Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Today more than a dozen members of Congress wrote to other Democrats declaring Hillary should be  Top Dog on the Dem ticket for November!! Why?

Because she is the strongest in the swing states and the only democrat who can carry along the down ticket races for democrats all over the country.

Over a dozen members of Congress wrote to other Democrats touting their support for Hillary, saying she is the strongest candidate to have at the top of the ticket in the fall.

Here is there letter from representatives from all over the country:

Dear Fellow Democrat,

We are writing to you because of our shared belief in our Party's principles and our commitment to ensuring that we have the strongest possible nominee to lead our ticket against John McCain and the Republicans in November.

The decision about who to support to be our Party's nominee is not one that any of us should take lightly. We haven't. But, after giving this important decision a great deal of thought, we are convinced that Hillary Clinton has the vision, skills and commitment to make the changes our country needs. As Democrats who have run and won in competitive Congressional districts and battleground states, we believe that Hillary is best positioned to successfully lead the Democratic ticket in districts and states like ours around the country.

As you know, Hillary has racked up victories in bellwether states like Ohio , Pennsylvania and now Indiana that are absolutely vital to winning the White House and maintaining our Congressional majority in the fall. Hillary has won the big battleground states by connecting with voters whose support we must have to win the general election. Her victories in Pennsylvania and Indiana were all the more impressive after being outspent by as much as two or three to one.

Pennsylvania was not just a victory for Hillary Clinton. It was also a wake- up call for superdelegates, forcing us to ask ourselves two essential questions: 1) Which candidate can carry the magic 270 electoral votes to win in the fall? 2) Which candidate is most likely to help our fellow Democrats in down-ballot races? We believe the answer to both of these questions is Hillary Clinton.

On the first question, Hillary has shown she can win the all-important battleground states like Ohio , Pennsylvania and Florida even while being outspent. This speaks to her ability to connect with voters we must deliver in the fall, including blue collar Democrats who can sway this election as they have in the past.

On the second question, Hillary has won rural and suburban districts which we as Democrats must carry to maintain our edge in Congress. Of the fifteen districts rated "toss up" by the Cook Political Report, Hillary has now won ten. Of the 20 districts we picked up in 2006 that had gone for President Bush just two years before, Hillary has now won 16. She is strong in the places we must win to hold and expand our majority.

This is a historically close race. The candidates are separated by a mere percentage point or two and the path to victory for each candidate is the same: win in the upcoming states and secure enough pledged and automatic delegates to get to the number required to win the nomination.

The race now turns to the remaining six contests where the focus will be squarely on the economy. Voters in our states and across the country are voting on issues that affect them, their communities and their children's future. We believe that they will decide that Hillary is the candidate who best understands those issues and has the best solutions to address them.

We Democrats are justifiably proud of both of our candidates, and if Senator Obama is our Party's nominee, we will enthusiastically support him. But our responsibility is not to choose simply to support the eventual nominee; it is to help select the nominee who is best for our party and best for our country. Our choice is clear: Hillary Clinton is that candidate. We believe she should be your choice as well.

Thank you for consideration.


Rep. Michael Arcuri (NY-24)
Rep. Shelley Berkley (NV-01)
Rep. Marion Berry (AR-1)
Rep. Henry Cuellar (TX-28)
Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand (NY-20)
Rep. Gene Green (TX -29)
Rep. John Hall (NY-19)
Rep. Darlene Hooley (OR-5)
Rep. Kendrick B. Meek (FL-17)
Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones (OH-11)
Rep. Silvestre Reyes (TX-16)
Rep. Mike Ross (AR-4)
Rep. Joe Sestak (PA-8)
Rep. Ike Skelton (MO-4)
Rep. John Tanner (TN-8)
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-20)

Tags: Ask me my opinion of black people., Democrats, Hillary Clinton, Us Congress Representatives (all tags)



Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Time to move on kid.

by Cheebs 2008-05-09 09:34AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Without the kid & Clinton supporters

There will be No President Barack Obama.

