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01:13 AM on 08/27/2008
For any PUMAs still on the sidelines.... please see for yourselves, below you'lll see a good clip of McSnob saying making $50/hr is beneath him! How many of us make $50/hr?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWOZKeOauNI&eurl=
01:52 AM on 08/27/2008
wow, that was rich.
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JonRaymond
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05:39 AM on 08/27/2008
What's a PUMA?
08:58 AM on 08/27/2008
A PUMA is a female who actually is republican who pretends to be a democrat just to help their cause. Nobody should give them air-time. Neither Hillary or Barrack approve of what these gals are trying to sell the public.
01:08 AM on 08/27/2008
Well, am I the only person who thinks Hillary's endorsement of Obama, as tepid as it was, was just an excuse to get up in front of a big audience and do some more campaigning? Or campaigning for 2012. I was sickened by her stupid video. What a self-serving narcissistic jerk! I bet that she is weighing whether to go pull a similar stunt at the Republican convention. "My friend John McCain." Good job Hell, I mean Hill. Whatever your name is.....
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Daisy1111
02:50 AM on 08/27/2008
And this is why there is no unity.
04:49 AM on 08/27/2008
when your current hero, teddy kennedy stood in front of the 1980 convention, with about 1000 fewer delegates than hillary and running against a sitting democratic president, he mentioned that president once. and he resused to raise his arm on the podium with president carter. and just for comparison, when reagan lost to ford in the 1976 nominating convention, his speech never mentioned ford at all. so, you can call the speech tepid but by historical standards, hillary was magnanimous. she's not his mother. it's up to obama to win it now.
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Hare
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12:58 AM on 08/27/2008
Ok, I just saw the speech. My take on it is the same as the one from Kucinich's. It was moving. inspirational and to the point of why we want to change what we have. Will it change the minds of her supporters? I don't know. I hope so. She seems real about her desire to help us get universal healthcare? O should give her the job and free reign on this. Imagine after 16 years of waiting and listening to Healthcare talk and nothing happening. Sicko no more. Thumbs up Hillary...for a change
01:08 AM on 08/27/2008
it does seem like Healthcare is her passion and she'd love to spearhead that effort; seeing as no other real attemps have been done since her last try; she should champion this cause; their plans were not too far apart; surely there is common ground. Get er done!
01:59 AM on 08/27/2008
No real attempts since her last try???????? Where have you been? Dont you know what Teddy Kennedy did?
12:56 AM on 08/27/2008
This message is to all those Clinton supporters who are jaded and still angry about the lost to Obama.

We are ONE supreme court justice away from setting back womens' rights by 50 years. If you don't care about your right to choose, family health care, public schools, equal pay for equal work, civil rights, and all the great ideals that your chosen party stands for then go ahead and stay home or just vote for McCain. With

Or you can follow Hillary Clinton's lead for her own policial survival and to avoid a Supreme court that will set back women.
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Daisy1111
02:54 AM on 08/27/2008
Remind me -- how many cases are about to go to the Supreme court challenging R o e v W a d e?

How many cases in the last 8 years have gone to the Supreme Court challenging R o e V W a d e?

What's that? Did you say NONE. Zero, Nada a one?

Uh-huh.

Stop using this fear-mongering issue to make your point.
03:27 AM on 08/27/2008
Roe v. Wade is only ONE issue that could go before the SC. Women have many more issues that effect their everyday lives, from gun laws ,to the Pregnancy Leave Act, to equal pay is decided through the US Supreme court. So any intelligent woman knows that choosing the correct President can effect more than just an abortion.

