I am lucky. I have paid attention to the 2008 Presidential race only insofar as it intersected with the issues I most care about now. Because of that, I get to support a candidate, Chris Dodd, because of the stands he is taking on the issues now. Frankly, Chris Dodd the politician, is not of particular interest to me. SENATOR Chris Dodd, the Democratic representative for Connecticut in the US Senate, has taken stands on the issues that most matter to me.
Some (Obama supporters especially) do not have that luxury. Because their support is so wrapped up in him, and not the issues, they have to defend actions and positions that they probably do not agree with. That is what happens when a campaign becomes a cult of personality.
No. It’s Myopia (12+ / 0-)
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It’s “whoever did the last good thing gets my support” thinking, and it’s ridiculously short-sighted.
Put the Constitution on your iPod. You might need it some day.
by Adam B on Mon Oct 22, 2007 at 10:39:08 AM PDT
Yes, that is noted civility cop and Daily Kos Admin Adam Bonin. Pretty funny. Being in a cult of personality makes you do strange things apparently.