People Are Pissed Here At Hillary
I am still at Yearly Kos, and I can tell you, Senator Clinton's decicision to skip the question and answer session, which every other candidate is participating in, is ticking people off.
What is it with her campaign? Everytime they do something that excites the base, like taking on O'Reilly, they snub a core constituency, in what only seems like an constant effort to extend a middle finger.
People can stay home next year if you are the nominee Mrs. Clinton. People like me and my wife who life in the unimportant state of Ohio. And frankly, I am getting really sick of all the positioning, posturing and pretend-support for a reasonable agenda of getting out of the war, providing universal healthcare and cleaning up elections. You've been forewarned.
Here is Obama's take:
"Why turn down the opportunity to hear from people excited about bringing change to Washington and new leadership to the White House?" spokeswoman for the Illinois Senator's campaign, Jen Psaki, said in an e-mail to RAW STORY. "It is Barack Obama's birthday and he can't think of a better place to be."