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  1. Wolfpack

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    ... shove it!

    Nice to see the Crackhead in Chief making more and more friends in his own party! Just more politics as usual from the liberals in power! :rofl: :rofl:

    RI Dem: Obama can 'shove it' for not endorsing him - Boston.com

    PROVIDENCE, R.I.—The Democratic candidate for Rhode Island governor, widely seen as more conservative than the independent seeking to lead the heavily Democratic state, said Monday that President Barack Obama can "shove it" after learning Obama would not endorse him.
     
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    The Rhode Island Democrat:
    Good for him that statement just might get him elected.
     
  3. DarrylS

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    If you want the whole story do not read this..

    Caprio is the son of a wealthy judge, who owns a prestigious restaurant in Narragansett(Coast Guard House).. inow he was born with a silver spoon his azz. He is running for the Dems, most cannot stand him as he tries to play the newcomer, while all the while he is the consummate insider...

    Chaffee is running against him as an independent, when Obama was elected Chaffee endorsed him... so Obama kept his mouth shut about endorsing either in the state election for Governor.

    Obama is in town for David Cicilline, a professional/personal friend of mine, who is a very good candidate... shh!!! don't tell but David is gay.

    Most dems I know do not like Caprio, as he is such an idiot...
     
  4. Mrs.PatsFanInVa

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    #24 Jersey

    Here's the part I don't understand.

    Most of the people complaining here about Obama not endorsing a Democratic candidate are the same people who always moan about "party lines," and "partisan politics."

    Here, obviously, is a politician (Obama) who's not playing that game. He's not endorsing someone just because they're a democrat. He's not "loaning" his name to a campaign he obviously doesn't approve of.

    What's the problem here? The guy is doing just what you claim you want politicians to do - which is stand on their own two feet and have the courage of their convictions and not blindly follow a "party" mentality.

    So you condemn him for doing something you claim all politicians should be doing in the first place - which is being concerned with the issues rather than the political party?

    What's up with that?
     
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  5. DarrylS

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    Drudge, the "thought police" told them to think this way...

    You should know by now the right are all just lemmings marching along to the piper du jour...
     
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    Wait, you mean the guy is pissed because Obama won't endorse him? And that's supposed to be newsworthy?
     
  7. khayos

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    LOL if someone rejects Palin, the libs are all over it. If someone rejects Obama? Meh.
     
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    If someone rejected Palin because she refused to endorse them, that would be the same thing this is: sour grapes.
     
  9. DarrylS

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    So you did not read any of the above...
     

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