Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Congratulations! Obama will be the Democratic Nominee

Barrack Hussein Obama pulled away from Hillary Clinton yesterday.

The loss in Indiana was narrow... The win in NC was overwhelming.

As the results were announced, Obama gave an exhilarating speech with forgiving and healing overtones. He set the tone for his campaign against John McCain, high minded but forceful. Obama ran a positive campaign against a formidible opponent who did not...and has won. By staying positive, he has maximized his opportunity to unify Democrats and carry the mandate he will need in the Presidency that will give him the power to undo, as much as possible, the Bush legacy of devastation to America.

Hillary read her lines with fortitude and telling body language. She diminished herself over the course of her campaign, getting caught in meaningless petty lies and appearing to attack Obama with racial overtones. She will be forgiven but she will have to ask, and Bill and Chelsea and Hillary Clinton will stand on the stage with Barack Hussein Obama at the Democratic National Convention.

All of this is a wonder...A testament to the ultimate morality of an America that lost its way but found it again. And, this is a testament to Saint Howard Dean, the Wise.

Don't forget that.




  1. Saint Howie. :)


    George McGovern, Clinton friend and supporter, just endorsed Obama and asked Hillary to back out.

    You and I and a few others wrote months ago that it was over. LOL, think of all the needless suffering that would end if everyone listened to the Left. Some just don't learn from history I guess.

    It's O-V-E-R

    We'll hopefully make one more post on Clinton then it's finally time BBQ McBush's ass in molasses.
    I can't wait until all Democratic eyes are focused on the same foe.

  2. I did here one good reason for Clinton to stay in the game. It has increased the amount of new registered democrat voters.

  3. P.Doeleman M.Ed.6:45 AM

    Congratulations to Barack Obama tonight as he makes history as the first African-American to lead a major party ticket for President of the United States. I do hope that he will able to bring FOOD to all of us, to all the people in the world that suffer from bad decisions related to the supply of FOOD.