Governor Gregoire on Daily Kos

Yes, she posted a thinly disguised pump for Barack Obama.

The results of our caucuses reflected our state’s desire for lasting and positive change that will put our country back on track. I share that vision of hope and congratulate Senator Obama on his victory. Gov. Gregoire at

She bookended this endorsement with comments and congratulations for both parties, but the endorsement is plainly evident. And I’m not saying she doesn’t have a right to do this as regular old citizen. I did notice her not explaining how her opinion as an appointed super-delegate effectively negates the voice of a lot of Clinton supporters.

poll I wonder if she had a chance to pop over to the presidential poll that is still running at the DailyKos? Wouldn’t a vote for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad also stand as a vote for change? That poll says a lot about those, including Governor Gregoire, who hang out there.

Careful what you vote for, when you simply vote for change.

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6 Responses to “Governor Gregoire on Daily Kos”

  1. wally says:

    I’ll agree with you wholeheartedly on this one ‘hammer.

  2. I can’t count how many of my friends who are supporting Obama are putting up Rossi signs in their yards, too.
    Several Unions are considering supporting Rossi also!

  3. The only change Gregoire and Obama want is what little is left in our pockets.

  4. AFY says:

    Evan, when you are ready to sight see in Iran let me know if you need any help on the airfare!

    Methinks the trip will do you some good!


  5. Thanks for the lead to the poll, Wally. I just voted for Ahmedinajad. He may not believe in the Holocaust, but he is, at least, somewhat literate and well-read, and at least 5 times more intelligent than his counterpart.

    If W suspends elections under his executive authority (like some people I know are predicting,) then I am moving to Iran. So when peak oil and global warming hit, don’t come crying to Iran’s corner of the world begging for nuclear power and food.

    When I was in Iraq, I was more than a little envious of the shepherds and their jobs: no commuting, no destroying the earth, family and community. Exactly what we don’t have in this “greatest country in the world.”