June 4, 2008 at 7:32 pm 149 comments

Obama is a great speaker. But, something to realize in all of this excitement for him – he was the first candidate to bring out the magic word in his campaign “CHANGE”.

With millions of Americans in record- numbers unhappy with Congress, the President, AND the direction that are country is headed – ANY candidate who could speak eloquently with the message of “change” was bound to soar to the top in the primary race this year.

That word “CHANGE” was going to appeal to millions of Americans because millions of Americans are fed up with our political system and process and want anything but the above. The same thing happened with the Republicans when Ron Paul and Mike Huckabee started to soar. But, it is time to STOP and THINK once again – before jumping to Obama or anyone right now that is throwing around the word “change”. What is that change? How are they going to bring about change?

18-million citizens did NOT vote for Obama and the campaign of “change”. Not because we too do not want change but, because maybe most of us were able to ask the serious question, “How will he bring about this change?”

We, the 18-million voters, were the majority of the vote in the democratic primary and that was for Hillary – NOT for Obama.

Although Obama did NOT receive the majority of the vote – he was annointed by the elite and powerful members of the Democratic Party as the nominee of the Party. I ask you – isn’t this a contradiction to the message that Obama speaks of? Isn’t his message of change about the American people having the power to bring the change and not politics as usual where nothing gets done except for what DC decides is going to get done? Doesn’t he speak of change as being a new way of doing politics in which we see an end to decision-making through political power, favors, and backroom deals?

As far as McCain, if we do not go to Obama – are we REALLY left with ONLY the choice of going to McCain. After all, if Hillary will not run as an Independent and our voting block of 18-million stays in tack – we will be able to have the power to recruit almost anyone of our chosing to run for us as an Independent.

Because of the 50-state primary and Hillary working hard in each of these states – there are great numbers of voters in every state that sign petitions easily to get OUR INDEPENDENT candidate on the ballot. But, this is also – just a suggestion because we want to hear from YOU and what your ideas are.

Otherwise, we are just waiting to see what is going to happen next. And, in the meantime not a whole lot has changed as the media, d-party leaders, and Obama supporters tear down Hillary and Bill Clinton.

Something new that is happening, or maybe not so new but, at an elevated-level is now those of us that are of the 18-million are being torn down starting on CNN last night after the end of the primary races. I read on another blog that we are even being called racists by a major Democratic Party leader today.

So, what are we going to do?

This blog is for those of us that are feeling disenfranchised at this time – to share ideas of how to turn 18-million into 18 MIL STRONG and GROWING!

After all, our block of citizens that volunteer, contribute, and VOTE is strongly desired and desperately needed by BOTH parties and Presidential candidates to win in November. That is why both campaigns are in major strategy meetings trying to figure out the BEST way to come after us and bring us into their camp. Have you ever felt so powerful or wanted? What? Little ole’ me – the stupid, old, uneducated, blue-collar citizen that voted for Hillary? Isn’t this how we have been described?

However, we will ONLY continue to be a strong and desired force as long as we all stick together. If we begin to dwindle in numbers – we will begin to lose our value as a voting block.

Who knows, 18 MIL STRONG could end up being the movement to bring about the 2nd American Revolution for the citizens of our country peacefully from online meetings and debates.

How do we proceed?

Suggestion; none of us make any decisions for at least 30-days. We take this time to share our feelings on this blog and then we will come together with a common interest in where to give our support.

After all, Hillary could end up running as the VP or Hillary could be completely pushed out and have no where to go herself. But, one thing is for sure – the Democratic Party BELIEVES that eventually WE WILL ALL COME AROUND and vote for who THEY decided was going to be the nominee.

So, let’s get this revolution started by sharing your comments and suggestions. Then send as many other citizens to this site to participate so we may grow rapidly.

With great numbers – we will capture the attention of the media and of the candidates. And, NOT just Presidential candidates either. Oh, and we must not forget . . . we will also capture the attention of the TWO-POLITICAL PARTIES who care so deeply about each and everyone of us that they now have BOTH decided that our votes do NOT count (2000 and 2008). Let’s see how much they think our votes are worth when they can’t get them!

With strength in numbers – we will be able to have much more power that will open up the door for much more participation from the citizens in how we do politics in this country.

Keep the story alive and our power REAL by sticking together!


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Hillary’s Speech is Beginning and the CROWD EXPLODES!

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  • 1. Karen Schoen  |  June 4, 2008 at 8:12 pm

    I am tired of the press and the elite super delegates deciding this election. Hillary was railroaded and is time to stop.

    This site is very needed for all of us to come together and decide what we want to do with our block of voters that is very powerful.

    I look forward to reading what all the suggestions and comments will be from like-voting minds.

  • 2. Kurt  |  June 5, 2008 at 1:30 am

    The SD handed this nomination to Obama. NEITHER had enough delegates to win the nomination!!!!!!!
    Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, the electoral vote and the MAJORITY of swing states. Hillary would have CRUSHED McCain now we have a MAJOR HARD battle on our hand and one Obama will lose easily!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Hillary or Bust!!!
    Solution not rhetoric

  • 3. josgirl  |  June 5, 2008 at 1:43 am

    I would love an opportunity to support a real “change” candidate.
    I would be more honored if that candidate was Hillary Rodham Clinton.
    I changed my party affiliation yesterday, so I’m already halfway there.
    Now we just need Senator Clinton.

  • 4. hugo  |  June 5, 2008 at 1:47 am

    This type of organization is certainly necessary to keep Senator Clinton’s supporters united and to ensure that the DNC and the MSM realize we will not get in line like lemmings. There must be tangible consequences for the disrespect and hate-speech directed at her and at us.

    It is indeed time for a second American Revolution. Any time a party ignores voters and installs an unqualified and unvetted candidate for the presidency, there must be real change. I’m not sure how that will happen, but the fact that these websites are appearing is most encouraging. We can start a revolution just as we helped Hillary win the most popular votes of any prsidential candidate. We have the power and must maintain the momentum.

    Thanks so much for organizing. I look forward to seeing what Hillary’s supporters can accomplish.

  • 5. chatblu  |  June 5, 2008 at 2:03 am

    I’m an Independent after 22 years in the party. Party unity my foot.

  • 6. Ophie  |  June 5, 2008 at 2:18 am

    I am angry of what became of the Democratic Party where I believe, democracy is non-existent. I am a good loser if all is fair & square. The DNC would rather encourage a questionable upstart as the nominee who doesn’t have the credentials to make “changes” in our beloved country and who agreed to accept the “stolen votes” from Hillary Clinton, allowing the media and other people to vilify her in the most atrocious manner I could never imagine. My family, friends, and I love her but we can not force ourselves to vote for Hussein Obama because he is not at par with her. It’s true what others say that he is only good in scripted speeches because I’ve seen 4 of his debates especially the one with C. Gibson & George S. What change can he make when he can not give details of his plans, not like Hillary. How pathetic could he is as a president if he can not represent the USA by stuttering and saying “um”, etc? I hope these 18 mio voters would think hard and encourage Hillary to severe her ties with the DP and run as an Independent candidate. This is for you Obama and your ambitious wife, watch for your fall this GE because the higher you think of yourselves, the harder the fall. VIVA HILLARY CLINTON, may you succeed in your presidential quest. I am not a fanatic but only believe in the integrity of what is right.

  • 7. Kurt  |  June 5, 2008 at 2:25 am

    If obama is such a uniter let him unite the party
    it would break my heart to see hillary holding hands with the same TURDS that have so VILIFIED her with caustic, biting, disparaging, disgusting comments and actions.
    I know she is a hard core democrat and will suck in her gut and do whatever it
    takes. but i want her to keep it to a minimum.

  • 8. Kurt  |  June 5, 2008 at 2:54 am

    the same left wing liberals YELLED AND SCREAMED, filed lawsuits, petitions
    when gore won the popular vote and lost the electoral vote!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    it was a crime to say bush won by the rules.
    and now their candidate stands to gain “under the rules” and these same left
    wingers thrash and trash hillary

  • 9. Toni4Hill  |  June 5, 2008 at 4:52 am

    He claims to be above Washington politics yet he plays even dirtier “Chicago” politics. He won his first election by making a seriously underhanded move. If he was a true community activst why wasn’t everyone registered to vote. He’s a lying hypocrite and his campaign is a complete farce.

  • 10. Kourian  |  June 5, 2008 at 6:46 am

    I do not agree Barry is a great speaker. I find him drastically dimwitted and in terms of intellect

  • 11. Margarita  |  June 5, 2008 at 3:58 pm

    Obama has played dirty chicago politics from the start of his career. He is the worst kind of politician – one without experience, qualifications, or good judgement but with knowledge how to manipulate, lie and steal his way to the top.

    Hillary was our only hope to get our country back in order. She was our only hope to bring democracy back to the US and instead we saw democracy completely disintegrate. Hillary has been pushed out of this election from the very start by the media, by the d-party leaders and by obama and his supporters.

    It’s time we take back our country. Say no to the extreme left-wing or the extreme right-wing that has no problem lying, cheaing and taking away democracy from us. We need to start our new party – our Independent party – our third party system that would have Hillary Clinton on our ticket.

    Keep fighting and don’t ever forget those that threw Hillary under the bus.

  • 12. Nichole Morrow  |  June 5, 2008 at 5:10 pm

    As for my opinion I think change is something we strongly need. The health care system is so broken. We really need a strong voice for all the people and children without help to speak for them. So who ever wins the presidency I truly hope we get a “person for the people” and really get to see a change.

  • 13. ProudMilitaryMom  |  June 5, 2008 at 5:12 pm

    Great blog! If and when the thunderstorms here quit- i will link at my blog- until then go to my blog and comment with links here.
    Also, everbody here should check out a new group I joined- PUMAPAC-
    Party unity My Ass or People United Means Action.

    My whole fear of the change thingie is he never answers WHAT is going to change. When I look at Wright, Rezko, Ayers, Odinga, Pfleger etc, I think they want a change to marxism. Then I hear “the party” the party” where the hell are we???? Hitler’s Germany? Stalin’s USSR?
    No thanks, not for me! I am an American FIRST, the party be DAMNED!

  • 14. yvonne  |  June 5, 2008 at 5:46 pm

    As we have been invisible to the Dem. Party for months, they are now invisible to us. As they come asking for our support, let them only see our backs.
    Martin Luther King said: “I dream of the day when a man will be judged by the content of his character and not the color of his skin”.
    How beautiful those works are even today. The Democratic Party did just the oppisit and judged the man on the color of his skin and not on the content of his character. That is racism at its worst because it’s hidden. Together we stand.

  • 15. Joyce  |  June 5, 2008 at 5:49 pm

    I’m with you guys, this primary campaign has been a real eye opener for
    me. This party has been drifting left for a while now, but this is the 1st
    time that I realized that I can’t be part of it anymore, and I’ve been
    voting since 1960, I too have sent my affiliation change request in.
    It’s obvious to me that obama was selected(not elected), by the Dean
    DNC. I don’t believe the chosen date of the convention, is just a
    coincidence…they chose obama to star in their show and give his
    acceptance speech on the anniversary of the MLK speech…
    “I have a dream “…wow, what a feather in Dean and Brazille’s cap!!!
    There’s a major twist though…obama’s ‘black liberation theology’
    affiliation, is NOT what MLK fought and died for!

