Friday, November 03, 2006

who is staying the course now?

I find it interesting that Dick Devos is running ads against Jennifer Granholm saying that she is all about staying the course.


the reason this is odd to me is the Devos the republican candidate for govenor of Michigan and Granholm is of course the Democrat and the term stay the course is something that has been used as a tag line by the Repbulicans the last few years. That tag line of course hasn't been doing well for them and so it just seems odd that one of them is trying to pin it on a Democrat. Of course the Republicans using that term in the past (trying to spin it for the postive) were talking about Iraq and the Republican using this term now (and spinning it for the postive) is talking about the economy.

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