What do Elizabeth Dole's Neighbors think of her?

Oh...I don't know. Let's ask them.

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Man, that hurts

Just in case anyone gets confused, it is entirely possible to serve in Congress and be part of your hometown.

I live in the same neighborhood as David Price. I probably see him, oh, at least three or four times a month - more than I see most of my neighbors!

I know Salisbury is WAY farther from DC then the Triangle. Maybe that explains it?



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Doubts about Dole?

Those Ruby Slippers are looking more and more magical

as the days go by.

There's no place like home, there's no place like home...

Back to Kansas or DC or wherever the hell you come from Liddy!

North Carolina. Turning the South Blue!

North Carolina. Turning the South Blue!

Awesome video.

That is beautiful.

What I really love is how politics has changed. Thank you youtube! This one needs to go viral. Send it out to all of your lists and tweets. :)

Thank you Christopher

For filming this :-)

I did no such thing.

Kinda wish I had part in this one though.

but but but...

Didn't you go to Salisbury to film her neighbors?

hahahaha

I think I'll put it on myspace. Love the music, too.

Only the most deluded of us could doubt the necessity of this war. - John McCain

she's out of touch with most North Carolinians

and why wouldn't she be....she rarely talks to them. I read somewhere that "Dole thought she was elected in North Carolina to vote for Bush", how right they are. Even Gov. Easley had to go to Senators from Delware, Maryland and Virgina to get the Navy to look for an alternative site for the Outlying Landing Field. Why? Well Dole and even Burr thought that asking the Navy to look elsewhere was "Bizarre"!

No matter that patriotism is too often the refuge of scoundrels. Dissent, rebellion, and all-around hell-raising remain the true duty of patriots.

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Oh so much truth in 2 minutes......

Has anyone seen Liz?

The essence of trade unionism is social uplift. The labor movement has been the haven for the dispossessed, the despised, the neglected, the downtrodden, the poor.--A. Phillip Randolph