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Posted: 9/1/2004 7:26:08 PM EST
This is an email from a reader of National Review to one of their writers. I've made the same observation myself. I think this is a very fundamental difference between parties and the people that affiliate with them. Spend a few minutes at DU, and you know what I mean.

"Hi Derb---Watching the speeches of last night, I was reminded of why I love Republicans so much. They are simply batty about the USA. They are so up-beat and optimistic about America, the Land of Opportunity. The are totally convinced of the innate decency of Americans. They are totally convinced that any problem we face we can face together and overcome. They're happy. They're grateful. They're hopeful. That's gotta play better than the constant carping and complaining and scolding of the Democrats.

"The Democratic party is for chronically upset, depressed, ungrateful, complaining, self-righteous people who always think the grass is greener in France.

"I don't think Bush has anything to worry about - unless he majorly blows it in the debates. As to the debates, I think we can count on Kerry to be his insufferable self and therefore self-destruct."
Link Posted: 9/2/2004 5:05:23 AM EST
well, there goes my theory. I always though that it was simply GOP is right and Dems have their heads up their collective ass
Link Posted: 9/2/2004 5:06:46 AM EST
lol, I'll raise my glass to that statement!
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