    Deans DNC member and obama supporter, shouted to the world on
    CNN that the NEW Democratic Coalition is different now…it’s Afluent,
    Urban, Academic, College Students,Younger, and of course let’s not
    forget the African Americans. They just arbitrarily split the party in half…
    they said they don’t need the blue collar workers, the middle class,
    no degree…ooops you’re out… oh no, you’re over 60, don’t need you
    either, and Women… hmmmm …I think they’re now having second
    thoughts…We need a Party for the rest of us, and we need a leader!
    We’ll be ready for you Hillary, we need a President, not an actor!

  • 16. KAT  |  June 5, 2008 at 6:36 pm

    I’m seeing more and more of these sorts of blogs and websites popping up and that’s good.

    I support Hillary with my whole heart, but I will never vote for Obama. And I mean it. No party unity. NObama–ever.

    No matter what Hillary says. Or anybody.

    Hillary or McCain.
    Never Obama

  • 17. JANNIE  |  June 5, 2008 at 7:53 pm

    I would love to support any movement that goes against the d-party and the MSM as they’ve conspired to select a candidate for the color of his skin not the content of his character!

  • 18. Toni  |  June 5, 2008 at 9:06 pm

    Obama, Dean, Brazille and the entire Democrat Party has said that they don’t need us. They seem to think they have another “new” core of constituents that will win the election for them. They have left us we have not leave them. My vote cannot be manipulated or bought. Obama does not represent my values or my principals. I am not a sheep that can be herded into voting for anyone they try to shove down my throat. Hillary is the People’s candidate by the People and for the People. We need to stay strong and get organized.

  • 19. FLGirl  |  June 6, 2008 at 2:03 am

    I’m here too…
    I denounce and repudiate the DNC and its selected not elected presumptive presidential nominee, Obama. Keep us updated. Together, we can change the US political landscape.

  • 20. Liria  |  June 6, 2008 at 3:12 am

    Thanks for posting this address at NARAL. I was checking to see what’s new at that farce of a women’s organization and was thrilled to see that they’ve had nearly NO participation on their blog since their divisive endorsement of BO.

    Great idea to start this blog and campaign. The one thing that’s really different (or has the potential to be) from the 2000 presidential results is that we have some TIME this time. Like so many of us, I’ve felt dejected and defeated. I’m refueling now thanks to all of you and your smart, dedicated persistence.

    Sending press releases through any of the major (paid) services would serve to raise the profile and search engine placement of anything we do. Since the major media is so biased and unified, this movement needs to make use of the tools people use to get their news. Keep blogging. Keep posting on other sites too.

    Good start!

  • 21. anniet  |  June 6, 2008 at 3:25 am

    Just as I think it is time for Hillary to sit back and regroup, I think it is a good time for her supporters to aorganize and get ready for action. United we stand, divided we fall and that is what B
    O and the Dem leadership is counting on. If something happens and Hillary is the nominee (I still have hope) If not than we can support McCain. As of May 31, I terminated my 38 year membership in the Democratic Pary, and I will never vote for Bo. So I am ready to do what it takes, to put either McCain or Clinton in the White House.

  • 22. corage  |  June 6, 2008 at 3:36 am

    there are a lot of grassroot groups sprouting which is great, but we need to organize into one big powerful organization. maybe have someone from clinton campaign like maggie williams or terry mccauliffe help organize us.
    you’re right, both parties want us…so we have the upper hand and we can definitely leverage this to our advantage.

    and to those pundits who say we will fall back in line and vote obama…read my lips – heelllll no. no means no. what part of no do you not understand? NO.

  • 23. hugo  |  June 6, 2008 at 3:51 am

    Great to see all of the support for this website and for Hillary clinton, the most intelligent, qualified, competent candidate. I’m still hoping that more Obama scandals are exposed and the SDs have no choice but flip to Hillary in August. Otherwise, I will be happy to vote for McCain to save her a seat for 2012.

  • 24. Third Eye Open  |  June 6, 2008 at 5:00 am

    After 35 yrs as a Dem, I wrote Pelosi this morning and told her I would never vote democrat again……
    (along with a few other choice words)

    I’m fed up with the lies and deceit! EVERYWHERE!!

  • 25. Delenn  |  June 6, 2008 at 5:07 am

    There are millions of us, and we are strong, and we are disenfranchised, and we are angry, and we are right… right in our perception of Obama, and right in our perception of what the DNC has now become. I support this effort completely, and will do my best to spread word of this blog.

  • 26. Nancy  |  June 6, 2008 at 5:11 am

    I will do whatever you need. I am ready to vote for Hillary on the Independent ticket if that will get her in the White House. I will NEVER vote for Obama.
    Please feel free to write if you need help

  • 27. Mella  |  June 6, 2008 at 5:15 am

    what part of lunatic fringe with tinfoil hats does the dnc not understand? caise that’s what they become obama voters and hilary voters to week to cast blank ballots or vote for mccann are.

    we’re the majorithy. lets nominate our own candidate. i think it should be hillary. what do you guys think.

    and call it the democratic party for hillary. but we might have to change the name if we nominate someone else.

    and we can have the convention right here too.

    they shammed her but obama should be the one shammed. but she still holds her head high. they shammed her and by making her hold her last rally in a basement.

  • 28. 18mil4hill  |  June 6, 2008 at 5:16 am

    she got shammed its a disgrace,yes i agree need to regroup,get the 18 mil here..30 days is alott of time and im tired of the press pundits bo so many scandels about him its true dirty politics,attached with a big Liar O and the worst nightmare in political history I will never ever cast a vote for bo with empty speeches.I wanna sleep at night and i wont if that crook is in there.
    she needs some rest ,we need a few days rest too,look at hillary she still going the lady just makes me work hard..her strength with memory just amazes me,ill do anything for her.this site will help me she was my hero my inspiration,she has the intellect ,the warmth i will will wear my
    lapel pin proud, i dont give a crap want anyone says,she represents me from way back in 92.Im so happy someone started
    this thank you,
    I happy to be here she has the upper hand and contol and power ,he knows it..and he can fall and go back home as far as im concerned.

  • 29. Mella  |  June 6, 2008 at 5:23 am

    i cant wait when we could have 18 million users here. then we can show it to donna brazil and say thats just how it goes

  • 30. 18mil4hill  |  June 6, 2008 at 5:49 am

    she said if the sd decide the race she is leaving the party well pack your bags db.
    so my tv is watching movies old channell , ill only watch greta and nancy grace..yep we need all supporters here so i will link his site to everyone i know here where i live who voted Hillary in there emails.
    Yep hillary is strong she always has her head up high,she gets down to but,thats life and it goes that way..she always has that sense of
    Caring she will never loose that.

  • 31. DeniseB  |  June 6, 2008 at 5:54 am

    I also re-registered this week after 36 years as a Democrat. November is still a long way off, but as of now I think I will write Hillary’s name in. If she runs as an independent she has my support.

    From the very first time I heard Obama speak it was the emperor with no clothes for me, and he only went downhill from there. He’s a marketing campaign & a dirty player. Hillary, on the other hand, just gets better & better.

    I regret all the money I’ve sent the DNC the past few years. They won’t see another penny from me. Cause it really is all about money & power.

  • 32. Peggy  |  June 6, 2008 at 6:36 am

    I have been a democrat since 1963. Since then, I have gone out in bad weather and stood in long lines to vote, worked phone banks and gone door to door in support of democratic candidates. Now, the DNC has decided that superdelegates can override the voice of the people and our votes don’t count. Well, my money has always been needed and appreciated. Just today, I received another request for money from the DNC. I told them I couldn’t help because I wasn’t a member of the party any longer. Today, I changed my party affiliation to Independent.

  • 33. Luke  |  June 6, 2008 at 9:13 am

    Thank you for this website – we need to spread the word.
    I thought all the comments on this site and others appear out of respect to Hillary Rodham Clinton and are thoughtful, intelligent and uplifting – full of hope and guidance to those of us who really do understand that the most qualified should be the candidate for President – and if the Democratic Party thinks we will be silenced or fall in line like sheep – well that’s not what this party is made up of – we are of both genders; of all colors and religion or of no religious affliation; we are blue collar and white collar workers, we are of every descent from all over the world, we are married, single, divorced, gay and straight – we are college educated or have a GED, we are Americans who believe in democracy and the right to vote for the candidate of our choice.

    The leaders of the Democratic Party really believe we are going to “calm down” and vote for BHO. I don’t think so. My wife said all that talk about the Reagan Democrats, well after November, it will be a lot of talk about the Clinton Democrats. Would love to see how Dean, Brazille, NBC and Chris Matthews spin this one. Hillary Clinton received the most horrid treatment of any candidate and the one person treating her with the most respect and go figure … John McCain.
    I was sent the following (copied from another website and authored by someone other than me – the last part of the entry re: statistics is really interesting.)

    “The DNC, leaders of the Democratic Party and the media failed HRC – and the Democratic party needs BHO to “pacify” us to bring “unity”. How naïve of BHO, the DNC, the leaders of the Democratic party, the “superdelegates” and the media to underestimate the base of the Democratic Party and think they can divide us by gender, race or religion – this is about qualifications and too many of us have had to work for unqualified superiors in our work lives – both blue collar and white collar. HRC deserves better – and yes, she will need to support BHO or be cast by all the names they call her anyway. But… we don’t. The Democratic party needs a wake-up call and if our votes for the other party don’t wake them up – then they don’t deserve us.

    Interesting Facts:
    HRC won in 17 largely blue states with 297 electoral votes. You need 270 to be come president. Democrats dominate in these states of Arizona (10), Arkansas (6), California (55), Nevada (5), New York (31), New Jersey (15), Texas (34), Tennessee (11), Ohio (20), Florida (27), Michigan (17), Pennsylvania (21), Kentucky (8), New Mexico (5), Massachusetts (12), West Virginia (5), Indiana (11), Rhode Island (4), and Puerto Rico (Commonwealth).

    BHO won in mostly red states with only 199 electoral votes. In those states Republicans vastly out number Democrats 2:1. Even if BHO won these red states and got Republicans to vote for him all he has are 199 electoral votes. Well short 270 needed to be president.

  • 34. wodiej  |  June 6, 2008 at 12:58 pm

    Here is one more of the 18 million who voted for and support and love Senator Hillary Clinton. SHE IS OUR BEACON OF LIGHT. God couldn’t have given us a more exceptional person to run our country.

    Shakespeare said “Evil prevails when good men do nothing”…

    I have been watching all of us and we are doing lots of somethings! We are sticking together with a sticker! We are strong, we are good and we are fighters-we should all be proud because this is what Hillary stands for too. As long as this world exists, there will be evil to fight. Let’s fight on!!

    Let’s do this Million Person March at the August Convention!

  • 35. Hillgirl  |  June 6, 2008 at 1:03 pm

    Hello, all. This is a very nice site. I am with you all in your expressions of great disappointment in the Democratic Party and this election process that we have just witnessed. It is disgraceful in my opinion. Senator Clinton is an American hero and did not deserve the disrespect, abuse, and betrayal that she received during the campaign. Senator Obama is simply unqualified for the job and putting him in office, in my opinion would jeopardize our country. So I appreciate the comments and the sentiment here. Thank you.

  • 36. navyvet48  |  June 6, 2008 at 1:32 pm

    I was the black sheep of the family for many years as I was a registered Republican. That lent for many long discussions with my dad, a lifelong Democrat, who is gone now.

    In the last 16 months, I developed a strong desire to see Senator Hillary Clinton as our next President because I believed she was running for us not her own political gain.She has done so much in her time as a Senator for the people of New York, as I learned in Indiana while campaigning for her there. And imagined in my mind what she could do on a grander scale. Even more I knew she knew how to do it.

    As a non-veteran, Hillary still understood the dilemma our troops and veterans alike face. She has consistently stood for us. Each and every vote she gave for us in the Senate shows her strength and commitment to the troops and veterans in this country. She just understands it.

