June 7, 2008 at 6:22 pm 493 comments

This blog is designed so we can see how many of the 18-million voters are sticking together and NOT doing what the Democratic Party expects of us.

There are many that feel disenfranchised and disgusted with how Hillary was FORCED out of the race. This blog is FOR YOU!

The goal of this blog is to see HOW many of the 18-million voters we can inform of this site so they may visit us and BE COUNTED. Our goal is to see the number of responses accumulated under this post. Be patient but, be active and it will happen. Look at the beautiful calm picture above. Can’t you see 18-million of us walking up over the hill out of the horizon to take our place?!

This is how you participate:

#1 Please submit your comment here FIRST on this POST that you are now reading. Then if you want to post comments on the other posts please be our guest. (For those of you that have not posted a comment on a blog before; you simply go down to the bottom of this message and click on COMMENTS.  Then you scroll down to bottom of all the comments posted and in the box displayed is where you post your comment.)

#2 Please contact everyone you know that blogs or does not blog but, who are fed up with the political process and they want somewhere they can go to express their opinion and give their suggestions and comments.

#3 Check back with us often to see how the number is growing.

By the number of those that submit one comment to THIS POST we will be able to see how many of us out there are willing to stick together. With strength in numbers we are then able to come together and decide what we want to do to implement REAL change in our county.


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Hillary’s Speech is Beginning and the CROWD EXPLODES!

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  • 1. indydem4hill  |  June 7, 2008 at 6:55 pm

    I found you through another blog and I am one of your 18 mil and we are united in one cause — HRC for POTUS

  • 2. Kurt  |  June 7, 2008 at 10:25 pm

    I posted this on another pro hillary website

    Hum let me see here

    Today Obama set up a thank you Hillary Clinton page while he was out playing golf.

    Then, all of a sudden the extreme left wing of the democratic party is praising senator Hillary Clinton writing (from the Daily Kos)

    “A salute and acknowledgment to Hillary, and an acknowledgment to her supporters, whom we will need in November”. Further stating “be nice to them”.

    So let me get this straight- the same exact people from the Daily Kos, MOVEON, Huffington Post and MANY other “media” outlets who threw a storm, filed lawsuits, signed petitions when Al Gore lost the popular by .5% to George Bush in 2004 calling anyone who argued by the rules were called traitors and hypocrites, the same people who treated Senator Hillary Clinton like complete and absolute crap in this election and showed her no respect, the same people who not only encouraged but promoted the MSM bias towards Hillary Clinton but partook in the bias themselves are NOW BEING NICE TO US. I wonder why???

    They want to use us. Do not be used. Do not walk to the DNC unity line. DO NOT TRUST THE OBAMA CAMPAIGN AND THOSE THAT ESPOUSE THE VIEWS OF THIS CULT-LIKE campaign.

    We will not forget!!!

  • 3. corage  |  June 7, 2008 at 10:39 pm

    count me in the group of 18 million strong who support HRC for POTUS.

    there are many grassroot groups sprouting so we definitely need to organize and consolidate into one big organization.

    other than spreading the word about this blog site, let me know what else i can do to help with this cause.

  • 4. Nana  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:09 am

    Count me in the 18 million. I will not be voting for Obama in November. I live in PA so i will vote for John McCain because we are a swing state. I want to make sure I do all I can to keep him from winning here.

  • 5. Boots  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:12 am

    Come November, we will remember. I saw that on another blog. I will remember what the Obama campaign, the DNC, Pelosi, Reid, Kennedy, Kerry, and all the rest of the Democratic Party did to steal this primary election. I will remember in November and I will vote McCain

  • 6. dot48  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:27 am

    Count me in .. as well as my husband and son.

    I will never forget the gang rape of Hillary Clinton by all involved.

    I will remember when I walk in the booth in November.

    I will remember all the way down ticket as well.

  • 7. yogi41  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:36 am

    Thank you for this effort and count me in. Let’s go for 40 million!

  • 8. DWPforHILL  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:37 am

    I am one of 18 million.

    I will never vote for Barack Obama.
    If necessary, I will vote for John McCain to help defeat Barack Obama.

  • 9. Sharon  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:41 am

    Count me in and I know at least 50 more just like me I will send it along ok one place is a good deal let me know if I can do anything else .

  • 10. fif  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:49 am

    Definitely count me in! I will not forget, I will not forgive, I will not yield. I think it’s hilarious that they think we will suddenly accept their sweets and kisses. Classic abusive relationship. I am not a victim or a fool. You will absolutely, positively not get my vote, or that of anyone else I can “educate” between now and November. Obama is an illegitimate candidate, like Bush, pure and simple. The party “leaders” selected him over the will of the people. And now we are supposed to come together for democratic principles? Are those the principles you just trashed? Hypocrisy on parade.

  • 11. gonzotx  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:57 am

    i will never vote *61. Hillary is the legal nominee…

  • 12. abycat  |  June 8, 2008 at 1:38 am

    Count me in. This fraudulent primary/caucus election to nominate an unqualified puppet in order to purge the party of the Clintons is a travesty. I will never vote for Obama. Since I cannot write in Hillary, I will either abstain or vote McCain. I will abstain if Obama is losing, I will vote for McCain if it is close.

  • 13. Peggy  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:26 am

    Definitely count me in. This primary season is nothing but a fraud committed by our elected officials and party elders at the highest levels of government. The idea that these people run our country and want Barack Obama as their puppet and titular head, is very, very frightening. It’s unfortunate that the DNC chose not to run a candidate this year. The only honest, patriotic American on the ballot will be John McCain.

    Hillary or McCain 08

  • 14. ann  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:37 am

    The Obama campaign not only abused Sen. Clinton but his campaign abused us. Never before has a campaign been waged in the US with the idea that you garner support by declaring those who don’t support you to be ignorant, worthless, unwanted crap. It was a strategy used by Hitler — create an ingroup and begin stoning and lashing out at those that don’t belong.

    I hope Americans are able to stand strong against Obama and all the ugliness that his candidacy represents. America is not a racist cesspool, it is a beautiful and amazing nation made great by the generosity and graciousness of Americans. Bush has done enough damage — we must elect HRC. If not Hillary then McCain.

  • 15. julie  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:47 am

    Count me in too! I am one of 18 million and I am pledging to vote for McCain to send a message to the DNC and to Obama.

    I have a bumper sticker that says Hillary, and I want to put one on that says McCain and keep the Hillary sticker on… But then again, those obamaniacs are something to be frighten of, so I don’t know if I will do it.

  • 16. wodiej  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:50 am

    add me to the 18 million who considers Hillary Clinton the legitimate Democratic nominee. I will accept NO SUBSTITUTES. It’s Hillary or nothing. I will participate and do everything I can to show my support for her all the way to Denver. If that doesn’t get the attention of the DNC, how about another failed attempt for Presidency. After the way Hillary has been treated YOU CAN ALL STICK IT. Obama is scary and I will NEVER VOTE FOR HIM.

  • 17. texaskitty  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:54 am

    count me in the group of 18 million strong who support HRC for POTUS.
    I am and always will be for Hillary, she is our “CHOSEN ONE”. literally

    Ovomit has no place in the White House.

  • 18. lefty56  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:03 am

    I will not vote for Obama-never thought I’d be ashamed to be a Democrat. They better take us serioulsy.

  • 19. ALforHill  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:06 am

    Count me and my husband. I have never been sicker at heart than I was today to see Hillary have to submit to the DNC and Slimeball. She even got all day coverage on all the stupid networks when they would not even show her rallies or endorsements. You had the One shoved up in your face. What can I do to help? Alabama always goes Republican every election anyway. We have alot of retired military because of Ft. McClellan closing. They are all Repubs. So I might as well join the crowd. I just have this gut-gnawing feeling that our Queen of Heart’s and Bill are holding one last trump or ace up their sleeve. I think my neice, nephew and ex-brother-in law will be voting for McCain. We had a similar election when Bob Riley ran against Lucy Baxley. She served as Lt. Gov under him and ran against him but Karl rove and operatives quickly dashed her hopes of being the 2nd female to serve as Gov. Gov. Lurleen Wallace won and served but only because of the popularity of her husband George. There is alot of sexism in Alaabama. There are alot of AAs in B’ham and other cities but I don’t think Obama stands a snowballs chance of winning here.

  • 20. tricianc  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:19 am

    I am another one of 18 million. Once again, the Democrats have chosen the weaker, farthest left candidate.

    I will never vote for Obama. My precious vote goes for Mr. McCain. He doesn’t have to go around trying to wrap himself in the flag, we KNOW he loves his country.

    Also because I will not vote for Obama, it means I am intelligent, it does not mean I am racist. As a smart man just said a little while ago tonight, there is only one color…red, white and blue!

  • 21. roderunner  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:27 am

    “JUST SAY NO” to the DNC, the media and Obama.

    Forget their treatment of Sen. Clinton? I don’t think so.
    Forgive their treatment of Sen. Clinton? I don’t think so.

    At least McCain is a real as one can expect a politician to be. He gets my vote and none of us have voted republican in eons.

  • 22. Seattlegal  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:27 am

    My Vote is My Voice. And I will use it in Nov. Count me in. Hill all the way!

  • 23. HARP  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:45 am

    DNC will not get my support after raping 18 million voters.

  • 24. Regency  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:54 am

    Count me in. It’s Hillary or defeat.

  • 25. imustprotest  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:57 am

    I am one of 18 million….I will not cast my vote for the the appointed one in November. Please keep this blog and others like it alive! Do not let them drown out our voices again! I turn down obama and the DNC. DNC as in Do Not Count (18 million votes)

  • 26. Hillicrat  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:59 am

    If not Senator Clinton, then McCain for 2008. Besides, he reminds me of my uncle…a 20 yr Navy Vet inluding Vietnam.

  • 27. olivia1998  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:11 am

    Count me in. I will not vote for that thug or the DNC. It’s McCain all the way. They need to be taught a lessen or they’ll do it again. So does the media and the way to get them is in the pocket book. BOYCOTT the sponsors.

  • 28. yv in san antonio  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:11 am

    Count me in your 18 million. My husband and I will not vote for Obama. We have many friends and relatives in Texas, California and Florida that voted for Hillary and will never vote for Obama.

  • 29. sarah  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:11 am

    COUNT ME IN!!!

  • 30. dee4hill  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:17 am

    Count me in as well. I will NOT vote for Obama, for all the obvious reasons stated here. The only difference I have with others is that I will retain my Dem party affiliation. I will walk into the voting booth in Nov as a Registered Dem. I will pull the lever for McCain. Then when Donna Brazile and all the statisticians go over the date, they will see how many of their own defected and cost Obama the election. They will know that their own turned against them, just as they turned against us.

    After the GE I will switch my affiliation to Independent. I feel like this will make a bigger impact on the DNC and be a direct blow to their gut.

  • 31. Colin  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:27 am

    HRC or McCain in 2008.

    Re-register your vote! I left the Democrat Party on June 5th.

    Battleground states must do the ‘Right’ thing, VOTE McCain unless HRC is the nominee! Only non-battground States have the luxury of staying home!

  • 32. navyvet48  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:28 am

    Count me in. I too will go unassigned after the GE, They only allow two parties here in KS and the rest of us are unassigned. I am pulling the lver for John McCain. As of yesterday, I am part of his veterans coalition!

  • 33. Peggy Sue  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:42 am

    Count me in and my husband, my family throughout the country, and my friends, none of whom will be supporting a Obama ticket. You can even count my dog [though unless the Obamatrons get wind of her she won’t have a vote].

    I’m leaning strongly towards John McCain, not because I like his positions but because I’m determined to send a clear and unambiguous message to my former Party, the [un]Democrats.

    I’m not ready to make nice!

  • 34. arky  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:48 am

    Count me in too!

    Injustice against one is injustice to all.

  • 35. craig cahall  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:49 am

    The DNC must die. We need a new party. Obama must not be elected. Vote McCain in protest. Maximize the volume of your disgust with the DNC with a vote for McCain.

  • 36. Sharon  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:53 am

    Count me in. Barack supporters don’t understand. They think we are suppose to lie down and take it.

  • 37. NYCgirl  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:54 am

    Count me in!

    I am an independent voter who chose to support Hillary in this election. I am DISGUSTED by the disgraceful treatment this fine candidate has received at the hands of the media and the DNC who have been in cahoots from the jump to anoint Obama as the nominee. I have seen many elections in my day, but I have never seen anything like this in my life. The media bias was out of control, and the candidate who won the popular vote actually had the nomination snatched away by “superdelegates” and the DNC at the expense of faithful voters in Michigan and Florida who wanted Clinton, NOT Obama.

    I was an independent before, and I will be an independent again from this point on. I will not vote for Obama OR McCain. I would not vote for Obama even if he takes Hillary on as VP, which I hope she will NOT accept. I will find a third party to support. But if Hillary runs again, she will always get my vote. I will always be one of her unheard 18 Million.

    HILLARY 2012! Let’s get this “Party” started NOW!

  • 38. NOOBAMA  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:57 am



  • 39. Norman  |  June 8, 2008 at 5:21 am

    The preceeding comment by ” Uppity Woman” is a fake by an Obama troll.

