The Agony of Defeat


Senator Clinton, in an e-mail to supporters, has announced that she will end her race to the White House. She plans on holding an event in Washington on Saturday to finally endorse Senator Obama.

Warning: What follows is an angry rant containing explatives.

I’m sorry to have to say this, but what a bitch. Can you imagine the shit-storm this woman would have created had the tables been turned. To deny Senator Obama the victory for four days because your ego won’t let you admit defeat is beyond comprehension. The headlines Tuesday night should have read “Historic Win for Barack Obama the First Black Democratic Nominee for President!”. Instead we have been bombarded with, “What Does Hillary Want?”. I don’t give a damn what she wants. What I want is for her, Bill and Chelsea to go far, far away. As for the vice presidency; forget about it. The same reasons as to why she shouldn’t be president apply as to why she cannot claim the no. 2 position. Senator Obama’s entire campaign is based on change. Hillary is the polar oposite of change. She brings nothing new to the table. Former President Jimmy Carter stated it best:

“I think it would be the worst mistake that could be made,” said Carter. “That would just accumulate the negative aspects of both candidates.”

The other problem with Clinton being on the ticket is the amount of baggage this woman has. Large baggage in the form of her husband, Bill. He is a major liability to have in anyone’s campaign. He almost derailed his wife’s campaign on a number of occasions.
Now is the time to look forward. Defeating John McCain in the general election is our goal. Senator Clinton can either hop on the bus and work towards that goal or she can go sit quietly on some isolated island somewhere in the Pacific. And that’s all I have to say about that.

Obama ’08

  1 comment for “The Agony of Defeat

  1. June 17, 2008 at 7:15 pm

    seVen d00d:

    I AGREE with your assessment of Hillary as a candidate for ANY office anywhere near the Whitehouse. Not a good choice, no doubt.

    HOWEVER, it does pain me to see that you are citing the opinion of former President Jimmy Carter. He is a schlub.
    If he could ONLY keep his ancient incompetent hands off the international foreign policy scene, life as we know it would be BETTER.

    He sold the Panama Canal back to the Panamanians for a string of beads and some plantain sandwiches, and now the Chinese are investing in the most strategic waterway in the Western Hemisphere, THANKS JIMMY YOU OLD DICK!

    Want to quote someone smart and effective, better choices are to be had than Jimmy, fersher.
    You might quote the opinions of:
    – Former CIA Director Jim Woolsey
    – Actor Ernest Borgnine
    – Actor/Director Clint Eastwood
    – Author Tom Clancy
    – Columnist George F. Will

    THEN you’d be referring to what a smart person with the appropriate viewpoint has to say…

    Hell, I’d rather know Billy Carter’s opinion than his brother’s…

    One more point of agreement between us:
    as you say “or she can go sit quietly on some isolated island somewhere in the Pacific”,

    Yes!, let her do this in 4 feet of salty Pacific water, while holding a bloody chunk of beef, so that perhaps a wandering SHARK will find her and put the citizens of NY state out of their misery, and us too.

    Thanks for blogging.
    a guy

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