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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Rats on a Sinking Ship: Lewis switches from Clinton to Obama

Georgia Rep. John Lewis, who backed Hillary Clinton in his state's Democratic presidential primary, announced Wednesday that he is switching his support to Barack Obama to reflect the will of his constituents.

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Anonymous Captain Jack Sparrow said:

Good afternoon Ladies and Gentlemen (tips hat):

We've managed to make our way North from the Canal and have put in at a lovely seaside town in Coasta Rica where there is, if you will, access to internet. My comments are brought to you courtesy of one who was left behind, savvy?

With respect to rats on a sinking ship (looks down as rat scurries by, stops, stands up and salutes Captain Jack, and continues on towards galley), I do believe that I've made the comment a time or two about His Nibbs's ship being "rudderless". (Winks) And that was before the whole plank walking with Smee Nunez. (Looks serious again) However, I do think that it's not the ship that is rudderless, rather, something aboard the ship causes it to be rudderless as Mrs. Clinton's ship seems to be at this present time.

Sending one's highly paid lackey to Texas as a means to plug holes in the hull won't help but a tad. Mrs. Clinton's ship was doomed at the moment when certain crew was enlisted. (Whispers confidentially) And I'm not specifically referring to His Nibbs, savvy?

February 27, 2008 4:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If it's true, this is the first and probably last time John Lewis has done anything to actually "reflect the will of his constituents."

He is one of the last of the old-style patriarchal Dems that can't be bothered with actual democracy.

February 27, 2008 4:54 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Reflects the will of the constituents who are evenly split amongst the two candidates?

February 27, 2008 9:10 PM  

Anonymous One Who Knows said:

"It ain't over 'til it's over"

Those sage words by Larry "Yogi" Berra need to be kept in mind as we go to next Tuesday.

If (big "If") she pulls it out and wins Texas and Ohio (she's still ahead in both right now), the agony will move to Pennsylvania and then to the convention.

Consider this: it is the most interesting presidential primary in history; why do we want it to end now?

On to the convention, and let's track every single one of the Super Delegates.(Antonio, Zev. Yvonne. Gloria, Fabian. etc.)

What fun!!!

February 28, 2008 8:03 AM  

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