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In and Around News 2008-03-27:'隐忧?民主党内拉锯战'


民主党内的拉锯战越演越烈,Obama和Hilary的支持者甚至声称,将不会在最终的总统大选里投竞争对手的一票,McCain这边厢在隔岸观火,而民主党再次响起了警钟~





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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. Its politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turned democrat against democrat. They voted here in record numbers in February's primaries, but the recent bitterness is turning them off.

Vaughn Garland is an artist, a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

"At first it was fantastic, at first it was wonderful and it seems to be getting worse and worse. "

Vaughn's art is inspired by what he calls "the catastrophe of the last eight years". He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophe this year.

"I'm just tired of it. I'm just very much to the point where for us to solve all the problems we've had in the past eight years. We, for me we have to get past these little things to big win "

(Hillary Clinton) "He would not have been my pastor."

(Barack Obama) "...Our Senator Clinton has tried to use my position.."

(Hillary Clinton) "You have a choice when it comes to our pastors"

(Barack Obama) "Who do you trust to end a war, someone who..."

(Hillary Clinton) "I'm urging him to match those words"

(Barack Obama)" that she has taken the same position in the past"

(Hillary Clinton) " So shame on you Barack Obama"
(debating chaos)

There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election because of Bush ,the war, even because of the economy. But there is also a growing fear that with this protracted nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide,and that democrats will pay the price for this fight not just in November but for a generation to come.

"How are you doing? I'm Pastor Jones."

In the middle class Richmond suburb, the Reverend Dwight Jones dispenses his politial wisdom with his pastoral comfort. He is a stalwart of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia and a supporter of Barack Obama.

"If he is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly then I think that will be the better for the persons who are in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that this was a deal, or that the democratic hierarchy was not playing fairly, I think it's going to have repercussions for many years to come."

Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly?

"I'm not sure. I'm really not sure. I'm really not sure."

Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago when Tobacco Giants fought to dominate the area's lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelter to art studios and Latte bars. It is classic Obama territory and it is his supporters who might risk not turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just African-Americans, but young people too.

Obamamania got Richmond's students to the primaries in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favors her candidate, the party will lose.

"I think that that's going to anger a lot of young people,because it's not every vote counts, it is every supper delegate vote counts. And I think that that would be a lot like someone killing Santa Claus on Christmas morning. I think that people will be really upset that their candidate---you know people are coming out for Barack and if he doesn't get the nomination---you know, they are not gonna turn out at the general election."

What about local Clinton's supporters? Are they equally dispirited at the prospect of an Obama victory? Leignton Powell voted for Senator Clinton. She is more pragmatic.

"I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, you know, for his support right now, he will do the same thing for her. And I would expect that of him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized in the last few years is that democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of thing is gonna happen, it’s part of the process, but it doesn’t have to tear us apart.

Down by the James river where time moves slowly, we found John Gipson wheeling fish and pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one who finds himself thinking about John McCain.

"He probably likes this action. I guess he loves it. You know, If I were on the side I would too ,you know, the longer it turns one another down, the better his chance in all he runs in the poll."

There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.

Words and Phrases

laid-back

 (of a person or his behaviour) calm and relaxed (指人或人的行为)安详的, 轻松的: She always seems so laid-back. 她总是显得那麽优哉游哉

 

recrimination  反责

 

turn off

slang To disgust, bore, or repel (someone) by being intellectually, emotionally, socially, or sexually unattractive. I won't date Linda Bell anymore  she just turns me off.

 

junky

someone who likes something so much that they seem to be dependent on it - used humorously

 

dispense

If someone dispenses something that they own or control, they give or provide it to a number of people. (FORMAL)

 

pastoral

relatingto or portraying country life, the countryside or shepherds, esp in an idealized way 乡村生活的, 田园风光的, 牧人的, 田园式的(尤指理想化描述的):

 

stalwart

A stalwart is a loyal worker or supporter of an organization, especially a political party.

 

hierarchy

system with grades of authority or status from the lowest to the highest 等级制度

 

repercussion

indirect effect or result (esp unpleasant) of an event, etc; consequence (间接的)影响(尤指不良的); 後果

 

Obamamania』代表对欧巴马狂热支持的现象﹔. Obamafied』就是被「欧巴马化」。 Obamazon』是欧巴马的狂热女性支持者

 

dispirited

If you are dispirited, you have lost your enthusiasm and excitement.

 

disheartened

If you are disheartened, you feel disappointed about something and have less confidence or less hope about it than you did before.

ponder
think about (sth) carefully and for a long time, esp in trying to reach a decision; consider
(长时间地仔细)考虑(某事物)(尤指以便作出决定); 深思

 



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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. It's politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turned democrat against democrate. The voted here in record numbers in Februrary's primaries, but the recent business is turning them off.


