history is an often overused term in the
contrary to john, sniggering-nervous mccain’s speech in
the difference between the two candidates, republican and democratic couldn’t be more stark as voters consider their choice before november’s election. of course, for a candidate that voted against the martin luther king holiday, it was all so sincere…
and then there was hillary’s “I have all these 18 million voters and I can influence who they vote for in November” aggressive speech.
it’s hard to know where to start, but I’ll begin with how about acknowledging history, hillary, chose to be a sore loser in denial. not once recognizing that for the first time in american history, an african american had clinched the nomination for president, she chose to instead focus on herself and why she was the better candidate in the swing states that she won; as if there were some more contests down the road…hardly a speech of healing and party unity.
must be difficult for the
just goes to prove that all those millions can’t buy dignity, because the only candidate showing any was barack obama, whose first real duty when he got to the microphone was to thank his grandmother, and then went on to give a truly uplifting speech, one full of hope and inspiration and unity. there was nothing about him.
maybe all those rabid democratic hillary feminists should be pondering that as they plot his downfall....and come november, we will find out if democratic americans actually have a brain, or want four more years of exactly the same.
and since they're so committed to not voting to barack obama, i suggest all hillary's supporters watch spike lee's excellent documentary: