Wellstone & Bradley

Tom Lehman uswa12 at lorainccc.edu
Tue Dec 8 06:59:36 PST 1998

Bradley reminds me of a New Jersy version of Clinton or Gore. A corporate neo-liberal. He will probably be Gore's running mate in the next election. Because if the southerners choose the candidates and they will; Bradley is harmless to their interests even if he is from, ugh, New Joysey.

What's the going exchange rate on Confederate money now anyway.

Your cyber buddy, Tom L.

Max Sawicky wrote:

> > Somebody tell me bad stuff about Bill Bradley. He sounds pretty good in
> > interview, but I know there's more to it. And why Dollar Bill.
> Dollar Bill was his basketball nickname.
> Bill is in my mind the exemplar of corporate
> liberalism, the ultimate solid defender of
> the system, and the most effective promoter
> of unthreatening, if possibly constructive
> reforms. He's probably better than Gore.
> He's not bad as a placeholder pending some
> kind of credible progressive movement that
> would sustain a candidate or a third party.
> He will have lots of elite support, money
> and media-wise. He looks to be squeaky
> clean. Chief drawback is he is very dull;
> Gore is actually witty by contrast. Would
> be a pretty good candidate in the general
> election against someone equally uncharismatic,
> like Bush Junior.
> We could do a lot worse.

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