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February 06, 2008



If Galbraith is really going to run he better figure out what his priorities are.

He's got a new book due out this summer and I wouldn't be surprised if the publisher wants him to tout it around the country.

I also think his family is in Norway too, so it makes me wonder how serious he is about running. Time's a wasting Peter!


Yes, time's a wastin', but isn't that the goal afterall? He pushes his books, the "Leadership" fund takes in some dough, two years pass and maybe the voters won't realize the Democratic Party's deep bench doesn't have the nerve to take on this pitiful governor. So, what if Douglas didn't retire in 2010. Should Vermonters just be patient until an opposition party decides to oppose? Kind of resembles the national party, ya think? We're so lucky.

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