"I have a much broader base to build a winning coalition on.”…As evidence, Clinton cited an Associated Press article "that found how Sen. Obama's support among working, hard-working Americans, white Americans, is weakening again, and how whites in both states who had not completed college were supporting me."
Oh, Hillary. I’m just not sure what you’re about anymore, except maybe making everyone kind of hate you. You made a big deal of your squeaker in
Look, even in 1996, when every other non-retard-ruled state said hell to the no to Dole, Indiana stood out like an idiotic Republican dot surrounded by a sea of sensible Democratude.
Don't have a heart attack. This map is pre-2000 political affiliation color assignment.
Just look at that shit. People ask what’s the matter with Kansas, but I say what the fuck is in the fucking corn in Indiana, dude, that they so stubbornly refused to face the facts that their Midwestern neighbors already knew: the 90s are going well. Don’t fuck it up.
Now, Hillary has become the last guest at the party. The one that won’t take a hint, even when we put on our pajamas and start turning out the lights. But not only is she rummaging through our CD collection and wondering aloud why there’s no more beer left, she’s doing it while also making boorish, racially-charged comments designed to make one host wonder whether the other might get out of bed and shiv him in the middle of night.
I understand that if there is even the slightest chance remaining in Hillary’s mind that she and Bill might be able to pull a delegate coup, she will stay in the race. To her, it is worth it. What she has not considered, I think, is that to the majority of us, it is not worth it. In fact, it hurts. It hurts a lot. And if she were truly the woman she says she is, she would start thinking about that.