Well because the PA voters have lived with the failures of the Clinton and Bush [both] administrations and the lies of the Clintons in this campaign they have every reason to be bitter. And angry and pissed off. The more Clinton opens her mouth, the more she annoys the voters.
Why don't you guys take a long walk on a short sea-side pier; let Senator Obama get on with his fight with the Bush family and McCain and cheer like hell when he, by far the best Democrat in politics today, walks into the White House and begins the process of healing a very sick country.
Infatuation is not love. You are blinded, you are not seeing what H Rodham Clinton is doing to the country and her party by her crazy behaviour and that of her supporters.
The Clintons are dangerous; wasn't it W Jefferson Clinton who was responsible, through his support for sanctions, for the genocidal death of half a million Iraqi children under the age of 5?
And now we have to put up with his racism [South Carolina], her lies [Bosnia], Carvell's 'Judas' remark, Ferraro's disgraceful language, and a whole load of detritus from those that are somehow infatuated by the name Clinton.
Senator Casey is right to endorse Senator Obama in Pennsylvania; Senator Leahy is right to call for her withdrawal.
Its over. She has lost. She will not be the nominee. She will never be President. The Clintons need to get off the stage before a lo of rotten vegetables and fruit start to appear all around them.
The only thing that Senator Obama is fighting tooth and nail is the general election campaign.
The sixties [both senses] bra burners have got to get used to it. Senator H Rodham Clinton is as much yesterday's news as the Patriots perfect season and Senator Obama's pastor. Yes, sad to say, she will be a footnote in the history of Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky.
*"There are certain critical issues that voters always look to in a general election. National security experience (and) the qualifications to be commander-in-chief are front and center. They always have been. They always will be," she said.
She said she and McCain had traveled to Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan together as she repeated a line that surfaced from the campaign trail. She and McCain "bring a lifetime of experience to the campaign, Clinton said, while "Sen. Obama will bring a speech he gave in 2002," stating his opposition to the Iraq war as an Illinois state senator.*
Isn't it wonderful to know your candidate prefers Republicans! What a stupid cow, Clinton is.
Barack Obama does not slate Hillary R Clinton, some of his low-level supporters do however. Unfortunately the same cannot be said of the senator from New York; and that is why her campaign is withering on the vine. Sad but true.