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June 24, 2008

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Hillary Clinton Supporters YOU Are Welcome In The GOP

Barack Obama tells Hillary Clinton supporters to 'get over it'

Senator Barack Obama has angered senior allies of his vanquished Democratic rival Senator Hillary Clinton by telling them to "get over it".

Barack Obama is trying to woo Hillary Clinton's supporters
At a meeting with members of the Congressional Black Caucus last week, reported by ABC News, Mr Obama urged women who had backed Mrs Clinton to support him against John McCain, the Republican nominee.

"If women take a moment to realise that on every issue important to women, John McCain is not in their corner, that would help them get over it," he said, according to Congresswoman Yvette Clark. Yeah Right!

The phrase "get over it" was viewed as dismissive by some of those present. "Don't use that terminology," Congresswoman Diane Watson told him.

Such raw tension at the meeting underlined the difficulties Mr Obama has to overcome when wooing Mrs Clinton's supporters in advance of their first joint public appearance in New Hampshire on Friday.

The self-consciously symbolic venue for their show of togetherness will be the small town of Unity, where Mr Obama and Mrs Clinton each received 107 votes in the state's primary contest in January. They will have held a joint fundraising event at Washington's Mayflower Hotel the previous evening.

Some of Mr Obama's advisers believe that Mrs Clinton's supporters have been sore losers while the former First Lady's camp is frustrated that plans to help her repay campaign debts of more than $10 million have not yet ben finalised.



President Bill Clinton has yet to endorse Mr Obama and during a speech to the US Conference of Mayors on Sunday mentioned the Democratic nominee just once - to praise him for supporting a programme started during the Clinton administration.

At a Bronx high school graduation ceremony, the closest Mrs Clinton came to mentioning Mr Obama was when she said: "No one five years ago, or four years ago, could have conceived that an African-American and a woman would be competing for the president of the United States."

There are bruised feelings in the Obama camp too. At the Congressional Black Caucus meeting, he said pointedly that "there's healing on both sides" to be done.

He reminded the congressmen and women that he had held his tongue even when Clinton allies had falsely suggested he was a Muslim and when the candidate herself had said he was not ready to be commander-in-chief.

Mr Obama dispatched his wife Michelle to Washington at the weekend in an attempt to mend bridges. Mrs Obama spoke to the National Partnership for Women & Families, whose board members include the prominent Clinton supporters Ellen Malcolm, Judith Lichtman and Cheryl Mills.

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Can you believe the audacity of this guy? Get Over It? I think Harriet up there in the video at the top of this page said it best. Well I'm here to welcome all you disenfranchized Hillay Clinton supporters a new home in the GOP. We are a big tent and Barack Obama isnt what you guy's are looking for in a President. You guy's need John McCain, Hillary's long time ally. Because I think you guy's know as well as we do that Barack Obama does NOT have the experience to run this Country especially while we are at War, Oil prices skyrocketing, Getting our dependence on Forein Oil to come to an end, Bringing our Troops home Victorious, and the stakes in this election are just to high. So come on over and join us in defeating Barack Obama :-)



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8 Comments:

Blogger Gayle said...

Obama can't help showing how arrogant he is, Marie. After all, that's who he is! I'm just glad he continues to screw up... may he continue to do so. LOL!

June 24, 2008 4:24 PM  
Blogger J_G said...

Now if we only had a candidate that could take advange of all the mistakes this idiot Obama is making.

June 24, 2008 10:13 PM  
Blogger J_G said...

To finish the thought; we spend so much time pointing out all the stupid things Obama says and does. He's a committed socialist, he's an arrogant leftist that knows better what's good for you and your family better than you do. All of that and we stand and have nothing to say for the Republican party candidate because he's only slightly better of a choice than Obama.

Gosh, this sucks because everytime I sit down to write something I just get so disgusted and go talk tractors over my friend's tractor forum. I have a new post over at my Made in USA blog but I just can't seem to post anything positive because both candidates aren't the better man.Out of 350 million people in this country this is the best we can do? McCain and his team are just as big of idiots as Obama. Sorry for the downer Marie but I can't help the way I feel about this election. The Obama commie will ruin this country and McCain isn't much better. sheesh!

June 24, 2008 10:24 PM  
Blogger Sphynx said...

Hey, noticing the floor is red here, so I'll try to maintain civility in my reply, since I'm sure I'm gonna be the small voice in this....

