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Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Game Over (For Clinton)

Barack Obama will (finally) wrap up the Democratic nomination for President tonight. [Yay!]

Fortunately, Clinton is being magnanimous by offering to be Obama's VP.

Thanks, but no thanks.

For all the talk about Clinton bringing "her" voters to Obama (as if any Democrat would lose California or New York, or win West Virginia), everything positive she may bring to the ticket is at least offset by the negative things that she brings as well. The fact that conservative voters hate her like poison and she would help energize a dispirited Republican party notwithstanding, how many times do we want to see this from McCain, et al. over the next five months?:


Oh, and who in their right mind would have a Vice President who intimated that he might be assassinated?:


No. She burned that bridge long ago.

I'm willing to let all the bull$#!# go (mostly) as soon as she gets out of the way and falls in line behind Obama. But, I must say to Senator Clinton (hopefully, for the last time), cut the $#!#.

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Comments on "Game Over (For Clinton)"

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:23 PM) : 

You brain dead members of the Obamanation actually believe the drivel you type.

That seems reason enough to not turn the keys o power over to your unaccomplished messiah.

 

Blogger Robb said ... (8:48 PM) : 

Yes, I actually believe the "drivel" I type. Fortunately, thanks to YouTube, I also have the "video evidence" to back it up.

She ran a scorched earth campaign, he ran a smart campaign.

He won, she lost.

He's the future, she's the past.

If your disappointment pushes you to the point where you think Obama would be worse than another four years of Bush, you have that option.

Enjoy your evening.

 

Anonymous steve said ... (2:33 AM) : 

Robb your completely right.

Clinton had NO plan after Super Tuesday, and Obama did. Obama won this election and Clinton lost it. By all rights she had name recognition and had it for 35 years. Obama came out of no where. His win and her defeat are truly incredible. Her campaign and her alone lost her this race.

And the Obamanation aren't brain dead, and by unaccomplished maybe you should do research on that slick.

Besides, I'd rather have him in office than McCain.

His ten times better for America than McCain.

If you're a democrat and you vote McCain, thats your right but he goes against everything in the core values of democrats.

 

Blogger Robb said ... (9:26 PM) : 

Word.

 

Blogger Linda Margaret said ... (12:48 PM) : 

I am not overly pleased about Obama's win either, for policy reasons. However, I am very excited about what his win means for my country. We've changed a lot, and maybe Obama is the person to solidify some of the good changes. Hopefully, he will listen to Clinton's experience.

 

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