    She understands the fiscal side of the house too. After I watched her on Mad Money, I understood more than I have ever before because she never talks down to a person. She respects each and everyone of us and she always meets us eye to eye.

    She is a plain talking woman with a fortitude rarely seen today in most politicians. She doesn’t back. Her goals are our goals. The Democratic Party under her leadership would have been the people’s party. She would never have stood up on the national stage and said it is my party. She understands that the bedrock principals of the Democratic Party are rooted in the people. It is not about one person.

    The Democratic Party and the DNC under the charmanship of Howard Dean has lost sight of those bedrock principals. It is no longer the party of the people, instead they offer us far left ideals. Ones I don’t want to be in touch with.

    Rise, Hillary, Rise as Dr. Maya Angelou, said! Hillary is the only answer to the problems of this country. I am certain things will change in this country but not the way the people want it to change. And that change will put all of our lives at risk without, one, Senator Hillary Clinton.

  • 37. roderunner  |  June 6, 2008 at 1:52 pm

    No way will I vote for Obama after the DNC and the media railroaded Hillary. When will they learn. And after reading some of the blogs by Obama supporters there is no way I remotely want to be associated with such radical, self-centered, juvenile and just plain nasty individuals. Hillary is a class act. My support and money go to McCain and I’ve voted democratic forever. I’m soooo furious I”m speechless – which hasn’t happened in decades.

  • 38. julie  |  June 6, 2008 at 2:04 pm

    I am game. I will be voting for McCain even if Clinton will be VP. That will indicate that she sold us out. This campaign is now about being American first.

  • 39. Connie  |  June 6, 2008 at 2:49 pm

    It’s great to see all these post-primary upstart blog sites. Although Hillary was treated disrespectfully by the media and DNC, it is the us, the voters, who have been disenfranchised and told by Obama’s campaign that they can win without us. Good luck. If we stick together and do not sway between now and November, we can show the media and DNC that they CANNOT CONTROL US. When election time comes, please do not decide to stay home or vote for Obama if Clinton goes on the ticket for VP. A vote for McCain is a vote AGAINST Obama, even if we don’t agree with all the issues. Please visit wwww to learn about the issues and get a nice welcome – they want us.

  • 40. Ted Williams  |  June 6, 2008 at 3:06 pm

    Connie, you wouldn’t happen to work for the McCain campaign would you. Beware the Republicans that will feed on your misguided notions.

  • 41. 18milstrong  |  June 6, 2008 at 3:22 pm


    You have written very nasty things that we are not posting. But, we will allow this one post to give you a voice.


    This movement that is building is WAY BEYOND the two-party system that have BOTH taken our voice away from each and every one of us by making sure that our VOTES DID NOT COUNT, that our voices were not heard, and that NOTHING ever gets done on behalf of the people (us) that they are supposedly representing.

    This movement is about being an independent-thinking citizen joining other independent-thinking citizens that are fed up with our political system in this country and ready to take action for positive results.

    Now, we WELCOME you to join us. However, we will not allow nasty and berating comments about one another or being judgmental about an individual’s motives for being involved. IT IS OUR RIGHT in this country to speak up and it is our duty to become involved. But, we believe that we can do it with a voice of reason, of intelligence, and one that is respectful and kind toward one another.

    We have ONLY had 2-people, including yourself, that have written over and over again trying to post nasty and ugly comments and we find this a wonderful indication of who we are as citizens that will not be led by either Party that sets a very poor example of what is fair, honest, and decent in this country.

    Ted, we hope you will join us in the spirit that this is intended. We truly do welcome you and want you to know – together – we can do this!

  • 42. dlp  |  June 6, 2008 at 3:24 pm

    Subject: Obama

    While suturing a cut on the hand of a 75 year old Texas rancher, whose hand was caught in a gate while working cattle, the doctor struck up a conversation with the old man. Eventually the topic got around to Obama and his bid to be our President.

    The old rancher said, ‘Well, ya know, Obama is a post turtle’. Not being familiar with the term, the doctor asked him what a ‘post turtle’ was. The old rancher said, ‘When you’re driving down a country road and you come across a fence post with a turtle balanced on top, that’s a ‘post turtle’.

    The old rancher saw a puzzled look on the doctor’s face, so he continued to explain. ‘You know he didn’t get up there by himself, he doesn’t belong up there, he doesn’t know what to do while he is up there, and you just wonder what kind of a dumb *** put him up there.’

  • 43. marie3548  |  June 6, 2008 at 3:59 pm

    Well Ted I will do work for any candidate other than Obama so I guess i will do the republican’s work for them Hillary2008 or MCcain2008.

    Good Advice

    Thanks Ted

    NO Obama=NO vember

  • 44. Brock  |  June 6, 2008 at 4:09 pm

    All you sheep, if you truely believe in change and want someone to represent what ho great American could be. Stop following yourdeluded shepard(s) and Vote for Nader and vote yes to…

    real single payer universal health care (not the status quo but with mandates)
    a $10 living wage
    the abolition of the death penalty
    equal rights for gays and lesbians
    for a woman’s right to choose
    an end to corporate hegemony in politics
    the repeal of Taft Hartley (anti-union law)
    getting rid of the WTO, the World Bank and the Imperialist Monetary Front (IMF)
    making it easier to organize unions

    Why wouldn’t we want to vote for a Harvard Law School graduate who has been fighting to protect our rights for nearly 50 years? A person who is largely responsible for such things as the Environmental Protection Agency, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Freedom of Information Act, the Safe Water Drinking Act, the Clean Air Act, the list goes on and on –– Ralf Nader has been fighting for us nonstop for 50 years.

  • 45. Connie  |  June 6, 2008 at 4:22 pm

    Comment for Ted Williams

    No, I was a Hillary Supporter until she was railroaded by both the media and DNC. She is now being forced to support Obama and bring her 18 million “into line”. This is where I have to split from the party. As a Forida resident, I cannot accept that the democratic party is making decisions for individual voters. My choices are the following: vote for Obama – no thanks; vote for Obama if Hillary is on the ticket as VP – still a vote for Obama; vote for McCain – a NO vote for Obama… I’ll take it.

  • 46. LVDEM4HILL  |  June 6, 2008 at 4:47 pm

    I will never vote for the fraud…so a vote for McCain is in my future if the DNC does not wake up from it’s kool-aid induced stupor. How can a party continue to be so stupid. They gave us Kerry, who was an unelectable elitist and that worked so well for them that they now want to try an even less electable elitist. All I can say is NO OBAMA…

  • 47. marie3548  |  June 6, 2008 at 4:59 pm

    check out

    has over 700,000 hits caught the attention of CNN and Fox News

    so I guess we are serious about MCCain huh Ted.

    I will certainly donate to the 527’s against Obama and the DNC who selected their candidate not elected their candidate.

    Anyone who wants to contribute come and join.

    527’s against Obama I can see it now most of it will be in his own words this will be fun.

  • 48. TEXAS4HILLARY  |  June 7, 2008 at 7:18 am

    Hey everyone,
    Well just a couple of hours and Hillary will be endorsing OBAMA and giving him her support. I think she is making a mistake. Even though she supports him I WILL NOT! He will not pick her for VP which I am glad because she does not need to get involved or drug through his scandals and then be accused of the same. I wish we could stop her. I WISH SHE WOULD RUN AS AN INDEPENDENT. Its my understanding the government has put pressure on her to quit. I also seen on CNN on Thurs night that OBAMA wants to raise our taxes.


  • 49. yvonne  |  June 7, 2008 at 3:29 pm

    People, it’s not just Obama we want to keep out of the White House but also vote against those Supers that voted for Obama against the will of the people in their states. You can go to and look under your state to see which politicians endorsed Obama.
    This will send a clear message to the DNC. Hillary supporters are banding togather to bring John Kerry down with Ed O’Rielly. Good luck Ed O’Rielly!
    Together we stand!
    “Boycott Obama 08”

  • 50. Hillary-WON-Florida  |  June 7, 2008 at 4:07 pm

    Please go here for the numbers on who really won.AND don’t forget to put this site we are at on all the places you can find to go .WE MUST GET OUR MESSAGE OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 51. Hillary-WON-Florida  |  June 7, 2008 at 4:35 pm

    Hillary is only SUSPENDING her campaign!This leaves her open for august and fond raising.She will also keep her delegates.HOPE ARISES!!!!

  • 52. Fran Santerli  |  June 7, 2008 at 4:41 pm

    As a life long Dem I will shortly be leaving I won’t vote for Obama and feel Hillary should not be forced by the DNC to campaign for their poster candidate.

    I will vote for McCain

  • 53. Daniel Usher  |  June 7, 2008 at 5:41 pm

    The first Presidential Election I am old enough to vote for and it leaves me feeling more unsure than ever. I used to have faith in this country and believed that they really did care about the future of this nation and the next generation. By Barack Obama becoming the democratic nominee, I am shocked that empty rhetoric can be just for the most demanding job in the world. Is this what America has become. I know understand what Michelle Obama said. the first time she is proud of this country is when someone gets thrown under the bus. Well this is the first time I am disgusted in this country for allowing this to happen.

    God bless America (We Are Gonna Need It)

    I will vote John McCain

  • 54. Ron  |  June 7, 2008 at 5:54 pm

    I think you are right, this was a move by the Democratic party to enforce the efforts of Barrack Obama and get him nominated as the Democratic candidate for the office of President of The United States. I stood in line 45 minutes for my vote to count….standing in line for one second is too long for my vote NOT to count.

  • 55. Hillary-WON-Florida  |  June 7, 2008 at 5:56 pm

    Aghaaaaaaaaaaa!I’ve been stabbed in the heart.I’m a 59 year old woman,and know what it must have taken her to do what she did today.Although there were cheers(I suspect there were many OB supporters to make it look good)the majority were in tears or red in the face with anger.Poor Bill looked like was going to explode.I did notice that she did not give him her delegates and no mention of running with him either.Hope she sticks to that.When she did the part trying to convince people to vote for him ,she looked so hard eyed and down,how she managed that I will never know.As of today I am no longer a DEM and will never be again,but never a Repub either,I’ll take my own path and will VOTE where I please for who I please.

  • 56. Hillary-WON-Florida  |  June 7, 2008 at 6:35 pm

    Want to send a message to BO ? I received this from the DNC a moment ago,(they aren’t even waiting for the body to get cold)Here’s the link.

  • 57. Peggy  |  June 7, 2008 at 6:53 pm

    Well, Hillary supporters. The speech is over and the deed is done.
    She did what she was pressured into doing by the good old boys.
    Fortunately, we don’t have to give in to their pressure. So, it is
    now time to do what we need to do. That is to make sure Obama does not win the general election. We are 18,000,000 strong. Our voices and votes were ignored by the DNC in their frantic effort to
    noiminate Obama. But, they need us now. And will say and do
    anything to buy us. Unlike the politicians, also known as
    superdelegates, we cannot and will not be bought. Hillary supporters
    can google websites under “Democrats for McCain” or “Hillary voters
    for McCain”, and find many, many like minded folks. Grass roots
    groups are forming in many states across the nation and can also be
    found online. There are petitions to be signed and, if you are so
    inclined, you can change your voter registration from democratic to
    independent. The McCain campaign will welcome us with open arms and actually care about our vote. The media blitz on MSNBC and CNN has already started and we need to offset it. Our efforts will not gain
    national press attention because the MSM has and will continue to
    ignore or downplay anything negative about Obama. But, many local
    stations and newspapaers can and will report our efforts. The biased
    media stole the nomination for Obama. It is up to us to make sure
    they do not steal the presidency and our country. So, find a group
    you are comfortable with, do what you can, and we will take our
    country back.

