I said so many times that I would support her if she is the nominee. There is no excuse for her to be siding with Republicans against the front runner of the Democratic primary. NONE. I don't care how badly you or she want to win. I really don't. This has been beyond unacceptable.
I hear so many Clinton supporters here insulting Kerry, insulting Pelosi, insulting Dean and Daschle. Richardson, Brazile.. your camp has begun to sound like Redstate.com.
The use of ridiculous sources like World Net Daily cannot be forgotten. The use of those right-wing sources is simply disturbing, and becoming increasingly acceptable amongst the likes of Marsh Limbaugh and her ditto-heads.
I'm still praying that prominent pro-Clinton bloggers will wake up and remind their comrades that we are still Democrats. DEMOCRATS. Not Republicans.
Say what you will, at least Obama has been consistent in this whole mess. Clinton and Obama had the same position at first! Clinton flip-flopped when it suited her. She was against letting FL/MI have an early vote when it ticks off Iowa/NH/SC/NV, then she's for it when the states that were authorized to vote early already voted and couldn't take it back.
She spoke up about seating the delegates after she saw polls and after Iowa/New Hampshire/Nevada had already voted. She was waiting for the states that were given permission to vote before February 5th, then she decided to speak up about Michigan and Florida.
Would we be in this position if Clinton stood up for Florida and Michigan last year? Maybe not. But she didn't stand up. She stood silent rather than risk her chances in the other pre-February5th states. Now she's speaking up, and she's loud- she's doing it now when she can't offend the voters in states that were given permission to vote before Super Tuesday.