I Wake Up Each Morning Believing It Is Possible To Support Obama Without Advocating Violence Against Clinton

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But Supposedly Liberal Doods like Keith Olbermann make that difficult.

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0 Responses to I Wake Up Each Morning Believing It Is Possible To Support Obama Without Advocating Violence Against Clinton

  1. brat says:

    Yeah, I actually supported Clinton initially, but have become increasingly disillusioned as Bill Clinton bigfooted his way through what is supposedly her campaign.

    But the sexist crap hurled at Senator Clinton makes me howl in rage. The boys (Chris Matthews, Chris Dodd, and Keith Olbermann) had best pick up the clue phone. Matthews, it incresaingly appears, may very well be out of a job come December. It would be poetic jusice if he was replaced by Rachel Maddow.

  2. Historiann says:

    Rachel Maddow is a huge concern troll about the so-called damage the extenuated primary is doing to the Democratic Party. (Because, apparently, anyone who voted for Clinton is an obstacle, not a citizen, and letting people vote is tearing the country apart! ZOMG!) She is as big a fanboi as the men you mentioned, although you’re right in that I haven’t heard her engage in any eliminationist fantasies about Clinton (although, to be honest, I don’t listen to her as much as I used to, because I couldn’t take the up-is-down right-is-wrong talking points from Obamaland that she was spinning away on.) We’ll see–if Clinton wins Indiana, we’ll just hear more shrieking and howling that people “just don’t get it,” and of course, more screams for her to drop out of the race.