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Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008

Don’t tarnish Clinton’s legacy

As the Democrats convene in Denver to celebrate Hillary Clinton and nominate Barack Obama, a tiny minority of her supporters continues to behave petulantly. They whine, they bluster, they agitate. But what is it about Sen. Clinton’s repeated endorsements of her former opponent that they cannot understand?
Saturday, Feb. 16, 2008

Stephen

It is with great displeasure that I write this letter. Upon seeking out this weeks edition of the Shepherd Express (Feb. 14 - Feb. 20, 2008), I am witness to your political ideology.
02.14.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Ed Garvey
Bill Dixon told me that "politics ain't bean bags" and he was correct, but even politics has some rules. The Clintons have always operated as if the rules don't apply to them--especially when running behind. Look at Florida and Michigan. They were told not to move their primary and they did. The candidates agreed not to compete in those two states--delegates won't be seated....
02.13.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Ed Garvey
Some 20,000 people met at the Kohl Center to experience the Obama magic. Our Superdelegate Senators were not there; and no members of the House delegation. Why not? Even without endorsing him, they could have been there to welcome Barack. (Too clever by half for those who want to be wooed by the Clintons to rescue her flagging campaign?) The NY Times reports Hillary has already cede...
02.12.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Ed Garvey
Last night 250 supporters of Barack Obama came to the progressive party at Madison's Majestic Theatre. They gave more than $6,000; heard and danced to great music from VO5, and, had fun! Peg Lautenslager started the program and she warmed up the joint for John Nichols, Joe Parisi and the star of the evening, Congresswoman Gwen Moore. Gwen was on fire.While some of us thought the arrival of Oba...
Monday, Feb. 11, 2008

Mike O'Keefe

This is so Democratic Party. They couldn't give the ignorant, dim-witted electorate, the slack-jawed public the complete and final decision on the nominee.
02.11.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Ed Garvey
Barack won 'em all--Washington, Louisiana, Nebraska, Kansas, Maine. Hillary can't slow down the momentum. If she loses Virginia and Wisconsin it's over. She should take comfort. No one could have defeated Barack Obama in this year. Tonight I'll be at the Majestic on King Street in Madison at 5:15 discussing super delegates and other stuff. Should be fun, and that is what...
Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008

Expect more smears of Obama

They will try to Swift Boat me,” said Barack Obama in the days before the New Hampshire primary, looking forward to the Democratic nomination that he still believes will be his, with a prediction both accurate and chilling.
Thursday, Dec. 27, 2007

Presidential Candidate - Democratic

Although Obama was born in Hawaii and spent time abroad with his mother, his roots as a young man are in Chicago, where he was a community organizer.

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