Good Morning All,
Well Obama had an overwhelming win last night in Mississippi with over 90 percent of the black vote and 25 percent of the white vote taking 15 delegates to Clinton's 12 delegates with 6 delegates are left for allocation (but Obama will get at least half). Now the focus is on the 6 week campaign to Pennsylvania with 158 delegates up for grabs and Clinton still has a double digit lead in Pennsylvania to date...
Is it only me or is the thrill fading? Between stripped delegates, and this backwards way of the democractic party distributing delegates proportionately as oppossed to winner take all is slowly sucking the life out of this "historic event"
Also the statement that I have been waiting for has finally been said (surprisingly though it came from a former white female vp candidate)... If Obama was not a black man he would not get the support and hype he has attained thus far... Well of course that goes without saying... This is still America where race matters (Obama), gender matters (Hillary), religion matters (Romney), money matters (EVERYONE)... When geraldine Ferraro was the first viable woman VP nominee I am sure it did not bother her one bit that she received so much support because of her gender...
The Clinton supporters with there flip mouths are doing nothing for the public opinion of Hillary and the direction of her campaign... The increased negativity is disappointing to say the least and is compromising the entire democratic party
"Growth is always worth the price you pay, because the alternative is a limited life with unfulfilled potential"- Anonymous