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Clinton: 'I didn't ask Kendrick to leave the race.'

President Bill Clinton appears to contradict his own spokesman, who had confirmed reports that he had asked Democratic Senate candidate Kendrick Meek to get out of the race.

"Kendrick Meek is my close friend. I have supported his campaign from the beginning, though our relationship extends far beyond politics. We did talk last week following a rally in Orlando about the race and it's challenges. I didn't ask Kendrick to leave the race, nor did Kendrick say that he would. I told him that how he proceeds was his decision to make and that I would support him regardless.

Over the years, I have watched Kendrick become an able, effective public servant with the strength to fight for what he believes and the common sense to work with people of different parties and points of view. I still believe he could be the best Senator to help Florida and America emerge from the current crisis and build a growing middle class economy."

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Tea Party rules

"I did not have sex with that women"

Untrue then and untrue now.

Pluto in Capricorn

whatever - this much is true:

A VOTE FOR MEEK IS A VOTE FOR RUBIO

Similar to 2000 when a vote for Nader was a vote for Bush.

Big D

Seems the only people who didn't figure this one out were the Media.

Muckraker

Charlie Crist: From Governor to a Truck Stop Hooker

http://www.practicalstate.com/?p=3047

Cheers

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