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30 January 2008


Derrick from Philly

I do believe he was sincere in his commitment to the poor, and standing up to corporate interests. I'm kind of ashamed I didn't support him because his message resonated with me more than Obama's or Clinton's, but they overshadowed him--and the media didn't do right by him. Often the media acted as though he wasn't even there.

Andy Niable, Obamamerican

Agreed, Rod. Edwards' message, positions, and progressivist passion were a welcome part of the race and a sad departure. It's too bad he didn't get his chance for the top spot in 04 instead of the inept-but-well-meaning Kerry. I have nothing but respect for the man and his sincerity, and hope to see him in the next administration as AG or even VP.


Dream ticket:



Dream ticket:


C. Baptiste-Williams

Super Tuesday has just gotten more interesting...


“…the Democratic primary is finally a two-person, battle of the giants…”

Actually, I think “battle of the midgets” is more accurate.

If Cynthia McKinney runs this November as a Green, I will surely vote for her. Clinton and Obama are of no use to anyone I know.

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