• comment on a post Will Bower, LIAR (UPDATED) over 5 years ago

    Will is a personal friend of mine from real life, not the internet or this silly blog.  He's a good man and has spent many years contributing to Democratic causes.  

    If you take issue with his stance, fine.  But stop making him out to be Satan, especially when you do not know him personally.

  • comment on a post RCP Electoral Map: McCain by 10 over 5 years ago

    Why does the electoral map here on mydd not reflect the latest poll results like RCP does?

  • comment on a post RCP Electoral Map: McCain by 10 over 5 years ago

    It's happening because Obama is a polarizing candidate who has yet to connect with "middle america" voters, while McCain has a natural advantage with that constituency.  Moreover, recent international events do not play to Obama's advantage.

    Basically, in a year where generic Democrat wins by double digits in elections, Obama is tied for the presidency.  

  • on a comment on Pin the VP on the Donkey over 5 years ago

    "you certainly missed the point of my post, but that is not surprising...."

    Maybe they don't have access to microscopes that can see things at the atomic level where said person resides?

  • on a comment on Pin the VP on the Donkey over 5 years ago

    "He is a puncher, a detail man..."

    And a man who authorized the worst of George W. Bush's foreign policy.

  • on a comment on Obama/Bayh? over 5 years ago

    "Why does no one point out that picking Bayh will in all probability cost the Democrats a Senate seat."

    Because the average "netroots" contributor has the intelligence of Peter Griffith.

  • on a comment on Obama/Bayh? over 5 years ago

    Obama doesn't have a new image every week, just a new stance/view (c.f. FISA, offshore drilling, Iraq, etc.)

  • on a comment on Obama/Bayh? over 5 years ago

    "If there's one reason not to pick Clinton, it is that she voted for the war."

    I totally agree.  I'm still trying to understand how Obamaphiles justify people like Biden and Bayh based on the fact that they derided Clinton for the same vote.  

  • on a comment on Obama/Bayh? over 5 years ago

    Both voted for the war, with Clinton.  She was attacked by Obama for being "wrong on day one," so these two other Senators would also appear to be "wrong on day one," if Obama is consistent.

  • How do you select Bayh when he voted for the war?

    Wasn't "being right on day one" the reason Obama was better than "being ready to lead on day one" as Clinton suggested described herself?  Well, now Obama's second in charge was "wrong from day one" on the "most important foreign policy blunder of our time?"

    How the hell do you justify that pick?

    I mean, I know how the Obama fans will.  I just don't know how one employing reason can.

  • He's been consistent on off-shore drilling and FISA?

    Wow.  Consistency just became as wobbly as a bowl of jello.

  • on a comment on ABC: Edwards admits affair! over 5 years ago

    I've not cheated on my wife, let alone while she was fighting for her life (or in remission, as the reprobate Edwards suggests to mollify his guilt).  I'd say that makes him a scumbag, but go ahead and justify/rationalize his behavior anyway you need to.

    PS  I was an Edwards guy in 2004 and 2008.  So save me the speeches.

  • on a comment on ABC: Edwards admits affair! over 5 years ago

    You shouldn't be.

  • comment on a post ABC: Edwards admits affair! over 5 years ago

    Exactly.  That's savage behavior to do that while she was going through a fight for her life.

  • "He never claimed to be the progressive wonder=boy as many here claim."

    Most liberal senator...

    "He wasn't even against the surge so much"

    absolute lie.

    "Obama's judgement is impeccable"

    Which one(s)?  Hard to tell with a guy who cannot decide what he really feels about NAFTA, FISA, Off-shore drilling, the surge, Iraq success, etc.

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