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Michelle Obama & Huckabee Interview On Fox News (VIDEO)

Michelle Obama & Huckabee Interview On Fox News (VIDEO)

Commented Feb 21, 2010 at 00:37:50 in Media

“Couldn't agree more.”
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What About Joan Kennedy: Doesn't She Deserve an Honorable Mention Too?

Commented Aug 29, 2009 at 23:08:57 in Home

“I was curious too about the low key appearance of Joan Kennedy at the memorial service on Friday and the funeral service at the church on Saturday. The following article in the Boston Magazine may shed some light on the complicated relationship she has with her children.

http://www.bostonmagazine.com/articles/the_fall_of_joan/

Firstwifeclub on Aug 30, 2009 at 03:42:40

“I noticed the absence of Joan Kennedy as I watched the events on CNN . With the comments here and elsewhere on Joan's alcoholism, I have not seen reference to his years of alcoholism. The comments are about partying and drinking and "mistakes" but I haven't really seen any reference to the fact that Ted was a hard core alcoholic. I grew up in the Camelot era but the Kennedy's are not Gods. Did he have his marriage to Joan annulled?? How else could he have the sacraments of the Catholic church? The letter from the Pope raises other issues. The first wife that endures all the drinking, immorality and stands by his side is indeed an outsider . If Teddy had died in the plane crash or even with Mary Jo, Joan would have had dignity, sympathy and support. The references to her family history of alcoholism would be a moot point. Indeed the Kennedy clan has its history .
Joan is still a survivor -to not acknowledge her as the mother of his children is another imperfection or "mistake" of the Ted Kennedy reign.”
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What About Joan Kennedy: Doesn't She Deserve an Honorable Mention Too?

Commented Aug 29, 2009 at 22:58:57 in Home

“I was curious too so I did a little research to see if I could find a reason for Joan Kennedy's low key appearance at the memorial service Friday and the funeral service today. If you read the article in the Boston Magazine you may gain some insight in to the complications of her relationship with her children.

http://www.bostonmagazine.com/articles/the_fall_of_joan/

castlerider on Aug 30, 2009 at 07:05:28

“Thanks for that. I'll be praying for her.
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NY Post Defends Cartoon, Slams Al Sharpton

NY Post Defends Cartoon, Slams Al Sharpton

Commented Feb 18, 2009 at 13:03:14 in Media

“Totally lame defense.
This cartoon is obscene on so many levels.”
Joe The Plumber Tanks In Swing States

Joe The Plumber Tanks In Swing States

Commented Oct 21, 2008 at 02:33:17 in Politics

“Thank goodness he/she isn't voting!”
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Michelle Obama's War Against the W(B)itchhunters

Commented Jun 17, 2008 at 17:52:46 in Politics

“meanguy : If you don't want your daughters to be "miserable, resentful, defensive and downright angry" maybe you should take a look in the mirror.”
Clinton Summons Top Donors, Supporters For Tuesday Speech

Clinton Summons Top Donors, Supporters For Tuesday Speech

Commented Jun 3, 2008 at 01:38:05 in Politics

“You must not have gotten the memo. This is a hoax. Even the right-wing bloggers know it is a ridiculous attempt at a smear.

As for your claim to be an Obama supporter, don't even bother.”
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50 Shots: A Video Report From the Sean Bell Demonstrations

Commented May 3, 2008 at 01:22:12 in Politics

“I second that.”
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Obama's "Big Tent" Campaign Cuts Out The Little People In California

Commented Apr 11, 2008 at 02:46:40 in Home

“I'm not buying it. I think you are a saboteur. There is just too much self-interest being expressed here.”

ddc on Apr 11, 2008 at 02:49:44

“I know. All of those who have publicly complained about this make me nervous and I kind of hope they get cut from the final crew that heads to Denver. They have hints of an HRC whine to their articles/posts.”
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Two Questions for Senator Obama

Commented Mar 20, 2008 at 18:32:20 in Politics

“Arizona will never go for Clinton. McCain is a favorite son here and Clinton is hated by the Republicans.

On the other hand, I know plenty of Republicans that would prefer Obama over McCain.”
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On Clinton's Tax Returns, a "Frankly Disturbing" Lack of Transparency, and Surrogate-ancholy

Commented Mar 17, 2008 at 15:08:06 in Politics

“And it will be as insignificant then as it is now.”
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The "New" Politics: Top Obama Advisor Caught Calling Hillary Clinton "A Monster"

Commented Mar 7, 2008 at 00:24:29 in Politics

“Sorry Martin. She (Clinton) is being a monster. There is nothing untrue in the statement. You aren't going to start whining about this too are you? Can't handle the truth?

Talk about mountains out of molehills!”
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Clinton "Ringing Phone" Ad Similar to Mondale's in 1984 -- Reflects, Doesn't Invent, Democratic Voter Concerns Already Seen in Polling Data

Commented Mar 2, 2008 at 19:23:22 in Politics

“"But here is a fact, not an inference, that should not be debatable:

Hillary Clinton has sustained all the negative attacks available to the Republican attack machine and her negatives can't go any higher; whereas clearly Senator Obama's can. "
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Are you sure about that? The Republicans aren't holding back and waiting for the general?

Seems to me they are pushing for a Clinton adversary with plenty of more recent (past 8 years) ammunition to use against her.”
Obama Finance Chair Linked To Subprime Industry

Obama Finance Chair Linked To Subprime Industry

Commented Feb 28, 2008 at 14:51:37 in Home

“Does that include Taylor Marsh?”
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Why John Edwards Believers Should Support Barack Obama

Commented Feb 12, 2008 at 23:39:23 in Politics

“Very thoughtful and very well put. I would have been proud to vote for John Edwards.”
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It's Time For Progressive Bloggers To Choose A Candidate

Commented Jan 31, 2008 at 01:02:01 in Politics

“They so don't want to face Obama in the general.”
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It's Time For Progressive Bloggers To Choose A Candidate

Commented Jan 31, 2008 at 00:59:06 in Politics

“Great call on the snub issue. Her performance was totally gag worthy.

Besides, I seem to recall some talk awhile back about her snubs of Obama in the halls of the Senate after he had announced his intentions of seeking the nomination.”
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It's Time For Progressive Bloggers To Choose A Candidate

Commented Jan 31, 2008 at 00:48:20 in Politics

“That is it in a nutshell.

It will indeed be a sad irony if the Dems. are so shortsighted that they can't see this as the opportunity that it is. The Democratic Party could really be a force to reckon with if people would take the leap of faith into the future.

I am a 60 year old, life long Democrat and I salute your students for their good judgment.”
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If Hillary Clinton Wins the Nomination

Commented Jan 24, 2008 at 20:52:43 in Politics

“I agree with everything you said except the inclusion of Camille Paglia's name with the far-right sisters.”
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The Monster, The Prince and the Good Ol' Boy

Commented Jan 24, 2008 at 20:42:54 in Politics

“Thank you for articulating this:

"A lot of good-minded progressives would like to think it's the media distorting Hillary Clinton's remarks over the past weeks about Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., or that this story is being overblown regarding the racial tension between her campaign and Sen. Barack Obama's.

The media is like a blunt but intuitive instrument. Its handymen are sometimes unable to say exactly what they mean, like they keep saying "race," and I think "race" is a kind of shorthand pointing at a real fracture within the soul of the party."

That fracture is what came to light during the New Hampshire primary. I literally gasped when I heard the comments from the Clinton campaign. Little wonder that "race" became the dominant theme after that. I am extremely disappointed. I am cynical enough to believe that it was an intentional strategy they felt was necessary after the phenomenal success of Obama in Iowa. Shame on them.”
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Whitewater v. Rezko: The Battle of the Billing Records

Commented Jan 24, 2008 at 12:15:19 in Politics

“Thank you for the reality check. For the life of me I can't understand the passionate denial of the Clinton supporters, but then I am not a psychiatrist.

It is time to restore the soul of the Democratice party and put the angst of the Clintons behind us.”
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10 Years Later: My Part in the Lewinsky Cover-Up

Commented Jan 24, 2008 at 11:40:37 in Media

“"It seems to me Clinton is far more dedicated to serving mankind. . ."

No. It seems to me that Clinton is far more concerned with furthering his own agenda than he is with serving the American people.

As a faithful Democrat I defended the Clintons in the 90's. I continued to do so in spite of many disappointments relating to his policies. After all, better a Democrat than a Republican. Since he left office I feel I have been more defensive of the "Party" rather than of his shameful behavior. He brought us down then and he is bringing us down now.

It is way past time for a change.”

hellboundtrain on Jan 24, 2008 at 14:02:36

“I'd be delighted to NEVER see Bills sanctimonious, smirk on the news again. Hillary is way to defensive to make an effective president. Doesn't it bother you that she never shuts he mouth, that when in a slightly heated exchange that she just MUST talk over say Tim Russert, or, Barak Obama. Hillary is like a spoiled child that JUST MUST have her way. I think not the best of choices. By the way, why has she never released a list of sucessful acts or laws that she herself has written and gotten passed?”
Obama Camp's Memo on Clintons' Politicizing Race

Obama Camp's Memo on Clintons' Politicizing Race

Commented Jan 12, 2008 at 17:03:42 in Politics

“It seems so obvious to me that the posters who are particularly nasty in their comments regarding ANY of the Democratic candidates are anti-Democrat trolls. The comments are so hateful and divisive they appear designed to destroy any and all Democrats in the campaign for President. Divide and conquer.

Or, as so succinctly put by ErnestineBass in an earlier post: You are being played, people.”

Sisyphuss on Jan 12, 2008 at 17:14:22

“It will get worse before it gets better.”

jsinclair on Jan 12, 2008 at 17:12:31

“"...being played". I'm in complete agreement with you.

And please stop supporting the rumors and gossip, people, by falling into the same old press trap we've been seeing for years. (And by "people", I particularly mean editors at Huffpo)”

MNmommy on Jan 12, 2008 at 17:07:05

“It's indeed frustrating to watch. It has been for a month or two around here - but it's in over-drive now.”
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