I made the following statement on January 23, 2008...so I was off a little (just reverse the occupants) but the results are just the same (see New York Daily News article below ).
I made the following statement on January 23, 2008...so I was off a little (just reverse the occupants) but the results are just the same (see New York Daily News article below
"I don't know how many times I have to say this, "Hillary Clinton has already bought the cottage at 1700 Pennsylvania Ave." The faux-debates are just a front to keep the ignorant American voters entertained between episodes of American Idol and other mindless space occupiers. The Democrat Party and the mainstream media have already selected John McCain as the GOP's designated loser to Clinton. Everything is orchestrated and played out according to plan. If the media wanted a black, they should have selected Alan Keyes...the smartest of the current crop of candidates...but they (the media) did not like his tone. Instead they found Obama to grab a little of both shades. Yes, everything is racist! It's always been that way. The white supremest have always controlled the end result of any election. Now they want complete control and if you look carefully you'll see how their game plan is played out. Clinton will take a large percentage of the women vote and a smaller percentage of the black vote. Obama will do just the opposite. But together they'll combine forces and once this charade is over, Hillary will select Obama as her running mate.
And now you know the rest of the story...WAKE UP AMERICA!"
After their little secret meeting they will emerge as Obama in the White House and Hillary in the number two spot...that's #2 pot!
Barack Obama & Hillary Clinton in stealth meeting to unite
Friday, June 6th 2008, 4:00 AM
The hush-hush meeting was aimed at forging an alliance among the presumptive Democratic nominee, his vanquished rival and their fervent backers for the campaign ahead to take back the White House from the GOP.
"Sen. Clinton and Sen. Obama met tonight and had a productive discussion about the important work that needs to be done to succeed in November," the two campaigns said in a joint statement. No other details were provided.
Sources said the meeting was arranged through staff and held at the Washington home of California Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
Obama had invited Clinton to meet over the next few weeks at a time and place of her choosing, but the decision to move it up to Thursday night was a surprise, as were the stealth arrangements.
Obama spent most of the day stumping in Virginia and was scheduled to fly home to Chicago in his chartered plane. The aircraft took off for the Windy City with the reporters covering the campaign aboard - but without the candidate.
Clinton - who refused to throw in the towel when Obama clinched the nomination Tuesday night - is now set to concede the race formally in a speech to supporters in Washington Saturday. Some of her backers have touted her as a running mate for Obama, but Clinton distanced herself from that effort Thursday.
"She is not seeking the vice presidency, and no one speaks for her but her," Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson said. "The choice here is Sen. Obama's and his alone."
Both candidates spoke often during the grueling Democratic primary marathon about their confidence that they would be united in the fall to defeat Republican John McCain. But tensions between the campaigns grew as Obama approached the finish line. Clinton hung in as the odds against her grew from long to impossible.
Still, their public words about each other in the past few days have grown warmer, and the Obama team is aware of her enduring strength with voters he'd like to have in his corner, including women and blue-collar whites. The pressure for her to get out of the race came from her longtime loyalists, including fellow New York legislators, who were anxious to close ranks with Obama.
Clinton also alarmed top supporters when she floated the idea of seeking a roll call vote at the convention "for Chelsea's sake" - a comment that was "met with intense pushback," a Clinton source said.
Congressional colleagues took their lingering displeasure semi-public Thursday. They called a snap news conference to endorse Obama - and none said they will be at her bow-out Saturday.