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Clinton Predicts Nominee Before Convention

By Anne E. Kornblut
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is eyeing June as the end of the Democratic nominating process, and appears to be laying the groundwork for the eventual "healing" her advisers keep promising will follow the nominating contest, judging by a round of interviews she gave during her West Virginia victory lap on Wednesday.

Asked whether the intraparty fight will still be ongoing at the convention in August, Clinton said in an interview with Brian Williams on NBC's Nightly News: "I think we'll have a nominee. I really believe that. But again, we'll know a lot more on June 4." In another interview, with Wolf Blitzer on CNN's "Situation Room," Clinton said it would be a "terrible mistake" for Democrats to vote for Sen. John McCain over Sen. Barack Obama if she is not the nominee herself.

"Anybody who has ever voted for me or voted for Barack has much more in common in terms of what we want to see happen in our country and in the world with the other than they do with John McCain," Clinton said. "I'm going to work my heart out for whoever our nominee is -- obviously I'm still hoping to be that nominee, but I'm going to do everything I can to make sure that anyone who supported me ... understands what a grave error it would be not to vote for Sen. Obama."

Clinton also agreed with the assessment by Rep. Charlie Rangel that her comments about hard-working white people last week were the "dumbest thing" she could have said.

"He's probably right," Clinton said.

Clinton spent Wednesday meeting with various supporters and waverers -- committed superdelegates and undecided superdelegates on Capitol Hill, followed by fundraisers at her house. She is scheduled to fly to South Dakota and Oregon for campaign stops in the next few days.

By Web Politics Editor  |  May 14, 2008; 5:03 PM ET
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Everybody knows that George Bush made a mess in Iraq. McCain is the one who can clear up the Iraq mess better than Obama.

So if you are Hillary supporter and donot like Obama, better vote Republican.

Posted by: Vish | May 18, 2008 10:03 AM | Report abuse


Posted by: JKEzpzYjvCIFpCbNH | May 18, 2008 5:37 AM | Report abuse

I'am going to vote for HILLARY anyway. I hate this campaing and the way the media, CNN, and MSNBC have been working for Obama. Edwards endorses Obama after Hillary wins West Virginia, he is a looser, if he was against Hillary he should just say it, but not, instead he said that his decision was to unify the party. bulls...!They are working to put Hillary aside when the race is not finish.

Posted by: RCR | May 18, 2008 3:23 AM | Report abuse


Posted by: ethel | May 16, 2008 2:23 PM | Report abuse

Just a little note to let you guys know... basically everyone else in the world wants Obama to win. Well, we won't mind Clinton, but we'd rather have Obama.

Oh, and could you guys quit it with the semi racist attacks on Obama? It's getting a bit worrying.

Posted by: UK | May 16, 2008 6:51 AM | Report abuse

If Hillary doesn't win the nomination - I will vote for the Green Party.

Posted by: Rajesh | May 15, 2008 11:58 PM | Report abuse

I'm a proud democrat but if hillary isn't the nominee then sorry obama my vote and my entire family's vote goes to McCain go McCain!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Dennis Stebbins | May 15, 2008 9:22 PM | Report abuse

Why not HRC supporters vote for mcain and let our troops live in Iraq for the next 100 yrs.

Posted by: p mcain | May 15, 2008 9:04 PM | Report abuse

We need somebody strong, who believes in democracy, there's absolutely nothing to talk about with genocide Iran's president. NOTHING to talk about with the muslim world

And the most important of all we need somebody SMART.

Go Hillary!!

I will vote for McCain if Hillary is not the nominee, I'm sorry for Mr Obama, but begging to the muslim world is not the way. America's allies in the World are Europeans, not muslims.

Posted by: prouddemocrat | May 15, 2008 8:46 PM | Report abuse

obama did say that he will talk to any world leader including iran - unconditionally. bush's remark was right on the money. he cannot deny it. obama is dangerous for USA and israel.
go hillary.

