I don't think anyone is saying to stop talking about Hillary, or Bill. I have the utmost respect for both.
It's just that the primaries are over, and unless she becomes the VP, she's really not going to be as relevant as she used to be until the GE comes creeping closer and she starts campaigning and stumping for Obama. That's just how it's going to be.
Jerome likes Hillary, and that's fine. But, he still seems to be stuck in primary mode, and wants to be stuck there until November. If he truly cared about "Crashing The Gate", he would be doing it with the rest of us, instead of constantly dreaming about how it could of been.
But you were certainly awake enough yesterday to post McCain internet ads, then pretend to be interested in what Obama would do about it.
I'm sorry, but unless she is offered the VP and accepts, we really aren't going to be hearing much from Hillary up until the general election. That's the sad truth, and if you're going to feign indifference, then so be it.
Just make sure that you continue your self imposed slumber next time you get a "IZ OBAMA TEH DUM? YEZ OR NOEZ?" pop up ad.
perception. Sheesh. What is wrong with you? I am pointing out that this type of talk from the Obama campaign will continue to alienate voters.
Then maybe your perception needs to change, because I don't see what you're getting at.
I don't claim to speak for anyone in OH or FL, but to be honest, this would make me want to go out and volunteer, register more Democrats, or at least make the effort to convince people to vote Democratic in the fall. If they say their roadmap doesn't necessarily need to go through my state, then I would want to make sure that it does.
And, I agree with the others when they say that you're reading too much into that particular comment, but I fail to see how it would turn anyone off, in either context.