Sometimes we have to remind people like
cheebs this fact.

By the way kid, Obama needs the Clinton base more than ever. Okay kid.

by labanman 2008-05-09 09:37AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Is that a threat?

by venician 2008-05-09 09:39AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Is reality that hostile to you?

by DTaylor 2008-05-09 09:43AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

No its not a threat.

Its a reminder that people like you, Venecian, are a liability to Obama.

Obama can win the White House without people like you.

You are you cousing Cheebs enjoy the ridicule instead of reaching out to clinton supporters.

Remember that.

" Without Clinton supporters, there will be No Barack Obama".

You are a liability to the Obama campaign. You are creating enemies instead of bringing people together.

Go home. Take a nap.

by labanman 2008-05-09 09:44AM | 0 recs
*snerk* some people have to be clever

... but there's no mileage in being clever in such a way that it pisses off everyone.

I think i'll diary about that tommorrow. There are clever ways to attack someone's position without getting everyone else's feathers all ruffled.

by RisingTide 2008-05-09 09:48AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

You seem to think that the Clinton supporters on this site, hold some kind of super power over all clinton suppoters. This place is a bubble and a very small one. They have ZERO influence on the population at large. And if people are posting on this DEMOCRATIC site, are threating to vote McCain, then they should get the hell off this site. At this point, if you are not voting for the DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE, on this site you will be considered a TROLL.

by venician 2008-05-09 10:15AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary

it is not a threat

it is a promise

by WolfmanJack 2008-05-09 11:53AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary
Please take your marbles and go home then.
This site is for DEMOCRATS not DINOs.
by venician 2008-05-09 01:14PM | 0 recs
You speak the truth, Brother!

all for one, and one for all!

by RisingTide 2008-05-09 09:47AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

BTW, Clinton would need Obama's BIGGER base more.

I say would need, because this is over and she has lost.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:18AM | 0 recs

at least there are some people who are thinking about the General and the need to win this election against McCain.

I thank these members of congress for not taking the easy way out--which they could have.  Apparently the win in the General is more important that jumping on the bandwagon.

by 4justice 2008-05-09 09:39AM | 0 recs
Well said 4justice, thank you

The widespread belief among Obama supporters that he will have an easy time beating McCain in the  general election is astonishing.

If you look at the support for Obama, he'll have a steep uphill battle winning the two biggest swing states - Ohio, because it is blue-collar, and Florida, because it is elderly. Some even believe he should just write off Florida and focus his energies elsewhere.

by phoenixdreamz 2008-05-09 10:00AM | 0 recs
Re: Well said 4justice, thank you

you mean those "hard working, white Americans?"

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:19AM | 0 recs
I believe I've addressed you before

regarding fanning the flames like you are, and pointed out the self destructive nature of them, but have it your way.

by phoenixdreamz 2008-05-09 10:27AM | 0 recs
Re: I believe I've addressed you before

who is sounding elitest now?

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:44AM | 0 recs
Oh, what the heck

I can't resist.

"typical white people"


by phoenixdreamz 2008-05-09 10:30AM | 0 recs
Re: Oh, what the heck

gee, you're right, she never said that.

Put both of these comments in the context of what was completely said.

But I understand your problem. Its called denial.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:46AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Texas darlin, Stop with the TR abuse.

by venician 2008-05-09 09:42AM | 0 recs
Time to grow up
by linc 2008-05-09 10:00AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

One last pathetic try to over turn the will of the voters. She is only damaging what little credibility she has left.

by venician 2008-05-09 09:35AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

She is about to win by over 40 points on 3 days, another 30 points the following week.

What damaged credibility ?

" There will be No President Barack Obama without Clinton supporters"

Be nice. No need to make accusations of the " will of the people"

Obama has NOT clinch the nomination. In fact, he is about to lose by 40 points in 3 days.

