Clinton Digs Herself in Deeper

In the beginning, I was a fair supporter of Hillary. I thought she had the chops to do the job, and would be professional, honest, and hard working.

But as this race winds down, and for all intents and purposes, it’s over, she’s getting more vicious, more whacked, and just plain Not Making Any Sense.

I give as the latest example, as reported via ABCnews blogger Jake Tapper:

In Florida today, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., vociferously pushed her argument that the disqualified contests in Michigan and Florida should count, even though the DNC said the contests didn’t count, no candidate campaigned in either state, and Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., along with many other Democratic candidates, was not even on the Michigan ballot.

“I believe the Democratic Party must count these votes. They should count them exactly as they were cast,” she said in Palm Beach County, per ABC News’ Eloise Harper, apparently meaning that she should receive more than 300,000 votes from Michigan and Obama should receive zero.

In Sunrise, Fla., Clinton assailed countries “where votes don’t count. People go through the motions of an election only to have it discarded and disregarded. We’re seeing that right now in Zimbabwe — tragically an election was held, the president lost, they refused to abide by the will of the people. So we can never take for granted our precious right to vote.”

As GC said… “Wait, WHAT?” Not only does this comparison make no sense whatsoever, but as Jake says later in his post, Clinton didn’t make an issue of this until she started losing so badly, AND her own advisor, who is on the DNC rules and regulations committee, voted not to count Michigan and Florida’s votes. Continuing from there, the states themselves broke the rules, as they themselves say, to try and bolster their position in the election process. The DNS’s rules are there for a reason. Break the rules, you don’t get seated. Done and done.

Mrs. Clinton, shut the hell up. You’re doing a disservice to yourself, the democratic party, and the entire election process. How you can possibly think what you’re doing is positive for any American besides yourself (and even then I disagree) I cannot fathom.

Dave Shevett


A wandering geek. Toys, shiny things, pursuits and distractions.

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2 thoughts on “Clinton Digs Herself in Deeper

  1. I completely agree. It’s embarrassing. I can’t imagine what she is thinking. One would think, if she might be involved in politics beyond this election, that she would be more gracious and have some sense of what she is doing but it seems that she is committing political suicide.
    She is totally losing it.

  2. I decided I didn’t like her during the famous “baking cookies” incident.
    Not so much because she dissed stay at home moms (although I didn’t like that), but because she swiftly reversed herself when the comment didn’t poll well, and was baking cookies with Barbara Bush not long after.
    Her alliance with Rupert Murdoch just cemented my sense that what motivates her is a desire for power. Whatever motivations she may have had at one point have been submerged beneath that desire and to her, the ends justify the means.
    Thanks, but I’d rather not have another President like that.

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