Vaughn Garland is an artist, a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

"At first he was fantastic, at first he was wonderful and it seems to be getting worse and worse. "

Vaughn's art is inspired by what he calls "the catastrophy of the last eight years". He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophy this year.


"I'm just tired of it. I'm just very much to the point where for artists to solve all the problems that we have in the past years. We, for me we have to get past these little things, the big green??? "


(Hillary Clinton) "He would not have been my past."

(Barack Obama) "...Our Senator Clinton has tried to use my permission.."

(Hillary Clinton) "You have a choice when it comes to our pastures"

(Barack Obama) "We need trust to end a war"

(Hillary Clinton) "It's time to urging him to match those words "

(Barack Obama)" That she is taken the same position in the past"

(Hillary Clinton) " SO SHAME ON YOU Barack Obama"

(debating choas)


There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election because of the Bush or war, even because of economy. But there is even a fear that with this protracted nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the democrats will pay the price for this fight not just in November but for the generations to come.


"I don't in .."


In the middle class Richmond suburb, the reverent Wild Johns dispensed his politial wisdom with his Pastrol's comfort. He is a stallwart of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia and a supporter of Barack Obama.


"If he is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly then I think that we'll be the better for the persons who will in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that there was a deal, or that the democratic hierarchy was not playing faily, I think it's going to have repercussions for many years to come."


Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly?

"I'm not sure. I'm really not sure. "


Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago whe n Tobacco Johns fought to dominate the area's lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelters to art studios and latie??? bars. It is classic Obama territory. And it is his supporters who risks not turning out is he is not the nominee. Not just Africannnnn-Americans, but also young people too.


Obamamania got Richmond's students to the primaties in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favours her candidate, the party will lose.


"I think that's going to anger a lot of young people. Here it's not everyone counts, its every supper delegate counts. I think that will be a lot like someone killing Senta Clause on Christmas morning. I think people will be really upset that their candidate---you know people are coming out for Barack and if he doesn't get nomination---you know, they are not gonna turn out the general election."


What about local Clinton's supporters? Are they equally dispirited at the prospect of an Obama's

victory? Leignton Powell voted for Senator Clinton. She is more pragmatic.


"I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, he would rally the yound people the same way as he rallied, you know, his supporters right now. He would do the same thing for her and I would expect that on him. I think that one of the things we realised in the last few years is that Democratic Party is got to stay together and these kind of things are gonna happen as part of the process. But it doen' have to tear it apart. "


Down by the James river where time moved slowly, we found Jon Gibson, willing fishing, pondering politics. He is another local democrat when he finds himself thinking about John Mckein.


"He probably * , I guess he love it, you know. * too, you know. The nominee tear one another down when chance * in the poll. "


There is still a long eight months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind the nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.

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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town; its politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turn democrat against democrat. They voted here in record numbers in February’s primaries. But the recent bitterness is turning them off.

 

Vorn Garland is an artist, a politic junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

 

At first it was fantastic. At first it was wonderful, and it seems to be getting worse and worse.

 

Vorn’s art is inspired by what he calls the catastrophe of the last eight years. He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophe this year.

 

And it is tired of, and this is very much to the point well for us to solve all the bothers we have, the past years. We, for me, we have to get pass these lot of things, the big //.

 

He would not have been my … choice, when it comes.. Urging him to match those words.. shame on you, Barack Obama.. it’s time…

   

The Senator Clinton has tried to use my position… to end the war.. the same position in the past..

 

There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election, because of the Bush, the war, even because of the economy. But there is also a growing feel that with this protract nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the Democratic will pay the price for this fight, not just in November, but for a general election to come.

 

In the middle class rich men suburb, the // dispense political wisdom with his pastoral comfort. He is a steward of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia, and a supporter of Barack Obama.

 

If he is not nominated fairly, if he losses fairly, then I think that will be the better for the persons who are in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that this was a deal or that democratic hierarch was not playing fairly. I think it’s gonn to have rob cautions for many years to come.   

 

Could you support Hillary Clinton whole heartily?

 

I am not sure. I am really not sure.

 

Richmond has changed a lot since the days hundreds years ago when tobacco giants fought to dominate the areas’ lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelter to art studios and latté bars. It is classic Obama territory. And it is his supporters who might risk not turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just African and Americans, but young people too.

 

Obamnainn got Richmond students to the primaries in unprecedented numbers. But Sara Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favors her candidate, the party will loss.  

