Monday, March 10, 2008

Do they think we're stupid?

Ok, for months now Hillary and her hubby have been questioning Barack's readiness on Day One. He's inexperienced. His campaign is of full of too much hope. He's a mere wordsmith. BUT, now they are suggesting a possible Hillary/Obama ticket. Is this just another Clinton dirty trick to garner more Clinton votes? Are they hoping that people are gullible enough to not vote for Obama because hey, they can vote for both in November? If Obama isn't qualified to run for President, then wth would he be qualified to be the vice president? Surely, if Hillary is away from the White House one evening, Obama may have to answer that 3 am call. As Barack recently asked, "If I'm not ready, how is it that you think I should be such a great vice president?" Obama asked. ""Do you understand that?"

So, what kind of game are these people playing? I think Former Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle of South Dakota, an Obama backer, said it best:
"It may be the first time in history that the person who is running number two would offer the person running number one the number two position," Daschle told "Meet the Press."
If this is not just a game, then this proves that the Clintons are just that arrogant. I'm not saying that Obama shouldn't consider VP IF he loses the nomination. BUT, why should he consider it now when he's winning?
These people kill me. Well, I for one will NOT vote for Hillary in 08 unless Obama is on the ticket. She represents old politics and I'm fed up with it.
BTW, I thought of posting a pic of the Clintons, but can't even stand to look at their faces right now.


susan marie said...

You are 100% on target with this. And yes, they assume Obama supporters are stupid, and would be grateful and thrilled to get a 2 for 1 deal: "Vote for Hillary, and we'll throw in your little Obama, for the price of one." This is condescending garbage, and noone should fall for it. Noone.

TravelDiva said...

I TOTALLY AGREE! It ticks me off because Clinton keeps saying that she's got experience, McCain has got experience and Barack has a speech. Well if he just has a speech, why the heck would you want him as your VP--if that's all he's bringing to the table.

The arrogance and patronizing attitude the Clintons have shown during this campaign have been a complete turnoff. I agree, I'm not voting for Hillary, unless by some chance Barack is on the ticket. But if she is on the ticket with someone else, I'll vote for Nader.

Grown Woman said...

never thought I'd vote for Nader but I would if forced to.

12kyle said...

This whole "experience" thing is a joke. Because she's lived in the White House...does that mean she's more qualified than Obama? If that's the case, maybe Barbara Bush should run? How is she gonna control the country when she couldn't even control her man? Haaaaa.

How about the commercial that she's using about what she'd do when the phone rang at 3am? When it rings at 3 am, she wouldn't be in the bed b/c she'd be too busy trying to find out which tramp Bill was getting brains from. LMAO

Seriously, all of this is a smoke screen. McCain knows that he'd beat her easily. He fears Barack b/c he as the ability to move independents and tap into their base.

Great post

Eb the Celeb said...

That's exactly what Hilary is trying to do... I just hope that we are smart enough not to fall in that trap! I hope we as a people do not settle or give up... Barack the Vote!

Pretty.Hip said...

I'm just starting to hate the Clintons more and more everyday. It's kind of sad because her policies are not that different from Obama's (aside from health care), but if she wins I WILL NOT vote for her. She must think that we're stupid... If Obama wouldn't be ready on the 1st day because he has no experience, then why would he be a good VP. What if something happens to the president and he has to be ready on the 1st day? No, we're not stupid, the Clintons are!

James Tubman said...


they doooooo