Hillary's Only Hope

The Democratic Primary process is proving that Hillary Clinton doesn't believe that the rules apply to her (or her husband). It is pretty clear that she believes that she is owed the party nomination. And after listening to Terry McAuliffe speak on Tuesday, he was pretty confident that the delegates from Florida and Michigan were going to be seated and that Hillary would be the beneficiary.

And I can't help think that the only the way that Hillary can win the nomination is if the May 31 meeting on the DNC that the of the 30 members, those loyal to the DLC will secure her nomination on that day and deprive Obama of what he has to this date earned.

And should the Rules Committee decide to change the rules at the expense of the other 48 states to favor Clinton this is one independent voter who will be voting Libertarian or possibly Green party. Oh wait. I won't vote for Ralph Nader either.

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Hillary Clinton's supporters

It is really interesting reading some of the pro-Hillary responses in the comment section of various articles in the internets. I have noticed that Hillary supporters are quick to point out that because Hillary won a primary (like WV) that Obama can't win against McCain in the general election come November. This sort of mindset reveals that a vote for Hillary is a vote for McCain.

Another interesting bit of information that might be of some note to Hillary supporters, according to the exit polls, those that voted for Hillary did so because of her husband. I guess the people of WV figure that a vote for Hillary is a vote for her Bill.

It looks like Hillary has but one objective, win the Democratic Party nomination. If she doesn't win the nomination then she appears determined, destined to destroy the party with blessings of her aforementioned supporters.

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