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jlake Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Feb-22-08 02:19 PM
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36. Bush being a glaring exception to that.
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  -Both Hillary and Barack are far more gracious than some of their supporters. yardwork  Feb-22-08 12:51 PM   #0 
  - Of course.  Radical Activist   Feb-22-08 12:54 PM   #1 
  - Actually, most Republican politicians act like petty assholes all the time.  yardwork   Feb-22-08 12:55 PM   #2 
  - You'd be surprised at how many people  Radical Activist   Feb-22-08 08:14 PM   #49 
  - Bush being a glaring exception to that.  jlake   Feb-22-08 02:19 PM   #36 
  - I just read a pm from an Obama supporter  emilyg   Feb-22-08 12:55 PM   #3 
  - Forward the nasty PM to Skinner. It's against DU rules to send nasty PMs.  yardwork   Feb-22-08 12:59 PM   #6 
  - I thought about it - have a  emilyg   Feb-22-08 01:48 PM   #20 
     - Don't let it go  donheld   Feb-22-08 02:03 PM   #33 
  - Please send that PM to Skinner- No one should have to put up with that.  Marrah_G   Feb-22-08 01:22 PM   #9 
  - I wonder which genius that was.  Bleachers7   Feb-22-08 01:38 PM   #15 
  - check your in-box  emilyg   Feb-22-08 01:51 PM   #23 
     - Thanks  Bleachers7   Feb-22-08 01:58 PM   #29 
  - One has to wonder what that person is like in the 'real world'  pirhana   Feb-22-08 01:44 PM   #18 
  - Ah shucks  emilyg   Feb-22-08 01:53 PM   #26 
  - Out of everyone here they singled out you?  Forkboy   Feb-22-08 05:48 PM   #44 
  - This is true! n/t  glenhappy   Feb-22-08 12:55 PM   #4 
  - Thank goodness thats true - otherwise I would vote for McCain  dmordue   Feb-22-08 12:57 PM   #5 
  - "Change You Can Xerox"  MannyGoldstein   Feb-22-08 01:19 PM   #7 
  - Yahtzee.  AtomicKitten   Feb-22-08 01:21 PM   #8 
  - "You're likable enough Hillary" How gracious.  Blue State Native   Feb-22-08 02:27 PM   #38 
  - It would be nice of Hillary to congratulate Obama publicly on his wins. How UNgracious of her. n/t  jenmito   Feb-22-08 01:27 PM   #10 
  - She has difficulty even summoning basic common courtesy.  AtomicKitten   Feb-22-08 01:31 PM   #12 
  - Exactly. And that's why no matter how many policies she rambles off, she won't win the  jenmito   Feb-22-08 01:36 PM   #14 
  - well we know she was gracious last night. Such whining!  rodeodance   Feb-22-08 01:41 PM   #16 
  - I have that person on ignore  ronnykmarshall   Feb-22-08 01:49 PM   #21 
  - Only at the very end. When she realized she better try to be nice to Obama in hopes of him  jenmito   Feb-22-08 01:57 PM   #28 
     - they remind me of when I was my son's kindergarten room-mother  AtomicKitten   Feb-22-08 02:00 PM   #31 
     - I know what you mean. It's sad for both Hillary AND her supporters.  jenmito   Feb-22-08 02:02 PM   #32 
     - Wrong. It was reported she  emilyg   Feb-22-08 02:04 PM   #34 
        - My original comment still stands: It would be nice of Hillary to congratulate Obama publicly on his  jenmito   Feb-22-08 02:13 PM   #35 
  - She called him on the phone to congratulate him personally after Wisconsin.  pirhana   Feb-22-08 01:46 PM   #19 
     - No, it's not. It's traditional to congratulate your opponent in a concession speech.  AtomicKitten   Feb-22-08 01:52 PM   #24 
     - 3 Questions for you.....only 3 and they are very easy.  Beausoir   Feb-22-08 08:48 PM   #50 
     - No. It's NOT good enough for me or many other people, either. She should've acknowledged his wins  jenmito   Feb-22-08 01:59 PM   #30 
  - Very true, same is true between the political parties  GoldieAZ49   Feb-22-08 01:30 PM   #11 
  - The same could be said of any candidate. n/t  Orsino   Feb-22-08 01:33 PM   #13 
  - Why are there so many sore winners here?  carlotta   Feb-22-08 01:43 PM   #17 
  - HOPE!  ronnykmarshall   Feb-22-08 01:52 PM   #25 
  - Which is more important - being polite, or telling the truth?  hfojvt   Feb-22-08 01:50 PM   #22 
  - You're a perfect example.  ronnykmarshall   Feb-22-08 01:55 PM   #27 
     - well I am the excrement  hfojvt   Feb-22-08 02:34 PM   #42 
  - A Bucket of Truth!  ElsewheresDaughter   Feb-22-08 02:21 PM   #37 
  - I think it depends on your definition...  stillcool47   Feb-22-08 02:29 PM   #39 
  - So well said.  cbayer   Feb-22-08 02:32 PM   #40 
  - true  KhaOZ   Feb-22-08 02:33 PM   #41 
  - I come back to check on this thread and so many posters have proven my point...  yardwork   Feb-22-08 05:14 PM   #43 
  - That goes without saying, but there's some really cool people in both camps.  Forkboy   Feb-22-08 05:51 PM   #45 
  - You got that right!  surfermaw   Feb-22-08 05:56 PM   #46 
  - Insert Generic Appeal For Niceness  Moochy   Feb-22-08 05:57 PM   #47 
  - absolutely  MonkeyFunk   Feb-22-08 05:58 PM   #48 
 

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