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In The Opinion of the Chair: Obama's Democrats Telegraph Obama's Campaign

boccepaul Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 9:27 PM
I've got to thank Mayor Villarigosa for offering me a fresh insight into the actual emotional and political realities which occurred about 2000 years ago in Jerusalem. As Mayor V'gosa was standing before the assembly of loyal Democrats while doing his best Pontius Pilate impersonation, the rowdy crowd was shouting the Dem fight song, "give us Barrabas!". Despite the vast number of Barrabas fans roaring to keep God out of their platform, old Pontius Villarigosa was just wormy enough to squelch them. He looked like he might have soiled his toga during the ordeal, and I feel certain that he won't be as successful 4 years from now. The Dems' costumes are falling away and we're beginning to see them in their fully flowered glory. Yuck.
William6382 Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 10:56 PM
Actually I think he was in pain because the dimwits in the hall never got the message, despite three attempts from the chair, that they were being directed to vote "aye." They actually thought they were being asked to vote.

Just as America prepares to hear a plea from Barack Obama for four more years, The Daily Beast arrives with a big leak of Bob Woodward's latest big book.

Not helpful to the president's case. Not helpful at all. America does not need for more years of an in-over-his-head whiner; a petulant egomaniac who does not seem to understand the most basic of economic principles and who is a lousy negotiator to boot.

Last night Bill Clinton did his best to raise a prostrated presidency, but for all the reasons detailed in