    I’ve been reading Uppity on another blog and I am certain that she, like me, will NEVER !!! vote for Obama under any circumstances including Hillary as VP.

    I will vote for McCain simply to block Obama ( pimp boy).


  • 40. Christine Brown  |  June 8, 2008 at 6:34 am

    Count me in together with my husband and our dog Fred. It has been sickening to see Hillary not have her party.

    I have not been politically inclined since I am an immigrant – now citizen. I have not been more inspired by any one in politics until Hillary came along. I met her a month ago at a photo fund raiser. She is amazing !
    She is as nice as can be – in a split second we felt so comfortable with her and realise that she is a real people person.

    I will never vote for Obama – it is not about race – it is about the man – or the lack of.

    There are so many blogs… people are very sad and dissappointed.. we need to organise and have a central blog. Send your thank you cards to Hillary. Below is an extract from the blog . I have sent my card and my $5. Not much as I have already donated my entire pay check to her a month ago. If every one of us sends in $1 little dollar, she would have 18 million and would not need Obama’s stinking help.

    We are trying to get a “Thank you card campaign” started. We want to flood Senator Clinton’s DC office with thank you cards. On the front of the envelope we are writing “WE ARE ONE OF 18 MILLION” and we are asking her to take it to Denver. We want to reach as many supporters as possible so it can be effective. THE ADDRESS:

    DC 20510-3202

  • 41. sharonevolving  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:04 am

    Count me in. I wanted the best, and that was her. No way can I vote for Obama. I live in CA so it will go blue no matter what. BUT McCain’s team feels California is a battleground state, and is working out here. If Hillary doesn’t come back, I am working for the Red guys.

    Wow. Who would have ever thought it would come to this????

  • 42. pledge2hill  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:49 am

    Count me in. DNC has robbed our democracy. DNC has silenced 18 million voices. The petition and protest did not get DNC’s attention. Now DNC is trying to use us, I won’t be fooled. I will be voting for McCain in November.

  • 43. Elizabeth Lora  |  June 8, 2008 at 8:37 am

    Let me start by saying that Hillary gave a good speech but I am disappointed that she came out and endorsed Obama. She was forced into it by the Democratic Party.They abandoned her even though she is the stronger candidate because they said Obama brought in more votes and more money into the party. How about Hillary? I’m sure she brought in a lot of new voters too. The money now that’s a different matter. She didn’t have corrupt people laundering money into her campaign from questionable sources. According to something I read, the party knows that Obama might not win the general election but they are willing to take that chance because they feel that Obama can help the other candidates like Senators and representatives ect.. win so they will have more power in Congress. If I were Hillary I would have told them to go to hell and that I would be running as an Independent. I will never vote for Obama, even if Hillary came to my house and asked me personally! Obama has never won a political race fairly, he has always cheated and he cheated this time too. There is a movement out there to send Hillary thank you cards. I,my husband and my 2 daughters sent her thank you cards today. Please everyone out there send the cards.
    On the front of the envelope please write ” We are one of 18 million”
    On the back write “Take it to Denver”
    Send the cards to: The Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton
    United States Senate
    476 Russell Senate Office Building
    Washington, D.C. 20510-3202

    If you want to you can write a message inside. Thanks

  • 44. CarolK  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:51 pm

    Count me in! I will vote for McCain this year. Nobama! Noprah!

  • 45. Betty  |  June 8, 2008 at 12:58 pm

    I’m here too, count me .

  • 46. Virginia  |  June 8, 2008 at 1:46 pm

    I’ll never unite behind the fraud. The DNC has proven that they need to change their name. I’m out.

  • 47. Jean Buse  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:19 pm

    COUNT ME IN! I am a supporter of OPERATION TURNDOWN!

    I will vote McCain. I have already joined his campaign.

  • 48. Martha Crawford  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:26 pm

    I will vote for McCain before I vote for the idiot BHO, and his hate filled wife!!
    It’s really obvious to us what has been done to Hillary!!

  • 49. Susan Merbs  |  June 8, 2008 at 2:31 pm

    I am glad we are standing up for Hillary, the media and the SD’s will pay for their un-electable candidate.
    We will make it rain McCain!!

  • 50. lvindy4hill  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:02 pm

    A vote for McCain is a vote to insure that BHO never sets foot in our WH

  • 51. aelledge  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:09 pm

    Support Hillary and everything she has worked her whole life for and get a democrat into the White House. Let’s not ruin this.

  • 52. SonyaD  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:26 pm

    I am 1 of 18 million!! Standing strong in support of Hillary Clinton!!
    Sonya in GA

  • 53. Tammy  |  June 8, 2008 at 3:42 pm

    Count me in as well as many of my family throughout the states. We’re ready to stand up for Hillary and will go the extra miles to support her in any way.

  • 54. LauraVW  |  June 8, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    Count another one here!

  • 55. Patti McGuire  |  June 8, 2008 at 5:18 pm

    Hillary needs to go on and do great things. She gave a wonderful speech and did her duty to the DP, even though they did not do their duty by her. The good old boy dems recruited Obama and they and the press worked hard to defeat Hillary.

    The DNC threw me out (FL) but now they want me to come back to the “family.” No hard feelings, right?

    McCain ’08! Nobama, noprah!

  • 56. NancyinCali  |  June 8, 2008 at 5:55 pm

    here I am…..

    blog is The Hillary Hotline

    can we please plan a ONE MILLION WOMAN MARCH on the denver convention?

    how do we get NOW, Emiy’s List, Gloria Steinham, Geraldine Ferraro, etc behind us?

  • 57. Uppity Woman  |  June 8, 2008 at 6:29 pm

    Hi, I post at NQ and have my Uppity Woman blog. One of my readers informed me that someone posted here using my name and blog link, claiming to support Barack Obama. This has occurred in many places so I guess I am doing a good job! Please note that any posts in my name or linking to my site that claim to support that Sexist Tool Barack Obama is a forgery. I would appreciate if you would change the name of the user to OBAMA TOOL or OBAMA THUG and reroute the link to any Marxist or Stalinist site you can find.

    I am with you.

    –The Real Uppity

  • 58. Uppity Woman  |  June 8, 2008 at 6:30 pm

    P.S.I just read the crap that the Obama Thug wrote. Please delete any post that claims that I support Barack the Thug Obama. Thanks! Check my blog for confirmation of just exactly how I feel about this Pig.

  • 59. mjr17  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:12 pm

    Hello! Glad to join this site. I will NEVER EVER vote for Obama. I had a vision that Hillary would be our president. I’m sticking with it. If Obama is the nominee in August (which I don’t believe he will be) I will vote McCain.

  • 60. revgrl  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:22 pm

    Yes, please count me in!! I just talked to some friends in Ireland who were very sad and disappointed that Hillary suspended her campaign. (Even though we know she is the real person elected by the people!) Ireland chose Mary Robinson as their President decades ago, and now she’s the head of the UN. The US is so far behind other countries – on health care, on fair elections, etc. It’s shameful! I’m tired of it, and it’s time that we start practicing what we preach to the rest of the world. I totally support Hillary, but I will never vote for Obama!

  • 61. dlp  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:28 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.

    Formere Democrat from OREGON

  • 62. Ky4Hill  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:38 pm

    I’ll always stand for Hillary…no matter what anyone says!

  • 63. ProudMilitaryMom  |  June 8, 2008 at 7:44 pm

    For those voting for McCain because he’s a “maverick”, let’s not fool ourselves here. Being a McCainBot isn’t any better than being an ObamaBot.

    McCain isn’t a maverick. He flip-flopped on the war, he flip-flopped on Bush’s tax cuts for the rich, he flip-flopped on warrantless wiretaps, and he voted with Bush 95% of the time in the Senate last year.

    Bush and McCain are very, very close on the issues. And McCain stands very far apart on the issues from Hillary.

    If you’re a true Hillary supporter, I don’t understand how you could vote for McCain. He doesn’t support her stance on Iraq, the economy, universal health care, education reform, and a lot more.

  • 64. Nanci1951  |  June 8, 2008 at 8:01 pm

    I am one of the 18 million, or should I say 1/2 of the 18 million because I am from Florida. I will vote for John McCain, and pray that Hillary can run again in 4 years.

    Some states don’t count writing in Hillary Clinton, so be careful, and I think it is a better idea to vote for McCain and get him elected, because we can’t get Hillary elected at this sad stage, but we can help can McCain in and then Hillary will run in 4 years.

  • 65. clintonite4ever  |  June 8, 2008 at 8:01 pm

    The DNC needs a loud and clear message that we will NOT, under any circumstances, let THEM control the outcome of our nominating process and election. If we allow them to do this now, what do you think they will do in the future??? We mind as well become the “Communist Party” if our decisions are going to be made for us and we are expected to fall in line. Hillary was discriminated against by her own party leaders. It made me sick to my stomach.

    Richardson obviously endorsed Obama b/c he thought there might have been something in it for him. In my opinion, James Carville hit the nail on the head…that bastard is a Judas. As for John Edwards, I think he might have been promised something as well (i.e., Poverty position in the Cabinet). After all, his governing policies, health care policies, etc. were more in line w/ Clinton than Obama. This election was stolen from her in so many ways….the media, sexism, bias superdelegates, the Michigan & Florida disenfranchisment, the young voters (many of whom have probably never voted before in their life and know nothing about politics except that Obama is “cool”), and the African American community that voted for Obama by 90% (hmm…and we’re the racists??!!). And those are just the TIP of the ICEBERG!! Clinton was forced out by a combination of elements. I have NEVER in my life seen so much hatred and criticism of someone who ran for President. I wll never forgive the DNC…I will never forgive the idiotic superdelegates….I will never forgive the hateful, sexist media….I will never forgive the Obama campaign for its decietfulness playing the race card and blaming the Clintons…I will never forgive Michelle Obama for the nasty things she said on YouTube about Hillary & Bill’s marriage….I will never forgive the “youth vote” for stealing this nomination from a person who deserves it and giving it to the “cool guy”….I will never forgive 90% of the black community who voted for the “black candidate” instead of giving Hillary at least the benefit of the doubt that the Clintons have FOUGHT their entire adult lives for civil rights!!! And NO, I’m not a racist by any means…but that 90% crap was ridiculous!! Obviously some in the black community FORGOT what the Clintons have done to benefit them over the past 40 years. Its sad more than anything.

    In sum, we (her supporters) must not fall weak over the next months. We must send a LOUD message to the Democratic Party leaders that we count…..they NEED us….and we will NOT tolerate in any way, shape or form the discrimination, disenfrancishment, sexism, and biasness that we have seen over this election season. We have to show them that they cannot and will not push OUR CLINTONS around and get away with it! These S.O.B’s have a chip on their shoulder and think they can control the world…push us around and that we’ll all just weakly “fall in line”. We’ve survived 8 years of George W. Bush (essentially the worst President in the history of our Nation)…I’m positive that 4 years of John McCain isn’t going to kill me. He’s really NOT like Bush if you study his record. If you’re looking for proof, look at the rate at which he appeals to Independents. He truly is a Maverick, unlike any Republican we’ve seen yet. I certainly don’t agree with everything he stands for, but then again, I don’t agree with everything Obama stands for either. So, my idea as a loyal Clintonite is….MAKE A STATEMENT! If Clinton is not offered the VP position (which is the least that Mr. Arrogant Obama could do since he limped over the finish line while she was winning the last states by 30-40%)….then I will vote GOP in ’08. This is about RESPECT folks! We’ll see if Obama has ANY respect for Clinton….if he does, and if he TRULY wants to “unite” the party, then he’ll offer her the spot. If not, I think that speaks volumes about his character….he cannot get over his own ego and his wife’s obvious distaste for Hillary, to bring our party back together as much as possible.

    I am just sickened and disheartened by this whole thing….and if anyone out there IS NOT sickened by it , then they do not understand the values behind the Democratic Party and what those values “should” stand for. Whatever happened to Democracy???

    Today and everyday going forward, I stand with Hillary (as she stood with us). MAKE A STATEMENT! Don’t let the Democratic “Dictators” determine what you will do!

    HILLARY 2012, 2016.

    P.S. As an attorney, let me assure you…if McCain is elected, they will NOT overturn Roe v. Wade. Don’t buy the hype…its a way to get you to vote Democratic. Roe will never be overturned in this country…it would lead to Pandemonium and they won’t allow that to happen.

  • 66. revgrl  |  June 8, 2008 at 8:09 pm

    For those telling me that I am not a true Hillary supporter if I vote for McCain … I can write in Hillary’s name on the ballot, I can choose not vote at all, or I could throw a “protest vote” to McCain. But I will NOT ‘go along to get along’ — which seems to be my favorite phrase these days. I still can honor Hillary in many ways, including volunteering for and sending money directly to the causes she believes in. Casting a vote for Obama, who in subtle and not-so-subtle ways called her and her supporters lying, ignorant racists — is that honoring her and her work?! I can’t possibly see how. He is the face of the political machinery now. I won’t sacrifice my integrity for the “good of the party.” Where is the honor in that?

  • 67. revgrl  |  June 8, 2008 at 8:26 pm

    She’s towing the party line because she has to; I don’t.