 

I think that’s going to anger a lot of young people, cause it is not every vote counts, it’s every super delegate vote counts. And I think that, that will be a lot like someone killing Santa Clause in Christmas morning. I think that people will be really upset, that the candidate, you know, people are coming out for Barack, and if he doesn’t get the nomination, you know, they will not gonna to turn out in the general election.

 

What about local Clinton supporters? Are they equally dispirited the prospect of an Obama victory?

 

Laten Paul voted for Senate Clinton. She is more pragmatic.

 

I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, you know, for his support by now, he will do the same thing for her. And I would expect that him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized for last few years is democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of thing is gonna to happen, it’s part of the process, but it doesn’t have to tell their support.

 

Down by the James river where time moves slowly, we found John Gipson whiling fish and pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one to find himself thinking about John McCain.

 

He probably like //. I guess he loves it. You know, If I // said I would too //.

There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.    

           

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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. It's politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turned democrat against democrat. The voted here in record numbers in Februrary's primaries, but the recent business is turning them off.


Vaughn Garland is an artist, a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

"At first he was fantastic, at first he was wonderful and it seems to be getting worse and worse. "

Vaughn's art is inspired by what he calls "the catastrophy of the last eight years". He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophy this year.


"I'm just tired of it. I'm just very much to the point where for artists to solve all the problems that we have in the past years. We, for me we have to get past these little things, the big green??? "


(Hillary Clinton) "He would not have been my past."

(Barack Obama) "...Our Senator Clinton has tried to use my permission.."

(Hillary Clinton) "You have a choice when it comes to our pastures"

(Barack Obama) "We need trust to end a war"

(Hillary Clinton) "It's time to urging him to match those words "

(Barack Obama)" That she is taken the same position in the past"

(Hillary Clinton) " SO SHAME ON YOU Barack Obama"

(debating choas)


There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election because of the Bush or war, even because of economy. But there is also a growing fear that with this protracted nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the democrats will pay the price for this fight not just in November but for the generations to come.

"I don't in .."


In the middle class Richmond suburb, the reverent Wild Johns dispensed his politial wisdom with his Pastrol's comfort. He is a stallwart of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia and a supporter of Barack Obama.

"If he is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly then I think that we'll be the better for the persons who will in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that there was a deal, or that the democratic hierarchy was not playing faily, I think it's going to have repercussions for many years to come."


Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly?

"I'm not sure. I'm really not sure. I'm really not sure. "


Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago whe n Tobacco Johns fought to dominate the area's lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelters to art studios and latie??? bars. It is classic Obama territory. And it is his supporters who risks not turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just Africannnnn-Americans, but young people too.


Obamamania got Richmond's students to the primaties in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favours her candidate, the party will lose. "I think that's going to anger a lot of young people. Here it's not everyone counts, it is every supper delegate counts. I think that will be a lot like someone killing Senta Clause on Christmas morning. I think people will be really upset that their candidate---you know people are coming out for Barack and if he doesn't get nomination---you know, they are not gonna turn out the general election."


What about local Clinton's supporters? Are they equally dispirited at the prospect of an Obama's

victory? Leignton Powell voted for Senator Clinton. She is more pragmatic." I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, for his support by now, he will do the same thing for her. And I would expect that him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized for last few years is democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of thing is gonna to happen, it’s part of the process, but it doesn’t have to tell their support.


Down by the James river where time moves slowly, we found John Gipson whiling fishing pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one who find himself thinking about John McCain.


He probably like this action. I guess he loves it. You know, If I were not said I would too ,you know………

There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.

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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. Its politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turned democrat against democrate. The voted here in record numbers in Februrary's primaries, but the recent business is turning them off.


Vaughn Garland is an artist, a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

"At first it was fantastic, at first it was wonderful and it seems to be getting worse and worse. "

Vaughn's art is inspired by what he calls "the catastrophy of the last eight years". He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophy this year.


"I'm just tired of it. I'm just very much to the point where for artists to solve all the problems that we have in the past years. We, for me we have to get past these little things, the big green??? "


(Hillary Clinton) "He would not have been my past."

(Barack Obama) "...Our Senator Clinton has tried to use my position.."

(Hillary Clinton) "You have a choice when it comes to our pastures"

(Barack Obama) "We need trust to end a war"

(Hillary Clinton) "It's time to urging him to match those words "

(Barack Obama)" That she is taken the same position in the past"

(Hillary Clinton) " SO SHAME ON YOU Barack Obama"

(debating choas)


There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election because of the Bush or war, even because of economy. But there is also a growing fear that with this protracted nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the democrats will pay the price for this fight not just in November but for a generation to come.