    Hillary or McCain 08

  • 58. Liz  |  June 7, 2008 at 7:39 pm

    Thank you for starting this group. I will never vote for Sen. Obama and will vote for Sen. McCain.

  • 59. Patti McGuire  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:07 am

    The denial of FL and MI with the subsequent allowing and apportioning favoring Obama indicates that the “good old boy” system is alive and well in the Democratic Party.

    Think about this: The Clintons have always been considered outsiders in Washington, DC. When Bill won, he was an outsider – a governor from Arkansas who many people hadn’t heard of. How dare Hillary run for New York senator?

    The generational old school democrats, such as the Kennedys, didn’t really like that. It is akin to the nouveau riche and the old money syndrome. The Clintons were upstarts and not part of the establishment.

    Kennedy, and others, who I consider to be staid, old-school, good old boy, generational establishment-types endorsed Obama. Many other super-delegates jumped on the band wagon. Who do you think will be advising Obama? Already a Kennedy is on his vice presidential picking committee.


    Obama is going to be much easier to mold into their way of thinking than Hillary. Actually, they aren’t able to mold Hillary. Rather reminds me of a certain president in office now with a good old boy group making his decisions.

    I am a moderate democrat. Look at Obama’s record in IL and the US Senate. Hillary is Unmoldable, McCain is a Maverick, Obama recites a good speech.

    I will vote McCain.

  • 60. Peggy  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:08 am

    My democratic Senator, Harry Reid, has been a closet supporter of Obama’s and was helping Nancy Pelosi shut down the nominating process before the votes were counted. Yesterday, he showed his true colors and came out for Obama. He is not up for reelection this year but, with the help of other Senators, can and should lose his position as Senate Majority Leader. Please, those of you in other states with a Democrat up for election or reelection to the Senate, ask for their help in removing this unworthy man from that position.

  • 61. ILBlue  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:42 am

    Going after our people in Congress who went against the will of the Voters is what I want to see happen.

    I will not vote for my Senator Obama in November- I will not vote for Melissa Bean who got $19,000 from BO and I will not vote for Dick Durbin in November ( I didn’t vote for any of them in the Primary either ) . I have always voted Dem, sometimes not happily but I follow Cspan and Congress, they haven’t done anything for the great majority of us in years and haven’t even tried.

    I sent an email to Durbin and Obama once regarding the bankruptcy bill that Obama voted to allow banks to set their own limits on fees. How does a Dem do something like that. BO is owned by the banks from what I can tell. I told them they were putting some of the last nails in the coffins of the middleclass and I was tired of Democrats pushing the middleclass to the curb.

    BTW I did not get a response.

    Hillary changed alot the first couple of months and she really listened and it was obvious she heard us. She is our FDR. And that is what we need at this time if the middleclass is ever going to survive.

    What they did to Hillary and Bill I will never forget or ever forgive , I’ve never seen so much hatred and disrespect and it continues even now.

    No way will I vote for Obama or any Dem at this time that rigged this election!

  • 62. Helen Monahan  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:58 am

    Thank you for this website. I am so angry that the party I have belonged to all my liife threw us away along with Hillary and think we are dumb enough to do “what they tell us”. How dare the DNC think they have a right to choose the next president when the Constitution states that this country gives that power to the people and only the people. Today I received the Democratic National Committee’s 2008 Presidential Campaign Survey and when I fill it out refusing to do anything or contributing anything to the DNC and they receive it they will know they have lost by their tactics. And, I hope they receive a whole lot more back.

    The DNC would rather put a radical racist, who does not salute the flag, and thinks our National Anthym is bad, (video to prove this)–and denounces his mother and grandmother, both white, because they are white and he wants no part of that, although it was through his white grandmother that he was able to get into that prestigous college. Do you ever see them? Read the two books he wrote and it is there in black and white. He backed Rev. Wright and then threw him over when it was clear it was going to cost him the election. I wonder if he will throw Michelle out because her mouth is about to do the same thing. We could go on and on. My question to this DNC is why have you pushed him and stole for him and destroyed a wonderful woman and the answer I come up with is they do not want a woman. We have to stick with these complaints and show these idiots that we are not stupid. Thanks again for your website. Great. Count me in.

  • 63. imustprotest  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:21 am

    As I read through this new website I am refreshed by the lack of obamatot trolls, yet. They are invading every site I visit. They post the same words, copy and paste and flood the servers. It is really cyberbullying to the max. Please do what you can to keep this site troll free so that we can plan and organize without distractions. Thank you again for this site.

  • 64. Joy Smith  |  June 8, 2008 at 6:34 am

    I am so angry about the results of this primary process that I just want to scream.

    The Obama campaign, all the American press, all the good old boys and even the great Obama, have not only told us in no uncertain terms that Hillary can not be president ; they have also told the Hillary supports that ‘WE WILL” vote for Obama and shut up about it, cause no problems, voice no opposition and do what we are told.

    I am here to say in my case its not going to happen, I will not vote to put this man into the oval office. I wouldn’t vote for him as dog catcher.

    I agree that we must stick together. Our numbers must not diminish. the only way that we can say “ENOUGH” is to deny Mr. Obama the oval office; to say loud and clear that the way Hillary was treated can never happen again and Obama is not president because of it.

    We must stand together, we must not waver, we must stand up for Hillary. I urge all Hillary supports to stay the coarse.

  • 65. Jazzd  |  June 8, 2008 at 6:53 am

    The war has started but the battle has not been won. 18 million strong is an army by an standards. I hope all of us men and women that voted for Hillary Clinton will stay focused and unwavering.

    We can only be loyal to the one person that truly has captured our imagination and our hearts and that is Hillary Clinton. “They” can tell us to rally behind Obama for all they want, but we each hold a vote. No one can take that from us… I will never give mine to Obama because I do not believe in him. Let Obama and his people win this themselves.

    Remember: 18 million and growing is a very formidable army. Do not under estimate what strength in numbers can do.

    Just because Hillary has given her speech does not mean it is over. We cannot abandon her because SHE NEEDS US NOW MORE THAN EVER.

  • 66. Joy Smith  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:06 pm

    I feel that the treatment of Hillary was the most dsgraceful, absurd and degrading experience I have witnessed. I can’t understand the way that some of our Senators and Governors; who are women treated her. example…Nancy Pelosi….I was dismayed at her blaton remarks and statements in reference to Hillary and her campaign. She of all women was in a fantastic position to help Hillary, instead she did all she could to hurt her. I am a fighter and I will support Hillary, I could never vote for ‘King Obama”.

  • 67. Pa Guy  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:08 pm

    Dear MR. Dean

    Thank You but NO THANKS!

    The DNC has left both I and millions of other Democratic voters hanging like a “CHAD”.
    Hillary had the majority. She WON!
    She is the most experienced and qualified candidate to bring America back to Greatness.
    I will vote for the candidate who reveals unsurpassed qualifies for the most important job in the world.
    I will vote for Hillary; and only Hillary Clinton.
    If I can not vote for Hillary I will vote for McCain. He will be the next most qualified person.
    BHO religion, patriotism, affiliations, and voting record as a part-time senator concern me. I do not trust him.
    Hillary will do what she has to do; we all understand that. But the Democratic Party is falling because of it smoke and mirror campaign tactics and fuzzy math.
    If Hillary chose to change her party affiliation, I believe many would follow.
    Rules of the DNC do not the represent the “Will of the PEOPLE”.
    Rules of the DNC have only seated three Democratic terms in 40 years.
    The Democratic Party needs change, or people need to change their Party!
    I am sorry, I can not, and I will not support BHO.

  • 68. dlp  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:52 pm

    We need a major overhaul of our current voting system. I am tired of the POPULAR vote not meaning anything. First with Al Gore now with Hillary. I am disgusted, I am sure that when are forefathers elected to have a Democracy by the people FOR the people, that did not mean candidates would be elected by an ELITE few delegates or even fewer SUPER Delegates. We need to adopt a system where the PEOPLE of our great country are all represented by their votes ie.(the popular vote) PERIOD. That and nothing but that is a TRUE Democratic society. I am 52 yrs. old and have been a registered Democrat my entire life. I no longer agree with how the DNC are manipulating things so I am switching to an Independent. I refuse to vote for someone that I do not feel the MAJORITY of Democrats elected. I am going to write in Hillary Clinton, and I hope anyone who sees things as I do , will do the same.

    Former Democrat from OREGON

    PS. to me the DNC stands for “Democratic Nation of Communisum”

  • 69. hugo  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:21 am

    I’m going to stay in the party so i can vote in primaries in my state. i want to vote against any Democrat who supported Obama before Senator Clinton’s speech yesterday. I will also contribute to the opponents of those outside of my own district or state. The Judases must be punished.

  • 70. Jana Ruth  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:45 am

    It is amazing to me that the Democratic Party and the media think that once we calm down we will come out in support of Obama. I, for you am not. I am so tired of inexperienced men being chosen over more qualified women. This has been the story of my life and unless Senator Clinton is on the ticket, I won’t vote for Obama and will be writing in Senator Clinton’s name.

    I won’t vote for McCain, but I also won’t vote for Obama. Check out my “Penis Envy” article on my blog

  • 71. 4HRCInWi  |  June 9, 2008 at 11:44 am

    Count my Husband and I for Hillary/McCain. Experienced only need apply!

  • 72. Jean Buse  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:18 pm

    We must stand together! when you listen to the pundits on the news , msnbc, cnn ect.., they all say we will get over being mad,and we will come around, and vote for obama.
    my plan at this time is to write in Hillary’s name. I checked, and in my state I can, they have a place to write in. Howervr, if at the convention she gives up her dels, I don’t know if a write in for Hillary, will be a vote for snobbama.
    I WILL NOT VOTE FOR obama!
    The country, and the DEM-AGOG Party–oops, I mean the dem party, NEED to UNDERSTAND we MEAN WHAT WE SAY. WE will not fall in line like sheep, and vote for obama. There is strength in NUMBERS.

    So how do we organize? Look Aug will be here soon, and Nov won’t be far behind.

  • 73. Linda  |  June 9, 2008 at 1:19 pm

    We sent a letter to our congressman to let him know how angry we are that he did not vote for Hillary, even though she won this district by 40,000 votes. We will not vote for Obama and we will not vote again for our congressman.

    Obama claims to be for change, but look at the company he keeps — you can’t tell me that Richardson, Dodd, Kerry, Kennedy and all the other old timers aren’t going to be calling in their favors the day he is elected. I think the old Dems were looking for a puppet and found one in Obama.

  • 74. ILBlue  |  June 9, 2008 at 5:49 pm

    Enclude me please.

    I will not vote Obama.

  • 75. julie  |  June 9, 2008 at 6:05 pm

    I wish to invite anyone and everyone to send this superdelegate (Wayne Kenny) an email about the fact that you will not vote for Obama whether Hillary endorsed Obama or not.

    This guy was very rude to me, but if everyone could just be nice to him and let him know that the dems through the Presidency away, that would be great.

    He does not believe people will go against clinton to vote for McCain.

    Can you please show him otherwise?


  • 76. Lynne  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:53 pm

    Ken Blackwell – Columnist for the New York Sun

    It’s an amazing time to be alive in America . We’re in a year of firsts in this presidential election: the first viable woman candidate; the first viable African-American candidate; and, a candidate who is the first front-running freedom fighter over 70. The next president of America will be a first.

