Dear Democratic Friends: 2008 is a Democratic year-at all levels in all the
states. The opportunity is ours. We just have to seize it.
We experienced an exciting, intense, sometimes difficult, campaign to nominate
our presidential candidate. Now it's over. Barack Obama won.
I supported Hillary Clinton and am proud and pleased that I did. But she lost.
Barack Obama won. It's over.
It is time for all Democrats, supporters of Senator Clinton and all other
contenders for the nomination, to stand with him to secure his election and the
election of Democrats at all levels of competition.
I must confess a bit of fatigue and irritation with people who continue to carp,
complain, and criticize the results of the primary and lay down conditions for
their support. The Los Angeles Lakers didn't establish conditions to recognize
the Boston Celtics as NBA Champions; Roger Federer did not demand concessions
before recognizing that Rafael Nadal defeated him at Wimbledon.
It is time to act in a mature and resourceful fashion. It's time to put the primaries behind us. It's time to support Barack
Obama without conditions or demands.
It's time to WIN for Barack Obama, the Democratic Party, America, and our
future. We have an unparalleled opportunity. I hope we will all do everything we
can to seize the moment.
See you at the Inauguration.
DNC Member At-Large, South Carolina
Former Chair of the Democratic National Committee
Secretary, Democratic National Committee
Mr. Donald Fowler
PO Box 50627
Columbia, SC 29250
Ms. Alice Germond
Democratic National Committee
430 S. Capitol St. SE
Washington, DC 20003
The nerve of these douches to lecture us like we're children. I'm so glad that Mr. Fowler and Ms. Germond are able to sleep at night comparing the fraudulent Democratic Primary results to the NBA and Wimbledon finals. That's so messed up I don't even know where to begin. Of course they had no problem voting to take 4 delegates from HRC and giving them to Pampers. Isn't that convenient.
Don, Alice, if you wanted to seize victory you should have stood up for the candidate that still kicks McCain to the curb in the polls while Pampers can't work up enough thrust to break out of the margin of error; if you want to see Democratic victories up and down the ballot in November you should have gotten behind the candidate that is personally responsible for 132 members of Congress (including Pampers Ovomit) being elected or reelected to their seats through vigorous campaigning and fundraising: Hillary Clinton.
Tell me, what exactly has Pampers done for down ballot Democrats? He's not doing fundraising. He's not campaigning for anyone. His SS are taking over state party apparatus and only seem to be concerned about getting their messiah elected. The Congress has an approval rating of 9. Nancy Pelosi has an approval rating of 4. George W. Shrub has an approval rating of 25. So you tell me you fat headed worthless piles of spooge, exactly how are you going to maintain, let alone grow, Democratic control of Congress when your party hasn't done shit for this nation in the last two years except roll over to Bush, your presumptuous nominee doesn't have the support of 1 in 3 of Democrats surveyed (Trident gum polls better with dentists than Pampers does with his own party), and down ticket Dems are getting zero support from him, and the rest don't want it? Is it any wonder why I left the party?
Y'all are dumber than a bag of hammers, and have proven to me that a Democratic Party that nominates Obama is not worth saving as long as obtuse morons, such as yourselves, are part of it.
I'm still not supporting Pampers. And when people ask me why I'll just blame you.