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59. As opposed to the one who tried to challenge a sitting president
and probably contributed to Obama's hero - Reagan - winning.

Not that I have high opinions of Carter but, really, when one is thinking of the "good of the party" Teddy certainly changed his tune from 28 years ago.
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  -Teddy or the Big Dog? jefferson_dem  Jan-27-08 08:10 PM   #0 
  - Senator Kennedy  Nimrod2005   Jan-27-08 08:12 PM   #1 
  - OBAMA  JI7   Jan-27-08 08:13 PM   #2 
  - What's the question? Who do we prefer?  cat_girl25   Jan-27-08 08:14 PM   #3 
  - Who do you prefer? Who speaks for you? Who is "the shizzle"?  jefferson_dem   Jan-27-08 08:18 PM   #7 
  - As opposed to the one who tried to challenge a sitting president  question everything   Jan-27-08 10:10 PM   #59 
  - I'll take the twice elected president  Beacool   Jan-27-08 08:15 PM   #4 
  - So the Hillary folks are quick to bring up Chipadequik....  earthlover   Jan-27-08 08:24 PM   #14 
  - It's part of him.  emilyg   Jan-27-08 08:43 PM   #34 
  - I'll be gentle and not mention the part of Bill I despise. nt  babylonsister   Jan-27-08 08:59 PM   #42 
  - What Bill did - did not cause death.  emilyg   Jan-27-08 09:10 PM   #44 
     - I'm not going to rehash what happened. We all know about it.  babylonsister   Jan-27-08 09:14 PM   #45 
     - His actions after the accident were intentional.  emilyg   Jan-27-08 11:21 PM   #66 
     - That's fairly debatable, starting with sanctions in Iraq. n/t  JTFrog   Jan-28-08 08:29 AM   #69 
  - It's apparently also part of the Hillary Herd to bash Democrats  earthlover   Jan-28-08 06:26 AM   #67 
  - What I'm criticizing is his HYPOCRISY  Beacool   Jan-27-08 09:05 PM   #43 
  - 1st Diss of Teddy, 1st mention of Chappaquiddik  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 08:33 PM   #24 
  - Not sure what the question is. I prefer Bill Clinton. His own man, not dependent on family  jlake   Jan-27-08 08:16 PM   #5 
  - "His own man, not dependent on family"  Kristi1696   Jan-27-08 08:22 PM   #9 
  - Especially given the poster's avatar and signature pic.  jefferson_dem   Jan-27-08 08:24 PM   #13 
  - Precisely my point...n/t  Kristi1696   Jan-27-08 08:28 PM   #16 
  - You owe me a keyboard.  Kittycat   Jan-27-08 08:30 PM   #19 
  - Ahhh, so spouses must stay out of it for it to be "fair" eh?  MADem   Jan-27-08 08:31 PM   #21 
  - The Kennedys and the Bushes, our two royal families!!!  Beacool   Jan-27-08 08:56 PM   #39 
  - ....  jlake   Jan-27-08 08:33 PM   #23 
  - As is the Kennedy family representing change.  jlake   Jan-27-08 08:33 PM   #25 
  - There is no irony. Hillary and Bill are a team - they built it together. The Kennedy's  jlake   Jan-27-08 08:40 PM   #33 
  - Hillary, on the other hand, is dependent on family....  earthlover   Jan-27-08 08:26 PM   #15 
  - Her husband.... she wasn't put into politics by her polically and business connected  jlake   Jan-27-08 08:35 PM   #26 
  - He had no bootlegger daddy who married into a Boston political dynasty, became wealthy, and  MADem   Jan-27-08 08:28 PM   #17 
  - Too much to resist  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 08:44 PM   #35 
     - Clinton never KNEW his father. He was raised, poorly, by a stepfather.  MADem   Jan-27-08 08:49 PM   #36 
        - Good Idea  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 08:57 PM   #40 
           - My post contained nothing but truthful remarks. Google Joseph P. Kennedy when you have some time.  MADem   Jan-27-08 09:34 PM   #51 
              - I know all the history of the Kennedys  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 10:02 PM   #55 
                 - No, you don't. Otherwise you wouldn't have responded as you did.  MADem   Jan-27-08 10:27 PM   #64 
  - I have updated my post to clarify. Thanks for the spin though.  jlake   Jan-27-08 08:31 PM   #22 