  • 68. ryan2483  |  June 8, 2008 at 8:38 pm

    I’m definitely one of those 18 million! I will not be voting for Obama in Nov!!

    If not Hillary, then McCain in 2008!

  • 69. Sheila  |  June 8, 2008 at 10:18 pm

    I’m definitely one of the 18 million supporters. I will never vote for Obama. I too was sickened by the media, pundints, DNC and Obama’s campaign people of how they treated Hillary and the Clinton’s, shame on them. We need to stick together and “Remember in November” we will be a force to be heard from in Nov.

  • 70. Connie  |  June 8, 2008 at 10:28 pm

    AnninCo, ProudMilitaryMom and POdVet all seem to be trying to dissuade Hillary supporters to make an anti-McCain choice. They are probably Obama supporters. Don’t let them get to you – they are trying to do it on all the anti-Obama sites. The whole point of THIS site is NOT doing what the DNC expects us to do – that is NOT to vote for Obama. Everyone has a choice to make now that Hillary has been coerced into concession: hang in there and see if something ELSE comes out about Obama (which it will); not vote; or vote for McCain. I hope everyone uses their vote – I will use mine to vote McCain to keep Obama out.

  • 71. Mart in PA  |  June 8, 2008 at 11:06 pm

    Hi everyone. I am one of the 18 million cracks and will NOT vote for Obama the selected one in November. It’s either Hillary or “rain McCain”!

  • 72. yvonne  |  June 8, 2008 at 11:11 pm

    Found this on Clinton Democrats, check it out.
    I’m posting it on different sites, for all to see.

  • 73. imustprotest  |  June 8, 2008 at 11:19 pm

    yes, Connie is right. Ignore the Allisonobamatot troll. They are on full blown cyberbully mode. They are using pro-hillary bloggers names and flooding pro-hillary sites to try to squash out the growing movement against unifying for the appointed one. Ignore the trolls, do not engage and if they use the name of another blogger, go to his/her site and notify them. They have ways of shutting down these bullies.

  • 74. Tiffany  |  June 8, 2008 at 11:54 pm

    So if we don’t reply with a McCainBot tone, our post gets deleted?

  • 75. Stephanie  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I’ve been a lifelong Hillary supporter, but I’m not going to drink the Kool-Aid and jump on the McCain bandwagon.

    Sorry if that offends you guys.

  • 76. imustprotest  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:08 am

    stay strong 18 million, ignore the trolls!

  • 77. Joanne  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:11 am

    Count me in….I will not be voting for Obama.

  • 78. revgrl  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:37 am

    Thanks for the troll alert! I sensed something was up … Still new to this site, so wasn’t sure. Glad I’m really among allies and friends!

  • 79. MAC  |  June 9, 2008 at 1:41 am

    After I wiped away the tears – I vowed to continue to fight for every little girl in this country! I will NEVER support Obama after the way he treated Hillary! Did anyone see the video where he gave her the finger? I wish I could send it to his daughters – no I can’t sink that low. I will either not vote in November – or better yet – I will write in Hillary!

  • 80. PattyR  |  June 9, 2008 at 1:41 am

    I’m here, standing as one of 18 million voters who cast their ballot for Hillary.

    “May 31, 2008 – We will remember, come November!”

    Seattle, WA

  • 81. pcfs  |  June 9, 2008 at 4:38 am

    I’m one of the 18 million and will never give up. I have sent a letter to Hillary thanking her for her courage and devotion to us.
    I feel at home with all of you.

    palm coast fl

  • 82. JoeySky  |  June 9, 2008 at 4:39 am

    I’m in.

  • 83. Emily K-B  |  June 9, 2008 at 4:52 am

    I’m one of the 18 mill. 4 HILLARY, my state is red, so I took it to the streets in 5 other states. Votes for WOMEN! Vote for the smartest most committed and the only candidate who’s a PROVEN positive change maker. When you start with BILL and add THE HILL , who has a need for CHANGE? (children and Pig’s y banks)
    I will need serious convincing to vote for BO even if he chooses HRC, I’ve witnessed too many negative BO incidents.

  • 84. presidenthillary  |  June 9, 2008 at 5:21 am

    I’m in and I hope these numbers grow really fast. Everyone should blog this link and tell everyone, including the media who might feature the URL and some info!

  • 85. Helen  |  June 9, 2008 at 5:50 am

    count me in I am very angry and will not do what is expected of me. I will not stop until Hillary is the nominiee.

  • 86. SeattleDem  |  June 9, 2008 at 5:51 am

    “To rise like dust is to be stronger than the boot or the rock!” I am standing with Hillary Clinton!

  • 87. Grace  |  June 9, 2008 at 6:01 am

    Here’s to a democratic election, not an autocratic selection.

    I’m one of the 18 million, and I shall not be moved by this sham put forth by the DNC and MSM.

  • 88. Patrick Fehring  |  June 9, 2008 at 6:28 am

    I want everyone to know that it is not just women who are part of that 18 million. There are hundreds of thousands of men too.

  • 89. carolyn  |  June 9, 2008 at 6:38 am

    i will not vote for obama period! I am not voting for him because he’s black but I am also NOT goin to vote for him because he’s black! Not enough substance for obama to get my vote.

  • 90. POdVet  |  June 9, 2008 at 6:54 am

    We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in Denver,
    we shall fight on the blogs and OpEds,
    we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength on the internet, we shall defend our Hillary, whatever the cost may be,
    we shall fight on the beaches,
    we shall fight on the landing grounds,
    we shall fight in the fields and in the streets,
    we shall fight in the hills;
    we shall never surrender, and even if, which I do not for a moment believe, this Nation or a large part of it were subjugated and Obamatized, then our fight shall go on until November. Where we shall with out righteous indignation and rage against the powers of corruption and self serving capitulation, vote against this travesty. We shall vote for McCain so that this poseur Obama shall need 2 votes to counter our 1. We shall make his supporters root around in the graveyards of Chicago to find more and more names to call new voters. And in the end, as the date turns from Nov 4th to Nov5th and the dust clears and sunlight sheds it’s gentle warm over the chill night. The world shall awaken and know we have prevailed and prevented the abomination that is the Obamanation from claiming hold of our country!

    Those you see following the Obamessiah are not Democrats, though the species may try to look similar. They are in fact nothing but JACKASSES!

  • 91. DJ  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:03 am

    COUNT ME IN…We sure needed this as we are all so spread out..Be forwarned though that he Obama Nuts are out there all over and I am sure they will invade our turf here to. Please do not write in Hillary in Nov if you do that in some states it is a vote for Obama and his ugly wife. GO HILLARY OR MCCAIN…

  • 92. Hytimes  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:11 am

    Just checking in to support Madam Hillary Clinton for the first female President of these United States.

    It will happen.

  • 93. L Shaw  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:16 am

    I will never vote for Obama. I will continue to do what I can for Hillary through convention. I am already organizing to get ready to campaign for McCain, if need be.

  • 94. Jen Shaw  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:17 am

    Plain A Hillary, Plan B McCain

  • 95. Sharon Lane  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:19 am

    Hillary supporter, all the way……

  • 96. S. Dickerson  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:25 am

    He is not experienced enough to be President. His associations are questionable. and there are so many reasons.

    Hillary only
    obama never
    maybe McCain, if need be

  • 97. Ruth  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:31 am

    I’m one of 18 million!! I won’t be voting for Obama if Hillary is not the nominee!! 18 million STRONG!

  • 98. S. Heath  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:41 am

    I am one of the 18,000,000 who will not be voting for Obama come November. I don’t understand how the democratic party could expect us to vote for a man who does not love or respect our country or our flag. Obama is the worst candidate I have seen in my lifetime.

    It is just such a darn shame – Hillary would have done such a great job. Obama is not even fit for his senate seat much less to be president!

  • 99. DiamondTiger  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:47 am

    I’m standing right next to all of you!

    I will remember in November!


  • 100. Denver-Bound  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:59 am

    Remember, the only thing we ever asked of the DNC and media was to give each candidate a fair shot, a basic level of respect, and would gladly let the chips fall where they may. They could not even give the former First Lady of the United States of America, and her husband the greatest Democratic president since FDR, the basic level of respect you’d give people of their stature. Even Her own party tried to malign and humiliate her at every turn.

    Since she was not given fair play and basic dignity and respect you’d afford to any human being, it looks like we’re simply going to have to take back what has always been rightfully ours.

    For any American that believes in fair play, to any American that believes in basic human dignity and respect, we are the rightful heirs of this great nation, and we’re about to claim our stake in this nation.

    The DNC leadership better be ready to pay up, because we have a check we’ve got to cash…

    Our Plan is Sound, We’re Denver-bound!

  • 101. RebeccaEdLVNV  |  June 9, 2008 at 9:19 am

    Count us in…Ed and I are TWO of the 18 million. We will fight this out in Denver.


  • 102. Connie  |  June 9, 2008 at 10:31 am

    NEWS ALERT! Fox News this morning (6/9) interviewed two women from Women for Fair Politics who stated Howard Dean called their organization last Tuesday and asked “what do you want”?. They said there was nothing he or the DNC could do – Hillary had been disrespected by both the DNC and the media…. all of these sites are working!!! The DNC is beginning to see how they’ve screwed up. Let’s keep on this – Obama is not electable.

  • 103. Mrsawd  |  June 9, 2008 at 10:59 am


  • 104. Tess in NJ  |  June 9, 2008 at 11:11 am

    Count me in. I am outraged by the way the DNC has treated Hillary in this race. There was absolutely no reason for her to bow out at this point. She was only less than 200 delegates behind at the end of the primaries and could have easily made it up in superdelegate votes at the convention. The Democratic party and the mainstream media disseminated the lie that Obama had recieved the number of votes necessary to win the nomination, and many believe that lie. The handling of Florida and Michigan votes should be considered criminal. I will not “unify”; I will NEVER vote for Barack Hussein Obama, not ever.

  • 105. Christines  |  June 9, 2008 at 11:28 am

    Obama is unelectable!

  • 106. janet mercer  |  June 9, 2008 at 11:36 am

    Count me in on what i hope to be an historic grassroots movment to let the dnc to know how we feel and to start forth that we will no except what was done on
    may 31..

  • 107. CHARLIE  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:20 pm

    MCCAIN for 2008….The DNC and Obama don’t deserve the vote of the American people….They pick and choose the votes they want and that is not the American way…………..Bring down this corrupt DNC and rebuild a new one of the people for the people, and get rid of Pelosi, Dean, Axlerod, Brazile, and don’t forget Obama.

  • 108. ThankYouTroops  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:28 pm

    Down with the DNC and Obama….I find it very funny that the Obama=Nuts are trying to use every tactic they can to get to us. I have seen blogs where they call us names, try to be nice, fake the polls,
    and then you have those media people saying we’ll come back, trying to blame Hillary for this, it is a joke. THEY JUST DON”T GET IT!! 6 votes in this household for John McCain!!

  • 109. swannyj  |  June 9, 2008 at 12:35 pm

    I’m one of 18 million. I lay awake last night amazed, it seems, we are left with Obama or McCain as our next president. I will not vote for Obama as he has not shown me he is committed to fight for UHC and he is the weakest on the economy and foreign relations and is a total nightmare re. national security. What he has shown me is he is a racist, man of little integrity, and I suspect corrupt to the core. IF HE WAS A TRUE DEMOCRAT HE WOULD NEVER SMEARED THE CLINTONS AS RACIST AND LUMPED PRESIDENT CLINTON’S TIME IN OFFICE WITH BUSH. Obama is arrogant, vile, and hateful. Sorry, I don’t think he cares for people, he uses people.
    The saying every vote is equal certainly is no longer the case in the Democratic process.
    The SDs selected him, let them vote for him in the GE, I won’t.

  • 110. SadStateOfAffairs  |  June 9, 2008 at 1:22 pm

    A jackass is the perfect mascot for this party. PUMA! NOBAMA! NOT NOW! NOT EVER!

  • 111. Carolyn (Rodham)  |  June 9, 2008 at 1:36 pm

    I’m another one of the 18 million, and wrote the following letter to Howard Dean after Hillary’sspeech on Saturday:

    Dear Mr. Dean,
    I wish to inform you that after 36 years as a loyal Democrat who has voted Democratic in every Presidential election since I turned 18, I am resigning from the Democratic party and will be reregistering as an independent. I was glad to read today that you finally acknowledged the destructive effect of the gloating, unfettered sexism that characterized some of the media coverage during the primary season, and you are absolutely right that Hillary supporters like me were angered by the deafening silence from fellow Democrats in response to it. I am sorry to say, I feel you and the party’s leadership share some of the blame for this. Virtually no-one spoke up to condemn the blatant misogyny along the way, and what you said today, while gratifying, was a case of too little, too late. I was also dismayed, to say the least, that while numerous party leaders leapt to Sen. Obama’s defense when Pres. Bush called him an “appeaser,” no-one said a word in defense of Hillary as Sen. Obama’s campaign set about tagging her as a racist and made sure her approval ratings among African-Americans plummeted from close to 80% to less than 7% in a matter of days. I can never forget or forgive such tactics, nor the passivity of you and other Democratic leaders in combating these scurrilous charges against a woman who has been a career-long champion of civil rights.

