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On Democratic Underground, I posted that excellent MyDD piece by an Obama supporter who was repulsed by this weekend's assassination-gate lek.

These are your fellow Democrats, folks.

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Submitted by DCblogger on

this year has made me look at netroots in a new way. We stink.

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Submitted by amberglow on -- "... The subhead from the top headline reads "President-Elect Calls For Reconciliation After Gore Concedes Defeat in Longest Contest in a Century." There was an analysis from Times Washington Bureau Chief Doyle McManus titled "Bush's Vow To Unite Encounters a Great Divide," and the beginning of the story (only the front page was on the wall) talked about how Bush campaigned as a "uniter, not a divider," and how this would now be tested by those angry Democrats, who Bush planned to reconcile with in order to calm the waters. Here's a sample:

Bush sought to send a message of soothing bipartisan conciliation in his first statement as President-elect.

"I am optimistic we can change the tone in Washington, D.C.," Bush said. "I believe things happen for a reason, and I hope the long wait of the last five weeks will heighten a desire to move beyond the bitterness and partisanship of the recent past." ..."

Submitted by lambert on

This time the candidate doesn't have a lot of experience in Washington, speaks movingly of his faith, has an extremely devoted following, the press loves him, and he doesn't want Florida's votes counted. So you see the two really are different. Oh, wait....

[x] Any (D) in the general. [ ] ?????. [ ] Any mullah-sucking billionaire-teabagging torture-loving pus-encrusted spawn of Cthulhu, bless his (R) heart.