    We won’t truly be in an election of firsts, however, until we judge every candidate by where they stand. We won’t arrive where we should be until we no longer talk about skin color or gender. Now that Barack Obama steps to the front of the Democratic field, we need to stop talking about his race, and start talking about his policies and his politics.

    The reality is this: Though the Democrats will not have a nominee until August, unless Hillary Clinton drops out, Mr. Obama is now the frontrunner, and its time America takes a closer and deeper look at him. Some pundits are calling him the next John F. Kennedy. He’s not. He’s the next George McGovern. And it’s time people learned the facts.

    Because the truth is that Mr. Obama is the single most liberal senator in the entire U.S. Senate. He is more liberal than Ted Kennedy, Bernie Sanders, or Mrs. Clinton. Never in my life have I seen a presidential frontrunner whose rhetoric is so far removed from his record. Walter Mondale promised to raise our taxes, and he lost. George McGovern promised military weakness, and he lost. Michael Dukakis promised a liberal domestic agenda, and he lost.

    Yet Mr. Obama is promising all those things, and he’s not behind in the polls. Why? Because the press has dealt with him as if he were in a beauty pageant.. Mr. Obama talks about getting past party, getting past red and blue, to lead the United States of America . But let’s look at the more defined strokes of who he is underneath this superficial ‘beauty.’

    Start with national security, since the president’s most important duties are as commander-in-chief. Over the summer, Mr. Obama talked about invading Pakistan, a nation armed with nuclear weapons; meeting without preconditions with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who vows to destroy Israel and create another Holocaust; and Kim Jong II, who is murdering and starving his people, but emphasized that the nuclear option was off the table against terrorists – something no president has ever taken off the table since we created nuclear weapons in the 1940s. Even Democrats who have worked in national security condemned all of those remarks. Mr. Obama is a foreign-policy novice who would put our national security at risk.

    Next, consider economic policy. For all its faults, our health care system is the strongest in the world. And free trade agreements, created by Bill Clinton as well as President Bush, have made more goods more affordable so that even people of modest means can live a life that no one imagined a generation ago.. Yet Mr. Obama promises to raise taxes on ‘the rich.’ How to fix Social Security? Raise taxes. How to fix Medicare? Raise taxes. Prescription drugs? Raise taxes. Free college? Raise taxes. Socialize medicine? Raise taxes. His solution to everything is to have government take it over. Big Brother on steroids, funded by your paycheck.

    Finally, look at the social issues. Mr. Obama had the audacity to open a stadium rally by saying, ‘All praise and glory to God!’ but says that Christian leaders speaking for life and marriage have ‘hijacked’ – hijacked – Christianity. He is pro-partial birth abortion, and promises to appoint Supreme Court justices who will rule any restriction on it unconstitutional. He espouses the abortion views of Margaret Sanger, one of the early advocates of racial cleansing. His spiritual leaders endorse homosexual marriage, and he is moving in that direction. In Illinois , he refused to vote against a statewide ban – ban – on all handguns in the state. These are radical left, Hollywood , and San Francis co values, not Middle America values.

    The real Mr. Obama is an easy target for the general election. Mrs. Clinton is a far tougher opponent. But Mr. Obama could win if people don’t start looking behind his veneer and flowery speeches. His vision of ‘bringing America together’ means saying that those who disagree with his agenda for America are hijackers or warmongers. Uniting the country means adopting his liberal agenda and abandoning any conflicting beliefs.

    But right now everyone is talking about how eloquent of a speaker he is and – yes – they’re talking about his race. Those should never be the factors on which we base our choice for president. Mr. Obama’s radical agenda sets him far outside the American mainstream, to the left of Mrs. Clinton.

    It’s time to talk about the real Barack Obama. In an election of firsts, let’s first make sure we elect the person who is qualified to be our president in a nuclear age during a global civilizational war.

    Subject: Kind of scary, wouldn’t you think Remember–God is good, and is in time, on time  every time

    According to The Book of Revelations the anti-christ is:

    The anti-christ will be a man, in his 40s, of MUSLIM descent, who will deceive the nations with persuasive language, and have a MASSIVE Christ-like appeal….the prophecy says that people will flock to him and he will promise false hope and world peace, and when he is in power, will destroy everything. Is it OBAMA??

    I STRONGLY URGE each one of you to repost this as many times as you can! Each opportunity that you have to send it to a friend or media outlet…do it! If you think I am crazy,. I’m sorry but I refuse to take a chance on the ‘unknown’ candidate.

  • 77. DaveP  |  June 9, 2008 at 9:38 pm

    Have you considered how you will feel when Justice Stevens retires and President McCain nominates an “originalist” to the US Supreme Court?

  • 78. imustprotest  |  June 9, 2008 at 11:48 pm

    ignore the trolls! No obama, no selected by the sexist MSM and DNC for me!

  • 79. Linda Mc from Tx  |  June 10, 2008 at 11:02 am

    I”m so glad someone has started a grassroots movement to show the DNC that we realize Senator Clinton, and her supporters, have been marginalized, demonized, disrepected, thoughly dismissed, and, in general, viewed as being irrelevent! I resent the attitudes of the DNC leaders, super-delegates,and the other career politicians that ignored the will of 18 million voters and, in effect, told us that we HAD NO CHOICE but to support THEIR candidate! Obama is an inexperienced and very questionable character whose values I DO NOT share and whose candidacy I WILL NOT support. I’ve written several letters to Dean and others to express my views, but not one was answered. Months ago, I even wrote letters to Hillary asking why she didn’t seem to take advantage of the opportunities that Obama constantly gave her to show who he really is. Of course, at that time, it wasn’t apparent to me just how much her “friends” were betraying her and stabbing her in the back! When the media pronounced Obama as ‘winner’, and Hillary as ‘loser’, I was disgusted and disappointed by the DNC party leaders, the media, Obama, AND his supporters. How dare they think that she didn’t have the same right as the past (male) candidates to decide when to end her challenge for the nomination! They didn’t even think the last dozen or primaries were important enough to wait on! In my opinion, the super-delegates should be eliminated completely. It seemed unconcionable that they would endorse THEIR candidate in advance, in order to unduly influence what should be a democratic process. How can anyone believe that we are “Fighting for Democracy”, when ours has been so clearly hi-jacked! When Hillary asked her supporters for their e-mails, I gladly sent one! In my e-mail I wrote, “Senator Clinton, I will vote for you! If you run as an Independent, I will vote for you! If you run as a write-in, I will vote for you! Regardless, I WILL vote for you! I know that you will do whatever you think is best for our country, but be assured that I WILL NEVER EVER VOTE FOR OBAMA!” I still feel that way! I really don’t WANT to vote for McCain, but at least with McCain, it’s the evil I know vs THE EVIL I DON’T KNOW!

  • 80. Debra B  |  June 10, 2008 at 12:28 pm

    I sucked it up and voted for John Kerry even though I knew he was a bad candidate- I worked for him , walked for him, made calls for him, opened up my house to out of state guests for him, and we lost.

    I HAVE to make a stand here – I cannot vote for such a bad candidate- I do not feel he
    is the right person to run the country….I just don’t know how i can vote for him.

    I can’t vote for McCain, so I fell strongly i will have to write her name in.
    Senator Clinton is be a good party person- a gracious loser, but we all know she is the
    right person to be president- WRITE HER NAME IN _ TELL everyone whatever you want,
    but write her name in!

  • 81. Liberty Belle not for Obama  |  June 10, 2008 at 11:38 pm

    I pray the truth will come out about Obama, be it a major, or a lot of minor scandals, before August so the Super Delegates would drop him like a hot potato, and switch to Hillary in a New York Minute. The DNC threw Hillary under the bus because they think Obama and his supporters or “new people” he’s bringing into the party will be the cash cow for their Congressional races, which was woefully underfunded (as low as $3.5 mill. earlier this year). It’s disgusting.

    Obama’s supporters continue to be disgusting – stealling the posting names of Hillary supporters on the Internet, and using them to send mass postings in support of Obama on Pro-Hillary web sites (or formerly Pro- Hillary…). Means you have to come up with a name so decidedly against Obama, no one would believe the words.

    I’m inclined to “vote my personal truth” and write-in Hillary Rodham Clinton this November, if needed. I encourage others to do so as well – if enough of us do it, it will make a difference. And yet, we might not have to write in her name…

    First, I wonder if we have a Grand Illusion foisted on us. DNC, Obama and mainstream media want to have us all believe it’s over, but the nomination process is not over. Lord knows what may come out by then, or how poorly Obama may do up against McCain this summer in the polls, on the stump, etc. or what revelations may be forthcoming. Keep the faith that the truth will out, and pray it will. Miracles happen every day. A lot can happen between now and August.

    Meanwhile, I want to be ready to protest, and re-activate for HRC when the time comes. I already called the DNC last Tuesday, and need to send their survey back in with an earful, and the strongest possible protest on the seating of the MI and FL delegations, as well as their disregarding the popular vote in favor of Obama and his big $ backers. Did I mention they won’t get one red cent from me, either? Believe they don’t care, because we’re written off anyway.

    Chance favors the prepared. Stay strong. Keep raising Caine, pray for guidance, and visualize success.

    If you’d like to be further inspired, or entertained (depending on your points of view) check out Michelle Whitedove’s latest predictions:

    Read her earlier posts on the ’08 Election. She’s been pretty much on target, and it may get you to think differently about what may be really happening here and now, as well as in the near term. Seems plausible enough. She’s also explains how she gets the information, if you wonder.

    18 million now, millions more to come. Even my conservative relatives would vote for Hillary over Obama or McCain. We can stay strong, and grow stronger. – Peace to All

  • 82. Liberty Belle not for Obama  |  June 10, 2008 at 11:56 pm

    Addendum: One more thing to think about, or ask as a question – If the candidates had been Sen. Chris Dodd and Sen. Joe Biden at the end of the Primary process, with one ahead in the popular vote, the other in the delegate count, but no clear winner, do you really think the DNC and Congressional leadership would be pressuring the one with the popular vote to concede?

    I’m afraid “the Fix Was In” with the DNC, Dem. Party leaders a long time ago – they wanted Obama for his money, and even if he crashes, they’ll rake in enough to go forward with Congressional campaigns through November, and have “all those new voters”. I wonder if that election calculus will really work if he sputters out, or crashes.

    If Obama tanks, what happens to all of those “in the tank” for him? We know even the mainstream media may turn on him, and say it wasn’t their fault if he wasn’t the Saviour they made him out to be. New voters? What do you suppose they will do?

    Appreciate your thoughts, and being here for support.

  • 83. evelyninwv  |  June 11, 2008 at 4:54 am




  • 84. got over the dems  |  June 11, 2008 at 5:08 am

    I am so happy to find some place where I as a Hillary supporter can know that I am not the only mad as hell woman in the USA. I can’t volunteer ,my son is ventilator dependant and I am not that great using the internet but I donated to Hillary (first time ever giving to any candidate!) And I hope no hillary supporter will vote for Obama! He is an empty suit pick by the power Idiot triplets.

  • 85. Uppity Woman  |  June 12, 2008 at 3:33 am

    I am sick of this party. But I am not leaving it. No sir. I aim to take it back. They hate Bill Clinton when the fact is, Bill Clinton rescued the party out of the dumpster. It’s those radical fringe people who keep forcing nutbags on us who keep us from electing presidents. Only two in 40 years! And only one of them served two terms. And they hate him for it. That’s how dumb they are. The majority of this party does NOT want Marxist nutcases for a candidate. They want left of center people. That is why Bill Clinton served two terms. Each time they pull this, the only way to teach them a lesson is at the polls.

