Skip to comments.Clinton Rolls Out Endorsements, Supporters in Closing Days of Democratic Race (protest tomorrow)
Posted on 05/30/2008 12:00:40 PM PDT by tobyhill
Hillary Clinton, facing a de facto deadline from party leaders to wrap up the race, still is rallying supporters and rolling out endorsements four days before the final two primaries.
The New York senator was endorsed Friday by the Argus Leader, the largest newspaper in South Dakota, which votes alongside Montana Tuesday.
Her campaign basically has given the OK for supporters to protest on Saturday outside a Democratic National Committee meeting that will take up the disputed Florida and Michigan primaries, which Clinton won but were discounted because the states held early primaries in violation of party rules.
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The Argus Leader. Wow.
"Let's see?!? Mr. Walker endorsed me! Good ol' Johnny. And Jackie D. Hmmm...who else. Oh yea, and Chris Farley. Such a nice boy. I was just talking to him the other...what? Hmm? No, I did not throw up on your shoes. No. I don't know. Excuse me but I am doing an interview here. Where was I? Huh? Oh, yea. I love you, man."
“The New York senator was endorsed Friday by the Argus Leader, the largest newspaper in South Dakota...”
Big plumb for Hillary.
You got the black rat v. white rat part correct...
But is the black rat a male, and the white rat a female?
i love it!
democrats protesting democrats.
Good golly I’ll be glad when next Tuesday is over. We’ve had repeated visits by Mr and Mrs hildabeast and the obamanation and I can’t take much more of it.
That HAS to be installed into the FReeper Art Hall of Fame!
YOU ARE DA BOMB, DEAD!!!!!!!!
Always crackin’ me up!
Clinton supporters heading to D.C.
Submitted by ryanteaguebeckwith on May 30, 2008 - 10:21am.
A group of Triangle-area Hillary Clinton supporters are going to D.C.
Catherine Evangelista, a full-time political volunteer who helped set up the Clinton Meetup group before the May 6 primary, said a number of Clinton supporters will leave on a chartered bus at 2 a.m. tomorrow morning to attend the Rules & Bylaws Committee meeting.
The 30-member committee will decide what to do about delegates from the Michigan and Florida primaries. The two states moved their election date up in defiance of the Democratic National Committee, which originally stripped them of all delegates.
Evangelista, 45, of Cary, says the group believes along with Clinton that she should receive the delegates from those states, even though no Democratic candidate campaigned in them and Barack Obama's name was not on the Michigan ballot.
"Obama talks about having judgment," she said. "He tends to focus on the fact that he didn't vote for the war, but it was his judgment to pull his name off the ballot, and my understanding is that was political positioning prior to the Iowa caucuses. ... I think that shows a little more vision and planning on her part."
She also noted that Obama aired ads in media markets neighboring Florida, so some Floridians would have seen those ads.
Evangelista, who took a year off from a job in marketing to work on political causes after a car accident, said she does not see any reason for Clinton to concede the race until Aug. 28 the last day of the Democratic national convention.
On to D.C. Give ‘em #ell, Hillary!!
That ranks up there at the top with Potlatch’s “Red Phone at Three A.M.” toon.