    My 18 year old son, who had hoped to cast his first vote in a Presidential contest for Hillary, has also registered as an independent.

  • 112. Starr  |  June 9, 2008 at 1:43 pm

    Hillary ’08!

  • 113. candymarl  |  June 9, 2008 at 1:54 pm

    I won’t vote for Obama. Period. When it was clear the Democratic Party was determined to push Hillary out I swallowed my pride and tried to be pro-Obama. Obama supporters still trashed me and called me names. I was even threatened.

    I’m a vet. We don’t take kindly to threats.

    I think the McCain camp needs to know that some on the left said the GIs fighting in Iraq deserved to die.

    That really pissed me off.

    This was not a war of their choosing. They didn’t start it. But they had to fight it. Many said, well why don’t they just quit. When you enter the military it’s not like getting a day job. You sign a contract. You run away from that contract you go to jail. If the military decides to press charges you’re a convicted felon. Your life is ruined.

    Some even said the GIs in Iraq should just quit. And go where? You can’t go the nearest air port and take a plane out.

    Now they’re re-writing Obama’s personal history. His parents never met overseas and he didn’t attend those private schools. Next thing you know his father won’t be from Kenya but from Kansas. Did you know he was on food stamps? Neither did I.

    So it begins. Orwell, step aside.


  • 114. boombaby  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:12 pm

    Obama said in PA that it’s time for our country to talk about race and since then he hasn’t peeped a word about it. Who’s to lead us in a discussion of race if not him? Certainly he does not include as ‘discussion of race’ using the word racist to describe a person inspired by the love and wisdom and decency and spunk of Senator Clinton.

    One of his first acts of judgement could be to condemn that wreckage of the English language. Racism is discrimination against a person on the basis of his or her race. That is not why citizens voted for Senator Clinton. They voted for Senator Clinton because they preferred her and want her in the White House.

  • 115. Jan  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:43 pm

    Count me as one of the mroe than 18 million people who are not going to fall in line behind the DNC or Obama.

    I am appalled at what has happened to the Democratic Party and the fact that it’s so-called leaders during this election cycle has chosen to override the will of the people and push an inexperienced, unvetted, ill-advised, misguided, candidate to the forefront for the GE. The GOP is going to obliterate him and I’ll be right by their sides helping because Obama has no place in the White House at POTUS.

    Country first, Party second, Obama NEVER! Not now, not ever, not in my country.!

  • 116. Kbentleyis  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:48 pm

    I am 18 mil strong. Hillary is the rightful nominee! On to Denver!

  • 117. mjn  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:48 pm

    Count me. I am one of the 18 million. OBAMA and McCain together can’t equal the courage, intelligence, and heart of HILLARY.

    This will inspire YOU.

  • 118. Ann  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:50 pm

    I’m one of the 18 million strong. A life-long Democrat, I filled out my papers and now am unenrolled. NoBama.

  • 119. Lavender  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:51 pm

    I will never vote for Obama. They have so much hatred for this country.

    Hillary loves this country and will always work hard for us.

    She is a fighter !!!

    I am and always will be part of the 18 Million…….

  • 120. susan mig  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:54 pm





  • 121. Dani Perez  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    1 of the 18 Million who will be heard!

  • 122. PA Voter  |  June 9, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    All I can say is never Senator Obama, never…. Just ponder the familiar phrase “tell me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are”… So when I apply this to Sentor Obama, I think I know who he is now and could never vote for him… NEVER!

  • 123. Barbara  |  June 9, 2008 at 3:06 pm

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s more like 1 in 3 million. There aren’t as many turn-coats as you think. Most Hillary supporters are actually going to listen to Hillary’s own words and vote Obama.

  • 124. mkreyns  |  June 9, 2008 at 3:07 pm

    I’m ready for the fight. Hillary is the one qualified to be the president. Obama is a fraud. Count me in. I voted Hillary and will continue to stay loyal.

  • 125. Renee  |  June 9, 2008 at 4:23 pm

    Howard Dean read it and weep. We will not unite for you and your DNC hitmen for this fraud called Obama.

    We realize that you selected him as the candidate as far back as 2004, when you place him as key note speaker. Also, the fact that the DNc convention and OB’s speech there coincides with the MLK “I have a dream” speech wreaks of your corruption.

    We will stay united for one purpose. To defeat your coronated Obama.

  • 126. Connie  |  June 9, 2008 at 5:00 pm

    Comment for Barbara 3:06 p.m.

    Go back to the Obama sites, then and revel in your apparent victory.

  • 127. buzzybunny  |  June 9, 2008 at 5:11 pm

    To Barbara 3:06PM…sorry sister, you and your sorry excuse for a candidate are the losers!!
    Millions of babyboomers who have already fought the establishment are prepared to knock the
    DNC out of the running.

    No Obama ever!

    Count six more lifelong democrats with the 18 million.

  • 128. ALforHill  |  June 9, 2008 at 5:12 pm

    To Barbara. Sure was a sad look on Bob Beckel’s face this morning on FOX news when asked where was the huge “bump” he shouldn’t gotten after Hillary dropped out of the race. Methinks this is larger than Dean, Pelosi, Reid, Kennedy, ETC., ever imagined. McCain 46% to Oboomer’s 43%. Not looking so hot for your illegitimate candidate. Beckel made excuse wait til the convention. By then maybe his numbers will be lower than Bush’s and Congress’.

  • 129. ILBlue  |  June 9, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    Count me . No Obama

  • 130. Deborah Price  |  June 9, 2008 at 6:15 pm

    You can count on my husband and me to reject Obama for president because of the biased and sexist media, the biased and corrupt DNC, and the hypocrisy of Obama.

  • 131. Dawn28  |  June 9, 2008 at 6:47 pm

    Count on me too NO OBAMA!

  • 132. Heather in Florida  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:32 pm

    I am one of 18 million supporters of Hillary Rodham Clinton for President of the United States. I will not vote for Senator Obama to be president in November.

  • 133. novajs  |  June 9, 2008 at 7:49 pm

    Count me in.

    -A frustrated voter in Northern VA

  • 134. Akron  |  June 9, 2008 at 8:00 pm

    Count me in and I am off to publicize –

  • 135. MariainNJ  |  June 9, 2008 at 11:38 pm

    Yes, I represent one of the 18 million cracks on the hard glass ceiling.
    I am still crying. I was there in DC last Saturday and I couldn’t help but cry the miniute Hillary went on stage. I said to my self, OMG, this should be our 44th President, why can’t they get it??? It sis so frustrating. Hillary has even gotten better! I see that the more they push her out , the more she becomes a better, stronger and persevering leader. I will remember in November. No matter how I love Hillary, I am sorry but I can not support Nobama!!!! I will vote McCain if Hillary is not the nominee. That should send a strong message to the DNC for being such “typical politicians” and for throwing away democracy and disrespecting women!! We are a strong base so they should take us seriously!!! I am forever Hillary!!! I am not giving up. Nobama is just the “presumptive nominee”. Lets see what happens from now till the Denver convention in August.

    Stronger Together United Behind Hillary.

    Maria in NJ

  • 136. Annie Em  |  June 10, 2008 at 12:12 am

    Count me in. This was a travesty of justice and turning in to a huge debacle for the DNC.

  • 137. ProudOklahoman  |  June 10, 2008 at 2:17 am

    Count me and about 50 friends and relatives who will not vote for “Precious”. The thought of “Mrs Precious” as First Lady makes me ill. Neither one of them love America. He has too many unsavory friends. I also wrote the DNC and told them I was ashamed of the way they treated Hillary.

  • 138. Elaine D.  |  June 10, 2008 at 2:20 am

    Count me in!!!!

  • 139. Santafegal  |  June 10, 2008 at 2:21 am

    The DNC left me out in the cold and now I can return the favor.

    Count me in!

  • 140. Suzan  |  June 10, 2008 at 2:32 am

    Count me in!

    The three-headed monster (Obama campaign, DNC and MSM) have lied, cheated, stolen in order to force the best candidate out of the race. Now, we will return the favor. We will remember in November!

  • 141. Miss DeeCee  |  June 10, 2008 at 2:37 am

    Count me in – me and ALL my girls! Oh – and my dad 🙂

  • 142. FightLikeHill  |  June 10, 2008 at 2:47 am

    Obama STOLE the nomination and the Dem thugs let him, but we will never give up. Count me in!! Hillary ’08 or McCain ’08!

  • 143. Leia  |  June 10, 2008 at 2:57 am

    Count me way in.

    You should have looked out for us, Howard.

    You should have done your job–not used it to promote your “Dean’s List” favorite.

    May 31, 2008—the Day the Democracy Died.

  • 144. Ga Girl  |  June 10, 2008 at 3:26 am

    I am a Hiillary supporter all the way and to the end.

  • 145. Sean D  |  June 10, 2008 at 3:41 am

    Add me to the list.
    Obama is a fraud !!!
    Hillary would be one of the greatest Presidents our nation has ever had ! The corrupt media and undemorcratic leaders like Dean. Pelosi, And Reid have taken over the now UnDemorcratic pary. But they can,t shut us up in November. If not Hillary then Mcain in 08! Nobama !

  • 146. Luz  |  June 10, 2008 at 5:19 am

    Yes, I am one of the 18 million who voted for Senator Clinton. I will either stay home or vote McCain in November. I cannot believe how the DNC. media, and Obama’s campaign have treated the Clinton’s. I am from IL, and I cannot vote BHO.

  • 147. Carol  |  June 10, 2008 at 6:01 am

    “No self respecting woman should wish or work for the success of a party that ignores her” -Susan B Anthony, 1872.

    When I read this I thought of my great-grandmothers, my grandmothers; my mother and aunts and all the important women in my life – women who paved the way so I could vote and work in the profession of my choice – but above all they taught me that education, experience and hard work made for the qualifications necessary to seek the job I sought. HRC was treated so horribly by the DNC, the leadership of the Democratic Party, the Media and in a lot of cases, by other women including Oprah, Caroline and Maria – this is shameful! HRC stayed out of the 2004 race in order to gain more experience in the Senate (perhaps and only an assumption, at the suggestion of Kennedy, Kerry, Richardson and Edwards – hmmm?) Chris Matthews today had a discussion with Chuck Todd, Howard Fineman and Andrea Mitchell about Clinton Democrats – this group thought only 10% of all of us would vote for McCain or stay home. I would really love to see this conversation replayed in November when McCain wins. We need to stay focused and do what we can to prove them wrong. We will not be patronized. They think California is going to be a big win for BHO – I don’t think so!!!
    My husband and I are in and will not vote for BHO.

    1. Clinton
    2. McCain

  • 148. Kristi  |  June 10, 2008 at 6:49 am

    Count me in! I am proud to be 1 of 18,000,000!!!!

  • 149. Doris  |  June 10, 2008 at 12:19 pm

    I’m one of the 18 million who love and Support Hillary!!! Never obama!!

  • 150. Carmen  |  June 10, 2008 at 12:29 pm

    Count me in!
    I tun in my voting card from Democrat to Independent today!

  • 151. KAT  |  June 10, 2008 at 1:41 pm

    I support you. Please add a blog roll to this site. Here, become a Puma, and add all these addresses to your blog site.

    Just Say No Deal:

    Hillary or McCain.
    Never Obama.


  • 152. becky  |  June 10, 2008 at 1:44 pm

    Very glad I found you. I have absolutely no intention of voting for Obama in November. He has no experience in anything other that how to exploit college campuses and enroll pushy self focused supporters into his camp. I have been called so many awful things by Obama supporters in the blogs that I simply cannot support their candidate. They have said they don’t need us anyway….so we’ll see. Hillary is without question the best candidate fpr president. The media decided they wanted Obama so they beat Hillary into the ground. With the 18 milliion votes she received, she would have easily won if the media talked about her positives once in a while, all it was was denigration of her around the clock. Really makes me sick.

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    I want to let you know that it is extremely difficult to read this sight.
    The font is way to light. I had to Highlight it just to read it. Also the bright green is very distracting. I’m not trying to be a complainer, but this site is a great idea and I would hate to see people interested turn
    away because this site is visually difficult to use.

  • 154. Mac4hill  |  June 10, 2008 at 9:18 pm

    I am one of the 18 million Americans who took the time to vote for my candidate. Senator Clinton did win the popular vote and she was the elected nominee. Unfortunately the DNC has already decided with the good ole boys (delegates and super delegates) that they were going to change the rules, their rules and select Obama as our nominee. I will not cast my vote in November for their selected candidate. I truly believe that there is strength in numbers and our voice should be heard.

  • 155. Jen  |  June 10, 2008 at 9:20 pm

    How can I vote for Obama when he has no experience, besides 6 years in the Senate? How can I vote for McCain when he has no moral code and will only be another 4 years of Bush?

    I’m not the only one who is trying to figure out what to do in this election now that Hillary’s out. Well, I don’t believe Hillary should have to be out — what ever happened to democracy? Since when do we need to only have 2 choices for President??? What the hell kind of a democracy is this? There is no reason she cannot still run. There are too many voices to silence.

