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Carmona jumps into Senate race

Second Democrat enters crowded Senate race to succeed Kyl

Former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona declared his candidacy for the Senate on Thursday. Carmona, who moved back to Tucson after serving in George W. Bush's administration, touted his experience as a Vietman war medic, trauma surgeon and sheriff's deputy.

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Nov 10, 2011, 9:53 pm
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National Republicans are calling Carmona the candidate for the “Washington Democrat establishment,” referring to the reports that White House officials had urged him to run.

“Whichever candidate emerges from this contentious Democrat primary, he’ll have a difficult time,” said Brian Walsh, director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, in a statement. The Washington is group dedicated to helping elect Republicans to the Senate.

Why is it that the Republicans-the party that pushes official English laws-can’t tell the difference between a noun and an adjective?

The word you’re looking for is ‘Democratic,’ boys. We know you like to say it like you’re from Texas, with a condescending sneer, but you just come off as all buckle, with very little to swagger about. Or perhaps your petty ignorance isn’t actually feigned?

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