Saturday, May 31, 2008

If the Democrats didn't need them

I would just tell Hillary and all her crazy supporters in Florida especially, would just go away. Because the way she has been acting in the last few hours or so is as close to an embarrassment as you can get. Rules in fact are RULES.

Though I did enjoy hearing Harold Ickes say the word ass


The Gal Herself said...

I've been forgiving Hillary a lot lately because I always thought of Bill as the White Baby Boomer Knight who rescued us from 12 years of Reagan Bush. But after the hardworking white voters comment, the RFK comment and now this, I am beyond done. I actually FEAR what will happen if Hillary (and Bill) is (are) added to the ticket. It's a stunning turn of events, when you consider how much goodwill the Clintons have managed to squander.

Sparky Duck said...

The RFK comment was an awful mistake. There is no way she meant it that way, which is why I never blogged about it.

But, I have been a Harold Ickes fan and for him to sound so over the edge was frightening for my party

This Eclectic Life said...

OK, I'm voting for a Democrat either way it goes, but I'm hoping it's not Hillary. She lost my goodwill a long time ago.

Anthony said...

Take anything in life and you can generally boil it down to money. Hillary and her supporters are deep into this and by now they are grasping at straws to get somebody somewhere to listen to them.

There is a lot of money at stake on both sides.

The Gal Herself said...

I agree the RFK quote a terrible mistake and I know she didn't mean it "that way." I did blog about it and said as much. But it was just ANOTHER THING. Another Clinton thing. Yesterday I heard Bill say he's upset at the way the press "disrespects" his wife. Well, it's not like he's hasn't already publicly disrespected her, as well. Every day it's something else. It's all too much. I'm suffering Clinton Fatigue and it's time for them to move away from the spotlight.

Please, please! Make the scary couple go away!

Anndi said...

I'm watching this with great interest actually... either way some interesting history will be made.

You know, rules and elections don't have a very good track record.

Starrlight said...

I am just shaking my head as once again the Democratic Party seems inclined to piss away it's advantage.

I think you know by now that neither Hillary or Obama were my choice. That said I'd vote for a Ficus plant before McCain but once again it is gonna be the lesser of two evils.

Anthony said...

Hillary is trying to make a big deal out of Puerto Rico's 55 delegates.

Grasping at straws.