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Mikulski follows Clinton's lead, backs Obama

There are 36 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Jun 7, 2008, titled Mikulski follows Clinton's lead, backs Obama. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

Sen. Barbara Mikulski , one of Hillary Clinton 's staunchest supporters, is following Clinton's lead and endorsing Barack Obama .

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Gus Smegma

Sykesville, MD

#24 Jun 8, 2008
[QUOte:)
Obama is working to change the way things are done in Washington.

Do you want to see our teens go off to fight and die in perpetual war?
I want change. I want change now.
OBAMA!"

Germnay in the early 1930s also wanted change.

Along came a man who told them "Give me 12 years and you will no longer recognize Germany!"

Exactly "HOW" is Barf (the name Barack sounds just like someone heaving their guts!) working to change the way things are done in Washington?

No earmarks for him? NOPE!

Refusing the automatic pay raises all those bums have legislated for themselves? NOPE!

Ignoring the special interests? HELL NO!

No wonder our Munchkin Senator endorses Mr. Oral Flatulence!

He is tall, thin and black!

She is short, squatty and white!

Yep, they look alike! Two Democrat Featherheads!
Rim Shot

United States

#25 Jun 8, 2008
Gus Smegma wrote:
[QUOte:)
Obama is working to change the way things are done in Washington.
Do you want to see our teens go off to fight and die in perpetual war?
I want change. I want change now.
OBAMA!"
Germnay in the early 1930s also wanted change.
Along came a man who told them "Give me 12 years and you will no longer recognize Germany!"
Exactly "HOW" is Barf (the name Barack sounds just like someone heaving their guts!) working to change the way things are done in Washington?
No earmarks for him? NOPE!
Refusing the automatic pay raises all those bums have legislated for themselves? NOPE!
Ignoring the special interests? HELL NO!
No wonder our Munchkin Senator endorses Mr. Oral Flatulence!
He is tall, thin and black!
She is short, squatty and white!
Yep, they look alike! Two Democrat Featherheads!
Obama plagiarized some of Jimmy Carter's old ideas.

Charles Ogletree loaned Obama some of his crew that paraphrases things that other people have said and written so that Obama could come out and champion change as did Jimmy Carter --- way back when. Yes, that would be 55 mph Jimmy.
Rim Shot

United States

#26 Jun 8, 2008
Mikulski always has to follow somebody, because nobody will follow Mikulski anywhere.
David

Baltimore, MD

#27 Jun 8, 2008
LOL,,,but you never answered my question. "Hate", by calling Bab's, Ben and most of all BOY KING what they are?? "Pot to kettle", how clever, now answer my question. You can't, it's smear and smear only,
Tony wrote:
<quoted text>
I was trying to make a pot meet kettle analogy, but I see it went right over your head, underscoring my "brain dead" point. LOL

“Liberal and proud of it.”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#28 Jun 8, 2008
Gus and Rim: You have got to be kidding me. You want to compare a sitting Senator and current presumptive Democratic nominee for United States President with Hitler?

This is somehow related to automatic pay raises in Congress and that naturally leads us to accusations of plagiarism?!

You're making my head spin.

This is not productive, it's just hate, fear-mongering and spreading hate... It's evil to do this.
Rim Shot

United States

#29 Jun 8, 2008
Jen Hussein wrote:
Gus and Rim: You have got to be kidding me. You want to compare a sitting Senator and current presumptive Democratic nominee for United States President with Hitler?
This is somehow related to automatic pay raises in Congress and that naturally leads us to accusations of plagiarism?!
You're making my head spin.
This is not productive, it's just hate, fear-mongering and spreading hate... It's evil to do this.
If by Rim you mean Rim Shot, I have made no reference to Hitler. I have not compared anybody to Hitler. I actually think that Hitler was fairly unique.

I have seen people on the left regularly refer to Bush or Cheney as Hitler, or Nazi.

Gus seemed to be comparing Obama and Mikulski. He did mention that people in Germany wanted change back in the Hitler era.

