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Lynn Sweet talks about Gore Obama endorsement with MSNBC's Dan Abrams

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Former Vice President Gore--denied the presidency in 2000 because of the botched vote counting in Florida --could help presumptive Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) in many states, especially Florida if he spends time there to energize Democrats who want, well, revenge. In the words of the late, great Tim Russert, it's "Florida, Florida, Florida." VIDEO LINK

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DIDN'T AL GORE DO A GREAT JOB ON BEHALF OF BARACK OBAMA LAST NIGHT?
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS REALLY COMING TOGETHER!
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS ON THE ROAD TO SUCCESS!
BARACK OBAMA FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES!
THANK-YOU MICHIGAN FOR A GREAT EVENING!

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