-LAS VEGAS -- Blogger Michelle Marshall has a confession to make. She's one die-hard Clintonite who has already moved on. She's ready to vote for Sen. Barack Obama.
But don't tell that to the legions of Hillary Clinton fans who have made Marshall their de facto leader. They're the faithful, the ones who call themselves "Marshans," read her posts every day, send checks to her Web site and refuse to believe that anyone other than Clinton can beat Sen. John McCain.
I guess most of her bloggers will fall in line behind Obama but not this one. I see the comments are still rolling in at her site........
Mark Halperin has an interesting take on things...Really you should take a look...
HALPERIN’S TAKE: What Obama And Clinton Underestimate
Hillary is speaking at AIPAC now....needless to say I did not watch Obama speak so I can't update you on that but I am sure The Page will have it covered for both of them.
Have you seen this yet...The popular vote.
And I will follow up with.....
BREAKING NEWS: Dean, Pelosi, Reid set Friday deadline for superdelegates' choices, move to force end to Clinton bid
With the final primary concluded barely hours before, top Democratic Party leaders in Washington early this morning ratcheted up the pressure to force all remaining uncommitted superdelegates to make their choice of candidate known by Friday -- and thus end the now hopeless, one-time frontrunning campaign of New York Sen. Hillary Clinton.
The joint statement was obviously pre-planned and timed for issue shortly after Clinton refused to concede the presidential nomination's victory to Barack Obama, who's gained sufficient delegates to clinch the party's nomination.
Howard Dean, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin, chairman of the Democratic Governors Assn., issued the brief statement for unity just minutes ago:
"The voters have spoken," they said, adding later, "Democrats must now turn our full attention to the general election. To that end, we are urging all remaining uncommitted super delegates to make their decisions known by Friday of this week, so that our party can stand united."get it all here
"The voters have spoken," Well yes they have and more of them voted for Clinton but the crazy democratic party does not recognize the will of the voters as we all saw last Saturday when they gave Obama 4 of Clinton's delegates. My vote will go to McCain in November and I am not alone. There will be many Clinton supporters going to McCain. I will not vote for a person who has no experience to run this country.
I say it is time to join McCain and give to his campaign. You don't have to give a lot. I suggest you give $2.02....The $2.00 represents your second choice and the 2 cents...well it is what ever you want it to say as in "my 2 cents = just to let the democratic party know what I think of their nominee." Give if you want...I am not telling you what to do but we must make a statement to let the democrats know we will not support "their" choice. If you have suggestions leave it in the comments and I will post it here. Also if you need a place to meet up I have listed places on the left..I go to Under The Bus mostly...Bud White has a good blog and I plan on keeping an eye on it. I enjoy reading his work.
Well that is all I have to say right now so I will catch you all later.....