Do you think they are too stupid to wrap their heads around this fact.?
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05:41 AM on 08/27/2008
Hey, Obama blew it by picking Biden. Tell it to him.
12:56 AM on 08/27/2008
After that one Clinton supporter got to be in a McCain commercial and countless more are getting way too much airtime, I think this is becoming a vanity cause. Given the press coverage, these Clinton holdouts must think they're going to get book deals, movie options or their own show on Fox News. But one thing they won't get from HRC is respect. "Were you in this for me?" No, Hillary, they just seem to be in it for themselves.
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JonRaymond
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05:42 AM on 08/27/2008
Or they're pissed off at condescending elitists like yourself.
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12:51 AM on 08/27/2008
You know, the bitterest holdouts should think aboout the next time. It's just possible that if they make this a real schism in the party, the next time a woman wants to run for President, people may turn away because they don't want to go through all of this again.
03:33 AM on 08/27/2008
I''m thinking the same thing. You want to stomp with the big boys but if you don't win you want to take the ball and go home so nobody can play. There's no respect for a sore loser. She is setting a poor precedent.
12:41 AM on 08/27/2008
Hillary did a great job. I just watched Larry King with Elizabeth Joyce. Joyce seems so bitter and seems very closed to Hillary's admonition and the party. She said something about wanting Obama supporters
to reach out to her in some special way. Larry asked for some specifics, but she offered few to none. I don't understand people like Joyce. Why so divissive? Why so bitter? very strange. After this speech tonight, I would guess that Obama is exploring senior roles for Hillary in his cabinet. The angst has to stop. Losing is hard, but we need to buck up and move a head in "the correct" direction. No McCain!
12:50 AM on 08/27/2008
Maybe she would prefer to bite off her nose to spite her face
01:52 AM on 08/27/2008
I'm sure Obama will have Hillary somewhere in his cabinet! I have no doubt's about that!

As democrats we have to come together! If we want a better economic future we have to come together!

If we want better schools, WE HAVE TO COME TOGETHER~
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Mikecoatl
12:33 AM on 08/27/2008
"No Way, No How, No McCain"

Best line of the speech, best of convention, hell, maybe best of the whole campaign so far! I am for Obama, but I would be backing Hillary 110% were she the nominee. Tonight she has convinced me that my trust would not have been misplaced!
01:10 AM on 08/27/2008
indeed
12:33 AM on 08/27/2008
As Ms. Maddow would say, "post-rational".
12:32 AM on 08/27/2008
Hillary Clinton's speech was awesome,as a Barack Obama supporter it was good to see Hillary Clinton be a team sport and give that rousing speech.This should go along way to shutting up those irritating P.U.M.A.. Lets go to the pole democrats and take our country back
01:54 AM on 08/27/2008
AMEN TO THAT~~~~~ Democrats let's take the white house back!!!!!!!!
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XME
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12:17 AM on 08/27/2008
I'm a woman, and even though I don't care for Hillary Clinton and voted for Obama during the primaries, I certainly can't blame her delegates if they want to vote for her during the convention. That doesn't mean they won't vote for Obama come November. These are true Democrats, and I believe most will vote for Obama, but given the historic nature of Hillary's run, I can understand why they would want to voice their support for her during the convention. If she was a candidate I really cared about supporting, especially being the first woman to get so far, I'd probably want the chance to voice my support for her. Give these people a break...it's their vote in November that matters, and that they DON'T vote for McCain. It's not a big deal if they want to support Hillary now, after all, it's there one chance to do it!
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Hare
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12:13 AM on 08/27/2008
I heard her speech was excellent. This from someone who despises her. Is there a thread so I can watch it. I don't care for this woman an iota but the least she can do for O after trashing him, making the run so difficult bitter and poisonous is give a good speech. Now, the weirdos supporters of hers might not quite make the leap of faith, suck the venon out of their veins and rather contimue hellbound for McSame. Clueless as they are.
12:07 AM on 08/27/2008
Probably not. They'll stay home. Barry will lose and Libs will squeal "racism" for four years.

Business as usual.
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Danigirl65
Can't we all just get along?
12:17 AM on 08/27/2008
His name is Barrack and just what do you mean by "business as usual" in regards to the "racism" comment??
09:11 AM on 08/27/2008
umm... his name is Barack. Get the spelling right.
12:41 AM on 08/27/2008
That's President Obama to you. Start practicing now.
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12:04 AM on 08/27/2008
If they are not moved by this speech they are not movable.

Bless you Mrs. Clinton!

Dems United!
11:52 PM on 08/26/2008
We are the UNITED Democrats of America!
Thank you Senator Clinton - thank you!
Lets go kick some Republican Arse!!!!!