It's cool that they are pushing unity,however typical politics are in play as well.H.R.C. turning overnight into his biggest fan,not admiting to any lies,dirty tricks or issues they still oppose each other on."Spontanious",yet well organized chants from the crowd?I understand why this is taking place,but the level of orchestration and the carefully worded(we were just playing a game)speeches,as I'm sure everyone else does,but it still rings a little false,hollow and politics as usual,not the big change that is being talked about.The "whatever it takes" is back in full force.Hasn't changed my mind at all,but Obama should be careful not to let Hilary take over his campain for him,as her style is the weak way,in a Country that needs new strength.I dream of a day when Barack can say,"This Bitch really broke my balls and said a lot of shit about me during the Primaries,but she works for me now!".
... but it still rings a little false,hollow and politics as usual,not the big change that is being talked about.It ain't "The Oprah Winfrey Show," deej. I bet they got real behind closed doors.In public, I'll accept some "fake-it-till-you-make-it." Go through the motions and the genuine feelings will follow.
And of course at the end of the day,I don't get to vote anyway.Not until we return all the America's to British rule!LOLDoesn't mean I don't care about the results though.
^ Of course. You guys will reap the "white exodus" once Barack takes over! ;^)
Jah!Movement of the people!LOL
The only people promising to leave the US if the other guy wins are the typical Hollywood lefties like Susan Sarandon. Too bad kooks like her and Alec Baldwin never make good on their promises.All this kumbaya stuff was inevitable, but I think Hillary Clinton revealed what she truly thinks about Obama when she said this:"I have a lifetime of experience I will bring to the White House. I know Senator McCain has a lifetime of experience he will bring to the White House. And Senator Obama has a speech he made in 2002."
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