Saturday, November 1, 2008


Please watch this video if you want to understand why Hillary did not get the nomination. Add to what is said on the video that ACORN carried bus loads of Obama maniacs to those caucuses and they not only voted illegally but they scared Hillary people away.

Below is the link. Just copy and paste it in your browser window.


odocoileus said...

You have two choices:

Switch over the Republican party and turn them away from their self destructive path of right wing extemism.


Start working with a Democratic party that's being remade in Obama's image.

Griping about what did or didn't go in the caucuses is pointless. Obama had the best organized, most focused campaign. Most experts, Republican and Democrat, agree on this.

Happy election day!

Barbara LeBey said...

I am not a socialist nor do I want to take the money away from people who earn it to give to those who don't as chosen by Obama. But your point about turning Republicans away from their right wing extremism is valid and one I will seriously consider. Thank you.

Logical said...

Hey Barbara your President is Barack Hussein Obama! What are you going to do now? Move to Canada?

Barbara LeBey said...

Logical, I am going to hope he does a credible job and helps to defend this country and turn the economy around. I am thrilled that he chose Rahm Emmanuel for his Chief of Staff. That is a good sign. I fought as hard as I could. I lost. Now, it's time to fall in line.

Anonymous said...

I am a bit concerned about the comment regarding the Democratic Party being remade in Obama's image.

It makes me uneasy when any party looks to image rather substance. The whole point of any party is its plurality. I do not agree with Obama on everything and certainly am not going to change my views to suit his, and yet I will not go across to the Republicans, because I feel more comfortable with my core beliefs as a Democrat than as a Republican. It would appear that I differ on many issues with President-Elect Obama, but I am completely out of step with Republicans.

You can still hold core beliefs as a Democrat and still vote Democrat even though you do not like the leadership. I would say it is a case of voting party over person. The day that any person of any party dominates it, you might as well pack up your bags and go home.

No one person is bigger than the party they are in. It is the party that makes the person, not the other way around.

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