I know that I did not refer to Hitler in comparing anybody to that Austrian vegetarian corporal.

Anyway, it has been nice answering your perplexed post.

Obama cannot win in November.
He is not ready to be president.
Too many things will come out before the elections.
Dem in Mont

Gaithersburg, MD

#30 Jun 9, 2008
I gotta agree....haven't seen much in the way of leadership from Mikulski during her lengthy time in the Senate. Rumor has it that there are at least 3 big political types looking to take her seat in 2010.

As an Obama supporter......I don't know what he can do about the $4 a gallon or any speedy change in Iraq. It is logistically impossible to get the troops out in a year. But I could be wrong.

TO come back to MD. I wonder if anyone will challenge Omalley in 2010...given his very low numbers

Tony

Reisterstown, MD

#31 Jun 9, 2008
David wrote:
LOL,,,but you never answered my question. "Hate", by calling Bab's, Ben and most of all BOY KING what they are?? "Pot to kettle", how clever, now answer my question. You can't, it's smear and smear only,
<quoted text>
??? Nevermind. Go back to playing with your Lego's.
Ahmadinejad

United States

#32 Jun 9, 2008
Tony wrote:
<quoted text>
I was trying to make a pot meet kettle analogy, but I see it went right over your head, underscoring my "brain dead" point. LOL
Pots and kettles do not often meet.

According to you, many of the people in this public forum of topix are "brain dead" because they do not follow your nonsensical reasoning.

What you perceive to be their problem is most likely your problem.

Have no fear, Allah is merciful.

Since: Aug 07

Hampstead, MD

#33 Jun 12, 2008
Jen Hussein wrote:
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Well, yeah, maybe not. But then, Hillary herself didn't throw her support to Barack in a very timely manner. Maybe everyone just needs some time to cool off.
And anyway, I'm a white middle-aged woman, and I'm not pissed off. Of course, I voted for Obama. My husband voted for Hillary. Which reminds me: So, how do we deal with the 18 million pissed off men?
Same thing here - my wife was Obama and I was Hillary. Rather odd formula, based on what I keep seeing in the media.

Still, unlike many households, there is no hassle here as to for whom we will both be voting. Any Hillary voter who votes for McCain or sits home deserves what he or she gets.

If you look at most (albeit not all) of the Democratic field, it was an embarrassment of riches compared to the astonishingly poor selection among the Republicans.
Camrad Illini

United States

#34 Jun 12, 2008
Gus Smegma wrote:
[QUOte:)
Obama is working to change the way things are done in Washington.
Do you want to see our teens go off to fight and die in perpetual war?
I want change. I want change now.
OBAMA!"
Germnay in the early 1930s also wanted change.
Along came a man who told them "Give me 12 years and you will no longer recognize Germany!"
Exactly "HOW" is Barf (the name Barack sounds just like someone heaving their guts!) working to change the way things are done in Washington?
No earmarks for him? NOPE!
Refusing the automatic pay raises all those bums have legislated for themselves? NOPE!
Ignoring the special interests? HELL NO!
No wonder our Munchkin Senator endorses Mr. Oral Flatulence!
He is tall, thin and black!
She is short, squatty and white!
Yep, they look alike! Two Democrat Featherheads!
http://communistpartyillinois.blogspot.com/

vote for change
vote for obama
Blame The Republicans

Pearl City, HI

#35 Jun 12, 2008
McCAIN & BUSH: IS THERE REALLY A DIFFERENCE?

Sen. John McCain has long promoted the idea that he is a “straight-talking maverick” who challenges his party and stands up to his president. However, despite the media misrepresentation, McCain has not strayed too far from President George Bush’s line, especially on issues important to working families. McCain is not running for a term of his own; he is running on an extension of the agenda laid out by Bush in his fi rst two terms: tax cuts for the rich, privatizing Social Security and outsourcing jobs.

