Saturday, June 7, 2008

1300+ Signatures To Our Petition In One Day!!

We have had a great response to our petition. Our goal is a lofty one, 5 million by August 15th. Though Hillary might never run as an Independent, it does make a huge statement to the DNC, that 5 million of us are unhappy with Obama and the DNC. So if you haven't done so already sign our petition

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11 comments:

Sue R said...

Look, she conceded and urged her allies to support Barack Obama.If she ran on an Independent ticket, it would split the democratic vote making McCain President--is that kind of policy for women what you want?

Get real and support the Democratic candidate, please. Our future and the future of our children depends on it.

JerseyWoman4Hillary said...

Anonymous @ 6:36~ YOU ARE ALSO THE REASON WHY i WILL NOT SUPPORT THE O'SLIMBALL... HOW DARE YOU SAY HILLARY RIDE'S ON THE COAT TAIL OF BILL?! SHE HAS ACCOMPLISHED A GRAET DEAL IN HER YEARS SERVING THE PEOPLE! JUST SHOW'S ONCE AGAIN THE STUPID MINDED THAT ARE FOR OBAMA! HE HAS PASSED ONE BILL!! HE IS A SNAKE IN THE GRASS!! AND WHY I WILL SUPPORT MC CAIN~ I'LL TAKE MY CHANCES AND CHANGES WITH HIM!!

GO READ SOME OF HILLARY'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS!

Joe said...

Blogs like this only prove that Hillary really doesn't have as much pull as people think she did. Her own supporters are slowly turning against her because of all the hatred directed at Obama. If all the things that were said about Obama were true, then why is Hillary supporting him? There are only two possiblities, either A) People were wrong about Hillary's character, judgement and ability to lead or B) People were wrong about Obama being such a horrible person.

Anonymous said...

While I totally believe Hillary is the more qualified candidate, I am willing to accept that others didn't agree with my opinion. It's time now to accept the facts and support Obama as the Democratic nominee. Otherwise, we will be just be splitting the Democratic vote and putting another Republican in the White House. That is something that the U.S. definitely does not need!! It’s time to put personal opinions aside and accept the facts. Obama is the Democratic nominee despite how much we wanted Hillary to be. Let’s focus on the next best reality…..Hillary as VP….YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Can you all say; "Super Delegate and DNC coup!"
Get smart, no one is going to steal my vote!
william DenverCO

Joe said...

LOL! Good luck with that!

Frankford4Hillary said...

Come support hillary! Please sign! Read in DC!

CYNDI said...

I will not vote for Obama because I do not believe a word out of his mouth, I do not trust him...If it was any other democrat - Edwards for example Even tho my first choice was Clinton I would vote for the Democrat but I am sorry I do not like Obama at all.....I can not not=r will I vote for him.....It makes me sick to see that our counry will suffer another 4 years....Obama reminds me alot like Bush ne doesn't like to answer a question honestly and swish sways his answers.... we will be in real trouble if he gets elected! I will either not vote (I always have - so this makes me sad) or if McCain can win me over or needs my vote I will vote for him anything will be better than Obummer!

Anonymous said...

Please stop. This is childish. All of you. We can do better than name calling. It's time to stop being sore winners and losers and move forward.

Rob said...

Glad to see some commonsense here!!

The first post is spot on correct:

"Look, she conceded and urged her allies to support Barack Obama.If she ran on an Independent ticket, it would split the democratic vote making McCain President--is that kind of policy for women what you want?

Get real and support the Democratic candidate, please. Our future and the future of our children depends on it."

Being a Obama supporter, I would have without refute, voted for HRC if she was on the ballet. Give the Rethugs the White House in November and we all lose.

Katieschoicein2008 said...

I'm not whining, I'm not a sore loser. And as a former Democrat, and now an Independent member, I'm simply going to vote for someone I think is the better of the two remaining candidates, John McCain!