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  • To me her stubborness is not helping the Democratic Party, why not give up the false "hope" of winning the Presidential Nomination Hillary and unite the party by rallying support for Obama!

    Young Democrat brings superdelegate race to a tie

  • That little phrase is the bulwark of bad business practices and just plain stubborness, and it has always made me crazy when I hear it, especially when the person who is saying it has run out of any rational excuse for changing whatever it is that they've always done a certain way.

    March 2005

  • Had he shown less than exceptional leadership which is called stubborness by those who want to turn around, then the US / Al Qaeda /Iraq situation would be catastrophic at this point.

    "Screw Civility: Why Bush-Bashing Should Be Obama's Eeelection Strategy."

  • As a person, that agrees with democrats very little, I complimented Kerry for at one time in the past making a firm stance on defending our nation with force after acknowledging I dislike his behavior as a antiwar protestor, I almost compared Clintons dexterity and charisma to Reagan, I alluded to Bush's adherance to heartfelt principles which many on this board refer to as stubborness and others will say he is being controlled by a bat cave beneath the white house, but Someday, Historians may remember him for one thing, that he focused his entire Presidency on Defense and security as a response to 911 against whithering opposition.

    Kerry Donor: Let's Give The Man Some Credit

  • I could even see having this 'stubborness' if you were pushing to initiate some policy.

    CT-04, CT-SEN: Lamont Win Could Signal End For Shays

  • But at end of the day, I believe Haley will do what he wants because of his stubborness which is a good and a bad trait.

    Arrowhead Pride

  • This is the kind of stubborness that is killing Quinn's chances.

    The Capitol Fax Blog

  • I, for one, cannot support your notion of patience and wisdom on their behalf; perhaps irrational stubborness and a very nearly indecent contrariness.

    Think Progress » Kansas Attorney General Refuses To Sue Federal Government Over Health Care Reform

  • "He's the SAME man," they tell me with mounting frustration at my stubborness.

    HUMPERDINCK! "I haven't seen them, yet, not with these eyes."

  • Mubarak's stand is a sad show of stubborness that evidences the inherent fragility of any form of presidential domination.

    Egypt: The army's fateful choice | Editorial

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