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To: Edwarda who wrote (2482)6/7/2000 12:08:00 PM
From: Neocon
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Lousy boss, not exactly a gangbusters diplomat either. I consider treatment of subordinates to fall under the category of morally scrutinizable behavior, with allowances made for stress or not having all the facts. Bad bosses are bad people...........

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To: Neocon who wrote (2483)6/7/2000 12:12:00 PM
From: Edwarda
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Here's a fun story: On a trip she had a fit because her luggage arrived at the hotel before she did. You and I should consider this a blissful situation, but she felt that protocol was not being properly observed.

Of course, the reason was that the guys with her luggage took the most direct route without concern for security.

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To: Edwarda who wrote (2484)6/7/2000 12:18:00 PM
From: Neocon
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I should have such problems. Lady, who is kidding whom? In a republic, even the president is called "Mr.", and only sits on a throne when in the bathroom........

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To: Neocon who wrote (2485)6/7/2000 12:47:00 PM
From: Edwarda
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Incredible, isn't it?

And if there isn't a photo op, don't expect Hillary Rodham Clinton to stick around for more than a few minutes or say a polite word.

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To: Edwarda who wrote (2486)6/7/2000 12:49:00 PM
From: Neocon
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No surprise there. She is the very image of smug self- regard............

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To: Neocon who wrote (2487)6/7/2000 12:52:00 PM
From: Edwarda
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It seems to be the hallmark of this administration, although what these people have to be smug about escapes me.

BTW, did you notice that Corzine blew right past Florio in the primary in New Jersey?

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To: Edwarda who wrote (2488)6/7/2000 12:57:00 PM
From: Neocon
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I saw something about that this morning before shutting off the tube. It was in the context of deploring the amount of money spent..........

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To: Neocon who wrote (2489)6/7/2000 1:03:00 PM
From: Edwarda
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What Corzine spent was utterly stupendous, but his personal wealth could support it. However, Florio had not proven himself to be particularly trustworthy or responsible while in office. I don't think that money alone could have pulled off so much of a victory.

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To: Edwarda who wrote (2490)6/7/2000 1:10:00 PM
From: Neocon
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That is likely true, and one of the problems with the cant about money in politics. With over 95% of incumbents returned to Congress, and some gone by choice, the challenger has a terrible disadvantage. If he wants to spend his money on campaigning, well, that is freedom of speech. If he is Mark Green, he might get Cora Weiss to bankroll him, and that is their business. Maybe I will go for campaign finance reform if they ever take Buckley's suggestion and take away the franchise from everyone on the dole. I would include patronage appointments..........

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To: Edwarda who wrote (2490)6/7/2000 1:11:00 PM
From: Shoot1st
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nice to see you're back into the swing of things.....

Is it true Harvard offered her the top spot?



Sheeshie!

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