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Friday, June 29, 2007

 9:17 PM 

Moore says GOP helping Dems win

U.S. Rep Gwen Moore animated the crowd tonight calling Republicans "bumbling idiots" who are helping Democrats win elections by making mistakes and alienating minorities.

Moore praised the slate of Democratic presidential candidates saying they are "almost too good."

"This president has set such a low bar; he's made so many mistakes," she quipped, adding that President George W. Bush has not only gone down the wrong path but "he's blazed dozens of new wrong trails" and has "taken us to new heights of hypocrisy."

Moore said it's "plain and simple" that Democrats wouldn't be in the majority if Bush hadn't "botched" the Iraq war, creating what she called the "worst U.S. military crisis since the Vietnam War."

She also said Republicans have alienated both Muslims and Hispanics, two groups she said used to be Republicans and are now becoming Democrats.

"They're bumbling idiots, and they're helping us win," Moore said of Republicans.

To keep winning elections, Moore said Democrats need to focus on their "bread and butter" issues of health care jobs and education.

-- By David Wise

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