Posted by: ab | May 15, 2008 7:15 PM | Report abuse

"Barack Obama apologized yesterday to a television reporter for calling her "sweetie" during a campaign stop yesterday in Michigan."
what a looser!!!! this behavior fits the HOOD not the white house.
obama go back to the hood and rev wright's speeches. YOU ARE A LOOSER


Posted by: ornalia | May 15, 2008 7:05 PM | Report abuse

sb wrote
"Obama is going to clean up Washington politics..."
the truth is that obama will join rev wright's church and give his HATE speaches with michelle obama chanting along.
both are supported by Osama and graduated from a madrasa
John McCain will be in the white house


Posted by: Anonymous | May 15, 2008 6:59 PM | Report abuse

bush is right. obama is dangerous to the safety of israel. hamas supports him. what a shwme that even after 8 years of bush the democrats will loose again

Posted by: norma | May 15, 2008 6:44 PM | Report abuse

I see Black Water testing your countries support. Best be worried more than a terrorist attack.

Posted by: justadad55+ | May 15, 2008 5:50 PM | Report abuse

Countdown to Nomination
134 to 2025 Obama
306 to 2015 Clinton
230 Supers 189 Elected 419 Total Delegates left

Posted by: Delegate Math | May 15, 2008 5:14 PM | Report abuse

Obama is going to clean up Washington politics, going to make a change. How can I believe that when he was in bed with the corrupt politicans in Chicago. The next President needs to have the experience to make some changes very quickly. America is headed fast into a depression and on the job training is something that we can not afford to wait for.

Posted by: sb | May 15, 2008 4:41 PM | Report abuse

Hillary knows very well now that there are no more states left in the primary with enough black people. That means she can pander to the white thighed people as much as she wants. All she cares is that extra vote she can get, regardless of whether her statements cause a division in the American people or not. She is the only candidate in this election, who has specifically made statements in effect to being white, being female, being a latino, being a 'hard working white', being a 'duck hunting gun owner'. Not only that she has the audacity to call a black man who just finished paying off his college student loans as 'elite'. When she is like that, I don't blame Bill for searching for a better soulmate in Monica.

The Clintons have become in essence the bottom scrapers. The subtlety of racism. Their closest surrogates and friends, most of them are racists. Let's take Ted Danson for example. He is one of the Clinton's closest friends. He has slept many times in the Lincoln bedroom as well as thrown fundraising parties for the Clintons. He once went to a black community dinner party painting his face black as well as painting his lips fat and pink. This is a caricature the whites used to draw in papers and books in the early 1900s to depict the blacks in a derogatory way. Well those are the types of friends the Clintons have. They probably had pajama parties in the Lincoln bedroom while Bill was president and compared their skin colors to see who is the pastiest of them all.

Posted by: Lakisha | May 15, 2008 1:07 PM | Report abuse

If Hillary has the 8 ball to predict that "there will be a nominee before convention", why didn't she use that 8 ball to predict her campaign's $20 million debt. She could have prevented that from happening. We don't need her to predict that there will a nominee before convention. We already know the nominee as Obama.

Posted by: Jill Silverman | May 15, 2008 12:44 PM | Report abuse

The Democratic process will not be finished until the last primary, this is the democratic way! Let it ride its course people....if you do will never know who the real winner is! Hillary keep going...represent all women and do not let the men force you to quit! Nothing is holding Obama back from uniting the party and concentrating on winning! Or is a woman holding him up from his work!

Posted by: Hope, Arizona | May 15, 2008 12:07 PM | Report abuse

The article comments on the "White people" comment by Hillary:

"Clinton also agreed with the assessment by Rep. Charlie Rangel that her comments about hard-working white people last week were the "dumbest thing" she could have said.

"He's probably right," Clinton said."

RESPONSE: Hillary didn't make a 'dumb" mistake.

This comment was preplanned and calculated to appeal to voters in the only state with a US Senator (Byrd) who was a leader in the KKK.

Posted by: JaxMax | May 15, 2008 11:14 AM | Report abuse

Hillary and the Samson Option---

Hillary is not delusional, Hillary is just exercising the Samson Option.

In the Bible, Samson was strong but incredibly stupid. He was enslaved by the evil Philistines. He prayed that he would have enough strength to push down the building pillars and kill the Philistines with him.

Samson took the Philistines down with him, and Hillary intends to take the Dems down with her.

Posted by: JaxMax | May 15, 2008 11:09 AM | Report abuse

Iown Treasures - did you even read the article?

Your candidate expressed to YOU her SUPPORTERS that its would be a grave mistake not to vote for Obama if he is nominated. Even Hillary knows the futility of writing her in.