    It is dangerous to eliminate the only candidate that has a chance against McCain. I hope the DNC knows what they are doing… This is a dangerous game to play.

  • 156. Frieda Dietrich  |  June 10, 2008 at 10:58 pm

    Thank you Governor Ted Strickland for standing up and saying “NO” to Obama.

    Governor Ted Strickland of Ohio said no to Obama and has asked that his name be removed from BHO’s list of potential Vice Presidents.


    Ted Strickland, Governor
    Riffe Center, 30th Floor
    77 South High Street
    Columbus, OH 43215-6108


    General Info: (614) 466-3555
    Fax: (614) 466-9354

    1. – CLINTON
    2. – McCain

  • 157. Susan5  |  June 11, 2008 at 12:16 am

    I’m finally here. I was from the HRC website and found this one there. I won’t go back to the other since it has been hijacked by Obama’s groupies. I am so disgusted with the Democratic Party that could do this to the best person they have and who has worked so many years (and her husband too) for the Dems. If this is how they show loyalty and unity, they can have it. I am now an Independent and hope that the skeletons in Obama’s closet start to shake, rattle and roll very soon. He scares me and I don’t want him running our country. My country’s security and welfare come before a party. I hope Hillary talkes it to Denver. Count me as one of the 18+ million.

  • 158. TS  |  June 11, 2008 at 2:17 am

    How dare the DNC and the superdelegates go against the people’s choice. If they were going to do what they did then why did we all vote. I will in no way vote for Obama. I will vote forMcCain and after his four years in office maybe we’ll finally get the right person in 2012. Hillary in 2012!

  • 159. evelyninwv  |  June 11, 2008 at 4:18 am




  • 160. mary said  |  June 11, 2008 at 5:05 am

    I am with you. I will not vote for Obama and it not that I am a poor loser and will get over. I don’t like him and do not trust him, he bought the DNC,the far left at least and the media except FOX. I will either vote for Hillary or McCain. Most of Americans are in the middle not far left or far right.

  • 161. SolomonNoregon  |  June 11, 2008 at 5:52 am

    I am one of you 18 million voters who voted for Hillary. Also, a Democrat disenfranchised by the DNC. I WILL NEVER VOTE FOR OBAMA who is made up larger than life by the biased media.

    This November, I will not waste my vote. I will vote for Senator McCain.

  • 162. marcia muldoon  |  June 11, 2008 at 8:01 am

    No! I will never vote for Obama because he and his campaign have
    tried to destroy The Clintons by accusing them of racism. Camp Obama, also,
    used sexist attacks on Hillary to marginalize and demean her. Obama’s
    surrogates and the media attacked Hillary Clinton with biased commentary

    This woman will not come back to the Democratic party in November.

  • 163. Tracy  |  June 11, 2008 at 1:21 pm

    Count me in. I’ll only vote Hillary for President.

  • 164. Chloe Marchese  |  June 11, 2008 at 2:53 pm

    Count me in!!!! Hillary for President any way any how!!! I will support all efforts for her nomination.
    If she is not on the ballot as president I will vote for McCain. That is to ensure one vote against Obama and the DNC.

  • 165. Karen  |  June 11, 2008 at 2:55 pm

    I am so glad I found this site. It is so refreshing to see a group of intelligent people together for the same cause. I want my vote to count. I want our democracy back. Let’s group together and vote all those Politicians who refused to recognize our vote out of office. It is time for a major replacement of elected officials who don’t vote what their citizen’s request. I am tired of being told what to do by people who work for me. It is time to say, you’re fired.

  • 166. Leisa  |  June 11, 2008 at 3:14 pm

    Count me in as well as my husband. Obama will never get my vote or support for any office. I will not hire an unqualified person that has questionable associates and has friends that act like thugs.

    The way his campaign fueled Hillary hate and sexism is unacceptable. This man is not POTUS material… He is not even congressional material.

  • 167. Deanna  |  June 11, 2008 at 4:04 pm

    I will only support Hillary. What has been done to her is unforgivable!!!

  • 168. Dorothy  |  June 11, 2008 at 4:41 pm

    I never could nor will support the DNC’s choice of the Obamas. The Obamas represent a marxist life style othat contributes only to radical activism. So NEVER. I neither trust nor like their behaviors.

  • 169. jennifer  |  June 11, 2008 at 6:07 pm

    Count me in, too! I refuse to participate in the DNC’s twisted charade. The DNC is an embarrassment. Their actions, justifications and lies are just as bad as Bush’s. In fact, they mimic his administration’s way of doing things. Some change.

  • 170. macjen  |  June 11, 2008 at 6:55 pm

    Many NM public officials have said Bill Richardson is a drunk who pays a guy specifically to keep track of the shoes he loses when he gets drunk at night and takes them off. He’s also an adulterer who took a girlfriend to Vegas a few weeks ago. There’s some credibility for you.

    All the Santa Fe judges and lawyers know about him. In fact, he’s a joke among the bailiffs and public defenders in the courts of Santa Fe.

  • 171. emb  |  June 11, 2008 at 7:40 pm

    I hope my one vote will get in the 270th electoral vote that McCain needed to win. May justice prevail in November.

  • 172. Andrea  |  June 11, 2008 at 9:59 pm

    Can I come, too? I’m an Independent who’ll stick by her and so will my daughter, the Dem.
    I was appalled at the way she was treated. No other candidate has been put through that.
    Yet, they couldn’t break her. What a fighter she is. Now it’s time for us to fight for HILLARY.

    With pleasure!

    If not Hillary, then McCain.

  • 173. catherine  |  June 12, 2008 at 2:00 am

    I am a fully committed Hillary supporter and under no circumstances will vote for Obama. I believe Obama was selected by the DNC and not elected. I believe he is the LEAST qualified candidate running this whole primary season.Richardson, Donn, Biden, Edwards, and especially Hillary Clinton. were ALL more qualified. I also believe Hillary was treated like trash by the MSM that call themselves journalists (yellow journalists maybe) including CNN and MSNBC and with total disregard and disrespect by Obama and the DNC. No one in the leadership of her party, including Ms. Donna Brazile, found or voiced any objection to the negative and/or sexist comments repeatedly made against her by Jack Cafferty, Chris Mathews, Tim Russert, Keith O, and even some females on both CNN and NBC especially Andrea Mitchell all throughout the primary season. It brought back painful memories of how the republicans and supreme court treated Al Gore. Unfortunately for our nation, we now know, Al Gore and Hillary Clinton would make outstanding leaders. I also will not give the DNC a single penny even though together my husband and I make a very good wage. If they get any money from us it will be half a check to represent half the votes they gave Hillary in Florida. My husband and I are Americans who are outraged by what has become of our party and media. We know the DNC wanted Obama because he brought in more money regardless of his qualifications for the job. As far as we are concerned, there will be NO party unity. We will not be lead by their stinking nose to support the least qualified candidate for the job even though “Oprah” sus to. For a variety of reasons including seeing his lack of depth on the issues and observing the menors he has supported and respected his whole life, we have great fear for our nation should it be lead by Obama. We further believe progress in ending the war and dealing with some of our most pressing issues including health care and immigration would be alot slower than it could be with McCain. Right now we are disenfranchised and very worried Americans who may be looking for property where we we can spend some of our time overseas just to get away from the American media and government. We had hope with Hillary. It was taken away from us. All 18 million of us.

  • 174. Carol 17  |  June 12, 2008 at 4:25 am

    I’m in. I will not be held as a polical hostage by the DNC who takes my vote for granted. A vote for Obama is a a vote against women’s rights, a free pass for the DNC, and signal to the media that is okay to mistreat women.

  • 175. Naomi Rustomjee  |  June 12, 2008 at 5:28 am

    Please count me in. I would no more chew off my left arm than vote for Obama, that usurper, faker, narcissistic, sexist pig.

  • 176. Illinois Voter  |  June 12, 2008 at 6:04 am

    I am one of the 18 million Senator Hillary Clinton supporters. I know too well about Obama’s “dirty Chicago style politics”. His Senate record is a failure and he has done nothing for his constituents in Illinois.

    I will support Senator Clinton in any cause she endorses, except Obama. I will never vote for Obama. I would prefer to Write-In Hillary Clinton on my ballot, but it appears there are requirements in each state for the candidates to apply to put their names on the ballot. So I will send the DNC a strong message that my vote is mine; and I will use it as I choose. The DNC tried to disenfranchise us, show them we will fight for our voting rights and our country’s security.

    Hillary 2008 or 2012
    McCain 2008

  • 177. Carmine  |  June 12, 2008 at 11:57 am

    Howard Dean’s latest project is to stop a Roll Call at the convention. If he gets his way, Hillary’s name will not be included. Does this mean that she will have to release her pledged delegates? …that 18 million voters will have no voice at the convention? What are the rules? What can we do to help our candidate? If anyone has the facts on convention rules, please reply to this post.

  • 178. Gene Flynn  |  June 12, 2008 at 3:44 pm

    I am soooooooo Glad to find this site and to know that there are millions that saw and DO NOT APPROVE of the way that Sen Clinton was treated in the last few months of the Campaign. I can not remember ever being so hurt and discusted by the Democratic Party. I have been a lifelong Dem but can’t see myself standing quietly by and saying that what they did is okay.
    I am a Proud BLACK Man, and I admire the fact that Obama ran a good campaign but am appalled that he was “Crowned” the Dem Nominee. I don’t think we should GIVE the most powerful Political Position in the world to someone just to make History.
    I will NOT vote for Obama unless I feel that Sen Clinton is treated in a manner worthy of Respect. I don’t know if I’ll vote for McCain or just STAY HOME in Nov but I will NOT be a part of the Scam that we saw right before our eyes.
    Remember – people – Injustice for one is injustice for all!!

  • 179. ron wieczorek  |  June 12, 2008 at 5:16 pm

    count me too!

  • 180. rebecca  |  June 12, 2008 at 5:33 pm

    I’m in. I’m pissed. I won’t forgive.

  • 181. Judy Buffalohead  |  June 12, 2008 at 5:37 pm

    My husband and I will NEVER vote for Obama. Senator Clinton is the only candidate qualified to be president. The DNC is a Judas party and we will be sure to vote against every dem who betrayed Senator Clinton. We will vote McCain without fear of Roe v Wade overturn. 4 years of McCain are far better than 4 minutes of Obama.

  • 182. TJ  |  June 12, 2008 at 6:01 pm

    The “honor” of not voting for the Democratic Party candidate is based on this belief:

    A vote against the Democratic Party candidate is a protest vote and, if you believe that the Democratic Party and the DNC, with full participation of the “free” press in a democracy, violated all tenets of a democracy in the management of this primary election, which many do, then, as a citizen, one may argue that you have a moral and civic responsibility to protest. That is something I will do.

    There are many facts to substantiate the belief that the electoral process was not done with “clean hands”. There are those of us who are more concerned and, perhaps, fearful, that this “new style politics” may be harmful if swallowed. Even in victory, the Obama supporters are full of hate and intolerance. The DNC is unyielding in facing the reality that many “former Democrats” will not tow the party line, as though in a socialist or dictatorship.

    We may not be able to do much, but we can vote however we choose to vote, as our civic duty. There is not much more in the way of insults and slurs that can be attatched to us. They have said it all. The next wave may be public riots and suppression of thought. I have already received an email from an Obama supporter who probably received my email info, address, et al, from the Clinton campaign for donors. It was full of hate and fear mongering. I replied, No thank you, and requested not to be contacted again. Amazingly, I received a RESPONSE, telling me that the solicitor was “a true Democrat. Go ahead and join the morally and intellectually bankrupt Republican Party.”

    Even if I had a tiny inkling of reconsidering this candidate, it would be completely dispelled by the ongoing campaign of Hope fueled by Hate. I can vote, in protest, because it is my duty and my choice and I can do so with a clear conscience, for whatever worth is assigned to it when they talley up the votes. I will not be suppressed and/or intimidated. I keep my doors locked, my alarm system on, and will be very vigilant over what passes through my e-mail box, using the Block Sender whenever I choose. I intend to leave my Hillary sign on my front door and my bumper sticker on my car. They may believe they have me “doing what Hillary told you to do”, as they said in the email.

  • 183. TJ  |  June 12, 2008 at 6:30 pm

    Please reconsider the option of “not voting at all”.

    I think it is more effective to vote, but, not for the Democratic candidate.

    If you simply cannot vote for McCain, either, consider Ron Paul, who I believe will still be on the ballot. I have perused his web site. He is against the war and pledging to bring the troops home. He has not made any sexist statements. He addresses the issue of economy. He is an OB/GYN physician, I believe retired?, in Texas and is, or was, ? a Republican state Congressman. He does not have the millions of dollars to campaign, and I consider that a big plus! Go to his website and read his positions.

    It may be the lesser of two evils and if enough voters find him more palatable, it can make a significant difference, though not a victorious one. I met some of his supporters on primary election day when I was working for Hillary. They were young adults, quietly respectful, articulate, knowledgeable, and very committed to his candidacy, though they knew he would not prevail. I am thinking of casting my vote for him or for McCain.

