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TOPIC: WHO ARE THE STUPID democrat SUPER IDIOT DELEGATES
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Senators John Kerry: Lost the 2004 presidential election to incumbent George W. Bush. The Massachusetts Democrat has pledged his support to Sen. Barack Obama.

Ken Salazar: This Colorado Democrat stirred controversy when he introduced Alberto Gonzales at his attorney general confirmation hearings. He also chose Republican John McCain as his Senate mentor. Salazar also shares a close professional relationship Connecticut's Senator Joe Lieberman, an independent.

Bill Nelson: A Florida Democrat, Bill Nelson became the first member of the House of Representatives to fly into space. Nelson also ran a successful reelection campaign in 2006 against former Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris. He is endorsing Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Russ Feingold: The Wisconsin legislator is best known for his co-sponsorship of the “McCain-Feingold” bill, a notable piece of campaign finance reform legislation. He was the only senator to vote against the Patriot Act when it was introduced in 2001. He is endorsing Sen. Barack Obama.

Evan Bayh: Early on, it was thought that this Indiana senator may have considered an 2008 bid for president. He was elected in 1998 to the Senate seat once held by his father. Bayh has pledged support for Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Joe Biden: He recently ended his failed bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. The Delaware legislator is the current chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

Hillary Clinton: The Democratic presidential contender is herself a superdelegate.

Barack Obama: The Democratic presidential contender is himself a superdelegate.

Claire McCaskill: The Missouri Democrat defeated Republican Jim Talent by a slim margin in 2006. Actor Michael J. Fox appeared in a campaign ad on her behalf. She endorsed Barack Obama for president in January.

Jim Webb: This Virginia senator is thought to be on the short list of vice presidential candidates. He wore his son’s combat boots (worn during a tour in Iraq) every day of his 2006 campaign

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Now you know the idiots who steal from the American people and who in the Socialist Party of America will choose the next nominee for the communists in America!

Choose carefully which crook you support as a democrat for President!

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We've been governed by Hee Haw meets Gunsmoke for the last 7 years, and you are calling Democratic Superdelegates stupido????

Surf's Up, Destin. Catch the wave. Cons are becoming dead clams on the shoals of time.

Remember: To be a patriot is to embrace the Spirit of 1776. Get a little revolution in that soul of yours. Embrace some change, some progress, some liberalization. Jefferson embraced the idea of a reviving the spirit of revolution.

If America was just governed by Conservatives since its Puritans beginnings, we'd still be hunting witches and seeing evil all over the place and insisting that we should be a fundamentalist theocracy governed by God, and we'd be fighting a terrorist war against the Reds--the Indians.

OMG! WTF. We still have such Cons with us today: witch-hunters trying to impose their hypocritical self-righteousness on others in the name of their God.

Damn, if you had been a Conservative in 1776, you'd be defending King George III, the tyrant.

OMG! WTF. We still have people in 2008 defending King George W. Bush, the tyrant who evades the Constitution and the Geneva Convention and international law and has an unconsionable tax policy designed to benefit aristocrats.

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Now you know the idiots who steal from the American people and who in the Socialist Party of America will choose the next nominee for the communists in America!

Choose carefully which crook you support as a democrat for President!

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Governors Gov. Jon Corzine: After a spectacularly successful career at the investment firm Goldman Sachs, Corzine spent $60 million of his own money to get elected New Jersey senator in 2000. But after less than a full term, he decided to run for governor in 2005. Corzine is supporting Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Mayor Adrian Fenty: A Washington, D.C. native, Fenty was elected mayor of the District of Columbia in November 2006. He is a lawyer and served as a D.C. councilmember for six years. He has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama.

Gov. Brad Henry: A member of the state Senate for ten years, Henry was elected governor in 2002 and reelected in 2006 by one of the largest margins for a Oklahoma gubernatorial election. He fought for a state lottery, and used the revenues to improve the state’s public schools.

Gov. Jean Napolitano: In 1993, President Bill Clinton nominated Napolitano to serve as U.S. Attorney for Arizona. In 1998, voters elected her attorney general of Arizona and in 2002, Napolitano was elected governor. She is supporting Sen. Barack Obama.

