I love the tone of your diary. I'm not sure Hillary wants to be on the ticket as VP, but if she does I will support her. If she doesn't I will support her going to the convention. Until she is out of it I'm a Hillary supporter. After that, all bets are off.
It's a video of Hillary speaking with gay teens about their unique challenges. I was so impressed with her answers. I never cease to be impressed by the depth of her knowledge on so many wide ranging issues.
Obama and McCain "operatives" have been active on pro-Hillary sites for months. They are easy to spot. I don't like McCain. I wouldn't vote for him. I don't like Obama, however, and won't vote for him either. I have a choice not to vote for either of them, and will avail myself of it.
The UK papers are often full of unsubstantiated tripe like this. Don't believe it. She didn't spend millions of her own money for some weenie cabinet position as has been asserted recently by other British rags.
if only to correct the huge amount of misinformation that is put forth by Obama supporters at these events. At my district caucuses the person who spoke for Obama (a classmate from Harvard law school)stood up and made claims that were patently false. Get the facts about how their policies differ. Get the facts on where the money comes from. Go to http://www.opensecrets.org. Obama and Clinton are not interchangeable. There are real differences between them beyond health care. Please do your homework and please go!
I just can't understand why Obama didn't fight to have both delegations seated and allocated by the primary results. It would have cost him nothing. Yet another missed opportunity to extend the olive branch. Judging from his behavior, I really have to believe he isn't interested in unifying the party.