“My mind is made up; I’m voting for McCain or not at all”

25 07 2008

The enemy (Obama) of your enemy (McCain) is your friend.

The enemy (McCain) of your enemy (Obama) is your friend.

Confused? Well, welcome to the conversation.

Survival of the Democratic Party requires healing the wounds of voters who supported Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign and continue to support her to this day.

It requires healing the wounds of those voters who felt disenfranchised by the DNC’s Rules and Bylaws Committee meeting in May 2008.

It requires healing the wounds of voters who saw in Barack Obama a political white knight, only to find he was as two faced as any other politician. We have the choice to act together while rallying separately.

Of course we cannot rest until the voices of these voters are once again heard by the leadership of the Democratic party. Of course we will not be bullied, brainwashed, or bossed into falling in line.

Our future remains ours, however, and we must choose whether we are remembered for our strife, or for our ability to shape our future.

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26 10 2008
cindyinatl

Fabulous. Please take the second choice and don’t vote at all.

27 10 2008
RallyGrrrl

OK, you do realize I was quoting others’ proclamations and not actually advocating not-voting? I was merely addressing the issue of what continues to be, deep down anyway, a divided Democrat party.

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