You claim Hillary is your voice - is she not?

Posted by: I live in the real world | May 15, 2008 10:36 AM | Report abuse

Many of the Hillary posters here have been lurking on these boards for some time. I have read your posts and like you, I do not forget.

Some posters here have spouted some of the venom on these boards, and are not without blame for the division in the party. (IowaTreasures i'm talking to YOU)

Some posters here feel that HRC had nothing to do with the division in the Democratic party. This was a two way street, people.

Some posters here have been pulling very hard for a candidate that was out of this race two months ago. People called for her to drop out when they saw the writing on the wall. - Hillary couldn't get enough votes to win - and yet she continued, further pushing the divide. You could even argue that the Obama campaign attempted to ignore Hillary, and NOT fuel further division.

Write her in. Waste your only chance to take part in the politics of our country. Sure, you may feel better, if completing futile tasks is your goal.

ANY Democrat for President.

Posted by: I live in the real world | May 15, 2008 10:13 AM | Report abuse

I agree with alice if Hillary Clinton wanted to say hard working whites she should have went ahead and said it

Everyone know the game Hillary Clinton is playing she is saying that her voters will not absolutely not vote for obama but the black voters for obama is going to come to her thats bogus, she is doing that for the simple fact of getting superdelegates to come to her, but it seems the superdelegates sees right threw her

"08 For Obama"

Posted by: Tez | May 15, 2008 9:44 AM | Report abuse

ain't no stoping us now, we on the move.
ready or not here it comes.

Posted by: nice | May 15, 2008 9:27 AM | Report abuse

"he's the man" "he's the man" says Edwards. For goodness sakes John, it's 2008. Enough of the good ol' boys running Washington, enough of the discriminatory, sexist attitude in Washington.

Posted by: Kim | May 15, 2008 12:12 AM | Report abuse

I agree, democrats don't need to vote for Obama or McCain, okay to write in Hillary. Just as long as we get all of our house and senate democrats up there, it won't do any harm for McCain to be in the White House. We'll get our agenda pushed through the legislature and when McCain vetos anything, heck, we'll have more than enough in both house and senate to over-ride all of his expected vetoes. It's a win- win deal. We don't follow the media bandwagon and put another inexperienced politician in the White House and we control everything in Washington via complete control of the legislature. It's a win-win and we send a clear message to the DNC that we have had enough of their crap.

Posted by: Kim | May 15, 2008 12:07 AM | Report abuse

Oops. I meant to say John Edwards went on several talk shows and told Hillary she needs to get out of the race = on Mother's Day, very callous guy.

You know why Obama wanted Hillary to get out of the race before West Virginia. West Virginia blew Obama out with a 67 to 23 win for Hillary.

I think Kentucky will do the same thing. Hopefully enough Americans will get wise to Obama before he gets the nomination.

I will be the unhappiest camper of all if he gets the nomination. But, like I said, I will vote for Hillary one way or another, as a nominee, or as a protest vote, or as a write in vote, but I will vote for Hillary even if she gets on his ticket. I will not vote for Obama under any circumstances. He can't sweet talk me. gw.

Posted by: Iowatreasures | May 14, 2008 11:21 PM | Report abuse

Edwards' endorsement of Obama will carry as much weight as his presence on Kerry's ticket did.

Posted by: dyinglikeflies
I forgot he was on Kerry's ticket. They both came in second. Do you know what it means when somebody comes in second? They are the first losers.

My estimation of John Kerry went clear down to the floor when I heard he told Hillary to get out of the race - on Mother's Day. How callous can a guy get?

And, Edward's wife endorsed Hillary's health care plan. Edward's wife, Elizabeth is a remarkable woman. How could he, knowing Elizabeth has cancer and health care is a very important issue to her - how could John Edwards not have respected Elizabeth's endorsement of Hillary's health care plan. He didn't have to open his peep and endorse anyone, in deference to Elizabeth.

Some men are such stupid, arrogant dudes. John Edwards is thinking of John Edwards, only, perhaps he will be the V.P. Obama is going to have to do something to make Michelle happy. She is angry about having to share the spotlight with Hillary. gw.

Posted by: Iowatreasures | May 14, 2008 11:17 PM | Report abuse

Not to worry Hillary...we won't vote for John McCain. If you are not the elected nominee in the Fall we will just write you in on our ballot.

