Hillary Still Fanning the Hopes of the Hillbots

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Hillary Clinton is still in it, to win it.

Despite conceding to Barack Obama and suspending her ill-fated campaign to be the Democratic nominee.

Hillary Clinton told a gathering of supporters last week that she’s looking for a “strategy” for her delegates to have their voices heard and “respected” at the Democratic National Convention and did not rule out the possibility of having her name placed into nomination alongside Barack Obama’s at the convention.

Said the always ambitious Clinton to a crowd of loyalists:

“I happen to believe that we will come out stronger if people feel that their voices were heard and their views were respected. I think that is a very big part of how we actually come out unified. Because I know from just what I’m hearing, that there’s incredible pent-up desire. And I think that people want to feel like, ‘OK, it’s a catharsis, we’re here, we did it, and then everybody get behind Sen. Obama.’ That is what most people believe is the best way to go. No decisions have been made. And so we are trying to work all this through with the DNC and with the Obama campaign.”

No decisions have been made, Hillary? This would certainly explain why Hillary Clinton has been MIA on the campaign trail in recent weeks despite pledging to campaign for Barack Obama and help him get elected. At the end of the day, Hillary Clinton is fanning the hopes of the Hillbots and positioning herself to be a convention spoiler.

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18 Responses to Hillary Still Fanning the Hopes of the Hillbots

  1. feminazi says:

    I’m at a loss for words. Hillary Clinton needs to go away and go back to her day job which is working for the people of New York state. She ran against Obama and she lost the primary. Her ego is so gigantic and her addiction to power is so absolute that she would rather help tear down the Democrats chances in November than to step aside. She’s a total megalomaniac.

  2. Harry says:

    I have a friend who is a party wonk and he told me the DNC is really worried about the freakshow-like behavior they’re expecting from her supporters at the Denver convention.

  3. woyoyo says:

    Will Harriet Christian be speaking outside the Pepsi Center later this month?

  4. Joe in Colorado says:

    Hillary’s a riot. She shows up at a $500 a head event in Palo Alto, CA and gives a speech as if she controls the 18 million people who voted for her. I guess it’s only Hillary who doesn’t bother to read the polls. Obama is strong with her supporters and he’s strong with the demographics the pundits keep saying he has a problem with. Like women and Hispanics. When it comes time to actually cast their vote, only a tiny percentage — less than 3%, will throw their vote away by writing in Hillary’s name or voting for McCain.

  5. Roger says:

    That goddamned whore.

  6. VicoDANIEL says:

    Hillary is all about Hillary. Period.

    She’s an arrogant, hirsute, self-absorbed feminist who believes her own hype and lies and hates men.

    The good news is, with Obama’s so-called “Southern Strategy,” that has him carrying Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia and Mississippi, coupled with his lead in the newer western states of Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Oregon, defuses any power Hillary’s 18 million shrews think they may have in the General Election.

    My guess is, once America sees for themselves the behavior of these whack-jobs on the streets outside the convention, Hillary will be viewed as a fringe candidate and a joke.


  7. is this like Ms. Brazile

  8. Aunt Peg says:

    I have to laugh. The Hillbots somehow got the idea that Hillary “Miss $110 million net worth” Clinton is for the working people of this nation.

    How in the hell did this idea ever get started?

    The Clintons, Bill, Hill and Chel, are members of the same ruling elite that the Bush and Cheney families belong to.

  9. Mauigirl says:

    Bill has been even more sour-grapesy (new word I just invented) about the situation than Hillary. At least Hillary isn’t pushing for VP. I heard on the radio this morning that she was saying she is very happy representing the people of New York and being back in the Senate…Bill on the other hand, when asked if Obama was ready to be president, instead of saying “Of course he is,” he said something vague like “No one is really ready to be president.”

  10. JollyRoger says:

    Who knows? Hill is pretty much owned by the DLC faction that backed her, and they are profoundly unhappy with what happened. Since she owes them her ass, what we may be seeing here is her doing the bidding of her owners. I believe that her initial promises to campaign for Obama, but we must remember that Bill, Carville, McAuliffe, and the rest of the DLC scum see Obama as a changing of the guard-and this, they mean to prevent.

  11. Estacada says:

    It’s been said before but it’s worth repeating.

    Many people believe after the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke back in 97/98, part of the deal Bill made with Hillary to prevent her from divorcing him was to promise to help her get elected to the Senate and later, become the first woman president.

    But the deal was as much Bill’s post-president legacy as it was a way to keep his marriage intact. Bill couldn’t have known Barack Obama would come along and upset the apple cart.

    Oh well, at least Bill successfully delivered on half the promise he made to Hillary.

  12. TOM339 says:

    Let’s be perfectly clear about Hillary’s Harpies and what their game is all about.

    They’re not going to stop unless they successfully push for an open convention and then Hillary’s name can be placed in the nomination process.

    This, of course, isn’t going to happen and even if by some peculiar twist of fate, an open convention emerged, the Harpies are a small enough percentage of the Democratic base that they would have no meaningful impact on the nominating process. But the effect on the American people watching on TV would be chilling and the undecideds would flock to McCain who would be seen as more stable and reliable.

  13. Bill Hussein O'Reilly says:

    I would like to see Hillary arrive at the convention in an extra tight Hooters tee shirt and Daisey Duke shorts, all her jelly spilling out for the world to see.

    I might even be convinced to vote for her then.

  14. Rachel says:

    Bill Hussein O’Reilly. Did you go to school to learn to be such a pig? I really want to slap you even if in this particular case, I had to laugh at what you wrote.

  15. PUMA SUX says:

    The DNC needs to be real smart and real tough and not let these lunatics into the convention hall.

    Let them perform for the media outside on the sidewalk but don’t let them inside.

  16. Walk on Socks says:


    Have you seen TIME, Inc., this week?

    There is an article about the Clintons that pretty well confirms what you are saying here. The once powerful Clintons, aren’t anywhere close to being over the primary defeat. The Clintons are the very epitome of sore losers.

  17. Christopher says:

    Walk on Socks,

    No, I haven’t seen Time this week. Thanks for the heads up. I will check it out.

  18. R.J. says:

    I read that article, Chris. This is not over by a long shot. Expect chaos in Denver later this month.

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