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Update with the Politico analysis:

“[A] lot of people tried to convince themselves that he was a progressive hero, and I think they were disappointed,” Hamsher said. “You can feel a real shift in the zeitgeist online.”

Joementum guy is happy:

Dan Gerstein, a New York political consultant and former longtime aide to Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman (I-Conn.), said Obama now needs to stand by his support of the bill, given Republican efforts to brand Obama as a “reflexive, partisan liberal.” “This is really an important initial test for Obama,”

but the rest are thinking “we picked the wrong camdidate”

“The fear out there is that Obama is going to fail to live up to expectations on key issues, and that reinforces the notion that ‘uh-oh, we picked the wrong candidate,’ when the focus should really be on the fact that the Bush administration broke the law with the help of private companies,” said Warren Street, a blogger at the Blue Girl, Red State blog.

Here’s the Moulitsas interview video by Keith Obabaman – who is doing W.O.R.M girations

Apparently they are disappointed with their Messiah already

Markos Kos on tv snidely saying “well tthere is not much choice, we’d still vote for Obama, but we were expecting him not to be another
spineless democrat

Moveon wants members to call his office

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Who’s sorry now – you ers?

Gee, I wonder why there is not much choice?

I wonder of Moulitsas was contemplating that when concocting stories about images darkening in political ads.

Frankly, I see a choice and calling my 18 superdelegates

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, the get over it, the Roe vs Wade threats – have been done over and over throughout this sham of the primaries. Lavender liberal created this vicious circle months ago – see how fresh it still is:
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Just as we were staring having fun with the possum’s truthiness, they take it away from us

“That was a one time thing for a one time event,” Robert Gibbs told CNN.

Many wondered whether a seal – with Latin phrasing no less – was the best idea for a candidate fighting for the working class vote and trying to fend off allegations of elitism.”

Well, that’s too bad – I intend to use it more and more

The Obama campaign is no longer using the above logo.

The Obama campaign is no longer using the above logo.

Who can forget the frolics we had…

Who can forget this?

Capital Hill
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It should be the last image from this failed chapter in the election fraud history – a phony nominee creating a phony presidential seal – then tryint to make people forget about it…

Not Your Sweetie

June 2008