Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Republicans against Bush 

Not too much of a surprise here, but Dems should play it up a bit to counter Zell Miller.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Republican Sen. Lincoln Chafee said Monday he plans to support his party in November but may write in a candidate instead of voting for President Bush...

The Republican said the party's direction in the future will determine his political career as well. He said he's "not OK" with the conservative platform from the Republican convention, but would not say if he'd consider switching parties in his next election in 2006.

"It wasn't that long ago that moderates had more of a voice," Chafee said. "It's a cycle that I hope will come back."

I'm glad to hear a moderate Republican stand up for himself, it's too bad they're almost extinct on a National level.


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