Monday, April 28, 2008

The Dean of the Democratic Party says ... "One Must Go"

He's right.

The longer this square off goes on, the higher the chance of John McCain becomming the next President of the U.S.A.

Hillary Clinton represents the "new age woman" - she is of the ilk that seeks to prove they are just as good, just as equal, just as whatever as men are; At any cost. She's almost like a butch dyke ... The kind who constantly competes with men - the kind who has no respect for men whatsoever, and would never, ever admit to losing to one.

This race was over months ago. Obama's lead was so large that it would be improbable for her to come back; She could stay in the race, and make the results closer than they were, but in all likelihood, she was going to lose - and is going to lose, but in the end, the longer she keeps this going, the more likely that He is gonna lose too.

In fact, what this all means is, WE are going to lose.

That is the end result of this "new age woman" - The Post Woman's Liberation Movement woman who feels that being a house wife is somehow, a demeaning role - who believe that Women should be the head of the household, not men. You know, the New Age Woman of "This Society" - who cares nothing for the old 'gender roles' that helped make this society strong - in the long run, what they have done to us as a country is help us Lose.

It bothers me, because what Hilary is doing with her debates, with her commercials, is casting doubt in the very people needed to help the Democrats win, that the Other guy can do the job. She is muddying the waters, blind to what will happen in the long run. Then again, perhaps she knows.

Perhaps she ... like many White Americans, just do not want to see a Black Man win this position; and will do anything to stop it from happening. Afterall, lets be honest - Politically it really does not matter who's in office, at least it has not up to this point. Life doesn't get easier for black people, and rarely gets worse for whites. I mean they have made this race... an issue of race .. so let's not shy away from that now.

Republican values focus highly on providing a better way for rich, (often white) people. Their values appeal greatly to blacks who have disconnected from 'the hood' - who have no interest in going back and helping out the communities they come from.

Democratic values, which usually are interested in helping minorities out, often upset the rich, and turn them off from the idea of helping those less fortunate, in the united states; they simply don't do enough to speak out against instances of racism that still lingers in our society - rarely do they do enough to preach the importance of those at the top, reaching down to help those at the bottom come up to where they are.

So it almost really doesn't matter - but it's clear that democratic rule is often better for blacks, and other minorities, than republican rule - Also from a world view, the desire to negotiate and debate or talk things out is higher on the priority list for Dems, while Republicans love going to war.

That is what's refreshing about Barrack's message of the need to Change - and so far he's shown that; While Clinton attacks, insults, and dirties his name - he does not respond to with the same tactics; He sticks to the issues, showing us that even his campaign is different - but will the average person realize that? .. or buy into the rhetoric of the medias sound bytes.

Dean says either Clinton or Obama must drop out in June

Mon Apr 28, 8:41 AM ET

Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean said Monday that either Hillary Rodham Clinton or Barack Obama must drop out of the Democratic presidential race after the June primaries in order to unify the party by the convention and win the election in November.

But Dean didn't say which candidate should drop out, only that it should happen after primary voters have been to the polls.

"We want the voters to have their say. That's over on June 3," Dean said in an interview on ABC's "Good Morning America."

Dean also said that while the party rules say Democratic superdelegates can wait until the party's August 25 convention to make up their minds, that would be too late to unify the party and defeat the presumptive Republican nominee, John McCain.

"We really can't have a divided convention. If we do it's going to be very hard to heal the party afterwards," Dean said. "So we'll know who the nominee is and that'll give us an extra 2 1/2 months to get our party together, heal the wounds of having a very closely divided race and take on Senator McCain."

Dean said he won't have to tell either Clinton or Obama when it's time to leave the race.

"Either of these candidates, if it's time for them to go, they'll know it and they will go," Dean said. "They don't need any pushing from me. You know when to get in and you know when to get out. That's just part of the deal."

"This is not about Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama," Dean added. "This is about our country. It's about a better course for our country. ... We've got to move on and win the presidency."

Obama has more delegates and popular votes than Clinton, but she is also fresh off a big-state win in Pennsylvania.

Dean said that "none of the so-called party elders I talked to" think the contest should go until the convention. "I agree with that," Dean said.

"We've got nine more primaries ... Five hundred of the 800 unpledged delegates have already said who they are for. The remaining 300 will do that by the end of June and we'll know who our nominee is and that's what we need to do," Dean said on NBC's "Today" show.

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