Sunday, May 25, 2008

Obama Calls FL/MI A Clinton-Contrived Controversy

TalkLeft blogged To Barack Obama, the stripping of the Florida and Michigan delegations is just some contrived controversy driven by Hillary Clinton. 2.3 million voters? Counting the votes? They mean nothing.

To a Democrat the only votes they want to count are votes for them That is why they oppose showing an ID, because more fraudlent votes are for Dems. Hillary wants to count FL and MI because they are for her, and Obama does not want them to count because they are for Hillary.
Obama last night said:
Democrat Barack Obama accused rival Hillary Clinton on Saturday of "stirring up" a controversy over the disqualified Florida primary election because it was her last hope of winning their party's presidential nomination.
Wow! Talk about belittling the voters of Florida and Michigan.Obama continued:
"The Clinton campaign has been stirring this up for fairly transparent reasons," Obama told reporters on the plane from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Chicago, adding she had not done so earlier in the race when she did not need the delegates to win. "Let's not ... pretend that we don't know what's going on. I mean this is, from their perspective, their last slender hope to make arguments about how they can win, and I understand that," Obama said.
That's all Florida and Michigan mean to Obama? I know that the Media has no qualms showing contempt for Florida and Michigan. It is shocking to me that Obama is willing to state publically he feels the same way. As for what he really thinks about healing the Party, Obama takes it for granted:
"I think that anger will go away once it's resolved," he said, questioning whether those who were upset were only Clinton supporters or other voters as well. "I want to make the Florida delegates seated.
Then stop blocking counting them, even if Hillary gets more votes.
And once they're seated, then I think this is going to be a story that nobody's thinking about come August."
Unbelievable.

4 comments:

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Anonymous said...

I wish these two would get their act together.

Anonymous said...

Obama and Clinton, what a pair - don't they know that tearing each other apart will not a great election be - of course, one will support the other when push comes to shove.....

Anonymous said...

Obama and Clinton, what a pair - don't they know that tearing each other apart will not a great election be - of course, one will support the other when push comes to shove.....