"How are you doing? I'm Pastor Johns."


In the middle class Richmond suburb, the reverend Dwight Johns dispensed his politial wisdom with his Pastrol's comfort. He is a stallwart of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia and a supporter of Barack Obama.

"If he is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly then I think that we'll bid the better for the persons who will in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that there was a deal, or that the democratic hierarchy was not playing faily, I think it's going to have repercussions for many years to come."


Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly?

"I'm not sure. I'm really not sure. I'm really not sure. "


Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago when giant Tobacco Johns fought to dominate the area's lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelters to art studios and latie??? bars. It is classic Obama territory. And it is his supporters who risks not turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just African-Americans, but young people too.


 

Obamamania got Richmond's students to the primaties in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favours her candidate, the party will lose. "I think that's going to anger a lot of young people. Here it's not everyone counts, it is every supper delegate counts. I think that will be a lot like someone killing Senta Clause on Christmas morning. I think people will be really upset that their candidate---you know people are coming out for Barack and if he doesn't get nomination---you know, they are not gonna turn out at the general election."


What about local Clinton's supporters? Are they equally dispirited at the prospect of an Obama's

victory? Leignton Powell voted for Senator Clinton. She is more pragmatic." I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, for his support by now, he will do the same thing for her. And I would expect that of him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized for last few years is democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of thing is gonna to happen, it’s part of the process, but it doesn’t have to tell their support.


Down by the James river where time moves slowly, we found John Gipson whiling fishing pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one who find himself thinking about John McCain.


He probably like this action. I guess he loves it. You know, If I were not said I would too ,you know………

There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.

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Home Work

 

Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. It’s politics are anything but. The recrimination of the recent weeks has turned democrats against democrats. They voted here in record number in February’s primaries, but the recent business is turning them off.

Vaughn Garland is an artist, a politic junky and democrat, who started this campaign full of the enthusiasm.

V: At first it was fantastic; at first it was wonderful. It seems to be getting worse and worse.

 

Vaughn’s art is inspired by what he calls the catastrophe of the last eight years. He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophe this year.

 

V: Just tired of it. I am just very much to the point where for us to solve all the problems we had in the past these years. We, for me, we have to get to pass these little things, the big grade.

Hillary: He would not have been my past.

Obama: Senator Clinton has tried to use my position to the job.

Hillary: Yes, you have a choice when it comes to our pastures.

Obama: We need trust to end a war.

Hillary: It is time to urging him to match those words we have heard.

Obama: She is taking the same position in the past.

Hillary: Shame on you, Barack Obama, it is time to have the voice-------

 

Here is a feeling among democrats. They really should win this election, because of the Bush, the war, even because of the economy, but there is also a growing fear with this protracting nomination battle. The party is on the verge of committing political suicide and the democrats will pay the price for this fight, not just in this November, but for a generation to come.

 

How are you doing? I am Pastor John.

In the middle class Richmond suburb, the Revered Dwight Jones dispenses political wisdom with his pastoral comfort. He is a steward of the African and American community, a delegate for Virginia and support of Barack Obama.

John: If he is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly, I think that will be the better for the persons who are in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility, this was a deal or that democratic hierarchy was not playing fairly and I think it is going to have repercussions for many years to come.

 

R: Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly?

John: I am not sure. I am really not sure. I am really not sure.

 

Richmond has changed a lot since the day hundreds years ago when tobacco giants were forced to dominate the area lucrative business. Today, the tobacco warehouses give shelter to art studios an d art bars, it is classic Obama territory and his supporters who might risk turning out if he is not the nominee, not just African Americans, but young people too. Obama nominee got Richmond students to the primaries in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular votes which favors her candidates, the party will lose.

Potter: I think that is going to anger a lot of young people. Here is it is not everyone count, it is every super delegates counts. I think that would be like someone killing Santa Claus on Christmas morning. I think people would be really upset. Their candidate, you know, people come out for Barack, and he does not got the nomination, you know, that they cannot turn on general election.

 

R: What about local Clinton’s supporters? Are they equally dispirited the prospect of an Obama victory?

Leighton Powell voted for Senate Clinton. She is more pragmatic.

Powell: I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he has rallied them for his support by now. He would do the same thing for her. And I would respect him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized last year that democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of things has got happened. It is part of the process, but it does not have to tear the party.

 

R: Down by the James River when time moves slowly, we found John Gipson whiling fishing , pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one who finds himself thinking about John McCain.

Gipson: He probably likes this chance. I guess he loves it. You know, if I were not said I would do, you know, the nominee turn would be another------the chance is he is still in the poll.

 

R: There is still alone eight months before the actual election, plenty of time for the democrats to rally behind the nominee, but there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.