Gov. Elliot Spitzer: One of Sen. Hillary Clinton’s campaign blunders came when she was asked about Spitzer’s support for drivers’ licenses for illegal immigrants. She has given conflicting answers, saying in one interview “it makes a lot of sense,” but later during a debate, “I did not say that it should be done, but I certainly recognize why Gov. Spitzer is trying to do it.” Spitzer served as New York attorney general before being elected governor in 2006. He is supporting Clinton.

Gov. Kathleen Sebelius: The first daughter of a governor (John Gilligan of Ohio) to become a governor herself, Sebelius is married to the son of a former Republican congressman from Kansas, Keith Sebelius. She served as a Kansas state legislator for eight years and then as state insurance commissioner. She was elected governor in 2002. She is backing Sen. Barack Obama.

Gov. Michael Easley: Raised on a tobacco farm, Easley worked as a prosecutor, then was elected North Carolina attorney general in 1992 and re-elected four years later. He has won two terms as governor.

Gov. Togiola Tulafono: A lawyer and legislator in American Samoa, Tulafono served as lieutenant governor from 1997 until 2003, when he was sworn in as governor following his predecessor’s death. He was elected in 2004. Tulafono has endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Gov. Deval Patrick: A minor furor blew up when Sen. Barack Obama used lines from Patrick’s speeches without attributing them to Patrick. Both share David Axelrod as their strategist. Patrick was elected Massachusetts governor in 2006. He's also served in the Clinton administration as Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights.

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Party leaders Former Vice President Al Gore: Gore served for seven years in the House and seven in the Senate before being elected vice president in 1992. He lost the 2000 presidential election to George W. Bush, when the Supreme Court refused to order a recount of Florida’s votes. Gore is a co-winner of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.

Sen. Chris Dodd: Son of former Sen. Thomas Dodd, Chris Dodd has represented Connecticut in the Senate since 1981. His bid for the 2008 Democratic nomination failed to catch fire in Iowa. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic in the 1960s and is fluent in Spanish. He is a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee. He has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama.

Dick Gephardt: The former House Majority Leader, Gephardt was an unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1988 and in 2004. He provided crucial backing for President George W. Bush ahead of the 2002 resolution to authorize the invasion of Iraq. He is supporting Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Former President Bill Clinton: The only Democrat to win two terms as president since Franklin D. Roosevelt, Clinton has been his wife’s most energetic surrogate campaigner, but incurred some Democrats’ wrath for his criticism of Sen. Barack Obama’s experience.

Walter Mondale: Mondale represented Minnesota in the Senate from 1963 to 1976 and then served as Jimmy Carter’s vice president. He lost to Ronald Reagan in 1984, winning only one state, his own. After the death of Sen. Paul Wellstone in 2002, Democrats picked him to stand in as their Senate candidate. He lost to Republican Norm Coleman. He has endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Sen. Robert Byrd: At age 90, Byrd holds the record for longest tenure of any senator in American history, having served for nearly 50 years. A former gas station attendant and butcher, he was elected to the state legislature in 1946, to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1952 and to the Senate in 1958, where he served as majority leader.

George Mitchell: A former federal judge, Mitchell served in the Senate from 1979 to 1994 and was majority leader for six years. Now a Washington lawyer, Mitchell is often called on for peacemaking and fact-finding jobs. He recently headed an investigation into steroid use in major league baseball.

Terry McAuliffe: A longtime friend and ally of Bill Clinton, McAuliffe is one of the Democratic Party’s most accomplished fundraisers. He headed the Democratic National Committee from 2001 to 2005 and is co-chairman of Sen. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Tom Dashcle: The South Dakota Democrat served in the Senate from 1987 to 2004 and was majority leader for two years. He lost to Republican John Thune in 2004. He now a special public policy advisor for the Washington law firm Alston & Bird. Daschle is a prominent Sen. Barack Obama supporter.

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Representatives John Murtha: This Pennsylvania Democrat gained notoriety with his frequent calls for U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq. He is a highly decorated Vietnam War veteran.

Gene Taylor: The Mississippi legislator is considered one of the most conservative House Democrats. He has been a harsh critic of the government’s response to Hurricane Katrina.

Albert Wynn: The Maryland Democrat was defeated in the 2008 party primary by Donna Edwards. Wynn has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama.

Ike Skelton: The Missouri legislator has been a member of the House since 1977. He’s the current chairman of the House Armed Services Committee

John Conyers: The Michigan Democrat is the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and is the only remaining member of the House who voted to impeach President Richard Nixon in 1974. He has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama.

