If he's speaking up, it's because it's true.
Period. End of story.
Here's hoping I get to meet Mr. Gibbs in person someday.
at each other? (and in such a juvenile way.)
Wake the heck up and understand that if we're going to win, and win big, we need to put aside our petty differences.
I'm saying a prayer for our Democratic Party. We are on the verge of a Congressional wave, and whether it happens depends heavily upon what the Clintons do now.
My Clinton-supporting gay friend bet HRC would graciously concede.
Candy from a baby...
Last time I was in D.C., I enthusiastically went to check it out.
What I remember is that it felt all wrong. Giant Iron war eagles floating above, as well as the towering pillars.
Fascist architecture? That was my immediate gut response. The monument is/was a paean to power, and out of keeping with the serenity of the Mall.
1) My husband didn't win until June, then
2) Robert Kennedy got assassinated in June.
The read between the lines is that she won't be exiting the race before June, regardless, and also that Team Clinton keeps in mind that they still could win if Obama were assassinated.
But too often we talk to one another as if we are enemies. (I'm referring to both sides here.)
Anyway, everyone will naturally wind down, as this fight itself winds down.
Hardcore supporters like Alegre shouldn't be expected to throw in the towel until the candidate herself actually concedes.
Gosh knows, when I really get behind a candidate I do the exact same thing.
And she is my friend, regardless.
Forgetting that basic should not be allowed.
Hillary should be the winner, however fruitless, is so productive in terms of eventually bringing the Party together.
this is America that you're trying to tear down. Socially we're all absolutely equal. The white men's club is dead, and now the Country is strictly about egalitarian.
Isn't that proved by Obama?
Obama is doing unbelievably well with the next generation of Democratic voters.
I don't believe that any of the Dems you mention have V-P aspirations.
I do believe they care about advancing our agenda.
the things Dems care about, not to come together strongly in the fall.
In 2004 I was a passionate Dean supporter who never liked John Kerry. But over the course of the summer I came to have some respect for him, donated to his campaign, and volunteered some time.
I still never really came to like John Kerry. But it didn't matter. He would have made an excellent President, and it's a shame this country instead decided to re-elect George Bush.
The only thing I like about Axelrod is his ability to win...
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