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WoW! If Hillary’s supporters want this, what will she do?

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If anything was obvious in Tuesday’s Democrat debate, it was that Hillary Clinton seethed with anger. She was visibly angry and the inflection and tone in her voice attested to it. Judging by first hand accounts of various advisers and officials close to the Clintons over the years, I would expect that some volunteer had to be the one grabbing their ankles Tuesday night.

To those who have actually listened to former associates of the Clintons, Hillary’s anger is nothing new. To those who are “new” to the Hillary experience and have chosen to not see her as she has always been, was Tuesday a wake up call?

Are some of the people who were Hillary supporters before the debate, at least a tiny bit hesitant about her being an emotional Kilauea? We worry about regular schmoes in everyday life who walk around with a smile on their face while the blood coursing through their veins is a cool 300 degrees. Why not worry about someone who has these characteristics and is running for President? I certainly do.

Hillary supporters don’t seem to mind their candidate being slightly unhinged though. Of course, it’s not their candidate who is the problem, it’s the guy who asked her a question, the guy who called her on something she had said, Tim Russert’s fault. The blame always lies with others on the Hillary campaign trail. One Hillary supporter, who participated in a Wednesday conference call with the campaign made her intentions known. According to The Hill.Com,

Another said Russert “should be shot,” before quickly adding that she shouldn’t say that on a conference call.

When you have supporters who have feelings like that, watch out my friend! The best part about Hillary’s meltdown in front of the country, is that she HAS done this before, but she has always done it behind closed doors, now it won’t be so easy to hide that wicked witch like anger she has been bottling up for awhile. We all know what happens when people bottle up their anger, the pressure build until it can’t be held in any longer and we see complete meltdown.

The cool thing is, Hillary will probably be the Democratic nominee and she will be hopefully facing more folks like a Tim Russert, who do not hold back on any candidate, Republican or Democrat. We need people to ask the tough questions and then continue to hammer that nail if they see where someone tries to get away with being on both sides of an issue. 

In closing, watch out for Hillary supporters out there, they just might think you need to be shot. 

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3 Responses

  1. As much as I’d like to see a woman president, I don’t trust Hillary as far as I can throw her.

  2. I have had a few people tell me that I won’t vote for Hillary because she is a woman, which is the most ludicrous thing I have ever heard! My issue when voting for the President of this country is that the person I vote for needs to be somewhat in-line with my views. Gender is not an issue for me when voting for the leader of the free world.

  3. I think Mc Cain is a very clever strategist but he may have put himself and the party in a lot of trouble. Brilliant move but wrong pick, I think there are plenty of woman candidates he could have chosen from the Republican Party, that are already known to the public and had a broader range of experience. I also believe that a man with Palin’s same qualifications and credentials would be laughed at. Republicans especially women republicans are focusing too much on her being a WOMAN making history than they are thinking about this country! I think this is an attempt to marginalize Obama and to gain the Democrats defectors that were lost when Clinton did not get picked for VP. I also think groups like PUMA are strongly misguided and take Clinton’s lose too personal. This is not about you this is about what is best for the nation! I am strongly insulted about Mc Cain’s blind pick to choose a woman to gain Clinton’s supports, other than having the same body parts they are nothing alike! I feel that Obama supporters and Clinton’s supporters have a whole different vibe. Obama supporters pick him for the country while Clinton supporters pick her for her gender, and if you are a Clinton supporter that is jumping on the Republican band-wagon over this stunt shame on you! I feel that Obama supporters and Clinton’s supporters have a whole different vibe. Obama supporters pick him for the country while Clinton supporters pick her for her gender, and if you are a Clinton supporter that is jumping on the Republican band-wagon over this stunt shame on you! The Democrat party has to come together to win this if not we will have another poor Republican president for another 4 more years or longer.

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