William Jefferson: The Louisiana Democrat took office in 1991. Last year, a federal grand jury indicted Jefferson on corruption charges.

Loretta Sanchez: The California legislator took office in 1997. She voted against authorizing the invasion of Iraq in 2002. She has endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Patrick Kennedy: This Rhode Island Democrat is the son of Sen. Ted Kennedy. In May of 2006, he crashed his car into a Capitol Hill barricade. After announcing an addiction to prescription medication, he admitted himself into a rehabilitation facility. He has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama.

Joe Courtney: The Connecticut Democrat won his seat with a slim victory over competitor Rob Simmons. He remained neutral during his state's primary while three of his House Democratic colleagues from Connecticut endorsed Sen. Barack Obama.

Rahm Emanuel: The Illinois legislator was the chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee during the 2006 elections. He is currently the chairman of the Democratic Caucus.

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Activists Harold Ickes: Ickes was the deputy White House chief of staff under President Bill Clinton. He’s also a strategist on Sen. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Christine Pelosi: She’s the daughter of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi also authored the book “Campaign Boot Camp” and is deputy director of the California Democratic Party.

Michael Gronstal: He’s the majority leader of the Iowa state Senate. Gronstal is also the president of the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee. He is endorsing Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Terry McBrayer: He’s a lobbyist and a former member of the Kentucky state legislature. McBrayer also worked on Bill Clinton’s presidential campaigns in 1992 and 1996. He is endorsing Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Heather Mizeur: A member of the Democratic National Committee, Mizeur is a member of the lower house of the Maryland state legislature and a former domestic policy director for Sen. John Kerry.

James Zogby: Zogby is the founder of the Arab American Institute, and is a Democratic National Committee executive. He’s also the brother of pollster John Zogby. He is endorsing Sen. Barack Obama.

Gilda Cobb-Hunter: Cobb-Hunter was the minority leader of the South Carolina state Senate for three years. She’s active in the NAACP and ACLU.

Richard Michalski: He’s the vice president of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace workers, a union that has publically endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton.

James Roosevelt, Jr.: He is the grandson of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the president of the Tufts Health Plan.

Kwame Kilpatrick: Kilpatrick is the current mayor of Detroit, whose tenure has been plagued by recent controversies. Recently, text messages between him and his chief of staff were uncovered, suggesting the pair were having an extramarital relationship.

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OH LOOK, I wonder who this crook will vote for??? Barack HUSSEIN Obama: The Democratic presidential contender is himself a superdelegate.

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Senators John Kerry: Lost the 2004 presidential election to incumbent George W. Bush. The Massachusetts Democrat has pledged his support to Sen. Barack Obama.

Ken Salazar: This Colorado Democrat stirred controversy when he introduced Alberto Gonzales at his attorney general confirmation hearings. He also chose Republican John McCain as his Senate mentor. Salazar also shares a close professional relationship Connecticut's Senator Joe Lieberman, an independent.

Bill Nelson: A Florida Democrat, Bill Nelson became the first member of the House of Representatives to fly into space. Nelson also ran a successful reelection campaign in 2006 against former Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris. He is endorsing Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Russ Feingold: The Wisconsin legislator is best known for his co-sponsorship of the “McCain-Feingold” bill, a notable piece of campaign finance reform legislation. He was the only senator to vote against the Patriot Act when it was introduced in 2001. He is endorsing Sen. Barack Obama.

Evan Bayh: Early on, it was thought that this Indiana senator may have considered an 2008 bid for president. He was elected in 1998 to the Senate seat once held by his father. Bayh has pledged support for Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Joe Biden: He recently ended his failed bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. The Delaware legislator is the current chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

Hillary Clinton: The Democratic presidential contender is herself a superdelegate.

Barack Obama: The Democratic presidential contender is himself a superdelegate.

Claire McCaskill: The Missouri Democrat defeated Republican Jim Talent by a slim margin in 2006. Actor Michael J. Fox appeared in a campaign ad on her behalf. She endorsed Barack Obama for president in January.

Jim Webb: This Virginia senator is thought to be on the short list of vice presidential candidates. He wore his son’s combat boots (worn during a tour in Iraq) every day of his 2006 campaign

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