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She and Bill "won" on the impeachment vote, but given that the whole thing was as damaging to Gore's run as the butterfly ballot, CiCi and Kit, or the Supreme Court, its was a tad on the pyrric side as victories go.
Do these Americans want a pyrric victory just to prove a point, too?
Republicans may find their impending Roe victory a pyrric one in due course.
Flush from their pyrric victory with ObamaCare they now intend to ram the New Amnesty Bill down our throats before we have a chance to recover and rally our forces to stop them.
McCain will probably win, but it will be a pyrric victory. x
It was also at the same period that they celebrated the pyrric or fire dance. "