Jordan reports that Terry said that the “Obama-Terry” voters are:
“People who want the right kind of change.”
“I’m more than happy to accept the votes of people who want to vote for Obama, but realize that Jim Esch has zippo experience and got really excited when people chanted his name a few months ago.”
The Washington Post reports that Senator Chuck Hagel’s wife, Lilibet, contributed $500 to the Obama for President campaign.
“Mrs. Hagel is a private citizen who is entitled to decide who she supports and how she supports them…Senator Hagel has not endorsed or supported any candidate in the presidential race.”
“Do you people even read the friggin’ internets? Do you really think Chuck’s gonna endorse McCain? Why are you bothering me?”
And the OWH reports that Chuck Hagel said:
“I don’t intend to be and don’t expect to be on any ballot this year.
I don’t intend to be or expect to be in any administration next year.”
What Hagel meant was:
“Uh, no. No one has offered anyone anything yet. No I probably won’t be offered the Vice President job. But do you really think I’d turn down a Secretary of State job? Why are you calling me? Move along before I scowl at you once more.”