Politics sure make for odd reading. John McCain’s campaign is reaching out for the angry bitter myopic accusatory how can you be so sexist supporters of Senator Clinton.
“She won millions of votes. But isn’t on his ticket. Why? For speaking the truth,” the narrator in the ad says.
That’s really funny. In 1999 I had so much respect for Senator McCain. But he wants this too badly and apparently will say anything to get the votes.
I voted for Senator Clinton in the primaries. But as it turns out more people voted for Senator Obama. Instead of panning and diminishing his accomplishment, why must some (not all) of Senator Clinton’s supporters continue to harp on this? What was Senator Obama’s camp supposed to do? Crawl hands and knees asking for the approval of the person who lost?
I had thought she was better qualified. I also thought her campaign just expected a shoe-in and did not really try. Florida and Michigan? That was her campaign attempting to cheat. Those states broke the rules and all the candidates agreed to stay clear of them. So when her campaign tried to play the “but wait! Florida and Michigan want me!!” card, I lost respect for her as a candidate.
If (or when) John McCain wins the election, it will not be due to an effort on his side. It will be because the Democrats are too in enthralled with their own drama.