Why are Clinton's Women voting for McCain? That's the question both candidates should ask themselves. If it's because they felt a loss due to the "Entitlement" they perceived Clinton as having, something perpetuated by the Media since before the campaign even began, then Obama is 100% accurate in his "get over it" comment.

I talked to alot of women, asking them why they wanted Clinton in office. And I mean a LOT of women. And no exaggeration at all, at least 90% of them replied with a "It's about time to have a woman in office" as a reply.

Nothing about issues, experience, history, past-legislation, stance on women's rights, etc. It was gender based. When they lost, every single one of them complained, not about the 'better candidate', but because the one chance a woman had for being in office was gone.

Was Obama right? Maybe, maybe not. Now I hear the main reason (the 20% or so that decided to vote McCain) that their choice is, again, not based on issues, but either Entitlement (DNC screwed us! Obama screwd us!), or a smaller percent that say it's because Obama's 12 years of Legislation isn't a good amount of experience.

Personally, I think he was right. Women voting for McCain are deciding with their heart, not their heads. Bruised Ego over Logic. Nothing wrong with that, but childish reasons are definitely a "get over it" reason.

Of course, right now, none of the women I spoke with, who were planning on voting for McCain will do so. I showed them all "Laura" his first wife. His less than 1% bottom-of-the-class graduation vs Obama's strong fight for Women's Rights and Top of the Class from Harvard. I showed him his fight against women's rights, and then the one thing that got all of them. The unelectability of Clinton in 2012.

Seems the one advantage McCain has on Clinton women is the odd belief that she will re-run in 2012, and so get into office then. "If not now, 2012". That requires the Republican to win.

The best way for McCain to win them over is thus, offer Clinton the VP (and her accepting it), returning her electability(Entitlement) in 2012 back to her. But can he have the most hated, by Republicans, candidate for Presidency, a Democrat, as VP and still maintain the Republican votes, or would he lose more than he would gain?

I think that question answers itself... It's a no-win situation for McCain this coming election. As even Republicans are realizing. It's impossible to not see all the flaws in McCain, whereas Obama seems to be flawless in everything except his supposed "arrogance/ego". (Alternate views on issues are not flaws, they're just different opinions).

Even if I was Republican, which I'm not, I'm 100% independent, I see only 1 choice for the coming election. Obama.

June 25, 2008 12:39 AM  
Blogger DD2 aka Debonair Dude said...

The V.P. chances for Hillary are growing dimmer and dimmer every day.
But I think that Hillary Clinton's supporters will vote for Obama.

June 25, 2008 8:07 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Gayle,

I just cant believe the people that see no wrong in ANYTHING Obama does!

They have bought into this lunatic hook, line, and sinker.

Well I hope all the Hillary supporters turn around and vote for McCain so we dont have 4 years of ruining this Country to look forward to.
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Jenn,

You make it so damn hard to be a McCain supporter.

How about voting for McCain as a vote against Obama? lol
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Sphynx,

Well thank you for being civil.

Yes Obama is arrogant. He's the most arrogant person I have ever seen.

He has no plans except tax the American people to death, bring our Troops home regardless of the outcome for our Troops or the Iraqi people, and implementing all the Liberal ideals into our way of life which half the Country does NOT want.

Not to mention going back to taking a police action mentality toward the War On Terror which is exactly how we got into this predicament to begin with.

Even Hillary isnt that damn stupid! Well, then again her husband is the reason we are at war today.

We dont even know Obama, all we know is he's a Radical Liberal with a Jackbatty Pastor, connections to some pretty shady characters the likes of William Ayers the terrorist, and Tony Rezko the rip off.

All in all he think's his S*** doesnt stink and he thinks that just because he's black he's entitled to run the Country.

NO WAY CHARLIE! Not for me!
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DD,

Well I hope not, I hope the Hillary supporters who got disenfranchised will hop on the John McCain boat.

June 25, 2008 8:01 PM  
Blogger Uncle Pavian said...

Hey, Marie--
What are you going to do now that Google is removing all the NObama blogs from Blogger? You've been pretty anti B-O since he first surfaced.
And you tell me my address is hard to keep up with.

June 29, 2008 4:18 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Uncle P,

I dont know.

I suppose report this to Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, O'Reilly?

Someone who can do something about this I guess.

July 01, 2008 1:35 PM  

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