    The strategy is to protest vote. Not voting at all will likely be not a factor in the final consideration; it just reduces the margin of the voting pool. Vote against, somehow. I am also going to vote Republican straight down the ticket….4 years is not a long time, considering the side effects of swallowing something harmful….

    Can someone speak to the advantage or disadvantage of voting for a third individual, i.e., will it significantly impact a Protest Movement or is it better to vote in large numbers for the main “opposition” candidate? Will voting for Ron Paul just dilute the pool and not result in any kind of victory that we are desiring, as in the Ralph Nader fiasco? If that will be the case, I can hold my nose and vote McCain. Hillary will be in the Senate and they work well together. I think he will, at least, listen to others, which Bushey did/does not.

  • 184. TJ  |  June 12, 2008 at 6:45 pm

    Just a little something more…..

    I thought I would retire from this political scene with the confirmation of Obama as the nominee, I was so disgusted.

    Then, I remembered: I, too, am in this and I am in it to win! I just never thought that “winning” would end up in “losing”. So, for me, a “win” in November will be the loss of the election for the Democratic Party. Straight ticket vote!

  • 185. Mary in Va. Beach  |  June 12, 2008 at 7:45 pm

    I just recv’d the e-mail! I am so glad to see hope again. I am one of the 18 million! Count me in!

  • 186. Mary Beth  |  June 12, 2008 at 7:46 pm

    Yes, I’m one of your 18 million, and I will not fall in line, because Hillary or anyone else who says so!! I’m sorry Hillary, I know you have to, because you’re committed and loyal. I respect that from you and you have thicker skin than I could ever have.

    That said, I have been with this Party forever and I’ve seen election after election taken away from us . I use to think it was because the Republicans were just better at campaigning, aand had more money than the Dem. Party. Well that’s true, they do have more money, and if their candidate wins a Primary, he WINS!~! Makes sense doesn’t it. What a concept!!!


    So what happened? Here’s a person, who has given her whole political life to the service of the DP. She has fought for 40 years for the ideals and what the DP has always stood for. How was she rewarded? Well, we know how, all of the world knows!! I don’t want to write about it again.

    So when the Democratic Party come asking for donations, and to fall in line and support this Party, withoiut looking back….well I can’t. The Party has disenfrancised us and dismissed us as sore heads. They have said we will come back into the fold eventually.. and that they don’t need us..Well you now have a cash cow, a man with no qualifications, who flip flops everytime he speaks, and thanks to CNN, MSNBC, FOX.NBC and CNBC, and you DNC now.. have your man.!!

  • 187. Susan Mitchell  |  June 12, 2008 at 10:12 pm

    It did not take my comment. REVISED!!!
    I will only vote for HILLARY. I have given up on the DNC. Should have said NO way arrogant Obama

  • 188. saren  |  June 12, 2008 at 11:50 pm

    After almost 40 years of being a loyal Democrat, I have change my part to Independent.
    I have done this for several reasons.
    I live in Florida and first my vote did not count, then May 31st the RBC decided it was worth half. NO WAY.
    Hillary was treated with total disrespect by the “media”, sexism and misogyny bound. No one at the DNC came to her defense. If racism had been used against BO, there would have been riots in the streets. When Hillary was called a b*tch, wh*re, and c*nt, not one single person came to her defense, If Cafferty of CNN had read emails calling BO a n**ger, the DNC would have called for his resignation, but sexism & misogyny is okay by Howard Dean.

    I mailed the DNC a copy of my change of party affiliation along with my old registration (cut into pieces) and a note telling them not to count on my vote in November, do not count on my money and “kiss my grits”.

    We must remain united in order to defeat BO.

  • 189. Karen  |  June 13, 2008 at 1:21 am

    Hillary Clinton is the most qualified of all the candidates! Go to and sign the petition titled “WRITE-IN HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT”. We need 18 MILLION signatures!

  • 190. barb  |  June 13, 2008 at 2:43 am

    count me in with the 18 million HRC supporters. I feel like the host of the party the day after the celebration…..the ballons are deflated and lying on the ground and everyone has gone home. There is a post-Hillary for President melancholy that I think we all feel. Where is our great leader..HRC? We need her. I hate watching the talking heads…it’s boring….Obama…so who cares about what his views are on any subject! I need to feel excited again about a political candidate….McCain is the only left. But I miss my fearless and strong role model…Hillary Rodham Clinton.

  • 191. Roberta  |  June 13, 2008 at 2:50 am

    I just went to, waded through the “support my opponent”
    garbage and made my “every two week” donation to Hillary’s campaign. I was
    thinking to myself, “A lot of good my donation is going to make now.”

    Then, I thought…what if 18 million people STOOD STRONG FOR HILLARY and
    made a contribution of $5.00 each? Do you see where this is going….?

    Don’t let Hillary be held hostage by the DNC or anyone else because of
    campaign debt. Let’s free her up so that she can go to the Convention in
    Denver with even more bargaining power. Let’s show Hillary and the media
    that WE MEAN BUSINESS when we say Hillary is still our choice for President
    of the United States! We have come through for her every single time she
    has asked and now that she cannot ask us, let’s do it on our own!

    Go to and contribute $5.00. Then forward this to
    every person you can and maybe…by the end of June, WE WILL BE HEARD

    Hillary for President!

    I’m 1 in 18 million standing strong for Hillaryin North Carolina

  • 192. Máire  |  June 13, 2008 at 4:12 am

    I’m writing a blog to document this wonderful, growing movement. Let’s take this digital revolution to the convention and beyond. Put the best candidate in the White House — Hillary Clinton!!

  • 193. RSP  |  June 13, 2008 at 4:45 am

    Hi Folks,

    I saw the writing on the wall about two months ago. I saw how the Democratic Party abandoned their support for Hillary 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 others.

  • 194. Edna San Diego  |  June 13, 2008 at 5:45 am

    It’s been more than a week now after that SADDEST Day in our Lives –June 7, 2008 — when Democracy died!

    We shall continue to support you, Sen. Hillary. I am one in 18 million who love you — and thank you for the courage, passion, the strength in character, the wisdom you have shown us…and will continue to show this country.

    We thank the Heavens that our paths have crossed. That because of you, there are 18 million cracks in that ceiling. But we are standing for you — just as you stood for us — until we finally break that ceiling and put you in the WHITE HOUSE where YOU belong!

    You are the ONE that will lead this nation back to greatness! America needs you, Sen. Hillary!

    With the 18 million calling their congressmen and legislators — the DNC will have to come to its senses soon.


  • 195. john polifronio  |  June 13, 2008 at 6:30 am

    There are two people ruinning for the presidency, that I will not be votiing for: one is McCain, the other is Obama. Hilary’s candidacy was sabotaged. If her campiagn had been derailed by the republiicans, I would not have been surprised. But it was primarily elements in the dem leadership working to destroy her, which completey astonished me. This is the last straw.
    john polifronio

  • 196. pcmck  |  June 13, 2008 at 1:57 pm

    Count me in, I’ll never ever vote for Obama.

  • 197. Ann  |  June 13, 2008 at 6:46 pm

    I’m in. I won’t vote for Obama. In the beginning Ann Coulter compared him to Hitler. At the time, I couldn’t see what she was talking about. Now, with what the DNC did, what the media did, and the way his supporters act, I can see it. This is exactly how he came to power.

    I don’t know about you all, but it scares me. We 18 million NEED to stick together and CONTINUE TO STICK TOGETHER UNTIL NOVEMBER!!!!

  • 198. Liz  |  June 13, 2008 at 6:50 pm

    I find it laughable that the Obama Campaign does not like Fox News challenging him or his wife on their words. The more they complain about the treatment the Republican’s are giving them, and from my viewpoint, the treatment has been mild in comparison to what Sen. Clinton went through, I just can’t help myself, the words, “CHICKENS COMING HOME TO ROOST” come to mind…..along with, “WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND.” These two can’t be for real, but unfortunately they are real, a real threat to Democracy.

  • 199. Lisa  |  June 13, 2008 at 10:14 pm

    I cried during her forced exit speech, and thought I was all alone in my desire to fight on. I found JUST SAY NO DEAL .COM 2 days ago, and the minute I read “If you thought you were alone you were wrong” I cried again! Just like Hillary will always be on our side- we will always stand together. Together we can do this- I have faith!

  • 200. R.T.  |  June 13, 2008 at 10:30 pm

    I am a Hillary supporter all the way. I will never vote for Obama.

  • 201. Barb W  |  June 13, 2008 at 10:37 pm

    If you need some more information to keep your resolve alive watch this YouTube…

    It says it all…. NObama ’08

  • 202. Lisa  |  June 14, 2008 at 3:43 am

    Oh my… I think Obama might self combust soon anyway. Have you seen the latest on Hillbuzz? Israeli News has an article from Obama’s half brother in Africa who says without a doubt that Obama was born and raised Muslim. Which might have been no big deal for him IF HE HADN’T FLAT OUT LIED ABOUT IT! I guess he better include his brother on his stop the smear website ? ( I am not saying there is anything wrong with being born and raised a Muslim- but he keeps lying and lying and lying….)

  • 203. Ralph  |  June 14, 2008 at 6:40 am

    Just signed up. No vote for Obama, no vote for McCain, write in for Hillary in 2008, vote for Hillary in 2012

  • 204. TJ  |  June 14, 2008 at 7:14 am

    I am finding this “campaign” very boring. It is because it is so “hum drum”. There is no “fire in the belly” in either candidate. No intelligent discourse on the multitude and gravity of the issues. No proposals, no Solutions for America! It is back to the old male-style politico campaign, one of ego and self service and entitlement. I never noticed it before, but, having a strong and smart capable, knowledgeable woman has shown at least that difference: males do approach this presidency as if they are bucking for the big, front office with window and private restroom, and a sign on the door. All of those THINGS that were said about Hillary is really what THEY are about, after all! And yet, they behave the way women are said to behave: petty, catty, sarcastic, nagging—they are doing all of that themselves. To think that they are asking for our hard earned money to enable all of this nonsense! Sure. After we pay $4.00 a gallon for gasoline so we can go to work; $1.29 lb for tomatoes that will give us salmonella; treat our ailments with over the counter until they don’t work anymore and then have to pay 3x more for treatment of complications when we finally do go to the MD or hospital because we couldn’t catch it earlier because we don’t have preventative care with Universal coverage, just for starters. I am not anti male. I have two grown sons who are pretty good fathers and husbands and, of course, they could be more attentive to their mother, and 3 really neat grandsons whom I adore and a grandaughter who went with me to Hillary’s ralley and breakfast in San Antonio. It’s just that, having seen what the right woman could do and bring to the office, it is very hard to take the same old same old. It is boring.

  • 205. Lisa  |  June 14, 2008 at 2:54 pm

    C’MON PEOPLE!! There should be more entries by now! Should be to a thousand by now! email this to your friends and family and include the website in your blog commentary and youtube comments. We don’t have much time to make a difference.

  • 206. spsuzee  |  June 15, 2008 at 12:25 am

    We will not be silenced. The DNC cannot simply pretend we don’t exist. What has happened in this campaign has been a travesty, nothing less than a coup;No Obama, no way! a grand design to steal the nomination from Hillary. The news that Obama is moving the DNC to Chicago does not surprize me. But it does scare me.
    While the vast majority of Democrats seem to have been hypnotized, we cannot let our guard down.

  • 207. lenora shrewsbury  |  June 15, 2008 at 2:22 am

    Notice the Elephant in the Democratic Party’s Room! Women struggled to get the right to vote & now many Americans are struggling to put Hillary in the White House because she is the best qualified to be President NOW!

  • 208. lenora shrewsbury  |  June 15, 2008 at 2:25 am

    Notice the Elephant in the Democratic Party’s Room! Women struggled to get the right
    to vote & now many Americans are struggling to get the first woman in the White House
    because she is the best qualified person in this Election!

  • 209. Ralph  |  June 15, 2008 at 5:21 am

    As for me and my house we will: not vote for Obama, not vote for McCain, write in Hillary Clinton in 2008 if she does not get the nomination, and vote for Hillary Clinton in 2012

  • 210. Ralph  |  June 15, 2008 at 5:29 am

    My wife and I are in our 80s and want to do all we can to show appreciation for Hillary Clinton’s efforts – we want to help pay off her campaign debt. So, listen up, with the theme of “One in 18 Million for Hillary” we encourage all 18 million who voted for her (plus others who wished they had) to send a check for $1 (or more) for the her campaign to HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT, PO BOX 1781, MERRIFIELD, VA 22116-9965. In the “for” space write “I’m one in 18 Million for Hillary”. You can also contribute by going to HILLARYCLINTON.COM. Thanks so much!

  • 211. anonymous  |  June 15, 2008 at 7:59 am

    My family and I are with Hillary and President Clinton forever. We have 4 people in my house plus some of our friends–don’t know how many. HILLARY OR JOHNNY BOY McCain!!!


  • 212. Robin  |  June 15, 2008 at 10:16 pm

    100% for Hillary. Nobama. Will vote for McCain for a vote against Snobama. His friends are crooks, communists, socialists. I do not understand why people don’t see him for what he is. Empty suit, bought and paid for.

