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DNC Wednesday: Clinton's Endless Obama Endorsement

tvahooey Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 5:20 PM
No one even mentioned Bush at the RNC. If Republican policies were so beneficial to US growth, you'd think they would have acknowledged that he was president for eight years.
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 5:41 PM


We are hardly surprised the poignant Democrat faithful were reluctant to bring up Chappaquidick and Mary Jo Copechne during their orgasmic celebration of Ted Kennedy.

There's another ICONIC Democrat who gets their veneration,

When everybody knows and remembers how he left his girlfriend dying in a sunken car, to go home to bed half-drunk. Nothing shameful about that, was there?

CHARLOTTE, NC - Round two of the 2012 DNC is finally complete, following an interminable stemwinder from former President Bill Clinton.  A few thoughts on the evening: Prior to the 10pm ET hour, the convention lineup was wholly unremarkable.  Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer both spoke for the second time this week.  Why?  These speeches lasted nearly six-and-a-half hours in total.  Were retreads necessary?  In any case, we heard from more abortion proponents, several union bosses, and a long list of unremarkable politicians.  It was tedious in the extreme, especially the mindless Bain demagoguery.  On to my "prime" prime-time...