Barack In Boston

Politicians, Movie Stars

The political organizations in Manhattan live in their own little worlds. Each is peculiar. Its own strengths and weaknesses. Cast of characters. 30 people at an event is considered a lot of people.

Enough of meeting famous politicians at DL21C events. Now I feel like I want to meet movie stars.

Cutting on non-Obama events will also help me focus on Obama more.

I met an asshole called Dan Jacoby at DFNYC. At DL21C there is Danny Hamburger. I think the stink is in the name. Two in a row, that is a pattern. The guy can find a few different rude ways of saying he is militantly for Hillary because he works for Charlie Rangel. When you are practically politically illiterate, you don't know better ways of expressing your political enthusiasm. F_____g rookie.

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January is going to be major drama. I can't wait to watch. It is going to be some fast-paced action.

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