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Jonathan Capehart, of the Washington Post, talks about what we've heard from the Democratic National Convention so far.
Why Leonard, why on earth did you put this clown on. He is not a reporter. His commentary is pedestrian at best, stupid at worst. If he thinks Michell's speech is a game changer, I will paid anything to see his face the day after the election. What a joke. Everything about this election is a joke and I can't believe your show would pander to idiots with this Jonathan Clown.
I'm one of those Democrats who has been extremely disappointed in the president at various points over the past four years--over Guantanamo, drones, immigration policy. But I've also been pleased and proud at others--especially over his commitment to reforming healthcare, his support for keeping birth control and abortion legal and available, his coming around on gay marriage. Would I trade him for Mitt Romney? Not in a million years!
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