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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

On the bandwagon

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Well that's just pathetic.

Gordon: You are not a Democrat. You are a died-in-the-wool, old-money conservative.

On a brighter note, I guess this means Gordon Smith thinks Obama's going to win in November.

I wonder how the McCain campaign feels about this. Sen. Smith is their chair in Oregon.

Gordon Smith is like a rat fleeing a sinking ship. It's very entertaining to watch this guy try to save his Republican skin.


Gordon Smith is like a rat fleeing a sinking ship.

R's needn't worry. He'll resume his normal Senate voting behavior on Jan. 21, 2009.

Oregon Voters will most likely buy this ca-ca sandwich and send this Chameleon back to Senate--pathetic

Smith's done, he's had a good and long run in Oregon. Unfortunately, the political climate and voter base in the state is not in keeping with his fairly moderate and bi-partisan track record.

With regard to flip-flops, don't you liberal "pots" go too far off the deep-end calling the Republican pol "kettles" black.

For every Gordon Smith out there, there are plenty of John Kerrys or Barack Obamas.

If you Google "Obama flip-flop" it returns about 771,000 results. And we've months to go before the election -- many months more to expose and perform even more flip-flops with this candidate.

The latest Obama flip-flop biggie is the campaign financing one. Even dyed-in-the-wool libs were angry with that one. But did you see it discussed on this blog? The Dynamic Duo of Jack and Bill have been remarkably silent about that one....

I don't fault people for changing their minds when they're wrong.

Wish I had had the chance to make that judgment even once under the Chimp.

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