Obama has the final laugh by being absent when Hillary speaks

I have said it numerous times, Obama might be the most ungracious presidential nomination winner in the recent history.. he now had te FINAL laugh by not attending Hillary's speech.. final coffin in the nail..

Now its time for us to get the party platform together and help president Obama a reality.. work hard.. and remember.. gas was $1.46 when bush took office and your home price was atleast 30% higher inflation adjusted.. when bush took office,.

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Anti-Hillary Troll reporting in

  That was, how shall I say this, perfect. From the delivery to content and everywhere in between that was absolutely perfect.  I for one was blown away by just how amazing and unifying it was.  Tonight I salute Hillary Clinton as someone who actually does care about this country more then personal aspirations, contrary to my own commentary and the forced message of the MSM.  She addressed everything I could have possibly imagined with a style I did not know she was capable of.  

  She delivered a strong message that not only improved her image, but that of Obama and democrats as a hole. That got me fired up and happy to have her on the team.  Bringing fond memories of Bill was also worked on me more then I thought it would.  As I saw him being so personal with everyone he interacted with before the speech, I mumbled under my breath, my god the man still has it.  Overall, I would have to give it a 10/10 on any scale, for it not only met all needs but exceeded them.

  He may not be that popular on this site, but KO got it right when he called it a grand slam.

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Live responses from the Hillary speech

No one else has done it yet, so I'll post an open diary for your immediate reactions to Hillary's speech.

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H'rates for Hillary!

Tonight is the night when one of the greatest Democrats in the history of our party takes the stage during the Democratic Convention.

Hillary "18 million cracks on that glass ceiling" Clinton will speak on behalf of Senator Obama and more importantly, her supporters, in what could be the most anticipated speech in recent political history.

Hillary Clinton deserves the utmost respect and admiration for the campaign she ran and for her flawless transition from primary rival to General Election ally. I know some are still hurting over what transpired during the primary (on both sides) but tonight is the night when we either "stand together" or "fall apart" .

We were once Obama supporters or Hillary supporters but now, we are all Clinton and Obama supporters.

We cannot let minor differences affect the major things we have in common.

Respect for the Democratic Party and its leaders.

Respect for progressive values and ideas.

Respect for those who have earned it.


In this moment in time, there are no bigger names or better leaders in our party than Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama ( and Teddy of course, God bless him).

This is just a blog (it's teh internets, why so serious? ) but it is a Democratic blog.

We cannot stand for bullshit attacks and smears on 2 great Democrats.

We cannot stand for bullshit attacks and smears on Hillary Clinton.

Tonight, as has been the case around here lately, this blog will be crawling with McBloggers. We now see how "Clinton supporters" are outing themselves as pathetic douchebags who never respected Hillary or what she stands for.

They smeared in Hillary's name and are now smearing Hillary's good name.

I have been criticized (not that I care) for having an itchy trigger finger when it comes to handing out donuts. But tonight, in honor of Hillary and her real supporters I propose we finish driving these toolbags from the blog.

Join me fellow Democrats (if you want to) ....

Join me...

In handing out...

DONUTS! (like their name was Chief Wiggum!)

H'rates for Hillary!

A few examples of what I'm talking about here.

There will be many more to come.

This is a user-moderated blog, let's stop complaining and start cleaning the place up.


Re: Come Out Swinging, Hillary! (0.60 / 5)


Obama is the nominee, in case you've forgotten. Hillary is beaten. Tonight is her night to either pay homage or get ostracized from the party.

Her choice.

by lemon716 on Tue Aug 26, 2008 at 05:46:37 PM EST
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Gotta love rankles!

Always classy.

Re: I sure hope she does (0.00 / 5)

I agree, how has anything the Clintons have done for the past week show that they are going to even attempt to unite the party, and go after McCain?

by Hillis45 on Tue Aug 26, 2008 at 05:11:52 PM EST
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Wow. Who would of ever thought this person was a troll? /snark

History shows that the Clintons will come out talking about themselves.

I seriously doubt she will help Obama, and the american people, by attacking McCain.

by Hillis45 on Tue Aug 26, 2008 at 05:08:52 PM EST
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Boo fucking hoo troll.

Get off my lawn!

You didn't think this would be a spacemanspiff diary and not have me mocking the biggest movement since McCain had his last bowel movement did you?

Hey PUMA's tune into tonight and learn what a REAL Democrat sounds like.

I'm sure you'll have a lovely time under the Clinton Express.

The wheels on the bus go round, and round,

round and round

round and round.

The wheels on the bus go round and round, and you'll love the view down there!

I'll leave you all with this message from a great sailor/soldier and patriot who I deeply admire:

"Hey PUMA's, I'd say that you were dumber than a bag of hammers, but that would be an insult to a useful tool."

Couldn't of said it any better Stipes.

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Hillary at Convention


Here's an intense hope that Hillary will come through for Obama in her speech and in the handling of the placement of her name in nomination. No roll-call! It would be detrimental and tiresome to have 50 state delegation leaders extol their state and the merits of Hillary Clinton. So she needs to forestall the roll-call by directing her delegates to save their votes for Obama.

But I'm not too hopeful. Her speech in Florida in support of Obama was quite tepid and this excerpt indicates that she still focuses on herself:
"I need a president who will work with me, who will be there for the people I care about, that I get up and fight for every single day."

It's difficult to believe, or understand, any decisions of Hillary supporters to get back at Barack Obama by punishing the country with an election of John McCain. And why resent Obama? He ran a fair campaign, never denigrating Hillary, despite her denigrations of him. Yes, he did not name her VP, but that was more Bill than Hillary.

So, get over it - elect Barack Obama.

homer   www.altara.blogspot.com

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