Posted by: RC | May 14, 2008 8:58 PM
I agree, RC. I will also vote for Hillary if she is the nominee, and if she isn't, I will vote for her anyway. A write-in vote carries as much weight as an X in a box next to the name of Barack Obama or John McCain.

Nothing can stop Hillary supporters from voting for her. I will not vote for Obama even if Hillary is on the ticket, I will still write in Hillary's name without Obama.

Obama and the elitist hierarchy needs to be stopped from this wierd nonsense they have been putting us through. It makes me feel like we are in a bad dream, to hear Obama and his tribe playing the race card so effectively that they can say anything they want to, but we can't.

Bill Clinton and Hillary have not said anything wrong. Obama, et al, are just very good at playing the "victim" and every one else the villain. I've called it "reverse dirty tricks" ever since Obama was in Iowa.

And, what's more - these people = Obama, the DNC, Pelosi, Howard Dean, Axelrod, etc., actually think we will forgive and forget how they have pulled the down and dirty style politics on Hillary.

We won't forget. We will not reconcile. We will not support Obama. I know millions upon millions feel just the way I do. This has been the most unfair election I have ever seen in my lifetime.

Barack Obama, the supposed uniter, has fractured this Democratic Party completely. I don't want to heal the party. I want to see everyone vote and all delegates seated. Obama has been crooked in the caucus states - I know, I live in Iowa where we had caucuses.

I want the corrupt political happenings in Texas investigated. I won't forgive and forget the way the Obama crowd strong armed the Clinton supporters there.

I will not fall in line behind the Pied Piper, Barack Obama. I do not trust him, I do not like him, he is one scary dude.

And the elitists are in my permanent "do not like" column. I can't believe how callous Obama supporters are, calling working class people "low class" "illiterate," "uninformed," as if we are not worthy of even being nice and polite to. Just say all the "bitter" things they want to, and then we are going to "fall in line" with Obama in November.

That just plain ain'ta gonna happen.

Barack Obama and Michelle Obama were afforded scholarships under the affirmative action rules - except that Barack Obama lied and said he was African American to be able to qualify to go to four different elite, private schools.

Barack Obama is almost half Arab, not Arican. Barack Obama has dual citizenship in Kenya and the U.S. Barack Obama, Sr., was a radical Arab, belonging to a terrorist group called the Kenyatta. His mother was a radical anti-American.

The Kenyan Government has recorded Barack Obama, Jr., as Arab American, not African American.

As I said, Barack was born to a radical anti-American woman. THat means he has listened to the rants and railings of the same kind of rhetoric that Rev. Wright spewed out for the past 20 years. gw. gw.

Posted by: Iowatreasures | May 14, 2008 11:08 PM | Report abuse

Hasn't anyone seen the elaphant in the room yet?

Posted by: Aussie Henry | May 14, 2008 10:42 PM | Report abuse

Am I the only one who sees some irony in blondshag's name considering her affiliations?

The question is, which blonde are you that Bill was/is shagging? (Coz it sure isn't Hillary...)

Posted by: Pundit | May 14, 2008 9:42 PM | Report abuse

Not to worry Hillary...we won't vote for John McCain. If you are not the elected nominee in the Fall we will just write you in on our ballot.

Posted by: RC | May 14, 2008 8:58 PM | Report abuse

I will vote for the most qualified person, if it is not Clinton then it will be McCain.

Posted by: Jkan | May 14, 2008 8:57 PM | Report abuse

Now she needs to apologize to the Iranian Americans and Iranians for threatening to obliterate them.
If she does that I will forgive her ---maybe.

Sorry I forgot my name

Posted by: Anna | May 14, 2008 8:49 PM | Report abuse

Now she needs to apologize to the Iranian Americans and Iranian people for threatening to obliterate the Iranians.
If she does that I could forgive her--maybe.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 14, 2008 8:47 PM | Report abuse

Candidates like Gravel self financed their campaigns. Not Hillary, she loans herself money and charges interest~a large chunk of her unpaid debt is to herself in that interest money. And she expects Obama supporters to bail her out? After she consistently verbally abused them and him? He might be Mr. Nice Guy, but I doubt that many who gave him hard earned dough to buy their seat at the table will be. She lied about being the fighter of special interests. Lying is what she does best. Scary; so many believe her.

