Wednesday, August 27, 2008

No way, No how, No McCain

Hillary said what she had to. It was a good endorsement but I was expecting something a little more. I think she should have spoken more directly to the PUMA crowd telling them to get over it.

6 comments:

JudiPhilly said...

I agree.

I thought it was an excellent speech overall, but I was expecting her to at least address her supporters a bit more directly about supporting Obama. Something like: it was a hard fought, passionate, primary battle (with much at stake) and emotions ran high on both sides, including mine. Yet, now that it's over, I can say without qualification that Barack is a good man, who has what it takes to bring this country together and lead us forward. If it can't be me, than there is no one else I'd want. And I'm asking you, if you believe in me -- to give him a chance to believe in him. For me. For all of us. For the good of the country.

Anonymous said...

hi judi,

as a hil supporter i thought that is pretty much what she did say. it was a great speech and anyone who supporter her that votes mccain is not a supporter of the dem party or dem issues..

JediMaster9780 said...

I thought she gave a fantastic speech. She said pretty much everything that she needed to say. I'm with Gort that she should've hit the PUMAs more, but I knew she wasn't going to severely criticize them.

"No way, no how, no McCain".

Zen said...

wonder why she didn't mention Bill.

Forrest Gump said...

Because she didn't have too!!!

JediMaster9780 said...

Was I the only person who laughed when in that video introduction Bill was labeled "Hillary's husband?". I don't know, I found that amusing.