Monday, June 9, 2008

Get Over It and Get On Board

O.k., so I’ve got to make a concerted effort to stop reading comments on posts on sites such as CNN and The Huffington Post. I can’t believe some of the madness I encountered while reading comments to an article on regarding the reaction of a number of Hillary’s supporters following Saturday’s concession speech. I thought it was a great first step in bringing the Democrats back together, but I’m obviously still high on the fumes of Obama’s ascension to presumptive Democratic nominee, because vitriolic hatred abounds and some of these broads cannot see past their own disappointment and vow to support McCain in protest.

Sure, it’s never easy when your guy, or in this case gal, doesn’t win and maybe it’s because I’m so used to being on the short end of the stick when it comes to my candidate not winning, but opting for McCain is simply not the answer, nor do you have the right to shove Hillary down Obama’s throat as his vice presidential running mate.

Get over your loss and get on board, because more than your hurt feelings and overwhelming disappointment is at stake. We’re at a very critical point in our history. Our economy is tanking. Our standing in the world community has been greatly compromised, and during the last 8 years, our domestic infrastructure has received virtually no attention. John McCain knows only one thing--- war and combat and even four years under his administration will lead to the further determent of this nation and our children’s future and other than Condi Rice, I’ve yet to encounter a woman, who doesn’t want to ensure a better, more secure future for our children.

1 comment:

jillybean said...

I couldn't have said it better myself!