Posted by: mary LB | May 14, 2008 8:29 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: lynn parker | May 14, 2008 8:17 PM | Report abuse

We need to vote for Obama.

He is the only man who can avert us from the path of WWIII, as he is the only candidate willing to open dialogue to the "enemies." Words can fight harder than guns, if the right words are spoken. Guns shouldn't be necessary for a "roadmap to peace"

Wars cant all be fought with only guns, as the Bush administration and the NRA would have you believe. We will never win the war in Iraq, the war on terror, and the war on drugs with the current ideals of using guns and bombs to kill everything.

How about using education:

1. Educate Iraqis on how to effectively and fairly govern themselves. Then, once an actual working government is set up, we need to declare Iraq an ally, and leave only a few thousand tactical troops to train the armies, and maintain order amidst any rebel attacks

2. Provide funding for foreign education systems to increase literacy rate (with a more literate population, less people will become radical suicide terrorists)

3. Legalize drugs (to a prescription style system, so drug users at least can KNOW what they are getting). Taxing them will provide funding for rehab clinics as well as foreign and domestic education. Educating citizens on the effects of drugs will ultimately minimize the use (demand) of truly "dangerous drugs". Legalization will also cause drugs like cocaine and heroin to not be worth more than gold anymore, so economical farmers will stop growing so many drugs, and alternatively grow food (at its current high prices), solving the worldwide food crisis.

4. Use guns and bombs only when necessary, for defense, or crippling precision retaliation. And finally find, imprison, and question Osama bin Laden, to learn about Al Quaeda, and how to destroy it. (Then maybe the ignorant morons will stop saying Barack Osama)

Obama is by far the most educated candidate, and the most likely to improve education in America and worldwide. And is not blindly attached to the use of guns to solve everything.

It is important to have a president who will provide change towards peace and education, not war and ignorance.

Obama will be that president.

Posted by: Craig | May 14, 2008 8:05 PM | Report abuse

As a fair and practical Obama supporter I can say I was impressed with her interview today. I even heard acknowledgement of wrong doing on the racist comments and a semi-apology. From her..I'll take that - that was a big step. Given her track record, I'm reluctant to belive anything that comes out of her mouth..but today I really felt she was being sincere. As hard as it is for me to compliment her, I must say..she was pretty decent and likeable today. Not enough to change my vote..but I do hate her a little less.

Posted by: Georgia Peach | May 14, 2008 7:39 PM | Report abuse

Posted by: pubichaironmycokecan | May 14, 2008 7:22 PM | Report abuse

I read the "MUST READ ARTICLE" blondshag and can only think of one thing to say...yawwwwwwn. There is nothing of significance whatsoever.

This contest is over. I'm sorry your choice for nominee barely lost but the fact is, she did. She had the biggest war chest, initial voter support, and the Clinton name and she blew it by mismanaging her campaign and misjudging the Democratic voters. I feel we dodged a bullet because if she cannot manage a campaign properly, she definitely cannot manage the White House.

That being said, Obama supporters need to be good sports and give Hillary her due. She threw everything she had into this campaign and the kitchen sink at Obama. This will prepare him for November. You also need to remember that Obama needs Hillary's supporters come November if we are to take back the White House and recoup our international standing.

Obama and Clinton line up almost identically on every major issue so those of you who support one but say they won't vote for the other come November are not looking at the big picture. So all Obama and Hillary supporters need to get their heads out of their asses and respect the fact that we actually had two great candidates running at the same time.


Posted by: Oeno | May 14, 2008 7:02 PM | Report abuse

I will vote for the most qualified person, if it is not Clinton then it will be Paul or McCain.I will not vote for some one who keeps saying we need change that is how the Shrub (baby bush) got into office, and did we get change,we didn't ask how they would change and we have yet to hear how Obama is going to make changes. I don't need any more surprise changes like the last 8 years.