  - lol  JVS   Jan-27-08 08:58 PM   #41 
  - Well at least you didn't diss Teddy  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 08:36 PM   #28 
     - I stated why I prefer Bill. Not that I didn't like Ted.  jlake   Jan-27-08 08:37 PM   #30 
        - but riding your husbands coattails to become POTUS is ok?!?!? Huh, got it!  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 08:50 PM   #37 
           - Don't be sexist. Hillary and Bill have worked together for years.  jlake   Jan-27-08 08:52 PM   #38 
              - 35 yrs to be exact  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 09:22 PM   #49 
                 - So is she just riding his coattails, or has she already served as president.  jlake   Jan-27-08 09:27 PM   #50 
                    - BOTH  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 10:06 PM   #57 
                       - I guess it takes cognitive dissonance to support Obama.  jlake   Jan-27-08 10:10 PM   #58 
                          - Good Grief  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 10:22 PM   #61 
                             - If the establishment is embracing Obama, how can he represent change.  jlake   Jan-27-08 10:26 PM   #63 
  - Lee L. Mercer Jr.  no name no slogan   Jan-27-08 08:17 PM   #6 
  - If we played "which one of these is not like the other...?"  jefferson_dem   Jan-27-08 08:20 PM   #8 
     - Indeed. Lee L. Mercer Jr. is a statesman and a scholar  no name no slogan   Jan-27-08 08:24 PM   #12 
  - Bill Clinton no question.  tritsofme   Jan-27-08 08:23 PM   #10 
  - this is becoming boarderline insane!  indimuse   Jan-27-08 08:23 PM   #11 
  - The liberal lion. His endorsement makes me feel a lot better about Obama  jackson_dem   Jan-27-08 08:29 PM   #18 
  - Hey there!  jefferson_dem   Jan-27-08 08:40 PM   #32 
  - Edwards to the convention and the presidency.  JDPriestly   Jan-27-08 08:30 PM   #20 
  - Teddy is the only progressive choice  sandnsea   Jan-27-08 08:36 PM   #27 
  - Gotta Go With The Big Dog Here.  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Jan-27-08 08:37 PM   #29 
  - Big Dog did more for me than Ted will ever do - NLCB - I suffer daily for it.  robbedvoter   Jan-27-08 08:39 PM   #31 
  - the Big Dog is far more representative of the mainstream of the  paulk   Jan-27-08 09:14 PM   #46 
  - Both. N/t  BlueStateGirl   Jan-27-08 09:15 PM   #47 
  - The liberal one  wxmike   Jan-27-08 09:17 PM   #48 
  - Bwhahaha! Again Hillary is ignored! nt  babylonsister   Jan-27-08 09:38 PM   #52 
  - Bill is the Man!  TriMetFan   Jan-27-08 09:52 PM   #53 
  - Even without the Kennedy run, Carter was in major trouble  karynnj   Jan-28-08 08:57 AM   #72 
  - Kennedy still hurt Carter.  TriMetFan   Jan-28-08 09:46 AM   #73 
  - Wow! So, you got both Chappaquiddick and Carter in on one post.  Buzz Clik   Jan-28-08 12:21 PM   #77 
     - Just keep on trying to spin your spin.  TriMetFan   Jan-28-08 11:26 PM   #78 
  - Teddy doubles up the Big Dog...  jefferson_dem   Jan-27-08 10:00 PM   #54 
  - Ladies and Gentlemen, Bill Clinton's *ELVIS* has left the building ... FOREVER! eom.  ShortnFiery   Jan-27-08 10:04 PM   #56 
  - Cheers  GoldieAZ49   Jan-27-08 10:10 PM   #60 
  - Go Teddy! Gobama!  Katzenkavalier   Jan-27-08 10:22 PM   #62 
  - Its the wrong fight Billary,  spokane   Jan-27-08 10:31 PM   #65 
  - Voted Teddy here, Clinton on Feb. 5. (n/t)  semass   Jan-28-08 08:24 AM   #68 
  - Democrats chose Jimmy Carter over Ted. He lost influence long ago.  WinkyDink   Jan-28-08 08:40 AM   #70 
  - Bill's most memorable line was  BeyondGeography   Jan-28-08 08:48 AM   #71 
  - Teddy is a true liberal and has fought the good fight for decades. nt  Oregonian   Jan-28-08 10:00 AM   #74 
  - I think this is political positioning by Ted  realFedUp   Jan-28-08 10:00 AM   #75 
  - I'm gonna have to go w/ Teddy for the longevity factor.  Tatiana   Jan-28-08 10:02 AM   #76 

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