Sunday, June 1, 2008


You may have noted I didn't say a thing in last night's post about yesterday's DNC decision. I found this too disheartening to talk about. It seeems to me that there is a concerted effort to push Obama through to the nomination, regardless of anything.
I am more proud than ever to be a supporter of Hillary Clinton. Her family's easy-going ways, generousity and sense of fun are further testimony to the kind of person she is.


Tour Wonk said...

Your drive is fantastic, Gretchen!Never give up!

Keep pushing and see what's next.

Anonymous said...

Wow, a concerted effort to push Obama through? He is winning!! In December, Clinton agreed to DNC's decisions about Michigan and Florida..but now that she desperately needs votes she is bucking the party. Yeah, tell me this election is about that good-natured family. This is total evidence of Hillary's out of control ego and her sense of entitlement to the nomination. She underestimated Obama and overestimated herself. By the way, it doesn't bother you that Bill (in all his sense of good fun) is a lobbyist for the Colombian government??

Teresa said...

Hey, anonymous - you seem to have lost your way. The vile B0 campaign is thataway - towards the cheaters' road of political expedience and getting undeserved delegates. The voters of KY, WV, PR have another think coming different from the railroading scheme of the Dean/Pelosi/Brazile National Committee. BH0 has done another politically convenient thing - disowned his church, which has insulted HRC in such vulgar, sexist, racist and crude terms, but he didn't know these speeches for twenty years? And this is what you call 'Christian'?
The Democrat party has completely lost its rights to the name 'democratic' with the undemocratic decision on the awarding of delegates from MI and FL. So women deserve only 1/2 the votes.

El-Change-O - you may delete this post if necessary.

Teresa said...

Glad you had a great time in DC, Gretchen! Sounds like it was a blast, with Jamie Brazil, the Rodhams, and all! Thanks for keeping us posted with the fun stuff you did at the Capital! The trip was worth all the trouble, hey?

Anonymous said...

I saw the video of the protesters. And they were great. There are so many of them. But this is just the beginning. We will not be invisible to the DNC anymore.