  • 213. Sam  |  June 15, 2008 at 11:41 pm

    You can’t write in Hillary’s name in November!!!Please do not do that. That will just give the vote to Obama. If you want to make sure Obama doesn’t get elected then, vote for McCain..I know that you would hard to do but we must make certain Obama doesn’t get it. He is a dangerous man and he is methodically undermining our democracy!

  • 214. A Horner  |  June 15, 2008 at 11:56 pm

    I am one of the 18 million, still angry, still won’t vote for Obama. We need to stick together, and call the superdelegates!!

  • 215. A Horner  |  June 15, 2008 at 11:56 pm

    I am one of the 18 million, still angry, still won’t vote for Obama. We need to stick together, and call the superdelegates!!

  • 216. Doris  |  June 16, 2008 at 3:22 am

    Another of the 18 million.

    NoBama, No Way.

    Hillary or McCain ’08.

  • 217. carr50  |  June 16, 2008 at 3:23 am

    Count me in as one of the 18 million strong who support Hillary for POTUS. Also count in my husband and both of our sons. If she does not somehow prevail in August, I will vote McCain. While I disagree with him on many issues, at least he is a proud American. The last thing we need is another spoiled brat that has no idea what he is doing.

  • 218. Luke & Carol  |  June 16, 2008 at 4:45 am

    “No self respecting woman should wish or work for the success of a party that ignores her” -Susan B Anthony, 1872.

    Count us in as two of the 18 million plus who support HRC as our only Democratic choice.

    1- HRC
    2- MCCAIN

  • 219. DJ  |  June 16, 2008 at 6:57 am



  • 220. Robin  |  June 17, 2008 at 1:12 am

    Count me in—I don’t want to put my favorite causes (environment, war)by voting Republican but cannot vote for Obama after all the ridicule of Hillary that has taken place by the DNC and the media. The whole thing is very depressing.

  • 221. TJ  |  June 17, 2008 at 5:11 am

    Sam is 100% correct.
    DO NOT WRITE IN Hillary in Nov election.
    The vote may count for Obama and, furthermore, after all we have witnessed and all we are hearing now about manipulation, we know that the ONLY SURE ABSOLUTE WAY TO VOTE AGAINST OBAMA IS TO VOTE Republican. 4 more years and it will not be exactly like Bush’s Administration. 4 more years cannot be as bad as what people are suspecting with the Democratic nominee in office.

    Also, did you hear that Patti Solis Doyle has been hired on to Obama campaign staff as chief of staff to the VP candidate? The consensus of the press and pundits is that this moves confirms that Hillary is NOT on the short list for VP. Some pundits are actually saying it was a “dumb” thing to do, and a “dirty” thing to do.

    Now, do NOT write her in; you will be sabotaging yourself. Vote Republican, straight ticket.

  • 222. BJ  |  June 17, 2008 at 7:16 am

    Nobama Ever! I’m marching with 18 million strong to Denver. My voice is going to be heard. This time I’ll be screaming at the top of my lungs…with 18 million strong. March with me….Arkansas

  • 223. DJ  |  June 17, 2008 at 10:02 am

    It is time for some creative fun! I found this on YOUTUBE. Look at the video of the Apprentice. You get to play Donald Trump and you are firing John Dean. After you watch the video you will see a link in the column across from the screen to your right. It will tell you about the contest. Who ever writes the best “YOU’RE FIRED” letter to Dean wins a nice prize….The letters will be printed and sent to Dean but names won’t be given to him….WON’T THIS BE FUN!!!!

  • 224. Judy K  |  June 17, 2008 at 2:33 pm

    Being from Palm Beach County in FL, home of the stolen election, it is a disgrace that now our party has stolen our votes. I also wonder if it’s Oprah that controlled much of the media. Late night always hacked away at Hillary and McCain, but NEVER mentions OB. This seems like such a setup. It is Hillary’s time now, OB is not experienced enough.
    We will be voting for MCCain if there is no Hillary. And all other races in our area will have a protest vote also.

  • 225. krist  |  June 17, 2008 at 3:38 pm

    We miss Hillary. Obama and McCain are the biggest jokers. They know virtually nothing about the economy. Obama’s campaign is getting scarier with every passing day. Please unsuspend your campaign and start campaigning! Yes We Can!!!!!!!!

  • 226. AB  |  June 17, 2008 at 4:48 pm

    I’m in! Oh, and by making Patti Solis Doyle Chief of Staff of the not yet picked Vice President effectively tells – the 18+million strong – that Hillary will not be the Vice President. Have we been slapped and kicked enough yet?

  • 227. JANNIE  |  June 17, 2008 at 5:08 pm

    HILLARY 08, NOBAMA! I no longer watch NBC or its affiliates because they promote NOBAMA, PUMA!

  • 228. sheltiemom  |  June 17, 2008 at 8:38 pm

    Under NO circumstances will I vote OBAMA. His has been the most atrocious campaign I’ve ever witnessed in 50 years of voting. As a Clintonian Democrat, not a Obama/Dean/Pelosi/Kennedy, et al. democrat, I AM one of the 18 million who’ll stand strong for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.

  • 229. rose  |  June 17, 2008 at 9:34 pm

    I’m here. Feeling as angry, fed up and frustrated as everyone else. Left the party and re-registered as an Independent. Will under no circumstances vote for Obama in November. Have come around to realize that the question for me boils down to which candidate scares me more: Obama or McCain. The answer is: Obama. Therefore, as of today, I’m working to help get McCain elected. It will be the first time in my life (and I’m an aging baby boomer) that I will vote Republican. Meanwhile, i continue to visit pro-Hillary sites and hope and pray something big can get organized for the convention. Not sure. There are so many groups and sites it’s hard to see how it can come together in a unified way that is significant in size. But, let’s keep working, hoping and staying connected.

  • 230. solid4hill  |  June 17, 2008 at 9:46 pm

    Count me in as one of the 18 Million strong. I cannot believe that so many have fallen for the hype of BO. This country is at such a critical crossroads on every front, economic, internationally, socially–and people are treating the election as though it is an episode of American Idol; even though there are people with more talent, folks vote for the one with the pretty smile or hair or whatever. BO is the Sanjaya of politics and the stakes are too high to trust this untried, untested, unproven novice in the most powerful position in this country. Go ahead, hold your noses and vote for Mccain. With a democrat congress, he will be held in check. Besides, he is certainly more qualified than the other guy.

  • 231. DJ  |  June 17, 2008 at 9:55 pm

    THIS was on…it will tell you what Obama really feels about the people

    GO to for MUCH more on Obama………….Get the word out…tell everyone you know to send all of this too as many people as they can!!!

  • 232. ralph  |  June 17, 2008 at 10:43 pm

    Please count me in. My family and i have been democrats all our lives. We will vote for hillary or strait republican in the fall. why would anybody vote for a man who hates america and all of the people in it and all it stands for. obama will destroy america hillary and the clintons are true americans everybody had better wake up especially the super delegates and go with the will of the people and the popular vote and elect a true american hillary clinton ralph from west virginia

  • 233. SBvoter  |  June 17, 2008 at 11:22 pm

    Thank God i’m not alone. I too will not be told what to do by the DNC.
    they sent me an email telling me to give money and support Obama.
    I wrote back and told them to take me off their mailng list. Do they think that we will forget how we were discounted. I for one will never vote for him. count me in as one of the 18 million

  • 234. Shelly  |  June 18, 2008 at 2:42 am

    I am still here! My heart is still with Hillary the most qualified candidate. NOBAMA can hold his young confused ivy league breath.

    He will not win. He is corrupt and racist. And everybody knows..

    even the obamatrons.. that is why they are still on payroll..

  • 235. star2488  |  June 18, 2008 at 9:05 am

    Count me in the 18 million. I actually voted in the Super Tuesday primary for Obama. I drank the kool-aid and have a horrible, horrible hang over.

    I wish I could have my vote back. He surrounds himself with thugs, terrorists, racists, and unethical people. I wish I would have voted for the most qualified candidate (Hillary) and not for all of this “hope” and “change” BS.

    You are the company you keep,

    Hillary or McCain 08

  • 236. OC Nurse  |  June 18, 2008 at 12:50 pm

    Just found the site. Please count me in. Never voting for OB. I am now a new Rep. and will be voting McCain unless I see Hillary’s name somewhere on my ballet.

  • 237. Deborah in NC  |  June 18, 2008 at 1:03 pm

    No, we won’t!

    Count me out for the Big Zero-a fraud, a sham, a media golem. Not to mention a disaster in the making for this country.

    I’m now unaffiliated with any political party. The DNC told me that I was neither needed nor wanted.

  • 238. Jacqueline R.  |  June 18, 2008 at 4:21 pm

    I am with you ALL THE WAY! NEVER NEVER OBAMA !

  • 239. TEXAS4HILLARY  |  June 18, 2008 at 6:15 pm



  • 240. DJ  |  June 18, 2008 at 7:25 pm


    GO TO:

  • 241. Robin  |  June 19, 2008 at 12:36 am

    Am willing to donate for the Chicago Sun Times ad but can someone verify that the sponsors are really who they say they are? thanks

  • 242. DJ  |  June 19, 2008 at 2:22 am

    Go to …… sign petition in favor of drilling oil of coast

  • 243. Today  |  June 19, 2008 at 3:44 am

    Only Hillary can lead this country into better days … Only Hillary has the integrity and strength we can believe in…only Hillary has the intelligence and depth of character to be a world leader. Only Hillary has my vote! United through it all … NO DEAL! NoBAMA…not EVER!

  • 244. no_ussa  |  June 19, 2008 at 8:51 am

    Count me in. Obama the inexperienced will not get my vote.
    The Democratic party is over.

  • 245. GirlPower  |  June 19, 2008 at 7:34 pm

    Count me in as one of the 18 Million who will stand tall for Sen. Clinton. I’m from Dean’s state and am proud to report that I will not be supporting Dean’s selected candidate in November.

  • 246. DJ  |  June 20, 2008 at 3:00 am

    It seems the Canadian press has figured out what Obama is all about. And it sure does not give a great impression of what the Democratic Party has become, and to be truthful it is actually scary. I do not want to vote straight Republican as there is good and bad in all parties, but when I read stuff like this I am more convinced we have to clean house. Getting rid of Obama will not be enough because they will just find someone to take his place. I want to ask all of you to look at your Senators and Congressmen, see what they have voted on or voted for. I think we should compile a list of the GOOD guys and one for the bad guys. I think the decision of what is good and what is bad should be based on how they are voting on the economic future of our country…is anyone willing to help put a list together. If you are, then we could all basically vote on the list and then once the list is done we could start a campaign against the bad ones too. Here is the article from the Canadian press…I found this at the


  • 247. Annie Em  |  June 20, 2008 at 9:57 pm

    I’m in. I will probably vote McCain and down-ticket Repubs as well, given my disgust with the DNC.

  • 248. dawn28  |  June 20, 2008 at 10:47 pm

    count me in too!

  • 249. R.T.  |  June 20, 2008 at 10:54 pm

    I will never vote for Obama. I’m in!

  • 250. FRANCINE DONAHUE  |  June 20, 2008 at 10:54 pm





  • 251. Let it Rain McCain  |  June 20, 2008 at 11:57 pm

    Count me in!
    Hillary starts campaigning with Obama as of today – AND WE KNOW SHE’S HATING IT! David Axlerod stated today “the rest of her supporters will come around – just give it a few days”. LOL LOL LOL! All of our groups are working – BO and his crooked friends are scared!!!

  • 252. Let it Rain McCain  |  June 21, 2008 at 12:22 am

    Robin (Post #241) – please visit the following site for clarification on Ed Hale, web owner for Hillary Clinton Supporters for John McCain. You will find yourself well-supported and can see the ad.

  • 253. Edna, San Diego  |  June 21, 2008 at 12:35 am

    Please CALL OFF Suspension of your CANDIDACY!

    Get back into the RACE, SEN. HILLARY! 18 Million strong and more are here waiting for you.

    America needs you. These two boys do not really know what they are doing — especially this OBAMAboy. All he and his cronies specialize on are how to STEAL the voice of 18 million intelligent and honest voters!

    CALL OFF this Suspension! We want you back in the race, Sen. Hilary. We will be at the Convention. The Superdelegates will have come to their senses by then. You will have to be the nominee for the DNC to win — and not their anointed presumptuous boy who stole our votes.

    Hail Madame President Hillary Clinton!

    I used to sign my name “sandiegosmiling”. On June 7th, when Democracy died, I am one in 18 mill who are heartbroken. Can no longer sign “smiling” after my name.

    Respectfully yours,

    Edna from San Diego

    a REVOLUTION from the 18 MILLION Hillary Believers is taking place….and we shall explode at the Convention!

  • 254. yvonne  |  June 21, 2008 at 2:59 am

    I am a Super Loyal Democrat and I have chosen to endorse Hillary Clinton for president. Between now and the Convention in August, I can change my mind and pledge my vote to John McCain. It all depends on what happens between now and August.

    Stand firm!
    We shall not be moved!
    I found this video on youtube, check it out.

  • 255. mkreyns  |  June 21, 2008 at 3:46 am

    I am one of the 18 million who is outraged at this takeover of the primary election. We need to stay united and focused on Hillary being our POTUS. It is never right to force a candidate out of the race as Hillary was continually under pressure to do.