Posted by: Steve | May 14, 2008 6:50 PM | Report abuse

Hillary will be deposed in Paul v Clinton before November, 2008 as the frauds directed by Bill as President against Hillary's top donor, Peter Paul, are exposed. See for the evidence on the public record that shows Hillary lied to the voters through the Washington Post that she took NO money from Hollywood entrepreneur Peter Paul- yet the Dept of Justice Prosecutor of Hillary's finance director stated Paul personally gave $1.2 million to Hillary's campaign

Posted by: dan mason | May 14, 2008 6:43 PM | Report abuse


The point is not that poor white Americans are voting for Hillary and that both black and educated voters are voting for Obama. Hillary's statement was wrong for a couple of reasons. One, Hillary and her campaign use the phrase hard working Americans as a code word for white Americans. Just say working poor white Americans if that is what you mean. Others are hard working as well. Black Americans vote overwhelmingly for Obama. There is no shame in stating this. The issue is when her people imply that the white voters will not vote for Obama. Is seems like she is saying that her set of voters are more important in the general election. She is saying that his set of voters would eventually come around to her but her voters may not come around to him. Or at least, that is my interpretation.

Anyway, did she quit yet?

Posted by: Anonymous | May 14, 2008 6:42 PM | Report abuse

Hillary even now is spending megabucks she has not got to knee-cap Obama. Even with the unforgiving numbers, she is trying to buy the nomination because she believes she can count on Obama to pay off these debts in the end. Why should his campaign pay off the debts she has accumulated in smearing him, tearing him down, dividing the nation with her race and gender cards, her sniper fire lies, her insane Lady Macbeth violence? Americans do not reward malicious poltiticians who after all will not even go on to support him but will do everything to destroy his chances so she can run again in 2012. The super-delegates MUST stop her NOW!

Posted by: shirl | May 14, 2008 6:34 PM | Report abuse

"You know" if she was just really like her interviews today (and her closing at the TX debate) this would be a different story. Alas, I don't trust a Clinton as far as I can spit.

Posted by: Lanny Davis | May 14, 2008 6:32 PM | Report abuse

Edwards is an self-serving hypocrite. Its no wonder he supported Obama. Another buisnessman who pretends to be for the underdog while they make money off them.
Seems the Obama camp feels a little shaky after Hillarys big win and their trying to get the Supers to swing it for OB before the race is over. Wasnt it the Obama camp that said Supers should support the voters? Why are they trying to puch things one way or another before THE VOTERS are done.
Hillary is a solid candidate, Obama is not. Hes sloppy and inexperienced and like Bush he seems to like playing sports, taking days off and going on vacation alot. Can anyone spell PUPPET?
Clinton, at least has worked hard herself. Obama, on the other hand has got a free glamour pass from the media.

Posted by: ali | May 14, 2008 6:27 PM | Report abuse

Stop and compare use of "hard-working
white Americans" voting for Sen. Clinton
and Black Americans voting enmass for
Sen. Obama. Denigarating one group of
voters and elevating another as though
their education and status merits more
because they voted for Obama. The white
media and the "old-boy Washington network"
is determined Sen. Clinton will lose.

Posted by: Alice Ropchan | May 14, 2008 6:26 PM | Report abuse

************MUST READ ARTICLE**************
************MUST READ ARTICLE**************

A guilty Rezko could lead up the food chain

Feds clearly posied to go after state's most powerful figures

--May 14, 2008
--By Mark Brown, Sun-Times Columnist

'HOPEFULLY' America will finally know the entire truth about the relationship between Barack Hussein Obama and Tony Rezko the indicted fund-raiser.

America deserves the truth.




HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON is the right president for America.


Hillary Rodham Clinton is the candidate that will produce the Democratic Presidential WIN for America.



Posted by: blondshag | May 14, 2008 6:26 PM | Report abuse

I would like to see Clinton consider a run as a third party candidate.

Posted by: Conscious | May 14, 2008 6:16 PM | Report abuse

Can we get that in writing? Is this woman to be believed in anything?

Posted by: Gaias Child | May 14, 2008 6:08 PM | Report abuse

How can Hillary lose? She has the vote of even dead people. Her tale of the dying woman in hospice who voted for her just before she died and thus somehow made a legacy for herself was tasteless even by Clintonian standards.

