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Edwards On His Candidate: I Already Voted For Him?

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Edwards On His Candidate: I Already Voted For Him? John Edwards appeared on Morning Joe Friday to talk about the state of the race, which means he spent most of his time defending questions about why he has not endorsed yet. But a few people are saying he slipped in his stonewalling, accidentally suggesting that he voted for Obama. Edwards acknowledged that he voted in the North Carolina primary, and that he would likely support that candidate. He then said, "I already voted for him." Or did he? With that North Carolina accent, it might have been "I already voted for 'em."

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bluemango bluemango 8 years
Dave lets hope it happens! :sneaky-evil:
bluemango bluemango 8 years
Dave lets hope it happens! :sneaky-evil:
UnDave35 UnDave35 8 years
Barak is divisive, and Hillary isn't?!?! She is currently doing all the division she can within the democratic party to try to somehow get the nod. I think the Obama-Clinton ticket would at first look like a great solution, but would end up being the biggest nightmare for the democratic party. Let's hope it happens ;) :evil:
Auntie-Coosa Auntie-Coosa 8 years
You think so? He voted the opposite as his wife, so you're probably correct. Elizabeth probably did vote for Hillary.I'm still pulling for her because Barack is divisive and she has the "couth" (even with her statement about white people) to unite all parts of the Democrat party. I think that even if she's on the ticket, the animosity between them cannot be bridged. And even though the poll takers think they would win the Presidency if both were o the ticket, I'm not sure.With both on one ticket, the Republicans have Two Skeleton Closets to open and advertise. I'm not sure either could withstand that much scrutiny. And in a debate, Barack is no match for John (McCain).Even a Clinton-Obama ticket couldn't pull enough electoral votes.That's the way I see it.
Auntie-Coosa Auntie-Coosa 8 years
You think so? He voted the opposite as his wife, so you're probably correct. Elizabeth probably did vote for Hillary. I'm still pulling for her because Barack is divisive and she has the "couth" (even with her statement about white people) to unite all parts of the Democrat party. I think that even if she's on the ticket, the animosity between them cannot be bridged. And even though the poll takers think they would win the Presidency if both were o the ticket, I'm not sure. With both on one ticket, the Republicans have Two Skeleton Closets to open and advertise. I'm not sure either could withstand that much scrutiny. And in a debate, Barack is no match for John (McCain). Even a Clinton-Obama ticket couldn't pull enough electoral votes. That's the way I see it.
janneth janneth 8 years
He is an Obama man.
janneth janneth 8 years
He is an Obama man.
Auntie-Coosa Auntie-Coosa 8 years
I heard him say "HER" . . . My Money Is Still On Hillary.
Auntie-Coosa Auntie-Coosa 8 years
I heard him say "HER" . . . My Money Is Still On Hillary.
UnDave35 UnDave35 8 years
Just as long as he isn't on the ticket. He is such a slime.
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