Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Clinton Rocks

She hit every note she needed to last night. Even my stubborn wife said, yes, it's time to fully support Obama.

And what a video to open with...

If Obama loses, it is the Democratic party at fault. Not Clinton. Not anyone else because there are no Clinton supporters for McCain. She made that very clear last night.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah and she even mentioned us in her opening - actually spoke the word "Gay".

10:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Obama loses, it may be another case of a stolen election. What makes us so sure that it won't happen again -- it has happened twice already. I think the demos are going to lose and bush and his crooked administration are brewing the receipe now to making sure that happens. It's going to take a revolution in the streets to get this country back. Sorry about the all the gloom this morning.

11:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

have you seen this??

12:47 PM  
Anonymous Laura said...

SHE TOTALLY deserves to be President

2:07 PM  
Blogger m. cacioppo said...

she did great last night. she certainly showed us what we're all missing. . .

great speech, great delivery, came across genuine. but its still very bittersweet.

dems '08!

8:15 PM  
Blogger MLC said...

It was a brilliant speech, perfect!


10:29 PM  
Blogger Seda said...

Go, Hillary!

Next stop - next new face on the Supreme Court!

She'll be so outstanding as a SP Justice.

12:08 AM  
Blogger word to your mother(s) said...

I read your blog on a daily basis and I think this is the first time I’ve commented. I really admire how you combine the personal and political in your writing. The truthfulness you represent gives me hope on a number of levels, especially in concern to raising a family amongst all the muck life throws your way. Thank you for sharing your stories.

I am a Clinton supporter 100% and my partner and I have been politicos since before we could vote. I just can’t get into this election – I’m trying, but I just don’t feel any passion for Obama. Also, I may be a pessimist, but I believe that the Dems will blame her if HE loses. She has been the scapegoat during this entire process, so why would it change now that the stakes are even higher?

10:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I, too, am a frequent reader to this blog and I really hate to disagree, but there are still Clinton supporters who will not vote for Obama, no matter what she's requested they do for the party. They've even been interviewed since her speech. How is that Obama's fault or the Democratic party's fault. It's certainly not Clinton's fault. I just chalk it up to ignorance, racism or buying into the scare tactics of the Republicans. I just wish people would stay true to the party and not make this so personal.

1:43 PM  
Blogger Sara said...

well, word, the comment after yours is case in point- there is nothing clinton can do, nor her supporters, to make a bit of difference in how some people will frame a loss.

but please oh please, let's not get caught in worrying about a loss right now. we gotta leave this convention, full steam ahead.

my passion is not for Obama. my passion is for the next supreme court justice- who ever it may be, it must be chosen by a democrat.

4:30 PM  

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