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The nice thing is that after years of the DLC "claiming" Obama was one of them, it turned out he was never a member and back when he was running for U.S. Senate had in fact instructed them to stop using his name.

http://www.blackcommentator.com/48/48_cover.html

The assumption he was a DLCer kept me in Edwards camp until I learned this at some late point in '07. Funny how the DLC ties kept getting touted long after he'd specifically rejected the group.

I am hoping — hoping — he's going to be half as good as I think he'll be. It will be frustrating because he doesn't start from a position, he starts from the problem and then expects everyone to work towards a solution. Whether Republicans can grow up and participate in that kind of process remains to be seen.

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