    Barack Obama is going to be Mike Dukakis, only taller. You cannot put up candidates with odd judgment and expect voters to flock to the polls and vote for them.

  • 86. Hugo  |  June 12, 2008 at 9:18 pm

    Just checking in to reiterate that I will not vote for Barak Obama. The party idiots and MSM think we will come around in the interest of party unity. I’m still not feeling it. Obama is still not qualified, Nope. I am definitely still voting for McCain, if Clinton is not the DEM nominee. I guess that makes the party idiots and MSM wrong.

  • 87. RSP  |  June 13, 2008 at 4:48 am

    Hi Everyone…I have always loved Hillary, and I saw the writing on the wall about two months ago, as I’m sure many of you did. I could see how the liberal media treated her because she wasn’t the “new kid on the block”, and how the Democratic Party abandoned their support for her and went to Obama because he could attract the Youth Vote—I guess—and anyway, we Hillaryites are just poor, women, and uneducated. Ha! Anyway, I have been going to the John McCain site, and started reading about him. No he is not Hillary, but they both have similar qualities—inner strength, bravery, battle-tested, and they’re both survivors. I do like Senator McCain, and we cannot let Obama take over our country! I don’t trust him one bit! Senator McCain’s website is We can bond there because the bloggers are nice and don’t tell you to go away like the Obama and site.

    Thank you Hillary for your service to our country, and your loyalty! I will always love and respect her for all the work she has done for America. She is stronger than most people can ever imagine.

  • 88. Lisa  |  June 13, 2008 at 10:29 pm

    I agree that we need to keep our resolve, and we also need to listen to each other and think long and hard about the best way to procedd AS A GROUP. We are strongest if we act in unity. It is important for everyone to listen and share, and continue to write protest letters, donate to Hillary, etc. As changes occur in the media we will be able to craft a plan of action that solidifies our position and our group response.

  • 89. Deborah Tubb  |  June 14, 2008 at 12:01 am

    The Democratic party does not own me.The DNC perpetrated a fraud. If they right themselves, then Hillary Clinton will be the nominee and I will vote for her. If the DNC does not right themselves then I will vote for John McCain. But what I wont do is be a participant to this fraud. And I won’t think twice about it.

  • 90. Liz  |  June 14, 2008 at 1:39 am

    We do not fight only for Sen. Clinton we fight and stand for America!!! Have no doubts about it, we are joining for the sole purpose of fighting for our country!!! You seem to miss the point, we are Americans and we will not allow our country to be stolen from us. We will fight you at every turn, we will counter punch your punch, we will rise like the phoenix from the flame.

    Our loyalty is to America and flawed as SHE might be, she is, OUR COUNTRY. This is NOT about party, for most of us, we witnessed how our party, sold out the values we held dear to our hearts, this is about COUNTRY, and our COUNTRY is AMERICA.

    For all of us men and women who have been horrified at what we READ and SEE happening to our country, STAND UP and FIGHT for YOUR COUNTRY. STAND UP, even when they call you “racist”, bitch, etc. STAND UP, because what you are standing up for is so much more then a woman that was more then qualified to lead this Nation, pushed to the side and abused. STAND UP because you are fighting for your children and grandchildren’s RIGHT to have the same FREEDOM as you have had, that is really what we fight for today. NO PARTY is more IMPORTANT then this NATION.

    If we can’t vote for Hillary, VOTE for MCCAIN, but VOTE!!!!

  • 91. goatsandmonkeys  |  June 15, 2008 at 6:44 pm

    The colors are so light, I can’t read anything.
    The green is as bright as a light bulb.
    Please change the background color, and make the text black.

  • 92. becky l  |  June 17, 2008 at 6:37 pm

    See you in Denver. A march for women world wide and a march for Hillary for President!

  • 93. RamonaOHIO  |  June 17, 2008 at 7:10 pm

    Thanks for organizing. I am going to all sites to let you know I’m with you. I am posting a letter I sent to Al Gore to state my views. It speeds up my covering more sites. Some points I have gleaned that might be noteworthy: 1. Superdelegates were directed to wait until primaries to endorse. Why? Prime function is to choose if voter/voters did not give numbers to win! We know now the liberal “elite” had no intention of allowing a fair count by the voters. They wanted to and did use every method to push their candidate (Obama). REad the horror stories of the caucuses. 2. Will a “write in” be a vote for Obama? We are listening to blogs telling us why?

    Vice President Gore:

    I respect your wonderful work since leaving the office of vice president. However you need to understand something. Opposition to Barack Obama has nothing to do with racism nor the success of the Democratic Party. It has to do with his character, values and beliefs about America. He does not meet the test for any of these. He has shown that he lies first to explain situations, then says he wasn’t aware, then deflects by reverting to blaming America for racism. He does this in a so-called inspriring speech. This brings me to the part the media played in this whole process.

    Can you explain to me how Howard Dean was deemed unfit to run in the primaries when he gave out some emotional “whoop” and Barack has been given a free pass for his 20 years assoication with radical, home-grown terriorists? How can any sane Christian picture sitting in a chruch listening to hate messages for America for 20 years and not leaving? Father Fleger’s speech hit us with a sledge hammer. This was not an iaolated few messages. It is obvious that the congregation is used to this type of serman, agrees whole-heartedly with the message and most importantly, HAD TO HAVE HEARD THESE MESSAGES BEFORE! This also meant that the Obama family also had to have heard this type of message before.

    Why is the liberal end of the party ignoring these distrubing signs? There is no rational answer, except immature childish temper tantrums. Does this end of the party hate the Clintons this much?

    Speaking of the Clintons: how can the party ignore the blue party state’s overwhelming message in the last months of the campaign? We have again hit you over the head with a sledge hammer, telling you who we support in this primary. Again distain, patronizing, demeaning and disregarding behaviors were sent to us loud and clear. WE DIDN’T MATTER; WE WOULD COME AROUND LIKE GOOD LITTLE DEMS IN THE GENERAL; WE, THE LIBERAL “ELITE” CAN TREAT YOU ANYWAY WE WANT SINCE POOR UNDEDUCATED WORKING CLASS CAN BE MANIPULATED LATER TO SUPPORT OBAMA! You are ignoring the large numbers belonging to this working class. You are also ignoring a central tenat of this bloc of voters: we believe in the principles of Christianity and ALL major religions in the world that share basic principles. These principles are LOVE, Compassion, Toleration and Acceptance of other’s right to practice religion and the right to be viewed and treated as human individuals with inherent human dignity (therefore, given with no qualifications – respect and honor).

    The party has denied their core constiuency our basic rights. The “chickens are now coming home to roost” for this takeover of the Democratic Party by this arrogant end of the party. A significant majority of your core will not “go along” with your blind refusal to really look at Barack. We will not support nor give money to such an impending disastor for our country. Our love of our country is a force that will not say “Democratic Party no matter what!” We can unfluence McCain with a Democratic Congress and logic and the love he has for America. We can’t fix lack of integrity, ethics, love for each and every human being and a warped philosophy of life that supports and advocates violence to get your way; Dr. King specifically preach against this! I think he would be turning over in his grave to watch his message so warped by Reverend Wright and his followers. He would be apalled to see so many of his people buying into this. Dr. King was a visionary whose beliefs can lead to healing in our country; most of the Democratic core that the elite are ignoring also believe in Dr. King’s message; this is not about racism! we can’t fix Barack and Michelle Obama no matter how the media tries to accept all his excuses! He is flawed in a way that strikes you to the core of your being! I turn the channel when he is speaking. McCain, a write-in for Hillary or resorting to a 3rd party is the only choice you have left us.

    RamonaOHio 6/17/2008
    —- Al Gore wrote:

  • 94. solid4hill  |  June 17, 2008 at 9:29 pm

    I am so sick of hearing that BO is the candidate for CHANGE. He is promising to right every wrong, end poverty in the world, give everyone money and tax breaks. The only change any of us will have with the untried, untested, unproven obama is what is left in our pockets.

    I have been a democrat since I was 18; this is the first presidential election I will either not vote, or I will write in Hillary, or if I like who he picks for VP (preferably Crist), I will hold my nose and vote for mccain.

  • 95. TJ  |  June 18, 2008 at 2:57 am

    There is not going to be a Hillary for President effort at the convention. There will not even be a roll call to document her 18 million votes or even her campaign as the first woman candidate in history. If her name is even mentioned, expect boos, such as what we heard at the Al Gore endorsement rally yesterday. It was so “big” of Obama and the gov of MI to admonish the crowd not to boo because Hillary was so great….they all make me sick. This is not a campaign for grown ups.
    The only avenue left for us to vote AGAINST Obama in a protest vote against him, his VP, his campaign, the DNC, the Democratic Party. That means you must vote Republican or Independent. You should not even write in Hillary’s name because it can easily be allocated to Obama, either legally or illegally.

  • 96. evelyninwv  |  June 18, 2008 at 4:33 am

    I hope that all Clinton supporters go out in droves in November,
    in their individual states and vote against all superdelegates who
    endorsed Obama. In WV Governor Joe Manchin has Republican
    candidate Russ Weeks running against him, Congressman Nick Joe Rahall has Republican Marty Gearheart running for his seat, and US Senator Jay Rockefeller has Republican Jay Wolfe running against him. I encourage bloggers with friends and relatives in WV to let them know that these superdelegates can be voted out this election, and hopefully all bloggers will do the same thing in their own states. It is time to take back the democratic party, let it by one person one vote, and get rid of this superdelegate system. We can vote for McCain if Clinton doesn’t get a chance at the convention, and get Clinton in for
    2012. no Obama, no superdelegates for Obama.

  • 97. Ginny Roemer  |  June 18, 2008 at 3:17 pm

    This feels like a divorce and I am worried about the children. Literally. I believe a show of determination is our call of action but then we need an actual plan to make things work for the country.

    The longer it takes Obama to reach out, the scarier it feels. We need our independence. Donate to Hillary to pay her debt. Then a list of our demands – see represent the 18 million Americans who voted for Hillary;
    acknowledge Hillary’s 35 years of experience;
    reform a flawed nominating process, especially caucuses;
    address the flagrant, often hostile, gender bias in the campaign;
    assure parity to the 52 percent of Americans who are women;
    apologize for their public silence in the wake of the outrageous attacks leveled by Father Pfleger against Hillary;
    and support the issues we hold dear, such as health insurance for everyone, a good start for all children, a strong economy, and a smart environmental policy.


  • 98. hugo  |  June 19, 2008 at 4:08 am

    Yesterday, I donated to Senator Clinton’s campaign to help retire her debt. I also received a letter from John Edwards asking for a donation for the Dem Congressional Campaign Comittee. I sent it back with the words, “PUMA DEM” written across the request. I did not use my own stamp. Stick it to the Party. Keep supporting Hillary!

  • 99. Helen  |  June 19, 2008 at 1:55 pm

    I have no intention of voting for Obama or any democrat. I am donating the money that would have gone to the DNC and I am giving the money to the RNC and I am signed up as vounteer for the McCain campaign and I am also going to work hard for the Republicans so that they are the winning party in November. I am sick of Party Unity and I am sick of the Democrats since they have told me I wasn’t important.

  • 100. Donna M.Panno  |  June 20, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    Count me in, as well as my Mom, and even my 2 brothers all Democrats, switching in the General Election to vote for John McCain, My community has also banded together in support of John McCain!! The DNC, made one BIG mistake in thinking all of “US” would unite, and stand behind obama in the General Election, “WRONG” Mr. Dean…….you picked “YOUR” nominee
    obama, and a fool at that. and I will “NOT” support him by any means. In fact it will be “My Voice, My Choice” in November and it will be for John McCain, an “AMERICAN” hero, not some fool with radical associations! What the Democrat Party did to the American Voters, was deplorable! I will support and encourage everyone I can to support the Republician Party in November!!!
    4 months to go, we can do it!!!!