Posted by: ericmiami | May 14, 2008 6:08 PM | Report abuse

Barack Obama is getting hit by John McCain, Joe Liberman, Mitt Romney and every other republican interested in the VP spot
And, then there's Hillary

Hopefully, John Edwards will get off fence
The one ething you ahve to say about Barack is that the man is tough
He has to be. Basically, he's taking on two parties at the same time
Tag team Hillary and John against Barack

And, guess who's winning
Look at the polls

Posted by: npeebles | May 14, 2008 6:07 PM | Report abuse

JakeD - They'll do a remake of the Wizard of Oz with 'Bama & Hil skipping arm in arm down a yellow brick road lined on one side by blue collared white folk and college kids and African-Americans on the other side. Would be nice to see them all have swords to cross over them to give a little military drama, but that could be pushing it. Oh yes, they will be handing out Blue Chip stamps to make up for Hil's agreement to back off the gas tax relief. Touching scene, no?

Posted by: LW | May 14, 2008 6:05 PM | Report abuse


Good point (see the new "Edwards Endorses Obama" thread ; )

Posted by: JakeD | May 14, 2008 6:03 PM | Report abuse


You just gave Franky a heart attack ; )

Posted by: JakeD | May 14, 2008 6:01 PM | Report abuse

...oh and - what are you afraid of!?

Posted by: Franky | May 14, 2008 6:01 PM | Report abuse

Edwards' endorsement of Obama will carry as much weight as his presence on Kerry's ticket did.

Posted by: dyinglikeflies | May 14, 2008 6:00 PM | Report abuse

I wonder how Obamaniacs are going to react to The One raising funds for her?

Posted by: JakeD | May 14, 2008 5:53 PM


It's the other way around. This money is being raised for the DNC for the GE. Since Obama will be the one using the money, not Hillary - Hillary is in fact raising money for Obama to win the GE. This money is not for the primary or their debts.

Posted by: Franky | May 14, 2008 5:59 PM | Report abuse

Finally, some good judgement coming from her!

Hopefully, she means it... we all know how much she miss-speak!

Posted by: puddlescited | May 14, 2008 5:57 PM | Report abuse

JakeD - Here's a little fodder for your cannon...Puerto Rico doesn't typically apportion its delegates. Hmmm...62 - 0 for Hil?

Posted by: LW | May 14, 2008 5:56 PM | Report abuse


Please don't remind me -- now I have a horrible picture of her and Barr singing the National Anthem TOGETHER!!!

I wonder how Obamaniacs are going to react to The One raising funds for her?

Posted by: JakeD | May 14, 2008 5:53 PM | Report abuse she really has a choice in the matter.

Posted by: Franky | May 14, 2008 5:46 PM | Report abuse

JakeD - To answer your posit at 5:11, the answer is yes. Inked the deal today. When the fat lady sings, as she is surely warming up for, I wonder if she will sound like Patsy Cline or Roseanne Barr?

Posted by: LW | May 14, 2008 5:45 PM | Report abuse


What "house directives" are you referring to? Are you also aware that the first President to issue a signing statement was James Monroe? And, William JEFFERSON Clinton used "signing statements" too. "Executive Orders" are even more prevalent.

Posted by: JakeD | May 14, 2008 5:38 PM | Report abuse

Edwards = coward.

Posted by: thinkwithyourbrain | May 14, 2008 5:35 PM | Report abuse

What I would like more than an endorsement or healing or anything is for our elected officials to hold the current administration accountable.

This 600 lb gorilla is still going to be there when the next president takes over (assuming Bush doesn't call martial law). Give me assurances - whomever the candidates will be - that they will rescind all the outageous signing statements, executive orders, and house directives that Bush put into place.

America was not founded on one single power. That is the anti reason our country came to be!

Many Bush officials have been charged with war crimes. Is this what we want our country to be in the eyes of the world? Is this the country we ARE? We need to take our country back so this never happens again!

Obama and Clinton...will you rescind all these bogus powers?

Posted by: MsJoanne | May 14, 2008 5:28 PM | Report abuse

I'm glad she apologized for the "hard-working Americans, white Americans" gaffe. (I think it's fair to read what she said here as apologizing.) That was a good thing for her to do.

Posted by: Fairfax Voter | May 14, 2008 5:20 PM | Report abuse

Edwards Endorses OBama

Posted by: Anonymous | May 14, 2008 5:19 PM | Report abuse

Have the campaigns agreed to joint fundraising too? Et tu, Brute?

Posted by: JakeD | May 14, 2008 5:11 PM | Report abuse

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