 

[ 本帖最后由 carolineh32 于 2008-3-27 23:05 编辑 ]
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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. Its politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turned democrat against democrate. The voted here in record numbers in Februrary's primaries, but the recent business is turning them off. Vaughn Garland is an artist, a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm. "At first it was fantastic, at first it was wonderful and it seems to be getting worse and worse. " Vaughn's art is inspired by what he calls "the catastrophy of the last eight years". He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophy this year. "I'm just tired of it. I'm just very much to the point where for artists to solve all the problems that we have in the past years. We, for me, we have to get past these little things, the big green??? " (Hillary Clinton) "He would not have been my past." (Barack Obama) "...Our Senator Clinton has tried to use my position.." (Hillary Clinton) "You have a choice when it comes to our pastures" (Barack Obama) "We need trust to end a war" (Hillary Clinton) "It's time to urging him to match those words " (Barack Obama)" That she is taken the same position in the past" (Hillary Clinton) " SO SHAME ON YOU Barack Obama,it's time to have your voice " (debating choas) There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election because of the Bush ,the war, even because of economy. But there is also a growing fear that with this protracted nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the democrats will pay the price for this fight ,not just in November but for a generation to come. "How are you doing? I'm Pastor Johns." In the middle class Richmond suburb, the Reverend Dwight Johns dispenses his politial wisdom with his Pastrol's comfort. He is a stallwart of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia and a supporter of Barack Obama. "If he is not nominated fairly,..... If,if he loses fairly then I think that we'll bid the better for the persons who will in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that this was a deal, or if that the democratic hierarchy was not playing faily, I think it's going to have repercussions for many years to come." Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly? "I'm not sure. I'm really not sure. I'm really not sure. " Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago when Tobacco giants fought to dominate the area's lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelters to art studios and lattebars. It is a classic Obama territory. And it is his supporters who risks not turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just African-Americans, but young people too. Obamamania got Richmond's students to the primaries in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favours her candidate, the party will lose. "I think that's going to anger a lot of young people. Coz' it's not everyone counts, it is every supper delegate vote counts. I think that will be a lot like someone killing Senta Clause on Christmas morning. I think people will be really upset that their candidate---you know people are coming out for Barack and if he doesn't get nomination---you know, they are not gonna turn out at the general election." What about local Clinton's supporters? Are they equally dispirited at the prospect of an Obama victory? Leignton Powell voted for Senator Clinton. She is more pragmatic." I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, for his support by now, he will do the same thing for her. And I would expect that of him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized in last few years is that democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of things are gonna to happen, it’s part of the process, but it doesn’t have to tear us apart . Down by the James river where time moves slowly, we found John Gipson whiling fishing and pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one who find himself thinking about John McCain. He probably lick his chops . I guess he loves it. You know, If I were on the other side I would too ,you know the nominees tear one anothe down the better his chance,and more he rise in the poll There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.
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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. Its politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turned democrat against democrate. The voted here in record numbers in Februrary's primaries, but the recent bitterness is turning them off.


Vaughn Garland is an artist, a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

"At first it was fantastic, at first it was wonderful and it seems to be getting worse and worse. "

Vaughn's art is inspired by what he calls "the catastrophy of the last eight years". He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophy this year.


"I'm just tired of it. I'm just very much to the point where for artists to solve all the problems that we have in the past years. We, for me we have to get past these little things, the big green??? "


(Hillary Clinton) "He would not have been my past."

(Barack Obama) "...Our Senator Clinton has tried to use my position.."

(Hillary Clinton) "You have a choice when it comes to our pastures"

(Barack Obama) "We need trust to end a war"

(Hillary Clinton) "It's time to urging him to match those words "

(Barack Obama)" That she is taken the same position in the past"

(Hillary Clinton) " SO SHAME ON YOU Barack Obama"

(debating choas)


There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election because of the Bush or war, even because of economy. But there is also a growing fear that with this protracted nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the democrats will pay the price for this fight not just in November but for a generation to come.

"How are you doing? I'm Pastor Jones."


In the middle class Richmond suburb, the reverend Dwight Jones dispenses his politial wisdom with his Pastrol's comfort. He is a stallwart of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia and a supporter of Barack Obama.

"If he is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly then I think that we'll bid??? the better for the persons who will in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that there was a deal, or that the democratic hierarchy was not playing faily, I think it's going to have repercussions for many years to come."


Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly?

"I'm not sure. I'm really not sure. I'm really not sure. "


Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago when Tobacco Giant  fought to dominate the area's lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelters to art studios and latee??? bars. It is classic Obama territory. And it is his supporters who risks not turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just African-Americans, but young people too.


