Matt Wuerker for April 07, 2011

  1. Krazykatbw2
    grapfhics  over 11 years ago

    Please not again, Mr Faux Democrat. No thank you.

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    WarBush  over 11 years ago

    He did say that if Unions were striking somewhere he’d put on his walking shoes.

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    beenthere41  over 11 years ago

    He said a lot. Question is, will you believe him again?

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    Motivemagus  over 11 years ago

    Zing!! HOWGOZIT, he HAS gotten to work. Just on the GOP agenda instead of his…

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    DjGuardian  over 11 years ago

    ^ I still think some of us must be living in different realities. I can only imagine what you would say then of Clinton and JFK.

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    Wing-Nut  over 11 years ago

    Hey when nothing has really changed I guess you can use the running for change line again.

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    worldisacomic  over 11 years ago

    Promises or lies? Whats the difference with Chicago politicians!

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    Motivemagus  over 11 years ago

    Dj, I thought Clinton was too far right, and gave into the GOP too often as well. He, like Obama, was a corporate-friendly centrist, which is one reason why the GOP hated him so much – he targeted their major contributors and raised money as they did. If you look at the Obameter (http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/promises/obameter/rulings/promise-broken/), it’s interesting how many of the “Promises Broken” category were things most of his supporters considered fundamental (e.g., #177, 446, 456, 518) - and him as well. And how many of the ones he broke are suspiciously kind to corporations.

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    dannysixpack  over 11 years ago

    Clinton was the greatest republican president in my lifetime.

    though obama may take that title by the end of his second term.

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