Dodd to endorse Obama

Dodd to endorse Obama

There are 24 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Feb 26, 2008, titled Dodd to endorse Obama. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

WASHINGTON Democratic Sen. Christopher Dodd of Connecticut plans to endorse former presidential rival Barack Obama, the Associated Press has reported.

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AOL

#1 Feb 26, 2008
Hey Dodd how about staying home and tending to Connecticut's problems. How about taking some action as chairmen of the banking committee as it relates to these sub prime mortgages. Where were you when this was going on. Dont tell me let me guess you were following a pipe dream of becoming president. I for one will never vote for you again. You are a pompous do nothing lying politician.While you are in Cleveland today why dont you just move there.
Sister Mary Francis OP

Peekskill, NY

#2 Feb 26, 2008
There was a time when Dodd,s indorsment carry some weigth
maybe it still does in Iowa.
Dan

Bolton, CT

#3 Feb 26, 2008
Well over a year ago, I spoke to your office about the trouble in the mortgage industry and offered some possible solutions. Your staff could not have cared less.

I guess if the boss doesn't care why should the staff. Senator, you really showed your true colors turning your back on you friend Joe.

I hope your endorsement doesn't hurt Barack Obama.

A really disappointed voter.
jasmine

Shelton, CT

#4 Feb 26, 2008
Wow...Chris must be assured that
President Obama will give him a great cabinet job. He and Joe have used up the citizens' patience.
Sky King

Wellford, SC

#5 Feb 26, 2008
jasmine wrote:
Wow...Chris must be assured that
President Obama will give him a great cabinet job. He and Joe have used up the citizens' patience.
Hope he does not make Dodd or Liberman VP !
Barney

Knightsen, CA

#6 Feb 26, 2008
Big deal - a loser backing a loser.
Joel Gonzalez

Randolph, NJ

#7 Feb 26, 2008
Come on Dodd. Why you wait untill Obama won Connecticut?
Lieberman made his choice long ago. Hold a fundraiser for Obama. Money is more important than the endorsement.
pwilson

Sandy Hook, CT

#8 Feb 26, 2008
Who cares what Dodd says or does.
Princess Tinkel

North Las Vegas, NV

#10 May 7, 2008
You can will them to your children as inherited property and can make them slaves for life....." (Leviticus 25:44-46)

Rape of American lady then made to be a slave!
AVA

Wellford, SC

#11 May 7, 2008
Princess Tinkel wrote:
You can will them to your children as inherited property and can make them slaves for life....." (Leviticus 25:44-46)
Rape of American lady then made to be a slave!
What the heck are you on?
uncle sambo

Stamford, CT

#12 May 7, 2008
vote for obama so the blacks can get a slavery refund check
justice

Cresskill, NJ

#13 May 7, 2008
Come on people, Are u still on the race issue??? please say something a little more educated! lots of people say they want AFRICAN Americans to get on with their lives etc., but there is always a RACE issue. The fact of the matter is, white american is very upset that a man that just happens to be of color has a REAL chance at running to be president. We are still living in old times. I wonder will there every come a day when the skin color does NOT matter.maybe never.
pwilson

Sandy Hook, CT

#14 May 7, 2008
Sister Mary Francis OP wrote:
There was a time when Dodd,s indorsment carry some weigth
maybe it still does in Iowa.
The only weight this jerk can carry is his drinking buddy fat Ted home from au-bar after passing out.
Put it on the governments tab boys!
AVA

Wellford, SC

#15 May 7, 2008
pwilson wrote:
<quoted text>The only weight this jerk can carry is his drinking buddy fat Ted home from au-bar after passing out.
Put it on the governments tab boys!
LMAO
james beardsley

Stamford, CT

#16 May 7, 2008
justice wrote:
Come on people, Are u still on the race issue??? please say something a little more educated! lots of people say they want AFRICAN Americans to get on with their lives etc., but there is always a RACE issue. The fact of the matter is, white american is very upset that a man that just happens to be of color has a REAL chance at running to be president. We are still living in old times. I wonder will there every come a day when the skin color does NOT matter.maybe never.
a lot more blacks are racists than whites, at this point. a good look at Obama's pastor proves my point
justice

Cresskill, NJ

#17 May 7, 2008
For you information james, his pastor is not him! anything else no one person can control what another person say or think. the race stuff is very stupid. when nothing else works the "BLACK ISSUE" is always there.
james beardsley

Stamford, CT

#18 May 7, 2008
justice wrote:
For you information james, his pastor is not him! anything else no one person can control what another person say or think. the race stuff is very stupid. when nothing else works the "BLACK ISSUE" is always there.
Yes, the "black issue" is there because blacks continue to raise it. If you re-read your comment above, you said:
"The fact of the matter is, white american(sic) is very upset that a man that just happens to be of color has a REAL chance at running to be president."

That's obviously bringing up the "black issue."

Just for the record, true Americans don't like Obama (or Hillary, or even McCain) because Obama is a Socialist.(Hillary is a Marxist, and McCain refuses to enforce immigration laws.) I don't think his skin color has anything to do with it. It's the fact that he thinks we live in the USSR in 1962. A platform of raising taxes on people that work to give that money to people that don't work, and hence buy their votes, rubs anyone with a job the wrong way.
justice

Cresskill, NJ

#19 May 7, 2008
pointing the finger?? no matter what anybody say race is always an isssue. Why is that in the year 2008? i do not have a race issue, it means nothing to me. we are in real america. furthermore one of the three will be president. may the best man or women win. by the way the race issue has been bigger than the gender. in the event of edwards instead of barack,hillary would have been thrown under the bus
james beardsley

Stamford, CT

#20 May 8, 2008
justice wrote:
pointing the finger?? no matter what anybody say race is always an isssue. Why is that in the year 2008? i do not have a race issue, it means nothing to me. we are in real america. furthermore one of the three will be president. may the best man or women win. by the way the race issue has been bigger than the gender. in the event of edwards instead of barack,hillary would have been thrown under the bus
You "do not have a race issue"? It's just the first thing you bring up because "white" america isn't voting for your socialist...
justice

Cresskill, NJ

#21 May 8, 2008
u do not know who i am voting for! who cares about white america? let me guess white america has the power to put whoever they want in office. I am on team human.

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