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  1. #1 Alan Grayson for DNC chair!!!! 
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    thunder rising (1000+ posts) Journal Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Tue Nov-02-10 11:23 PM
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    In the greatest offer of bipartisanship Obama gave away the government.

    Tim Kaine was NOT the person for the chair of the DNC.
    Honestly, I'm too disgusted to continue.

    Tonight is the fitting cap to 8 years of hard work.
    You couldn't even hold the house for 2 years ... very good, sir.
    Now that is a move I could support.

    They really don't want to win in 2012 do they?
    LonePirate (311 posts) Tue Nov-02-10 11:26 PM
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    4. Kaine is a failure. Obama needs to force him out and replace him with Alan Grayson.
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    18. That would be nice, but it won't happen.

    This administration has shown repeatedly that they do not like the left.

    The only people Obama openly insults, repeatedly, are the left. Grayson is firmly part of the left, and admirably so.

    Obama wouldn't have anything to do with Howard Dean. In part because Dean was part of the radical left, and used resources liberally to support the left. Obama supported the idea of using resources judiciously to only support "viable candidates" that that meant only candidates who had the approval of corporate backers (the money primary) rather than the base.

    Obama wouldn't allow anyone from the left to participate in the Health Care discussions. He blocked everyone from the progressive caucus entirely from having any role entirely.

    He has nobody from the left end of the spectrum anywhere on his economic team. Or on his foreign policy team.

    How much more evidence does anyone need that Obama does not want anything to do with the the left, does not respect the left, and will not work with the left?
    thunder rising (1000+ posts) Wed Nov-03-10 03:25 AM
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    33. Agreed. The Administration does not like the left, but that's the base. Who else you gonna call?

    hollowdweller Donating Member (1000+ posts) Tue Nov-02-10 11:36 PM
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    15. Clinton passed an unpopular gun control bill

    Obama passed an unpopular health care bill.

    He should have stood on principle and simply passed one that allowed a public option, forbid insurance companies from denying coverage for prexsisting conditions, and lifting of caps without all the deal making and other stuff. Something simple people could understand.
    It has nothing to do with what "simple people could understand", it's what makes the most sense, costs the least and has the most potential to help the most people who need the help.

    It's what the Republicans wanted to do, so of course it is what Obama and the liberals refused to do. They wanted nothing less than total control and power.
    thunder rising (1000+ posts) Tue Nov-02-10 11:32 PM
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    12. Let me add: Bush was handed financial surplus and turned it into deficits. What happened here?

    Obama took a thriving party and quashed it.
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    ROFL, if they made Grayson in charge of anything they'd lose and lose BIG. He's more fit to be in a rubber room than the DNC chair.
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    Makes perfect sense. Put the guy who bombed his own campaign in charge of the entire DNC. I'll support that.
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    We would be in real trouble if Grayson was DNC chair. There would be no way we could take the White House, the Senate and keep the house if that were to happen. :(

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