Saturday, October 4, 2008

Tribute to Hillary


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3 comments:

M. Sakel said...

This is a phenomenal video and a great tribute to the Woman who Should Have Been President!

A heartfelt tribute, by her own daughter, to Hillary and her too many to mention millions of cracks on the Ceiling of Possibilities for young girls and women everywhere! Chelsea's warm, emotionally propelled commentary on her mother's family history (Hillary's mother was a domestic helper with a dream for her little girl) gives us additional insights into that great woman's inspirational motivation and strength.

The misogynist media frat-boys and, unfortunately, Obama's own camouflaged sexism ("periodically, she feels down and starts attacking to boost her appeal" and his infamous youtube mega-hit: "Obama Gives Hillary the Finger") contributed to fraudulently deprive Hillary of her rightful nomination.

But we shall not forget. And, like Chelsea said, we "should never forget on whose shoulders we're sitting on while reaching higher...to realize our Dream...."

Thank you for posting this truly memorable documentary-vid....And, for the sake of our young girls' future, let's hope misogynist obamyopia is as curable a disease as republican social myopia will be shortly....

yds said...

Thank you for sharing. A moment I shall never forget. Her graciousness.

I can't understand how she can support Obama however putting party before country but I am sure she has her reasons and I will respect that.

But I cannot support Obama and will be voting for the first time the other ticket. (hard to do) but at least the candidate McCain fought for me and Palin promises to shake things up in Washington so I feel good about supporting them over a socialist terroristic type person as Hannity show exposed tonight. If it is true, this country is in BIG TROUBLE!!!!

beth said...

"I can't understand how she can support Obama however putting party before country but I am sure she has her reasons and I will respect that."

If you had any respect for her at all, you wouldn't accuse her of putting "party before country"

Look at their positions on the issues, look at their votes in the Senate - they're not the same, but they're darn close. McCain? Voted with Bush 90% of the time. Which not only puts him at odds with most of what Hillary stands for, it makes if very hard to swallow this "McCain/Palin" will shake things up nonsense.