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  •  Much better to APPLAUD failure and inaction. (16+ / 0-)

    Better to sing hosannahs to the corruption and the sell-outs and the out-and-out bribability of the wholly-owned politicians.

    You spent two years whining about how things weren't happening in Congress, even with Democrats in the majority.

    The word is "shouting." No one I know whines.

    You don't attack the very people who are working the hardest to implement your agenda.


    Even joining up with right wing groups to help "advocate."

    That's two references to Jane Hamsher. Is that who's gotten your knickers in a twist? Why not just come out and say it? Tuesday's results have nothing to do with that poor, helpless prisoner of he White House. It's all the fault of the all-powerful Jane Hamsher.

    You are so right. If only Obama had a blog like Jane Hamsher. Then he could do all kinds of things!

    This diary is crap.

    Forgive me for not being impressed by the transformation of "Change we can believe in" to "It could be worse."

    by expatjourno on Wed Jan 20, 2010 at 11:39:26 PM PST

    •  As is the diarist (6+ / 0-)

      Most likely what's left of the cheerleading squad. The only thing more pathetic than the line of reasoning advocated here is the thought that there are still people out there who think that there are people out here who'll buy it, who aren't on the juice.

      No, Obama <> Bush. We were just hoping that the bar would be set a bit higher.

      "Those who stand for nothing fall for anything...Mankind are forever destined to be the dupes of bold & cunning imposture" --Alexander Hamilton

      by kovie on Thu Jan 21, 2010 at 01:19:22 AM PST

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    •  Well, that's you opinion (1+ / 0-)
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      samantha in oregon

      It is rather amusing that you don't think Coakley bear any responsibility whatsoever. Did you not even follow the campaign?

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