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zulchzulu Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Aug-26-08 08:15 PM
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Whiny PUMA interviewed on MSNBC coverage
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Mary Boerger (Maryland delegate) is a whiny little PUMA shit.

She was just on the MSNBC coverage (7:10 CST) and went on about how she wanted to cast her vote for Hillary and was considering "going elsewhere" if she wasn't given some kind of special treatment. She has "some issues" with Obama and certainly respects John McCain (hence bloviating a threat she might vote for him)... She said she was a "lifelong Democrat" who feels like she might have to "look elsewhere" if she doesn't get her way.

Are supporters of other candidates having to be cuddled and coddled since their candidate didn't make it?

I can't wait until this SHIT is over.

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