"Senator Byrd understands the history, the importance and the role Senate plays in our government -- at 87 years old, he's the most senior senator."
Sadly, Obama doesn't understand much about Byrd's history.
posted on 04/11/2005 7:20:12 PM PDT
posted on 04/11/2005 7:21:49 PM PDT
(Selbst in die Unterwelt dringt durch Spalten Licht)
To: mhking; rdb3
posted on 04/11/2005 7:30:04 PM PDT
(*Gregoire is French for Stealing an Election*)
posted on 04/11/2005 7:30:44 PM PDT
(In memory of a true hero - Pat Tillman)
Did Barack Obama enter politics solely to be a whore?
posted on 04/11/2005 7:37:42 PM PDT
(Irish grandmother rolls in grave, yet again!)
Wow. A black man raising money to give a Klu Klux Klan leader more power. Does this Obama guy have a death wish, or what?
Obama's March 29 online letter to 3.1 million MoveOn.Org members...
So Obama raised money from Kool-aid drinkers. To quote a famous singer "That don't impress me much"
posted on 04/11/2005 7:43:30 PM PDT
by Cowboy Bob
posted on 04/11/2005 8:04:39 PM PDT
(Qui Nhon Turtle Co.)
The appeal of this fund raiser was the fear that rats have over Dubya's judges. The laws of this country mean nothing when liberal judges can just "interpret" the laws in any fashion they choose. The liberals are very scared that the irresponsibilities they call a social safety net will be replaced with self determination and the freedom to win or fail. The judges are our end game.
The only way America will return to a the ideals of the Constitution is to replace rat judges with honest judges.
posted on 04/11/2005 8:14:49 PM PDT
("They call me 'The Pork King,' they don't know how much I enjoy it." - Sen. Robert Byrd)
The article repeats moveon.org's claim that they have 3.1 million members. Where is the proof for that? The article also repeats a claim that in West Virginia, moveon.og has 39,822 members. Since they are an online organization, how do they know that? Has anybody, let alone Lynn Sweet, seen any actual verification of these claims?
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