John Kerry issued his second fundraising email dismissing Republican success in California in as many days today:
Over at their posh headquarters on First Street — just a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol — they’re sitting around scratching their heads. They just had to spend over $5 million in national GOP money to hold on to the California House seat vacated by Randy “Duke” Cunningham.
They eked out a “victory” by pouring in close to $100 for every vote cast in favor of their candidate — in a district so Republican, they shouldn’t have had to lift a finger.
Looking ahead to 435 House races, 33 Senate races, and hundreds of state and local contests, the strategists at Republican Party headquarters know that their $100 a vote formula just doesn’t work.
They can’t buy their way out of this one.
There aren’t enough heavy-hitting Bush Pioneers left on the planet to help 2006 GOP candidates overcome their Iraq mistakes, their Katrina incompetence, and their miserable record of failure on everything from homeland security to health care to the environment.
On the day that American forces enjoy an enormous victory in Iraq, John Kerry can only think of politics and gloat over mistakes.
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