  • 101. Nitza Hernandez  |  June 20, 2008 at 8:46 pm

    It appears that Hillary never had a real opportunity for a fair election!!!

  • 102. Donna  |  June 20, 2008 at 9:01 pm

    count me in, My Entire family was so disappointed with the dem/party…that we are uniting in the General Election to vote for JOhn McCain, we will not support obama, by any means.
    he is the choice of the DNC, not ours!!!!

  • 103. Dorothy  |  June 20, 2008 at 11:50 pm

    It was not a fair primary election; instead it was a DNC selection of a candidate who is by far very dictitorial and looks like he is applying his Marxist black liberation theology learned during the 20 years of Wright mentorship.

    I will vote Republican in November.

  • 104. ProudOklahoman  |  June 21, 2008 at 12:46 am

    Count me and my husband in. We will not vote for Obama. There are 10 women I work with who will not vote for Obama. They are all Democrats. My hairdresser and her husband are Democrats and are voting McCain. My husband’s sister and her husband are Democrats. They are voting McCain. His brothers and their wives in Arkansa are Democrats. Voting McCain. The only person who could have won over McCain was Hillary. She was treated so awful, I am still mad. Twice we have recieved a “survey” from the DNC. They also want donations. I always mail them back usins their stamp telling them I will not donate. I tell them get their money from Obama’s new democrats. Also I am so mad at Donna Brazille and Roland Martin! They said they didn’t need us! I hope we all stand strong.

  • 105. Gene Flynn  |  June 21, 2008 at 2:25 am

    I, too, am disgusted with the way the Dem Party treated Sen Clinton and acts like the people that voted for her are Invisible, or just don’t count!

    I promise that there is NOTHING THAT OBAMA (OR sEN CLINTON) can say to get me to Vote FOR Obama.

    I plan to do what this Blog suggests OR vote for McCain!!

  • 106. Judi  |  June 21, 2008 at 4:31 pm

    I have changed my registration from Democrat to Independent. I will never vote for Obama in protest of his campaign’s lies, distortions, sexism and the DNC’s despicable behavior toward women.

  • 107. Tommy T from Texas  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:32 pm

    You want to know how many of us are not going to vote for Mr. Obama? There are about 75,000 of us at The counter shows almost 4 million hits is three weeks. (this is after the Obamatrons hacked the counter on several occasions) The real count is probably over 5 million. Let them keep believing the media lies and false Newsweek polls. The AOL poll show McCain winning overwhelminly on every occasion and every state.
    Country First.

  • 108. blackgirl48  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:39 pm

    The interesting, however pathetic, dynamic to me in all of this has been my interactions with fellow black Americans. Before February 2007, when Obama threw his hat into the ring, almost all I encountered were for Hillary. Most had fond nostalgic feelings about her and Bill and the Clinton years in general. Then suddenly, he enters the race and not only do these same people abandon Hillary in favor of Barack, but what absolutely pisses me off is that they’ve developed this vehement dislike, if not hatred for her. Hillary hasn’t done anything different, except get stronger, since than she had before. She certainly doesn’t deserve this disrespect she’s received from voters, delegates, superdelegates, Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean, etc. At the same time, Barack has not done anything smarter, more efficient, more presidential since than before. So I see no reason at all for the change in attitude or vote. I’ve asked my friends to name one thing Barack said he would do, if elected, that Hillary had not as an example of why they would suddenly change their feelings about her and no one could think of a single thing (that wasn’t Hillary’s idea in the first place).
    That is so sad. I feel sorry for this nation. First reality TV and Jack Ass, now this.. We’ve reduced ourselves to a nation without values, hell-bent on behaving like junior high schoolers. Obama and his followers wouldn’t know the real issues if they took a squat on their heads. I’m sending a copy of this to HD, but judging from comments I’ve read, he won’t care. I’m changing my affiliation as well and writing HRC in. I’ve had others say to me, that it’s a sure vote for McCain if I do that, but I really don’t care. The DNC hasn’t heard me anyway or the other 17,999,999 people who voted for Hillary.
    What hypocracy! In 2000 when this happened to Gore, everyone had fits. I wrote to Gore to ask him how he could jump on Obama’s bandwagon and give the speech he did, knowing he had been dealt the same had eight years ago and look at what it has cost us.

  • 109. DonnaMohler  |  June 21, 2008 at 11:00 pm

    I am one more to count that you can count on!

  • 110. Laurie Marsh  |  June 21, 2008 at 11:15 pm

    This election has been hijacked. Obama was not elected, he was selected the Super Delegate are not doing their job by voting based on electability in key states or following the wishes of their states.
    I am disgusted with what is left of the Democratic party and the candidate is more important to me than the party affiliation.
    I will never vote for a man who preaches unity and practices division. This is Harold Hill with his 76 trombones and I’m not joining the band.

  • 111. Louise  |  June 22, 2008 at 12:17 am

    I saw your website mentioned at where I visit frequently. Count me in. I will not vote for Mr. Obama for the same reasons everyone has expressed. The DNC, the Mr. Obama, his campaign, and the biased media are worried. Do not believe the bravado. They know that they are finished if even a significant number of Sen. Clinton’s supporters refuse to vote for Mr. Obama. I have never voted for a republican for president but for other offices. I will vote for Sen McCain and donate to his campaign. He was definitely my second choice. I say country before party.

  • 112. Ginny Hubbard  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:35 am

    I have been voting Democratic since 1968….as of May 31, 2008 I became an Independent…I will vote for McCain in Nov….A vote for him is two against Nobama. I am a member of (Hillary Clinton supporters for John McCain) Come to this site and read some of the posts…it will give you a lift to see so many who put Country ahead of party. Keep saying “WE WILL REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER!” as you can tell I am not much of a blogger but, I want to do ALL I can to see America stays Free… esp. from the far leaning DEM. party I dont even recognize anymore.

  • 113. sagesgram  |  June 22, 2008 at 6:12 am

    I will never vote for Obama, never, not ever. And I will not waste my vote by sitting home or voting for a third party candidate. I trust John Mccain, will do everything in my power to see him elected President. PUMA.

  • 114. lisa watters  |  June 22, 2008 at 6:46 am

    This is the most important thing i’ve ever done for my country.

  • 115. Tim  |  June 22, 2008 at 12:09 pm

    I’m disgusted with the main stream media campaigning for obama. Olbermann, you should be ashamed of yourself.

  • 116. Postmaster  |  June 22, 2008 at 6:41 pm

    Count me as one of the 18 million. Bill Richardson, Gov of New Mexico flipped on Hillary. He waited to state his endorsement until he saw which way the wind was blowing. When it appeared Hillary was not going to be the nominee, he jumped over to Obama. This sorry excuse of a man should be glad his term will soon be up because he isn’t wanted in NM. NM went with Hillary and Richardson sold out the voters. If Obama gets the White House, I hope Richardson gets a job scrubbing toilets. I will vote for McCain, to me, writing in a name or voting for another name only ends up being a vote for Obama. We have to vote AGAINST him! Hillary will be back…

  • 117. Postmaster  |  June 23, 2008 at 12:48 am

    Last weekend, Philadelphia was hosting a fundraiser for Obama. Governor Rendell advised Obama to reschedule as a lot of people wouldn’t be attending because they go to the Jersey shores on Father’s Day weekend. Obama’s response? ‘We don’t need the people, we just need the checks’. Wonder how that makes Obama’s supporters feel? When I get a donation request, I write on it, ‘you don’t need me and I DAMN sure don’t need you’ and send it back, let them pay the postage for nothing!

  • 118. jackie l.  |  June 23, 2008 at 2:32 pm

    I so wish I could be a “tow the line Democrat”, but with good conscience I cannot. For infinite reasons, I will be writing in HRC proudly this November. Count me in!

  • 119. J in TX  |  June 24, 2008 at 6:17 pm

    As a delegate for Hillary at the TX Convention I can tell you the disrespect for Hillary was unreal and unmatched. The Hillary supporters were really upset. Our convention was going on when she gave her speech and the night before her daughter showed up to give a thank you speech to the supporters. Sending her daughter the night before was a class act, knowing she was going to suspend. All Obama folks could say to us was she lost time for you to unite … here buy this shirt. The heck with that there is no way I am voting for a Marxist. McCain gets my vote if the Dumocrats want to keep Obambi

  • 120. Joe  |  June 25, 2008 at 9:43 am

    Wonder how a McCain/Clinton ticket would work? And would they consider such a partnership? Sounds better than the so-called dream ticket.

  • 121. dorian brown  |  June 27, 2008 at 2:54 am

    I am so happy to have found the blog. it is wonderful to havw
    NO OBama like-minded people to dialogue and plan with, I am disgusted with the Obamas who treated Hillary abominably, and the DNC, and the media. McCain and the republicans behaved more decently than the misogynist democrats and the Obamas who never missed a moment to insult and beat her up. I have been a liberal democrat for a long time and I am so ashamed of them I will not compromise myself and my principles and vote for the Obamas. He is not qualified and they both lack character, authenticity and they are divisive, angry people with their own agenda. They will use any means in their quest for the WH which is where HRC belongs. Please, share your thoughts with me and tell me more about this post.

  • 122. Sue Berman  |  June 28, 2008 at 12:07 am

    I feel the media and the democratic party was unfair to Mrs. Clinton. I love my country and do not like what is happening. I feel Obama is buying his way to the White House. He is no more than a silver tongue preacher selling snake oil. He is making promises with no back up. God help our country if he gets elected. I am 82 years old and have been a democrate all my life. I can not just sit on my hands and not vote so I will have to vote for McCain. I think our country will be better off with McCain than Obama.

  • 123. Harriet  |  June 28, 2008 at 12:16 am

    YES. Count me in with the 18 million plus who will support Hillary. I will vote MC but never, ever Obama. How come no has been able to stop him from running. View: and scroll down to report on 5/22 on Capitol Hill. Yet no action taken.

  • 124. Andrea  |  June 28, 2008 at 4:29 pm

    I was thinking about how we could make a statement. How about t-shirts that say 18milstrong? Profits could either go to pay off Hillary’s debt or to her causes (or her defence; i.e. protests, etc) We could send complimentary ones to Pelosi and Dean. And Bill Richardson.

    We could wear them all through the campaign season and when we vote in Nov. It may sound silly, but it would be a scary, in your face, message to the Dems.

    Any thoughts?

  • 125. Only4Hillary  |  June 29, 2008 at 8:06 pm

    How can anyone vote for Obama..His inexperience is no news that his own supporter was speechless when asked.

    Then why is he the nominee? Something strange here…
    What ever it is…We all need to stick together and say
    No Deal! We will never vote for Obama Never!!!

  • 126. Mr. J  |  July 6, 2008 at 9:08 am

    another no vote for obama. I will not condone the corrupt actions of our party leaders with my vote. I will also vote against anyone I know has backed him. We must find a way to make Hillary the party’s candidte. She won it , she earned it, now it’s up to us to see she gets it.

  • 127. Still Hillary  |  July 7, 2008 at 9:20 pm

    Remember in November!
    Hillary, VP in November. President in 2012!
    Hillary, a fighter, a survivor. Don’t give up–we won’t!

    The word has it this is the first and only half-decent black on the horizon. He could not be worse than a Bushman!

    A Thump on the head of BO! You cannot win without HILLARY. Try to go on without her — we will be too tired to fight the traffic, the rain, the stench of corruption.

