Bush's speech before the Knesset was an attack on all of his political opponents. They were especially focussed on Obama, as Bush's aides admitted, but they could have easily been read as an attack on Clinton as well.
I wasn't someone who was howling. I was glad that she did respond. However, I don't think her speaking out against that is very comparable to what we are talking about here. It was a defense of the Democratic party more than it was a defense of Obama specifically.
Obama stopped a revote. It will come out in books so why deny reality.
It will only come out that way in history books if people like you succeed in spreading that misinformation. That is why I'm pushing back against this now. Last time I checked, Gov. Crist was not in the legislature.
If Obama had fought every day for a revote or if he had opposed it every day it would not have made a difference either way. The Republicans in the MI and FL legislatures were never going to let a revote happen. It was far too advantageous for them to let us all fight about it like you continue to do.
There are several reasons that a DNC sanctioned election did not happen in MI and FL. The 'supposed' opposition to the idea by Obama is not one of those reasons.
I am too. But I realized that that I was disenfranchised way back in 2007 when the RBC voted almost unanimously to strip the delegates from my state. I knew then that I would not get a fair say in choosing the nominee.
I was upset about that. I am more upset however by people trying to game the system to their advantage after the voting began. I was told repeatedly that the election in my state would not count for anything. Allocating delegates for an unfair election after the fact does not enfranchise me, it doubly disenfranchises me.
You don't get to play the victim here. There are other perspectives besides yours.