Be nice.

by labanman 2008-05-09 09:41AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

yes, she owns the non-hardworking, white, i married my sister vote. Those totals are expected and she will get a net +8 delegates out of them.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 09:47AM | 0 recs
you did NOT just say that last bit.

take that back. Please, I've been to west virginia.

And you embarrass us ALL by saying "I married my sister"

It's ... dorky.

Now, in some actual family trees, you do see the same woman giving birth within nine months of herself -- this is what we call teenage pregnancy, in the modern world.

by RisingTide 2008-05-09 09:50AM | 0 recs
Re: you did NOT just say that last bit.

its lampooning her her "hardworking/white" support.

The race card seems to be the only think she has left.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:05AM | 0 recs
It is something that many people would find insult

ing. even those not hillary supporters.

and it didn't come across humorously enough.

I find a ;-) good tool to show humorous intent.

by RisingTide 2008-05-09 10:32AM | 0 recs
And West Viginia thanks you for your

assinine caricature, IowaMike:

non-hardworking, white, i married my sister vote

I would brush off a well worn word for you, but "elitist" just doesn't come close.

by Rumarhazzit 2008-05-09 09:58AM | 0 recs
What now?

I am pretty sure he is going to be the nominee, and for argument's sake, assuming he is, how do you begin to rally the support of Clinton loyalists?  Obviously you cannot win an election as a Democrat without support from both constituencies, so again assuming he is the nominee, where do we go from here?

If the argument is he has not won yet, I agree, but am posing a looming but hypothetical situation.

by mady 2008-05-09 09:50AM | 0 recs
Re: What now?

I'll take a crack at that?

First, he is telling the Supers, DON'T PUSH HER OUT!

Senator Clinton has a couple of HUGE Victories upcoming, good for her?

Secondly, he will retire her debt from his funding?

Thirdly, when the dust settles, Senator Obama WILL CALL both Hillary and Bill and ask them not only for thier support, but to meet with them, and to help him campaign AND to help him unify the party?

Look, anyone that tells you Obama can win WITHOUT the Clintons is just as crazy as all these Democrats posting how they are going to vote for McCain?

He needs Hillary, and, more importantly, he needs Bill to campaign for him? And, Bill has to be hurting with the upset in the black community?

So, right now, Bill want's Hillary to fight to the last breath?

But, and again this is just my take, if asked NO ONE will campaign harder then Bill for the nominee?

Lastly, the VP?

My take is, WHY would she want it?

IF she is convinced he is going to lose, better to get out of the way?

IF he wins, how old we she be when Obama's term is over?

My take is, she might feel she is either better postitioned to run in 2012 (if he loses) in the Senate, or if he wins, to be come Majority Leader?

Now will that be ENOUGH for her supporters?

A lot of them, folks like LinFar and Little Otter and all those crazies at Hillaryis44, nope, I think they will do ANYTHING they can to punish Obama for taking away Hillary's presidency?

But, SOME of the Clinton loyalists can be won over.

I think, if he treats the Clintons themselves with dignity and respect, that is a start?

Oh, and lastly, don't confuse Obama with his nutty supporters, especially here?

I don't judge Senator Clinton by what I have read here.....

by WashStateBlue 2008-05-09 10:05AM | 0 recs
Re: What now?

That is definitely a start.  The snottier Obama supporters need to chill, I agree.  

I think you are right about Hillary and Bill and mending bridges directly there.  I'm not sure how possible it will be, this campaign has been so unique in taking two totally underrepresented groups and giving each a shot at the presidency; it was bound to be a pretty desperate situation. The two of them have spent their lives working for this party though, and when respect is offered and help requested, I am sure they will come through.  

I think it would take me a while to get my good will back if I were on the losing side of this, and it just seems very condescending to offer anything to Hillary's supporters until this plays out and everyone has made their decision on what their stance will be in the general election.  I hope that we do not lose too many Democratic voters.

by mady 2008-05-09 10:22AM | 0 recs
Re: What now?

"I hope that we do not lose too many Democratic voters."