 

Obamamania got Richmond's students to the primaties in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favours her candidate, the party will lose. "I think that's going to anger a lot of young people. Here it's not every vote counts, it is every supper delegate vote counts. I think that will be a lot like someone killing Santa Claus on Christmas morning. I think that people will be really upset that their candidate---you know people are coming out for Barack and if he doesn't get nomination---you know, they are not gonna turn out at the general election."


What about local Clinton's supporters? Are they equally dispirited at the prospect of an Obama's

victory? Leignton Powell voted for Senator Clinton. She is more pragmatic." I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, for his support by now, he will do the same thing for her. And I would expect that of him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized for last few years is democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of thing is gonna to happen, it’s part of the process, but it doesn’t have to tear us apart.


Down by the James river where time moves slowly, we found John Gipson whiling fishing pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one who finds himself thinking about John McCain.


He probably like this action. I guess he loves it. You know, If I were not said I would too ,you know………

There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.

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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. Its politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turned democrat against democrate. The voted here in record numbers in Februrary's primaries, but the recent bitterness is turning them off.

 

 

 

 

Vaughn Garland is an artist, a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

 

 

 

"At first it was fantastic, at first it was wonderful and it seems to be getting worse and worse. "

Vaughn's art is inspired by what he calls "the catastrophy of the last eight years". He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophy this year.

 

 

 

 

"I'm just tired of it. I'm just very much to the point where for artists to solve all the problems that we have in the past years. We, for me we have to get past these little things, the big green??? "

 

 

 

 

(Hillary Clinton) "He would not have been my past."

 

(Barack Obama) "...Our Senator Clinton has tried to use my position.."

 

(Hillary Clinton) "You have a choice when it comes to our pastures"

 

(Barack Obama) "We need trust to end a war"

 

(Hillary Clinton) "It's time to urging him to match those words "

 

(Barack Obama)" That she is taken the same position in the past"

 

(Hillary Clinton) " SO SHAME ON YOU Barack Obama"

(debating choas)

 

 

 

 

There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election because of the Bush or war, even because of economy. But there is also a growing fear that with this protracted nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the democrats will pay the price for this fight not just in November but for a generation to come.

 

 

 

"How are you doing? I'm Pastor Jones."

 

 

 

 

In the middle class Richmond suburb, the reverend Dwight Jones dispenses his politial wisdom with his Pastrol's comfort. He is a stallwart of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia and a supporter of Barack Obama.

"If he is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly then I think that we'll bid??? the better for the persons who will in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that there was a deal, or that the democratic hierarchy was not playing faily, I think it's going to have repercussions for many years to come."

 

Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly?

"I'm not sure. I'm really not sure. I'm really not sure. "

 

Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago when Tobacco Giant  fought to dominate the area's lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelters to art studios and latee??? bars. It is classic Obama territory. And it is his supporters who risks not turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just African-Americans, but young people too.


 

Obamamania got Richmond's students to the primaties in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favours her candidate, the party will lose. "I think that's going to anger a lot of young people. Here it's not every vote counts, it is every supper delegate vote counts. I think that will be a lot like someone killing Santa Claus on Christmas morning. I think that people will be really upset that their candidate---you know people are coming out for Barack and if he doesn't get nomination---you know, they are not gonna turn out at the general election."

 

What about local Clinton's supporters? Are they equally dispirited at the prospect of an Obama's

victory? Leignton Powell voted for Senator Clinton. She is more pragmatic." I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, for his support by now, he will do the same thing for her. And I would expect that of him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized for last few years is democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of thing is gonna to happen, it’s part of the process, but it doesn’t have to tear us apart.

 

 

Down by the James river where time moves slowly, we found John Gipson whiling fishing pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one who finds himself thinking about John McCain.

 

 

He probably like this action. I guess he loves it. You know, If I were not said I would too ,you know………

There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.

 

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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town. Its politics are anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turned democrat against democrat. They voted here in record numbers in February's primaries, but the recent bitterness is turning them off.


Vaughn Garland is an artist, a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.


"At first it was fantastic, at first it was wonderful and it seems to be getting worse and worse. "


Vaughn's art is inspired by what he calls "the catastrophe of the last eight years". He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophe this year.


"I'm just tired of it. I'm just very much to the point where for artists to solve all the problems / we've had in the past years. We, for me we have to get past these little things, the big green??? "


(Hillary Clinton) "He would not have been my pastor."

(Barack Obama) "...Our Senator Clinton has tried to use my position.."

