Monday, June 16, 2008

What are you doing in November?


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10 comments:

angela said...

Why would any Hillary supporter vote for McCain or simply not vote in the election in November? This is highly irresponsible, and I resent these types of attempts to divide the party. Obama is clearly the candidate that will help us achieve our goals as a country...don't allow your bitterness to take over. We do not need four more years of Republican rule, and you all know it.

Alex Garcia said...

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jennifer said...

Angela please do you really think that these polls are dividing the party. Obama did that all by himself.

R said...

Jennifer, Obama is not hurting the party, sites like this and people like you are.

Amarissa said...

Angela, where have you lived for the past months? did you not see how the party cheated Hillary out of the Michigan votes? Did you not see the big flaw in the Caucuses? Did you not just see how Obama recently hired Patti Doyle? Who is dividing? I think your "sweetie" Obama is! I am NOT voting for a "change" to worst times with this rookie of a candidate!

william DenverCO said...

I would flip at the moment when I heard that Sen. Hillary is the VP.
But I know this will not come to be, therefore I prepare to vote and support Sen. John McCain. If Sen. McCain was just any politician I would stay home and not vote, but Sen. McCain is a war hero and deserves my vote.
Hillary would win my vote, because she is like my MADRE !

seasonedcook said...

Any body that turns their back on Hillary now, was not for her to begin with. I am so disgusted with the DNC and Obama..He thinks he is God the way he is handling things...He also believes that he doesn't need Fla or OHIO to win the nomination. His
Mafia Chicago band is really putting a party together and it will be with out Hillary included..He doesn't even want her campaigning for him..He believes he is capable of carrying this all by himself. I hope 18 million woman will tell him differently. you talk about Sexism, well Obama sure
is strutting his stuff. Let's see if it is the same come November...
I will not vote for Obama or McCain..and I know a lot of people feel the same as I do...I feel like I have been cheated, now more so then ever since he hired the woman that was let go from Hillary's campaign....Talk about ethics..We sure now how to pick here in the US..wow...I do not drink..but I feel like I need to sound off some more for Hillary...

HiLLGAL2008 said...

Obama fools can believe whatever they choose, just as we do...the problem they have is he is a blatant radical racist and that isn't what all Americans need, perhaps the black community want that, but, the rest of us, believed we were past most of that stuff..finally, he has chosen to USE it to try to get elected...but, his Chicago radicals cannot cover how and his wife really think..just because he changes churches now...doesn't cut it...he was friends with Wright, Resko, Ayers, and yes, even associated with Farakon...for TWENTY+ years...of course he is saying he doesn't suppot their way of thinking NOW, he is trying to convince 18,000,000 million Senator Clinton voters to chose him...SORRY...my mama told me..."You are JUDGED by the COMPANY you KEEP" and "BIRDS of a FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER" it's too late to try to change the image and too late to wear the American flag pin and change his church......We know who is and what and why he is where he is...so soon...you are a Senator because he had no one running against him...funny huh? We's like to know how he afforded the home that he's purchased...We cannot make a deal with this one..So no Deal to Dean...we are going with McCain, he's experienced and descent and he's honest and clear and not for one color or another..he's definitely not a racist.
Also,no deal to Senator Clinton as a VP...we want nothing to do with Obama or the DNC/Dean/Good old boys in Washington...and she will not have to worry about her campaign debt, her supporters will pay that off for her...so she won't have to accept one thing from Obama...one thing I wonder though, what in God's name does the black community think this black/white radical person is going to do for them...he's already waffled on many, many claims he's made...just trying to get the older white woman's vote and the 18,000,000 votes that belonged to Senator Clinton...

Venus9 said...

Hillary won nine of the last 13 primaries, many by a landslide even though everyone knew it would be difficult to top Obama in the delegate count. Time and time again the Democratic Party did not want to hear our desperate screams "We do not want Obama!" But the superdelegates who seem to live in their own political galaxy and look out only for their own political interests turned their backs on a really qualified candidate, one who earned more votes than any other candidate in primary history , and GAVE the nomination to this inexperienced man we hardly know. Now they're surprised because Hillary voters don't want to vote for him??
Also his followers are arrogant and hateful. Look what they just did in Michigan, booing the governor when she mentioned Hillary. The Democratic Party has been taken over by a bunch of lunatics. Count me out!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm voting Nader. Maybe this will be the birth of another party. I will not give my vote to Obama and I sure wont vote republican. So go Nader!