We can't afford to, and all those people telling me "John McCain ain't that bad" I got a name for them

USSC Justice Orrin Hatch!

I have been going to the USSC for a hobby for about 7 years, I see, 1-2 cases per year.

Anyone that is NOT paying attention there is crazy, Alito and Roberts have pulled the court to the tipping point, and Kennedy is NO liberal.

God Bless John Paul Stevens, but he can't last for ever?

And Ruth Ginsburg, she also?

No one can imagine what two more Alitos on that court can to do our to family rights, our civil rights, our privacy?

It's not even mostly about Roe v. Wade, though that would fall.

It's about the fact, these guys never meet a corporation they didn't like more then people?

by WashStateBlue 2008-05-09 10:35AM | 0 recs
Re: What now?

Oh, I agree with you, but you just can't tell anyone who to vote for, people come to it on their own.  Voting is as much about comfort and affinity as about logic.

And by the way, as someone for whom the death  panalty issue is way at the top of my concerns, I am not really happy with Bill Clinton's appointees.  I would hope for better from either Hillary or Obama, both of whom stand to the left of Bill, although neither has a particularly good stand on criminal justice issues.

by mady 2008-05-09 10:42AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

She is supposed to win those two states big. She'll net about 15 delegates, and still lose the nomination because its not nearly enough to catch him.

Obama wins Oregon, South Dakota, and probably Montana. She also wins (the non-GE voting) PR. She still loses.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:23AM | 0 recs
Then she should campaign like hell...

...for them.

by Lieber 2008-05-09 09:35AM | 0 recs
Re: Then she should campaign like hell...

Its over.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:48AM | 0 recs
What's over?

by Lieber 2008-05-09 06:21PM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Glad to see her supporters are standing behind her?

Though, I have to say, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-20)is a total turncoat?

She refuses to support other Democrats running in her state, because of her "Loyality" to Florida Republicans collegues she knows?

She's really a DINO in my book.

by WashStateBlue 2008-05-09 09:37AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Ahhh. That'd be why Obama's got coattails already, and why he's scored more Congressional/Senatorial people behind him, I suppose?

by ragekage 2008-05-09 09:40AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

This is more of the "B.O. can't get the southern white vote" crap.

I never thought the party could be held hostage by the bigot vote.

by cherrygarcia 2008-05-09 09:41AM | 0 recs
Republicans are now a Regional Party

we are NOT held hostage by people who won't vote for us.

by RisingTide 2008-05-09 09:51AM | 0 recs
Re: Republicans are now a Regional Party

More people have already not voted for Hillary.

Its over.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:48AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

I didn't major in geography, but I am pretty sure NY, PA, and Ohio are in the south.

by Mayor McCheese 2008-05-09 09:51AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

correcion are NOT in the south.

by Mayor McCheese 2008-05-09 09:54AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

If I never hear or see phrases like important states and important voters again I'll die a happy man. The reason Barack Obama is where he is in this contest is because he has worked hard in every state and for every vote. All states and all votes are important.

And with respect to Congresswoman Hooley perhaps she should check the polling in her own state which shows Senator Obama carrying it easily and Senator Clinton barely hanging on to it. Of course she is retiring so maybe she feels she can insult Oregonians by continuing this nonsense about important states and important voters.

by Obama Independent 2008-05-09 09:42AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

And treated Republican votes as just as important as Democratic party votes.

There is a reason Team Obama doesn't want us to look at which voters are which....



Maybe they should start a party for him...

by DTaylor 2008-05-09 09:46AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

A vote is a vote come Fall.  It is important to get voters, no matter who they are registered for.

You're bitter.

by Lawyerish 2008-05-09 09:51AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Are Republicans, third party members, and Independents not able to cast a vote in November? Is this an election for the President of the Democrats or the President of the United States? Because if they can vote in November and we are trying to elect a President of everyone then they are just as important as Democrats.

by Obama Independent 2008-05-09 09:51AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Wait...I don't get it.

Is Obama an unelectable creature of the far left, as you asserted in another diary?

