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goes for Obama.
Guess he did not get laid.
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New Obama Endorsements - The Caucus - Politics - New York Times Blog

April 18, 2008, 2:52 pm
New Obama Endorsements

By Ariel Alexovich

The endorsements keep rolling in for Barack Obama, who now can count on the support of former Labor Secretary Robert Reich (from the Bill Clinton White House) and two popular former senators — David Boren of Oklahoma and Sam Nunn of Georgia.

None of the three are superdelegates, but each holds his own cachet.
Mr. Reich held his cabinet position during the Bill Clinton administration and even dated the then-Ms. Rodham back in college.
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He once reminisced in a Web video last year about a date they had in college, going on about how she liked a lot, a lot, of butter on her popcorn.)
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“My avoidance of offering a formal endorsement until now has also been affected by the pull of old friendships and my reluctance as a teacher and commentator to be openly partisan,” Mr. Reich said. “But my conscience won’t let me be silent any longer.”

“Although Hillary Clinton has offered solid and sensible policy proposals, Obama’s strike me as even more so,” Mr. Reich adds. “His plans for reforming Social Security and health care have a better chance of succeeding. His approaches to the housing crisis and the failures of our financial markets are sounder than hers. His ideas for improving our public schools and confronting the problems of poverty and inequality are more coherent and compelling. He has put forward the more enlightened foreign policy and the more thoughtful plan for controlling global warming.”
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