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Hillary's Saturday's speech e-invite

Discussion in 'Elections & Political Parties' started by XCALIDEM, Jun 7, 2008.

  1. XCALIDEM

    XCALIDEM Active Member

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    I just received this from her campaing:






    Dear *****,

    I have been honored and privileged to work with so many dedicated people on Hillary's historic campaign. Your enthusiastic commitment to her campaign through the primaries has been inspirational.

    As you know, Hillary will be holding an event tomorrow in Washington D.C. to thank all of her supporters, to express her support for Senator Obama, and to talk about the issues that have been at the core of her public service, the issues she will continue fighting for.

    Hillary wanted to make sure her online supporters were a part of this special event, just as you have been a part of her campaign from the very beginning. So, we will be streaming it live over the website at HillaryClinton.com.

    We invite you to visit our website tomorrow, Saturday June 7, at 12 p.m. EDT to watch Hillary speak live.

    Thank you for everything you have done for our campaign.

    Sincerely,

    Maggie Williams
    Campaign Manager
    Hillary Clinton for President


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    It'll be interesting to see what she says; I hope she doesn't sell out to Obama..:mad:
     
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    Most people who back Hillary would like her to take it to Denver. I would like to see that for sure. But unless Obama messes up bigger than a racist pastor, bigger than another racist pastor, bigger than a racist socialist wife, bigger than corrupt deals with convicted creeps, bigger than being friends with local terrorists .... Without something bigger than all of those things, she won’t get the nomination. And dragging it out can only hurt the rest of her political life.

    I hope she made a deal with Obama to pay off her 10 million dollar debt, and she will say nice things about him today but only suspend her bid and not release her delegates. But I think for 10 million he will want her to release her delegates so he won’t have to be careful anymore with his words and fear the super delegates move to her at the convention.
     
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    In about an hour Hillary will enthusiastically throw her support to Senator Obama.

    The stakes are too high for any petty inter-party bickering. Another McBush term and the downward spiral only increases in speed and destructiveness.

    In the next few weeks we are about to see some real unity and a huge boost in the building up of even more cash & positive poll numbers.

    Congratulations SENATOR OBAMA & SENATOR CLINTON! :)


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89-iVZfxfD8
     
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    IF her support was done as enthusiastically as you say...... then why is she holding on to her delegates :D
     
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    It's amazing what Party pressure can do...

    I don't see anything democratic about our party anymore... :mad:
     
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    I agree she was pressured to say vote Obama, She looked really sad and it made me feel bad for her. Had it been Obama in her exact spot, there would be hell to pay for the way he was treated. It’s pretty unfair but there is nothing we can do.

    She kept her delegates, and I am sure she was pressured good and hard to release them. So she did stand up for herself there and refuse the pressure to release them. I hope Michelle or Obama himself steps in a pile of their own crap and the supers refuse to give him their support at the convention, then in steps Hillary, Oh I would be ticked pink!!!!!

    The Republican Party is having the same issue, worse maybe. More than 75 percent of Republicans polled said they were either unhappy or very unhappy with their nominee. Dems are about 50/50.

    I think those of us who are disgruntled with the party need to do something drastic to be heard loud and clear. The disgruntled in BOTH parties’

    I don’t think voting for McCain would send as loud of a message as writing in Hillary’s name would do.

    I hate Obama, I mean I just can’t stand the idea that he might be the President of these United States....with that in mind, I hope you vote for McCain. But I hate McCain, oh do I hate him...... with that in mind, I think writing in Hillary’s name would be a good idea.

    If your number one concern is keeping Obama out of the White house, vote McCain, if you number one concern is being heard loud and clear as a disgruntled democrat, write in Hillary’s

    If McCain gets a running mate I can like, I will vote for him. If he doesn't I guess I will vote for Nader or write in Hillary’s name.
     
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    At the end Hillary Clinton did exactly the right thing. She was not petty or self serving. She looked to unite all of her supporters with the rest of the Democratic Party... for America's best interest is in fact that important.

    She made a speech that will go down in history as one of the most uniting speeches of all times.


    Did she fight hard all the way to the end... yes.

    Did she prove that she was every bit as tough and intelligent as her male counterparts... yes.

    Did she concede with dignity and grace... yes!

    The truth is Hillary Clinton's campaign failed her. They completely took Senator Obama for granted and made no plans on what they would do after Super Tuesday... because they "knew" it would be in the bag by then.

    But it wasn't... and Senator Obama ran up like 11 or 12 state victories IN A ROW!

    Hillary fought back hard and won a good share at the end... but the delegate count just wasn't there for her in total.

    Hillary Clinton fought hard and went out on a high note uniting her Party and making Barack Obama a stronger tougher candidate in the long run.


    I hope everyone listens to Senator Clinton and votes for America... votes for Senator Obama!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAk3NMf4waY
     
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    I agree she did the right thing. The powers that be were not going to stop harassing her unless she stopped fighting for the nomination. For her political future she had to do what they pressured her to do.

    That is so cute, did you listen to the speech? They timed it and it was a 30 minute long speech and exactly 7 minutes were dedicated to Obama. The rest was dedicated to her journey and about the people who have supported her. The only time she even came close to a smile was in that 23 minutes. The 7 minutes she (HAD) to talk about Obama, you could see it strained her but she had to do it.

    She is no where near done fighting, but its probably good if you believe it and others who are obama bots, then the attacks on her can loosen up

    I think she proved a whole lot more than that.

    Yes she did suspend her campaign with dignity and grace.

    The main stream media failed her too. They kept all of the dirt on Obama under the carpet till way way to late.

    Because the main stream media kept his dirt hidden that long.

    Key word you used here, she won a good share AT THE END. After Super Tuesday Obama was exposed for what he was. Even his beloved main stream media couldn’t protect him after that. After that the only people voting for him were African Americans, Elite college professors and the students they indoctrinate. Everyone else and their mothers were voting for Hillary. She kicked his royal butt from that point on

    That high note she went out on was good stratigy, now all she has to do is sit back and smile and wait for Obama to step into his own crap. Then come smiling to Denver to take the nomination. I love it!


    50 bucks says her own super delegate vote, and her husbands and Lanny Davis and James Carvel and the other Hillary supporters will still put their delegate votes on Hillary at the convention………Question is who else will
     
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