(Hillary Clinton) "You have a choice when it comes to our pastors"

(Barack Obama) "Who do you trust to end a war, someone who..."

(Hillary Clinton) "I'm urging him to match those words"

(Barack Obama)" that she has taken the same position in the past"

(Hillary Clinton) " So shame on you Barack Obama"

(debating chaos)


There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election because of / Bush or the war, even because of the economy. But there is also a growing fear that with this protracted nomination battle, the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the democrats will pay the price for this fight not just in November but for a generation to come.


"How / you doing? I'm Pastor Jones."


In the middle class Richmond suburb, the reverend Dwight Jones dispenses his politial wisdom with his pastoral comfort. He is a stalwart of the African-American community, a delegate for Virginia and a supporter of Barack Obama.


"If he is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly then I think that It'll be the better for the persons who will in the process. But if there is any chance, or any possibility that this was a deal, or that the democratic hierarchy was not playing fairly, I think it's going to have repercussions for many years to come."


Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartedly?


"I'm not sure. I'm really not sure. I'm really not sure."


Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago when Tobacco Giant fought to dominate the area's lucrative business. Today the tobacco warehouses give shelter/ to art studios and Latin bars. It is classic Obama territory and it is his supporters who might risk/ cannot turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just African-Americans, but young people too.

Obamamania got Richmond's students to the primaries in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Potter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favors her candidate, the party will lose.


"I think that that's going to anger a lot of young people. Here it's not every vote counts, it is every supper delegate vote counts. I think that that will be a lot like someone killing Santa Claus on Christmas morning. I think that people will be really upset that their candidate---you know people are coming out for Barack and if he doesn't get the nomination---you know, they are not gonna turn out at the general election."


What about local Clinton's supporters? Are they equally dispirited at the prospect of an Obama's

victory? Leignton Powell voted for Senator Clinton. She is more pragmatic.


"I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, you know, for his support right now, he will do the same thing for her. And I would expect that of him. I mean I think that one of the things we realized in the last few years is that democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of thing is gonna / happen, it’s part of the process, but it doesn’t have to tear us apart.


Down by the James river where time moves slowly, we found John Gipson whaling fishing and pondering politics. He is another local democrat, one who finds himself thinking about John McCain.


"He probably like this action. I guess he loves it. You know, If I weren't on the side I would too ,you know, the longer it turns one another down, the better his chance in all he runs in the poll."


There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight, and the longer it continues, the more disheartened their followers will become.


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Richmond is a laid back kind of town. It’s politics or anything but. The recrimination of recent weeks has turn democrats against democrats. They voted here in record numbers in February’s primaries but the recent business is turning them off. Von Garland is an artist a political junky and a democrat who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

 

At first it was fantastic. At first it was wonderful. And it seems to be getting worse and worse. Von’s art is inspired by what he calls the catastrophe of the last 8 years. He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophe this year.

 

I’m just tired of it. I’m just very much to the point where for us to solve all the policy we’ve had the past years. We, for me, we have to get past little things, the bicker ring.

 

Clinton: He would not have been my pass.

Obama: Senator Clinton has tried to use my position.

Clinton: Here’s a choice when it comes to our pass.

Obama: will be trust to end the war.

Clinton: urging him to match those words

Obama: that she’s taken the same position in the past.

Clinton: The shame on you, Barack Obama!

 

There’s a feeling among democrats. They really should win the selection because of Bush, the war, even because of the economy. But there is also a growing feel that with this protracted nomination battle the party is on the verge of committing political suicide. And the democrats will pay the price for the fight, not just for the November but for the generation to come.

 

How are you doing? I’m Pastor Jones.

In the middle class Richmond suburb, the * dwelled Jones expenses political wisdom with his pastoral comfort. He is a stalwart of the African American community, a delegate for Virginia and a support for Barack Obama.

 

If it is not nominated fairly, if he loses fairly, then I think we’ll be the better for the person * in the process. But if there’s any chance, or any possibility that this was a deal or that the Democratic hierarchy was not playing fairly I think it’s going to have repercussions for many years to come.

Could you support Hilary Clinton, whole heartedly?

I’m not sure. I’m really not sure. I’m really not sure.

 

Richmond has changed a lot since the days 100 years ago when the tobacco giants fought to dominate the area’s lucrative business. Today the tobacco ware houses give shouter to art studios and Latibut. It is classic Obama territory and it is his supporters who might risk not turning out if he is not the nominee. Not just African Americans but young people, too. Obama * got Richmond students to the primaries in unprecedented numbers. But Sarah Porter is clear. If super delegates override the popular vote which favors her candidate, the party will lose.

