• on a comment on The California Delegate Purge over 6 years ago

    Always Hillary's fault.  Childish.

  • on a comment on Is this plagiarism? over 6 years ago

  • on a comment on Is this plagiarism? over 6 years ago

    Look, Oprah was selling the Secret last year.  Part of the Secret is her religion, Course in Miracles.  Look it up.  Course in Miracles is a religion/cult/new age thing that sells this gibberish of.  Now it sounds nice to progressives cause it's not Evangelical Christian.  But the more I hear the Obama  talk, I realize that this a great collaboration to use the "spiritual" hunger that people have, sanitize it, but still move away from reason.  

    I know this is why my reaction is visceral.  This stuff is taking the pathetic need for salvation, packaging it into new ageism combined with Progressive lite politics, and bingo.  Axelrod has figured out how to outmarket the right wing.  Yeah, we may get some of the things we want, but it's still faith based politics.  With a populace that is politically ignorant of what it will take to get health care, peace and environmental policies for our future.  It's part of this whole idiocy of people like Lakoff with framing.  What the hell ever happened with truth and honesty?  Framing is a ploy ti win.  It's not winning and it's not what this country needs right now.  

  • on a comment on Is this plagiarism? over 6 years ago

    I heard this excuse.  This is a marketing campaign and the team that packages, Axelrod, has the lines.  

    All the inspiration boils down to

    I'd like to buy the world a Coke/Obama and furnish it with love,
    Grow apple trees and honey bees, and snow white turtle doves.
    I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony,
    I'd like to buy the world a Coke/Obama and keep it company.
    [Repeat the last two lines, and in the background:]
    It's the real thing, Coke/Obama is what the world wants today.

  • on a comment on Is this plagiarism? over 6 years ago

    So pathetic.  You always attribute malice to the Clitons and when you get caught, you are victims.  Get over it.  This time he is not running for office without opposition.  

    The sweet talking Chicago man, is just packaged.  Nothing authentic.  

  • on a comment on Is this plagiarism? over 6 years ago

    Wait up cowboy:  Yes we can, Si se puede, stolen from the farmworkers  by Obama.  Cesar Chavez.  

  • comment on a post Is this plagiarism? over 6 years ago

    Yes, it's Axelrod.  Worse than plagiarism.  Cause this proves, nothing is authentic about Obama.  Cut and paste candidate.  I guess appropriate for the "creative class".  

    I love watching Obama supporters making excuses for this one.  You guys are just a laugh a minute.  Only problem, you are effing up our chances of leading the country with a Democratic party agenda.  

    Thanks netroots, thanks Dean, thanks Donna.  

  • But then nothing surprises me

  • comment on a post Obama spent $1.3M, plus change, in Florida over 6 years ago

    Obama, who narrowly leads in the count of pledged, "non-super" delegates, has doled out more than $698,200 to superdelegates from his political action committee, Hope Fund, or campaign committee since 2005. Of the 82 elected officials who had announced as of Feb. 12 that their superdelegate votes would go to the Illinois senator, 35, or 43 percent of this group, have received campaign contributions from him in the 2006 or 2008 election cycles, totaling $232,200. In addition, Obama has been endorsed by 52 superdelegates who haven't held elected office recently and, therefore, didn't receive campaign contributions from him.

    Clinton does not appear to have been as openhanded. Her PAC, HILLPAC, and campaign committee appear to have distributed $205,500 to superdelegates. Only 12 percent of her elected superdelegates, or 13 of 109 who have said they will back her, have received campaign contributions, totaling about $95,000 since 2005. An additional 128 unelected superdelegates support Clinton, according to a blog tracking superdelegates and their endorsements, 2008 Democratic Convention Watch.

    http://www.capitaleye.org/inside.asp?ID= 336

  • comment on a post Obama spent $1.3M, plus change, in Florida over 6 years ago

    It is not non sourced , he sources it, right there.  Read something beyond the words of each other.  

  • comment on a post Obama spent $1.3M, plus change, in Florida over 6 years ago

    Look, I really don't mind at all if Obama wins the nomination, and if he does I would hope he wins big too. What's tiring is the talk that he's different, especially the hyperbolic messianic crap that his supporters shamelessly use to hype Obama. The pretending that he's light and Clinton is dark while his votes are not any different than Clinton's; the pretending that he is a progressive leader in the Senate when he is not; the pretending that he's the oracle of change when he's merely mouthing words that David Axelrod recycled from Deval Patrick's winning MA gubernatorial campaign in 2006; and the pretending that he's some sort of vessel that shares your personal values which if its true means your soul succumbs to good marketing

    Support the guy, vote for him, argue about his electability. Just don't try to fake others, whom don't support him currently, into believing that he exemplifies a transcendent change.

    Can you let me post this on my forehead while I walk the streets of Obamaland?  

    Bravo...!!  I guess some of us did not buy the Bush lies about the war and we don't buy the Obama lies about being transending, and transforming.  

  • on a comment on Reform vs Results over 6 years ago

    Please comment on the JJ Jr threats that he will pull the carpet from under superdelegates, who vote for Hillary.  I just don't get why people are not getting upset by the threats.  

    I posted the quote and a link for the article below.  Where is the outrage now?

  • on a comment on Reform vs Results over 6 years ago

    It's called alliances.  You do that when you are in politics for years.  

  • on a comment on Reform vs Results over 6 years ago

    When will people wake up, this is not reform.  They are using you to get power.   Reform is for the masses, business as usual is for the power structure.  Better the devil I know than the devil I don't.  The only consolation if Obama wins, is that all the Blogs that supported him will become apologists and full time tools for the "man".  In some ways I want him to win, so I can see the gutless "bloggers"  have to defend the man they helped create.  

    Who will throw the first stone and have to face the mob with pitchforks?  

  • on a comment on Reform vs Results over 6 years ago

    Excuse me what do you know about HHH beyond the soundbite?  
    In 1948....Not 2008 when its stylish.  

    "The time has arrived in America for the Democratic Party to get out of the shadow of states' rights and walk forthrightly into the bright sunshine of human rights," winning support for a pro-civil-rights plank in the Party's platform.

    Could people please not denegrate every Democratic leader in order to elevate the unknown christ child?  

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