confirmed why I had casted my vote for this person earlier in the day.

He will be greatly missed.

I liked and respected him a lot. You're right--there are not many Wellstones left. He seemed to be in politics because of his convictions and not because of anything else (ego, fame, etc). What a loss.

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