Turn off the lights, the party’s over for Hillary. Time for her to pack up her thousands of smelly pantsuits and go back to — wherever it is she’s pretending to be a resident (South Dakota, Bend, Oregon) …with the swollen, purple-faced scum bag in-chief, Billy Jeff. Wouldn’t it be smart for her to divorce him this week? Now that might get her some votes. But lose her superdelegates.
Anyway, time to pack up several semi-trailers.
Come to think of it, she would probably have the Secret Service agents pack up her things. Hillary doesn’t have to do any little people tasks.
She is sounding very shrill lately, a lot like Phillis Diller. She should borrow some of her jokes about her ex-husband, Fang, and turn them into Bill jokes.
Did a news organization ever try and do an inventory of all those pantsuits she wore during the 1.5-year campaign? It should be recorded on video for the Smithsonian.
Here’s a concept: the superdelegates don’t have to wait for marching orders from Hillary anymore. It’s over. Start to announce this week and get ready for the real campaign.
Barack Obama erased Hillary Rodham Clinton’s lock with superdelegates on Friday and won a coveted labor endorsement as elements of the Democratic Party began coalescing around the Illinois senator for the fall campaign.
Obama picked up the backing of nine superdelegates, including Rep. Donald Payne of New Jersey, a member of the Congressional Black Caucus who had been a Clinton supporter.
In addition, the American Federation of Government Employees announced its support for Obama. The union claims about 600,000 members who work in the federal and Washington, D.C., governments.
This is amazing, Halliburton has a total 50,000 employees world-wide and they are engineers doing real work.
Obama, who won a convincing victory in the North Carolina primary and lost Indiana narrowly on Tuesday, has been steadily gaining strength in the days since.