    We are tired of those in POWER DICKtating to us! If we have to tear down both corrupt parties, so be it. We will only vote HILLARY – for VP with BO along for the ride, or for President on the Independent ticket, if DNC & BO don’t wake up and smell the coffee.

    TAKE HEART, Hillary has many more years of service left to her. She is the strongest, smartest, most tenacious. Hillary rules!

  • 128. billie  |  July 8, 2008 at 8:17 pm

    I can’t vote for the Democratic Party.The leaders of the Democratic Party did everything to get Obama as the nominee.As a Hillary Supporter I will vote for McCain.THE ONLY WAY I WILL VOTE FOR A DEMOCRAT FOR PRESIDENT IS WHEN IT IS HILLARY!!!

    The only way I could hate the Democrat Party more is if they don’t have the ROLL CALL VOTE at the convection.

  • 129. michelina  |  July 9, 2008 at 4:44 am

    I sent this letter to a list of SD’s and delegates who support and who don’t support Senator Clinton.

    A couple of responses I received, we’re that “I” was spreading “lies” (I told them, no, it’s the country, not me”) and that we were embarrassing Senator Clinton.

    Here’s the letter, tell me what you think.

    Dear Delegate:

    It has come to our country’s attention that the DNC, the Barack OBama campaign, and Senator Obama himself, have committed a number of immoral, improper, and in some cases “illegal” activities during the democratic primaries.

    In response to these facts and findings of these activities, a number of powerful grass root organizations have grown in support and numbers, with the idea that:

    “Democracy died on May 31, 2008”.

    That’s the day our children will read about in their history books, the day our fellow Americans from Florida and Michigan were ignored, when they cast their vote.

    You all know the story.

    We are a country built on the “will of the people”, “no taxation without representation”, under “one nation and God”, not the manipulating, corrupt ideas and dealings of the DNC—They are not our superiors, they are our EMPLOYEES.

    Being a representative as “one” of the 18 million people who voted for the Most Qualified, the most Experienced, and the more honest candidate, I need to write this letter.


    How in good conscience can you all sit back knowing this COUNTRY is screaming for INTEGRITY, TRUST, EXPERIENCE in a President., An individual, who LOVES THIS COUNTRY and the people who support it.

    How in good conscience can you support an individual that DID NOT win, either in the popular vote, or with the delegate Vote.

    I implore you, consider the consequences of allowing Barack Obama, & the corrupt leadership of the DNC to seat and nominate an individual that half this country CANNOT tolerate, and won’t vote for in November.

    Senator Clinton won this nomination. She belongs in the general election. You don’t have to “like” her, just follow your conscience, for the good of our Nation, our Beautiful America, for the people who live loving their country, For the Good of the World.

    At the Denver Convention: At the Roll Call: Select the right candidate. Be a representative of our country, without any of the self interest we all know and understand corrupts our lives.

    Elect the choice of the “people”, and you will have done your job,——— and a good job.

    PS At least John McCain holds the character of a President, if in fact; we’re stuck without our person of “CHOICE”.

    With All respect,

    Sharon Morgante

  • 130. hugo  |  July 12, 2008 at 1:44 am

    I contributed $50 to Hillary to get the winning tee-shirt from the contest Chelsea managed and to help pay off the campaign debt.

    Obama and the DNC leaders are frauds and I will not support him or the party. Only Hillary, McCain, Nader, PUMAs, and the Denver Group will receive any $$ from me.

  • 131. Jose  |  July 12, 2008 at 3:25 am

    Obama did not win the popular votes, he’ll be Oprah’s, Wright, Pfliger’s and people like that puppet!! He did not Deserve the nomination, and I am truly torn!!! I’m sick of these past eight ears, but screaming MICHELLE OBAMA BEING FIRST LADY? WITH HER HOLY THAN THOUGH ATTITUDE!! and Proud American for the FIRST TIME, BECAUSE OF HER SELF SERVING WISH TO BE FIRST LADY!! iI can’t stomach this!!! I WILL HAVE TO VOTE FOR McCAIN AND CINDY DOESN’T SCREAM and Chastise people. 18 Million will count THIS NOVEMBER!! GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!!

  • 132. Barbara  |  July 12, 2008 at 9:32 pm

    We must not let the Democratic Party ignore us, silence us,
    tell us to “get over it, and move on.” The Democratic Party
    decided to crown the guy who didn’t win. And they did
    this because they did not want to deny an African American,
    even when he did NOT WIN. But it was easy to deny the
    woman – WHO DID WIN. The Old Boy’s Club, as always
    decided to take this away from Hillary. Well, there are
    strength in numbers, and we must not cave, hide or be
    silenced. We must join together and DEMAND we be heard.
    We can’t just walk away, cave, or move on – NOT THIS
    TIME. Howard Dean and the Democratic Party have
    ignored us, and insulted us. We can’t let them get away
    it – NOT THIS TIME…

  • 133. Rick  |  July 16, 2008 at 5:18 am

    I just don’t know what to do. Do I just write Hillary in when I vote or what. I cannot see myself at this point voting for Obama Nation or McCain. For me, all Hope was lost when Hillary didn’t win. And I just believe that Obama could do as much harm if not more than Bush himself. RIck

  • 134. melanie mayon  |  July 16, 2008 at 5:22 am

    i am appauled and distraught at what happened to hilary and how the 18 million of us were pushed out. is there no way t get her back on the ticket in nov? all these obama heads are now seeing who the guy really is. can the party admit it made a mistake? is it too late to change?
    fed up in hollywood

  • 135. Lynn L  |  July 16, 2008 at 11:20 pm

    The only way for the DNC to learn their lesson is for the 18 million to Vote for McCain.

  • 136. greg grant  |  July 19, 2008 at 6:16 pm

    I am a lifelong democrat and a Clinton supporter that was proud to cast my vote for her in the fall. Obama has been nasty and the Democratic party have trashed Hillary and threw her under the bus. We need to get rid of Howard dean and senators like Ted Kennedy and John Kerry. I will be voting for John McCain in the fall

  • 137. Myrtle  |  July 21, 2008 at 4:58 am


  • 138. Jean  |  July 25, 2008 at 6:00 pm

    i am another person who will not vote for obama. we need to reclaim the democratic party. it has always been the republicans who were known for dirty tricks, but not this time. i could not believe the way hillary’s fellow democrats trashed her and her followers, now i need to decide whether to vote for mccain or a third party. let’s stay united against the dnc leadership and obama.

  • 139. Frances  |  July 27, 2008 at 4:39 am


  • 140. junona  |  July 27, 2008 at 6:46 am

    Unfortunately, as long as the Obamaniacs feel the election is his there will be no reason for the Democratic party to be concerned about the 18 million of us who voted for Hillary. The only thing that will get the Obama lovers’ attention is the threat of losing the election. Therefore, we are faced with a hard choice. Do we get into line because a McCain victory is unacceptable (what the Obama people keep saying we’ll do) or do we take a stand and say we will vote for McCain or not vote at all and stick to that. I believe the latter is a very difficult position. However, if we care at all about never seeing the type of hate mongering that we saw in this election again, or if we want Hillary on the ticket, we must take a stand. WE WILL NEVER HAVE THIS OPPORTUNITY AGAIN.

    If Obama wins BECAUSE WE CAVED and not because he had to come to us, we will never see the issues we care about as part of the Democratic platform. Why? Because our issues would be seen as irrelevant with only a minority of support, and for a large number of the young Obamaniacs hating Hillary was great sport.

    Obama’s campaign will OBVIOUSLY have control of the Party Platform if we shrink back and say, of course I’ll vote for him, I have no choice The only way for us to have the impact is to say: Unless our issues are addressed in the Democratic Platform and at the convention, we will vote for McCain and mean it. THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT WE SHOULD BE DOING.

  • 141. Hispanic from Texas  |  July 29, 2008 at 4:57 pm

    I am so sick of Obama’s arrogance and how the media worshipped his every move on his trip overseas. My God, what is this world coming to.
    This man is already portraying himself as President and all his supporters are putting him on a pedestal. We all really have to push for McCain to win, it’s about “principles” and respect for Hillary. I know she’s asking us to support Obama, but she has too, she was pressured to quit because of it. We have to get as many people, espcially in the swing states to vote McCain, and to try to wise them up. Lets group up people and let the world know we meant business. Good Luck you all, I will be doing my part. Debbie in Texas

  • 142. sharon Arthur  |  July 30, 2008 at 3:27 pm

    I will not vote for Obama!! The entirely stupid way the DNC conducted the nominatiion process with caucuses and primaries and if that insult wasn’t bad enough, the way they had the nerve to count and assign delegates. It was set up for a minority candidate to win, assuming being a woman was the status quo. I need to know when exactly, did the rules committee decide how we must count delegates…………………I have not had time to research this but to my knowledge no one has spoken about it either. I will not totally waste my vote. I intend to vote democratic for everyone on the ticket except for president.

  • 143. joanie guy  |  August 9, 2008 at 4:52 pm

    I do not know how many of the 18 million voters for Clinton ( of which I was) are still undecided. I would guess many are now Obama supporters. Does anyone know how many of us of the 18 million are still “in limbo” ? The real power is in knowng that number and moving that group to exert influence dont you think?

  • 144. Greg  |  August 14, 2008 at 4:10 pm

    Bitter bitter creatures, the lack of reason and logic is not surprising…… I have grown used to that throughout my adult life. However your high pitched whinning is not as annoying as your reckless disregard for our current political situation and willingness to aid republicans in this critical hour….. all due to your candidates loss. She had the race won before it started and handed it over due to her managerial incompetence. Better luck in 8 years kids, put the kids in the wagon and move on!!!!

  • 145. Sharon S.  |  August 14, 2008 at 4:12 pm

    Well, I am supporting a NO-bama vote.
    I want Hillary as my candidate. I was ripped off being a resident of Florida….(why can’t they get this right just once, if my EVER needed to count it was in this primary…but NO…)…

    I think the DNC should have a complete over-haul and Howard Dean should be removed at once! The DNC has caused me to move to Independent so I can vote for who I like. I don’t want McBush either….Hillary is my candiate and I refuse to budge.

    Count me in…!!!

  • 146. Ravenswood Guy  |  August 27, 2008 at 4:31 am

    I don’t understand this at all: Hillary supporters voting for McCain.

    What do Hillary and John McCain have in common in terms of policy? What do they agree on?

    I can almost understand not voting at all – but that would replicate the Nader Effect of 2000. Thanks to those self-involved and out-of-touch people, we have had 8 years of pure disaster.

    But women Hillary supporters voting for McCain? The same guy who dumped his first wife? And did so after he found out that she had suffered injuries in a car accident, and lost 5 inches off of her height and gained weight? And left her for what? A 25 year old slim blond heiress?

    Thats the respect you have for your own sex? Just remember if McCain gets elected and your sons, daughters, siblings, or relatives get injured or killed in Iraq – as that war continues for the next 4 plus years, you’ll only have yourselves to blame.

  • 147. Marty Dark  |  August 27, 2008 at 5:47 am

    I am totally disgusted with what has happened in the nomination of the Democratic Party. Tonight Hillary showed SHE was ready to be President. My partner will not vote for Obama or McCain.

  • 148. sgunnip  |  August 29, 2008 at 12:27 am

    I also voted for Clinton and am undecided. I do not feel Obama has made his intentions on women’s issues/policies clear in his campagin. I did not like the treatment of Clinton and the references to her emotions were insulting.

  • 149. fran corley  |  October 1, 2008 at 9:13 pm

    i will be voting for john& sarah, america first &always.

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