Or is he a GOP sellout?

by Democratic Unity 2008-05-09 09:51AM | 0 recs
Interestingly enough,

obama is now winning liberals, where he wasn't in Ohio and such.

Bases apparently change over time.

You're right, in that he's winning 'new voters'. I just don't think they are all Indies -- I heard from some folks in PA who never wanted to register democratic because of local elections.

Hell, I do know someone who hasn't voted anything but democratic except when he can personally vouch for the Republican (and again not in legislative contests). He was registered Independent for work.

by RisingTide 2008-05-09 09:53AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Um,if you haven't noticed, she is losing.

This is over.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:49AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

by Zeitgeist9000 2008-05-09 09:45AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Not in Iowa.

Polling here shows Obama beating McCain, McCain beating Clinton.

BTW, only 16 congress people would sign it? where are all of her other supporters in congress. Are they distancing themselves since her big loss and her hardworking/white comment?

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 09:46AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

She has a minority of Senators, a minority of Governors, and a minority of House members supporting her.  

by politicsmatters 2008-05-09 09:52AM | 0 recs
List of Bush states - senate 06/08

Virginia: Obama won
Missouri: Obama won
Montana: Obama favored
Ohio: Hillary won

2008 top red state races:
Alaska: Obama won
Mississippi: Obama won
Texas: Split
Louisiana: Obama won
Virginia: Obama won
New Mexico: Hillary barely won
Colorado: Obama won
North Carolina: Obama won
Nebraska: Obama won - will probably seriously contest 1-2 CD in 2008

That's Obama 10, Hillary 2, Tie 1

by Democratic Unity 2008-05-09 09:50AM | 0 recs
Re: List of Bush states - senate 06/08

Woah, enough with the facts!  You'll confuse and anger people.

by Lawyerish 2008-05-09 09:53AM | 0 recs
How biased of you

don't you know that 2 is more than 10?

by bigdavefromqueens 2008-05-09 10:00AM | 0 recs
Re: How biased of you

the 2 are the only ones that count.

by IowaMike 2008-05-09 10:51AM | 0 recs
Re: List of Bush states - senate 06/08

you're not really trying to imply just because Obama won the primaries in in Montana, Alaska and Mississippi and Nebraska that he's gonna come anywhere close to winning those states, right?  Obama wins states with either huge black vote, or states where Democrats will never win in the general anyway.

by DiamondJay 2008-05-09 11:31AM | 0 recs
Re: List of Bush states - senate 06/08


No. You're 100% right. There is absolutely no correlation between primary wins and general election performance.

But I'm adopting the Clinton campaign's MORON RETARD logic for a second and playing their game with their rules.

by Democratic Unity 2008-05-09 09:17PM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

In Missiouri Obama barely won. You might want to mention that as well.

by Mayor McCheese 2008-05-09 09:52AM | 0 recs
so sad.

You guys totally embarrassed yourselves.

At least use someone who has some respect in the Democratic world, Taylor Marsh has to be the silliest.

Keep writing letters like that, and mention all the stuff about whites and women not voting for obama.
You guys are not only digging her grave and kicking her in, you are hurting her future political career.

by GeorgeP922 2008-05-09 09:54AM | 0 recs
Re: so sad.

Taylor Marsh is a racist pig. If Hitler came to power today, she'd get behind him solidly.

by Democratic Unity 2008-05-09 09:18PM | 0 recs
Yep hillary won the close states

Wisconsin - closest state in 2004 -

Yep she's won them all.

And that Barack Obama, who won Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Kentucky,

by bigdavefromqueens 2008-05-09 09:59AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Age has played a huge role in this election, and in my (admittedly totally unscientific) survey of voter opinion I've noticed something striking: many voters who are over the age of 45 basically think Obama can't win because he's black; many voters who are under the age of 45 find the above concept incredibly insulting (and not just to their candidate but the nation at large).