McCAIN VOTES WITH BUSH

McCain Voted with the Bush Administration 89 Percent of the Time. Since President Bush took office, McCain has supported Bush’s positions 89 percent of the time. McCain’s support of Bush’s policies reached as high as 95 percent in 2007.[Congressional Quarterly Voting Study, 110th Congress]

SHARES BUSH’S ROSY VIEW OF THE ECONOMY

Bush: Economy Is Inherently Strong.“I believe we can find common ground to get something done that’s big enough, effective enough so that an economy that is inherently strong gets a boost to make sure that this uncertainty doesn’t translate into more economic woes for our workers and small business people,” Bush said in the Cabinet Room.[Associated Press, 1/23/08]

McCain: Underpinnings of Economy are Strong.“I still believe our fundamental underpinnings of our economy are strong, but it’s obvious that we are facing challenges which will require actions such as the Federal Reserve took today.”[“Lou Dobbs Tonight,” CNN, 1/22/08]

Watch it here:

http://thinkprogress.org/2008/01/23/mccain-ec ...

“Liberal and proud of it.”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#36 Jun 16, 2008
Fang Guy wrote:
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Same thing here - my wife was Obama and I was Hillary. Rather odd formula, based on what I keep seeing in the media.
Still, unlike many households, there is no hassle here as to for whom we will both be voting. Any Hillary voter who votes for McCain or sits home deserves what he or she gets.
If you look at most (albeit not all) of the Democratic field, it was an embarrassment of riches compared to the astonishingly poor selection among the Republicans.
Absolutely. And in our house, we're totally in sync now. In fact, we're going to an Obama fundraiser in July, and we're both inviting people to it in order to garner more support for the next president. The very last thing we need is another four years of these crazy Republican policies.
Jeff - an Independent

Bethpage, NY

#37 Jun 16, 2008
Blame The Republicans wrote:
McCAIN & BUSH: IS THERE REALLY A DIFFERENCE?
Sen. John McCain has long promoted the idea that he is a “straight-talking maverick” who challenges his party and stands up to his president. However, despite the media misrepresentation, McCain has not strayed too far from President George Bush’s line, especially on issues important to working families. McCain is not running for a term of his own; he is running on an extension of the agenda laid out by Bush in his fi rst two terms: tax cuts for the rich, privatizing Social Security and outsourcing jobs.
McCAIN VOTES WITH BUSH
McCain Voted with the Bush Administration 89 Percent of the Time. Since President Bush took office, McCain has supported Bush’s positions 89 percent of the time. McCain’s support of Bush’s policies reached as high as 95 percent in 2007.[Congressional Quarterly Voting Study, 110th Congress]
SHARES BUSH’S ROSY VIEW OF THE ECONOMY
Bush: Economy Is Inherently Strong.“I believe we can find common ground to get something done that’s big enough, effective enough so that an economy that is inherently strong gets a boost to make sure that this uncertainty doesn’t translate into more economic woes for our workers and small business people,” Bush said in the Cabinet Room.[Associated Press, 1/23/08]
McCain: Underpinnings of Economy are Strong.“I still believe our fundamental underpinnings of our economy are strong, but it’s obvious that we are facing challenges which will require actions such as the Federal Reserve took today.”[“Lou Dobbs Tonight,” CNN, 1/22/08]
Watch it here:
http://thinkprogress.org/2008/01/23/mccain-ec ...
Captain Cut and Paste strikes again!
Psychic

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#38 Aug 25, 2008
Daley and his machine in Chicago, IL has given Obama orders to pick Biden as his running mate.
mike- nottingham

Baltimore, MD

#39 Aug 25, 2008
Fang Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Same thing here - my wife was Obama and I was Hillary. Rather odd formula, based on what I keep seeing in the media.
Still, unlike many households, there is no hassle here as to for whom we will both be voting. Any Hillary voter who votes for McCain or sits home deserves what he or she gets.
If you look at most (albeit not all) of the Democratic field, it was an embarrassment of riches compared to the astonishingly poor selection among the Republicans.
It was an embarrassment period. A Shrew and an empty suit whose only mantra is " If you don't vote for me you are a racist". After November he can go back to the Rev. Wright, Bill Ayers and maybe cut a record with his Homie Ludacris.

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