Sunday, June 01, 2008

Scorched earth, bitter people

Would you say this woman is bitter?


She's not alone. The Clinton campaign has nurtured a huge movement of these people, many of whom will not even vote for a Democrat in November if their candidate -- the one entitled to the mantle in spite of losing the contest using every measurement -- is not the nominee.

Well, if their own racist feelings will not permit them to vote for a black person, then the white guy might represent them better anyway.

I watched some of the proceedings yesterday. I thought it was as good as any reality TV show can be. Wexler and many others made their points with extreme passion. Here's a clip where he smacks down Ickes.



Here are links for the rest of his debate speech. Good stuff. He simply kicked ass. Not that some of the others didn't...

[Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3]

And Ickes made it plain that party unity will only be achieved when ALL their demands are met, and they get their way 100%. Compromise is not what the Hillary presidency would be about (a quality that she shares with Bush, along with delusional).

She will win Puerto Rico today, so she can add those numbers to her "I have the popular vote" tally even though Puerto Rico is irrelevant because they don't vote in the Presidential election. And telling more lies, making claims to be "the most fiscally responsible candidate" even though she has not even been able to manage a campaign budget without going $20,000,000 in debt. Just saying something over and over doesn't make it true, but there are plenty of people who believe every word.

I am not ashamed of people who vote their conscience no matter who they vote for. This is America. I am ashamed of the way the Clintons have built this wall through the heart of what can be a strong, unified party that will take back the White House from its permanent Republican Neocon Rovian grasp that is destroying this country and everything it is supposed to stand for.

This election is about the American people, Hillary. It's not about YOU.

The needs of the many are greater than the needs of the one. Go back to the Senate and later you can run for Governor of New York and win. It's a powerful position that will probably be available soon. That's your pacifier... so suck it.

3 comments:

Mando Mama said...

BRAVO, BRAVO!! What should have been an exciting, invigorating national transformation has turned instead into a national embarrassment because of this WhineFest. I wonder what happened to all those white folks who were voting for Obama to assuage their white guilt? Must be ridin' the bitter bus along with HilBilly and her cohorts.

Ghost Dansing said...

i listened to that lady on the video..... sounds drunk to me.

i don't believe that people who would vote for Hillary would actually vote for McCain.... ideologies are no where near alike.

100 Years 

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Hear hear!