We'll find out.  The best reason for optimisim: not only do the Dems have a ten-point advantage in party id over the Republicans this year, but in all of the head-to-head matchups which show Clinton and Obama, respectively, going against McCain, since the primary started there has been this group, approx. 10%, of Dems who said they'd vote for Clinton but not Obama--and STILL Clinton and Obama are basically running neck and neck against McCain.

What's happening?  Obama gets more indies and crossover Republicans.  The Dems have a very strong wind behind them this year.  So, while I'm certainly hoping Dems will unite behind Obama if he's the candidate, if some fraction of Clinton dead enders won't do this 1) Obama could still win; 2) these Clinton supporters will be following through on a threat they've really made (according to polls) since before January.

What I find a tad depressing is the prospect that some Clinton supporters will want Obama to lose, from some feeling that this might "clear the deck" and allow Clinton to run again in 2012.  Simple story.  If Obama loses because Dems take a dive, this will show up in polling, clearly, and this rift will survive past the election.  Obama, clearly, is not Kerry (about whom most Dem voters, let's face it, were rather ambivilent).

Not expecting the above will change any minds, of course, but Clinton's political viability, at this point, probably turns on Obama supporters thinking she did everything she could to get him elected (just as his chances to win the general depend upon her doing this).

Each needs the other.  Both could cause the other to fail.  And if the latter happens, this would be no accomplishment.  

by IncognitoErgoSum 2008-05-09 09:59AM | 0 recs
Actually, this is fine. Nobody is taking seriously

at this point any argument that Barack Obama should be denied the nomination through some electability argument.

Battle on. Hillary will take West Virginia and Kentucky by large margins, and it won't matter a wit. It's expected, and it's baked into everyone's calculations.

As for bringing the party together. There are Hillary supporters we will never bring into the fold. Linfar and Texas Darlin might be in that group but who knows. I have hope. :-) However, they are not typical. Most Hillary supporters are reasonable people who know that any difference between Obama and Clinton is dwarfed by the difference between either and McCain. Will there be a "spite vote"? Sure. But there's not much you can do about that and it will be really small.

The way forward is to focus on McCain and make our case. By June we'll be comparing Obama and McCain, scheduling Obama/McCain debates and working really hard to put a Democrat in the White House. Everyone is welcome to help, but it's entirely voluntary.

by Travis Stark 2008-05-09 10:17AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

Just because Obama won primaries or caucuses in Republican states doesn't mean he'd win against the Republican--McCain--in November. That's just a foolish thought.

by LA 2008-05-09 10:57AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems YEP!

Thanks for posting some good sense! It's good that some people still have their eye on the ball -- ie November -- and are looking at real figures.

Given all the controversy and pressure from bots, I expect that many Congresspeople see the same thing, but are laying low and keeping their options open till August.

by 1950democrat 2008-05-09 10:58AM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog

Yep, I think so tooo.

by linfar 2008-05-09 02:40PM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for Swing State Dems

If Clinton supporters want Obama supporters to respect them and treat them civilly then they need to stop acting totally irrational about the political state of affairs right now.

The same way that the supers are informing Hillary that she can stay in this "race" or let's say keep competing in contests (for the race is over) as long as she doesn't continue to smear Obama. If she does, than they will urge her to leave.

I think, though that she will choose to behave rationally, as should her supporters.

by april34fff 2008-05-09 11:04AM | 0 recs
Hang in there Hillary

Sooner (I hope) or later (that could be a problem)the voters will realize that you are the one with all the right stuff!

by The Smoldering Crone 2008-05-09 12:41PM | 0 recs
Re: Hang in there Hillary

Amen to this!! Great post, Linfar.

by pan230oh 2008-05-09 01:12PM | 0 recs
Re: Hang in there Hillary

Hi SC,

I think in West Virginia we will the voters say it's Hillary whose got the goods :)

by linfar 2008-05-09 02:39PM | 0 recs
Re: Hillary Is Top Dog for

Nice to see yu, pan :) thanks

by linfar 2008-05-09 02:38PM | 0 recs


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