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Confined to Baracks

By Michael J. Smith on Thursday December 22, 2005 02:30 PM

Barack Obama, who might be called, metaphorically at least, the Great White Hope of the contemporary Democratic party, seems to be solidly lined up behind Party moneyman Rahm Emanuel's campaign to suppress anti-war Democrats.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports:

The Duckworth campaign, orchestrated by Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-Ill.), chief of the House Democratic political operation -- who nationally has been recruiting Iraq vets for House races -- will be boosted by Illinois Democratic Senators Dick Durbin and Barack Obama.

"I'm just solidly in Tammy Duckworth's corner," Durbin said Friday as Obama, standing at his side, nodded in agreement.

I like the "nodding in agreement" part -- that's sorta what Democrats do, isn't it?

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