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    75,000 people in Portland OR today.
    I like cheese.

  • #2
    confused...they all thought that Elliott Smith was moving back to Portland.

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    • #3
      Sheriff Bart had a huge turnout to see him, also.
      Make America Great For Once.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by easy ed View Post
        confused...they all thought that Elliott Smith was moving back to Portland.
        if a dead guy was moving, i'd want to see that live too!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MsFunkay View Post
          if a dead guy was moving, i'd want to see that live too!

          shhhhhhhh....they still don't know!

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          • #6
            Imagine how disappointed they'll be when they discover he's a mere politician and not a rock star.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Reggie Cleveland View Post
              Imagine how disappointed they'll be when they discover he's a mere politician and not a rock star.
              Imagine how disappointed republicans will be when they discover McCain's an inept politician, easily beaten by a mere politician.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Reggie Cleveland View Post
                Imagine how disappointed they'll be when they discover he's a mere politician and not a rock star.
                At least he's smart.

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                • #9
                  No way is that real?

                  WTF is that the entire population of Oregon?
                  Be passionate about what you believe in, or why bother.

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                  • #10
                    I don't see any working class whites in that picture.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Sheriff Blaylock View Post
                      I don't see any working class whites in that picture.
                      John Edwards weeps.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Reggie Cleveland View Post
                        Imagine how disappointed they'll be when they discover he's a mere politician and not a rock star.
                        Well sure, I know when I look around for somebody to look up to, I go for the rock star every time.
                        Time for change

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                        • #13
                          Part of the turnout was because the indie group The Decemberists had a free concert prior to Obama's speech.

                          At least thats the right-wing talking point you will hear today, which will downplay this and claim that the MSM left that part out in their stories.
                          “I’ve always stated, ‘I’m a Missouri Tiger,’” Anderson said March 13 after Arkansas fired John Pelphrey, adding, “I’m excited about what’s taking place here.”

                          Asked then if he would talk to his players about the situation, he said, “They know me, and that’s where the trust comes in.

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                          • #14
                            Barack stands up for his wife.

                            http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080519/...ics_obama_dc_1


                            Obama tells critics to leave his wife alone 59 minutes ago



                            WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama said on Monday that Republican critics should stop picking on his wife Michelle.



                            "These folks should lay off my wife," Obama said in an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America."

                            Obama was referring to a four-minute video posted on YouTube by the Tennessee Republican Party last week during a visit by Michelle Obama that portrayed a remark she made in February in an unflattering manner.

                            Michelle Obama's remark that "for first time in my adult lifetime I'm proud of my country" stirred a controversy at the time. Critics said it sounded unpatriotic and suggested she had not been proud of her country before her husband's candidacy.

                            In the ABC interview, Obama, an Illinois senator and Democratic front-runner to contest the November election against Republican John McCain, called the video "low class" and said "most of the American people would think that as well."

                            The Republican video repeatedly showed Michelle Obama making the proud remark interspersed with comments by Tennesseans about their own patriotism.

                            "Whoever is in charge of the Tennessee GOP needs to think long and hard about the kind of campaign that they want to run," Obama said.

                            Michelle Obama joined her husband in the ABC interview and said she believed voters were more focused on the issues.

                            "We are trusting that the American voters are ready to talk about the issues and not talking about things that have nothing to do with making people's lives better," she said.

                            Obama has not formally won the Democratic presidential nomination, but he leads against New York Sen. Hillary Clinton in the pledged delegates to the August party convention that will pick a candidate to run against McCain, an Arizona senator. The Democratic candidates face off in primaries in Oregon and Kentucky on Tuesday, and three more before the party voting ends on June 3.

                            (Reporting by Donna Smith; editing by Mohammad Zargham)
                            Make America Great For Once.

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                            • #15
                              I would feel better about this if the electoral college matchup wasn't so fucking horrifying.
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                              "This is a heavyweight bout indeed."--John Rooney, Oct. 27, 2011

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