I think that’s going to anger a lot of young people because it is not every vote counts, it’s every super delegate counts. I think that would be a lot like someone killing Saint Clause in Christ morning. I think people will really be upset. That candidate, you know, people coming out for Barack and he doesn’t get the nomination. You know that they are not going to turnout the general election.

 

What about local Clinton’s supporters? Are they equally dispirited the prospect of an Obama’s victory.

 

Laten Power voted for Senator Clinton. She’s more pragmatic. I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee, that he would rally the young people the same way he’s rallied them to his, you know, his support. But now he would do the same thing for her. And I would expect that for him. I mean I think that’s one of the things we realize the last few years this the democratic party has got to stay together. And this kind of things is going to happen, it’s part of the process. But it doesn’t have to tear the part.

 

Down by the James River where time move slowly we found John Gibson wheeling fish in pondering politics. He’s another local democrat, one who finds himself thinking about John McCain.

We properly lick his chaps. I guess he loves it. You know. If I don’t I see I would, too. You know, the nominated term want a down but the chance the more he run in the poll.

 

There is still a long 8 months before the actual election, plenty of time for democrats to rally behind a nominee. But there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight and the longer it continues the more disheartened their followers will become.

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Richmond is a laid-back kind of town,its politics are anything but.The recrimination of recently week has turned democrat against demoocrat.They voted here in record numbers in February`s primaries.But the recent bitterness is turning them off.

 

V.G. is an artist,a political junky,and a democrat,who started this campaign full of enthusiasm.

At first it was fantastic,at first it was wondrful,en,and it seems to be getting worse and worse.

 

V.`s art is inspired by what he calls the catastrophe of the last 8 years.He hopes not to see a democratic catastrophe this year.

 

"I`m just tired of it,I am just very much to the point where for us to solve what we was already have in the past years.We,for me,we have to get past these little things,the big win."

 

"He would not have been my ..."
"Our senator Cliton has tried to use my position... "
"... your choice when it comes to our ..."
"... us to under war"
"It`s time to urge him to match those words "
"She`s taken the same position in the past"
"So shame on you,Barack Obama,it`s time..."

 

There is a feeling among democrats that they really should win this election,because of the Bush,the war,even because of the  economy.But there is also a growing fear that with this /// nomination battle,the party is on the verge of commiting political suicide.But the democrat will pay the price for this  fight,not just in November,but for a generation to come.

 

"How are you doing?I am P.Jones."

 

In the middle class Richmond suburb,the /// D.Jones dispenses political wisdom with his pastoral comfort.He is the // of the African-American community.A delegate for Virginia and supporter of Barack Obama.

 

"If it is not nominated fairly,if he loses fairly,that I think it will be better for the persons who win in the process.But if there is any chance or any possibility that this was a deal,or that the democratic hierarchy was not playing fairly,I think it`s going to have /// for many years to come."

 

"Could you support Hillary Clinton whole-heartly?"

 

"I`m not sure,I am really not sure,I am really not sure."

 

Richmond has changed a lot since the days a hundred years ago,when tobacco giant fought to dominate the aeras` lucrative business.Today the tobacco warehouses give shelter to art studios and /// bars,it is classic Obama territory.And it`s his supporters who might risk all turning out if he is not the nominee,not just African-Americans,but young people too.Obama /// got Richmond`s students to the primaries in unprecedented numbers,but Sarah Potter is clear.If super delegates overide the popular vote which favors her candidate,the party will lose.

 

"I think that`s going to anger a lot of young people,because it`s not every vote counts,it`s every super delegate vote counts,and I think that will be a lot like someone killing ///on Christmas morning ,I think people will be very upset,that their candidate,you know,people are coming out for Barack ,and if he doesn`t get the nomination,you know,they are not gonna to turn out the general election."

 

What about local Clinton supporters?Are they equally desperated at the prospect over an Obama victory.L.P voted for senator Clinton,she is more pragmatic.

 

"I would hope that if Obama is not the nominee,that he would rally the young people the same way he`s rallied to his?For his support,but now,he would do the same thing for her.And I would expect that of him.I mean I think that one of the things we realize in last few years is the democrat party has got to stay together,and this kind of things should go to happen,it`s part of the process,but it doesn`t have to tell us apart."

 

Down by the James river where time move slowly,we found J.G. /// fishing pondering politics,he`s another local democrat,one who finds himself thinking about John.M..

 

"He probably ///,I guess he loves it,you know,if I ///,Iwould too,you know,the longer it turns one another down,  but his chance /// poll."

 

There is still a long 8 month before the actual election,plenty of time for democrats to rally behind the nominee,but there is no virtue for either candidate in this fight,and the longer it continues,the more disheartened their followers will become.

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