Another great YouTube mashup to entertain as we look forward to another O-Day, in which Barack Obama will move closer to securing the democratic nomination (although Hillary Clinton will likely stay in the race for the next two weeks, regardless):
Last week a fun meme went through the twitterverse… “When Obama wins…”
Well today as news broke that former presidential candidate and former senator John Edwards would endorse Barack Obama — after months of speculation as to whether he would endorse at all — Twitter crashed. Related? Most likely. While Twitter has been on the fritz lately, the Obama/Edwards tweets seem to have sent Twitter’s backend beyond the land of 500 server errors and off the deep end.
Will President Obama save Twitter? Or did attorney general-elect John Edwards just break it?
Amazing when even a CNN.com poll puts Clinton in the Bush zone of turning off 2/3 of the public. And CNN was her biggest fan too, right Wolf? It’s beginning to look like she’s the next hater of the “Democrat” party, perhaps she’ll stick around and smear the will of the voters and the choice of the party and then link up with Lieberman for a surprise INdepedopublican ticket? Perhaps that’s easier to believe than what the Daily news seemed to infer this morning by claiming Clinton is staying in to represent the middle class white folks and help perpetuate the right wing myths regarding Obama being a Muslim, etc.
I’m gonna be sick. And so is George McGovern — one of HRC’s earliest backers, now wants to send her far, far away.
Love this site thought: Hillaryis404.org: This candidacy can not be found. Brilliant!
Barack Obama made a strong speech tonight in Raleigh, North Carolina and while i’ve been confident ever since Super Tuesday that the candidacy was his to lose and more recently, all but “signed, sealed, delivered,” it felt especially sweet to walk into my living room tonight and find myself staring at a large poster of the next president of the United States. Anyway, this will undoubtedly drag on, however, it’s nice to celebrate and i’ve got my fingers crossed that somehow, someway, Senator Clinton will wake up Wednesday relieved, refreshed, and bathing in the revelation of reality. It’s time, Hillary, time to put your energy back into the party, time to back Barack. With only six months until election day, I’d love to see the debunking of John McCain take place over the next eight weeks as opposed to a continuation of the embarrassing bickering holding up the Dems campaign. Clinton already announced that she’d be taking the day off, so who knows… perhaps she will step back, mull it over, and do what’s best for herself, the party, and the country.