"...its all or nothing for Clinton"
The title of this thread says it ALL about Hillary. It's all or nothing for her. And if Hillary doesn't get the nomination, you can be sure the other candidates will get...nothing. The most FUn part of the upcoming campaign will be watching Hillary angrily sink beneath the electoral waves. And she will NOT go quietly into the night. She will take her fellow Democrats down with her. Even the DUmmies are becoming aware of the Clinton venom that threatens to make all other candidates radioactive in the upcoming election year as you can see in this THREAD titled, "A disturbing thing about the Clinton surrogates attacks of Obama, its all or nothing for Clinton." The amazing thing about this thread is that the DUmmies even sound like FReepers in their awareness of sleazy Clintonian activities. So let us now watch the DUmmies slam Hill and Bill in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, wondering when a National Enquirer story about Obama comes out, is in the [brackets]:
A disturbing thing about the Clinton surrogates attacks of Obama, its all or nothing for Clinton
[And if Hillary doesn't win it all, the other candidates will end up with nothing after she gets through with them.]
One of the things that I look forward to once the primaries are over is the ability of the Democratic party to come together and to rally behind the eventual nominee. In the past Democrats, regardless of who they supported in the primary, put their differences aside and have stumped for the eventual nominee. This year it seems like many of Hillary Clinton's surrogates/supporters have basically taken the stance that if she does not secure the nomination and Obama does they will not be available to stump for him in the general election.
[They won't stump for Obama in the general election but they will definitely stomp on him.]
Tell me how if any of the following can be taken seriously campaigning for Obama if he is the eventual nominee:
1) Bill Clinton--says an Obama presidency will be like rolling the dice
2) Bob Kerrey--claims Obama attended a madrassa
3) Joe Wilson--calls Obama a coward
4) Billy Shaheen--questions whether or not Obama was a drug dealer
[That's news to me about Joe Wilson. Now we know where his bread is buttered.]
This post is not meant to even remotely suggest that Obama should not be criticized, but its to point out that the tone of many of his critics puts them on the sidelines in November should he get the nod. I often thought how good it would be for Bill Clinton to campaign at Obama's side if he gets the nomination, but sadly if Obama gets the nod, Bill, by his words, has put himself on the sidelines.
[All or nothing! And now to hear from your fellow DUmmies...]
I have concluded, with great sadness, that the Clintons care more about themselves than the country. For Bill, it's all about his legacy now. In his mind Hillary's fate is tied up with his legacy. And he will stop at nothing.
[I'm glad to see you have finally woken up to reality, my little DUmmie.]
. . .if Obama is the nominee the Clinton's will not be able to help him out.
[More like HURT him. It is called vengeance.]
The Clintons have sacrificed any small bit of principle and dignity they had left in a desperate "scorched earth" effort to claim and maintain their grip on power.
[I loved scorched earth campaigns aimed at Democrats and directed by Democrats.]
The Clintons certainly care only about themselves and are a scourge on the Democratic Party in my view.
[Another newly awakened DUmmie.]
What really scares him is that a President Obama will dwarf his legacy and he will live to see it. The first black president in our history, coming to power at a time when the country looks to be ready to move forward on big issues like health care and energy, someone who will carry himself with dignity and, worst of all, someone whose global stature will be exponentially larger than his own. Bill wanted to be JFK; never came close. Obama has a shot. Sucks to be Bill if Obama pulls this off.
[Didn't you get the word? Bill Clinton was the first black president.]
of course it's all about them
[Of course. And in any situation when it's not all about them, they go right to sleep as happened during the Ronald Reagan funeral.]
If Obama (or anyone but Clinton) gets the nod, the Clintonistas should be purged. All of them, including the Clintons. They didn't help John Kerry and they won't help anyone but Hillary Clinton. They will do more harm than good.
[The Clintons have your back...NOT!]
I was at a luncheon last year where Terry McCauliffe was the speaker. His sneering disdain for John Kerry was very obvious, and completely inappropriate. I came to the conclusion that not only is he an arrogant asshole, but he will stop at nothing to ensure that the Clintons are returned to the White House, up to and including sabotaging fellow Democrats.
[I knew there was something good about Terry McAwful!]
More Hillary bashing bullshit don't you people ever stop
[LEAVE HILLARY ALONE!!!]
They'd rather cede the White House to the GOP than help a Dem who is not a Clinton get elected. Wonder if they'll go on TV and praise Huckabee like they did Bush in 2004.
[You mean praise Romney. The Huckster is through. You don't draw the ire of Rush Limbaugh and then expect to be nominated as a Republican.]
The idea that the Clintons are sinister is based on nothing more than speculation. They'll support the nominee. They always do.
[Posted the DUmmie Pollyanna.]
Bill Clinton is all forgiving, but why should he or Hillary be expected to campaign for Obama after he questioned their integrity? If I were them, I would tell Obama to screw himself.
[Or to John Edwards if he wins the nomination which will be made meaningless by the Clintons making the nominee radioactive.]