  • 256. MARJORIE  |  June 21, 2008 at 4:16 am

    Angry White Woman

    Hate to tell you this ,but there are millions of us who have fled the Democratic Party for any other party we can find that might remotely reflect our political beliefs(but not usually the Republicans)Take this any way you wish,but the truth is that Hillary Clinton WON the nomination,she WON the popular vote,the electoral vote,and had the largest amount of votes ever in any election.The DNC decided to fulfill it’s own agenda,despite the wishes of the voters,I will never again be a Democrat,but will vote for Hillary in any election regardless of her party.There were 18 million plus of us who chose her to represent us and to have a room of party hacks and a bitter presidential bid loser (Dean) tell us that we were mistaken,gave votes to the pretender and sabotaged Florida and Michigan(and not the other upstart states) Is criminal at best.HOW DARE THEY!!!!! YES we are VERY ANGRY and rightfully so,AREN”T YOU? VOTE for McCain,NEVER!

  • 257. Kathleen  |  June 21, 2008 at 5:00 am

    I will NEVER vote for Obama. We must make sure Hillary’s name is on the ballot at the convention. The DNC and Obama are so afraid she can still win – and WE KNOW she can! Count me in!

  • 258. Nina  |  June 21, 2008 at 5:33 am

    My husband and I are both supporters of Hillary. We will not vote for Obama. Count us in…

  • 259. Cassandra  |  June 21, 2008 at 7:26 am

    It seems as if people see us as a group of “spoiled brats” who are throwing a “tantrum’ because we didn’t get our way and that we are being disloyal because we have chosen to not follow the Party line. Guess what, we don’t need the Party to tell us what to think. I hold my loyalty to America above my loyalty to any political party. Even without the rigged election and the DNC’s blatant removal of Hillary as a candidate I would have never voted for Obama. As soon as Rev. Wright, et al slithered out of the woodwork I knew that I would never vote for Obama. I truly believe that Obama is everything that his 20 year association with Trinity UCC implies. His loyalties do not lies with America or with the American people. He talks about the welfare of the American people, but he promotes an $845 billion foreign aid giveaway to be paid for with taxpayer money and rumor has it that it will be another tax on fossil fuels. Up to another dollar per gallon for gasoline and the passthrough from producing and transporting everything including food. All of this will fall hardest on those who can afford it the least. Is his slogan Change you can count on or all that you will have left to count is change after I get thorugh with you.? No, thank you, OBAMA IS CHANGE WE CAN’T AFFORD.

    Any Boby but Obama

  • 260. Kactus-Kat  |  June 21, 2008 at 7:44 am

    I am one of the 18 million voters who continue to support HILLARY CLINTON for the president of the USA! I will be penciling in her name on my ballot this November! She *IS* the best candidate for the job.

    Why do we have to accept anything BUT the best candidate????

  • 261. 25 Years Old & Backing HILLARY!!!  |  June 21, 2008 at 7:48 am

    It’s wrong to think that everyone in my generation is for Obama! We already understand the major issues that confront our generation…as well as those in their 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and beyond! We’re in this together, and we’re ready to stand up strong and proud – for “OUR” favorite candidate, Hillary Clinton!

  • 262. Kathy & Dave H. - Arizona  |  June 21, 2008 at 7:50 am

    We both will be penciling in our vote for HILLARY CLINTON in November!

  • 263. Jen  |  June 21, 2008 at 11:16 am

    What happened to Hillary is treacherous and the way the Democratic party has handled this election process is despicable. There is no difference between elected Republicans and Democrats– they all want the same thing: power and money. When given those things, they become corrupt and slimy bastards that could honestly care less about the American people. They are only interested in gaining more power, no matter the means.

    There are so many former Hillary supporters that say they will vote for John McCain and it turns my stomach. Please don’t become another one! Even though I don’t like Barack Obama, the worst thing we could do is elect McCain. He will only continue Bush policies and when he appoints Supreme Court justices, we will all be screwed. The balance of power will be tipped even more in favor of conservatives. It is a dangerous game to use your vote to protest the DNC. I’m not happy with the DNC either, but I at least have the common sense to know my vote will go behind a candidate that is very similar to Hillary.

    Sometimes we don’t get our way and the game is very dirty, but you have to choose the lesser of two evils, and that is Obama. Unless Hillary runs as an Independent, I will be supporting Barack Obama and you should do the same if you REALLY care about your country.

  • 264. dori  |  June 21, 2008 at 2:10 pm

    Really wanted her in don’t trust obama

  • 265. Kristi K  |  June 21, 2008 at 2:35 pm

    Yes, I want Hillary Clinton to fight this injustice all the way to Denver.

  • 266. taylorgrob  |  June 21, 2008 at 4:20 pm

    Just found you. Yes I am one of the 18 Million that will not be voting for Obama.

  • 267. cleffnote  |  June 21, 2008 at 4:43 pm

    1 of 18 million here. Nobama, Notime, Noway. Hillary all the way, on to Denver.

  • 268. Mary Beth  |  June 21, 2008 at 5:32 pm

    I too, am one of the 18 million, who will not be voting for Obama, no way, no how, no time!!
    This man is a man, we know little about, and the more that comes to light , is more disturbing than ANYTHING we know about McCain. I’m not sure what I’m going to end up doing come election time, if Hillary is not there to fight, but I do know BO will not be getting my vote. This man is scarry, because of the company he keeps and the millions and millions of unclean money he’s able to raise. Besides, he talks out of both sides of his mouth at once…

  • 269. Sherry  |  June 21, 2008 at 5:48 pm

    I am one of 18 Million strong and so is my husband and 2 daughters and my best friend. Since May 31st when the DNC gave Obama the delegates from MI and on top of that gave him 4 of Hillary’s delegates I will REMEMBER. I am proud to be from IA and we will be a swing state also. I will be pulling that lever for John McCain and encouraging everyone I know to do the same. I will not tolerate a person to become president that has been shoved down our throats and manufactured right before our eyes.
    What was done to Hillary is unacceptable and will go down in History as one of the worst blunders by the Democratic Party ever. I and my family have changed from Democrats to Independents and recieved our new voter’s registration last week. I am happy to join the 18 million Hillary supporters that will not be voting for no name.

  • 270. courageousfemme  |  June 21, 2008 at 5:55 pm

    We are college educated Latte’ Liberals that under no Circumstances will vote for Obama/Mobster REZKO/ racist WRIGHT/ &Company.
    The Media will not tell me what to do. I will not be Brain washed by 60second clips. I will not line up and do what the DNC says. Votes must be fairly counted. Elections should not be rigged.
    Our Hearts Belongs with Hillary and our Votes will be with McCain.

  • 271. Mary Jo  |  June 21, 2008 at 7:16 pm

    Count me in!! I will not vote for NObama in the GE!! If the most qualified person, Hillary, is not at the top of the Democratic ticket, I will vote for J. McCain. That is a promise!!
    The more that is exposed about Obama, the more embarrassed I am that he is one of my state’s senators in Washington, D.C.!!!

  • 272. mithrandir  |  June 21, 2008 at 7:56 pm

    You can definitely count me in! It makes me sick how the Democratic Party has treaten Hillary and all of her supporters. I will NOT fall in line and be a “good little Democratic”!!!!

  • 273. BJ  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:03 pm


  • 274. Hillmania  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:09 pm

    I just read this on Taylorgrob’s blog. I am one of the 18 million that will NOT fall in line.

  • 275. melinpa  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:15 pm

    Just wanted to add my name to the 18 million who will NOT vote for Obama.

  • 276. Joanne  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:18 pm

    I support Hillary 100% and will never vote for obama. I will be voting Mccain in November if Hillary is not the nominee

  • 277. kevin  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:19 pm


  • 278. N. Lee  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:21 pm

    Count me in. wink

  • 279. Taffy  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:21 pm

    Count me in. Is somebody other than Hillary running? Can’t see past the “pile” the donkey left in the road. Hillary all the way!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 280. Marjorie, Massachusetts  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:24 pm

    Registered Independent who has voted Democratic for many years. This November I will be voting for John McCain.

    Count me in.

  • 281. Hillaryyes  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:26 pm

    Count me in!! A proud black woman who says, No Obama…not ever!! All the way for Hillary!!!

  • 282. sandra cathcart  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:26 pm

    count me in as 1 of 18M. I will never vote for the fraud nor will my husband and friends.

  • 283. Melissa  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:27 pm

    The DNC left this life long Democrat along side the road and in the ditch with this primary. I have come to expect voter fraud and tampering from the republicans… but NOT from my own party.
    I will be voting Hillary… even if it has to be a protest vote.

  • 284. xloyaldemocrat  |  June 21, 2008 at 9:37 pm

    I’m one of 18milliion and I will not vote for Obama.

  • 285. Diane  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:17 pm

    This will by my first time in my 58 years that I will vote for a Republican for President!!

  • 286. tillerylakelady  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:20 pm

    United we stand and we will not fall. Together we can stop Obama from getting the white house. Tell me how can a man be qualified to be president with only 146 days as a new senator. Why would the Democrats want a man with no experience over a woman with 20 years? HMMMM great question. So now we support a man that really does have experience ,McCain. Yes I am a Hillary supporter and a registered dem. but I will vote for McCain in November. And thats all I have to say about that.

  • 287. Britt  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:33 pm

    I am one of the 18 million and am a member of the site called (Hillary Clinton Supporters For John McCain) come join us we have several good action plans. We are going to go after DNC and NBHO. WE have not given up on Hillary being the nominee in August.

  • 288. Britt  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:34 pm

    I am one of the 18 million and am a member of the site called (Hillary Clinton Supporters For John McCain) come join us we have several good action plans. We are going to go after DNC and NBHO. WE have not given up on Hillary being the nominee in August.

  • 289. Texas Family  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:45 pm

    Count a large Texas family! Life long Democrat but after the way the DNC stole the election from Hillary we will vote a straight Republican ticket. Please vote for McCain if you write in Hillarys name your vote will not count and we need to defeat Obama! I am worried to death if this man wins the POTUS the USA will never be the same again! God Help Us All to defeat this evil man Obama and the people who support him!

  • 290. Hillgirl  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:46 pm

    Count me in! I am one of the 18 million who will NOT be falling in line, will not “get over it”, and will not condone the underhanded, manipulative tactics of the DNC and the anointed one.

  • 291. UtahPuma  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:55 pm

    I am a long time Democrat turned Independent. I believe Hillary should be our next President and I am working to see that the
    “anitchrist” of politics wears thorns for the rest of his natural life.
    I am one of 18 million.

  • 292. Gigi  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:57 pm

    After 30+ years of being a loyal Democrat, I recently re-registered as an Independent to symbolically wash away the “stink” of the new UN-Democratic Party. I was also tired of being associated with a party of LOSERS, consistently fielding incompetent nominees to face Republicans in the GE (exception of course Bill). Now, in a year when Democrats souldn’t even have to campaign to win, once again the DNC has “selected” a BIG LOSER! Well good riddance to bad trash! I’m voting McCain this year and PROUD to do so!
    Never Obama!!!!

  • 293. SusiePuma  |  June 21, 2008 at 10:57 pm

    I am 1 of 18 million who will not fall in line, get over it, or vote for the ‘selected’ presumptive nominee of the DNC and its minions. I will be voting for Hillary Clinton for president – one way or another.

  • 294. ABinNY  |  June 21, 2008 at 11:15 pm

    I with you!
    Hillary YES
    Obama NO!

  • 295. Diane Moore  |  June 21, 2008 at 11:16 pm

    I have been a true democrat since coming of age to vote in 1978, I have always voted democrat in local, state, and national elections. I voted for Bill Clinton in 1992 and 1996, I voted for Al Gore in 2000, and even John Kerry in 2004. The buck ends here! I thought we finally had a chance, as democrats of taking back the White House. I was so relieved that Hillary was running and would most likley be our next Commander in Chierf! I not only felt relief, I felt that we as Americans could finally have faith, trust, and a sense of well being. I am 100% confident, that with Hillary as our President, we would not only prevail, but prosper! The DNP obviously dosent want Bill Clinton in the picture. The obvious reason for this is that he being there to advise Hillary would make them look the part that they really are (impotent). I look at Bill Clinton as the best President to serve in our lifetime. I see him as an asset, not a deficet. Thanks to all the insecure high rollers controlling the DNP, Howard Dean (political prestige threatened by Bill), Nancy Pelosi (petty & jealous of Hillary), Ted Kennedy (frustrated with trying to match up to his brothers), John Kerry (sore loser), Bill Richardson (ungrateful political ho, who can be bought and had by anyone) and others to numerous to mention. I am no longer a democrat! I will definately be voting for John McCain this November! Unlike Obama, he is a honest, decent, patriotic American! He has always reflected his great love of this country, and has paid a price a very precious few alive and still claim. So you have a choice, O’Bama, a Johnny come lately, with no experience, and a history of extremely poor judgement (Trinity Church, Tony Rezko, Public Fincancing flip flop, bitter angry wife, being racist/sexist towards women in head scarves, etc, etc, etc! or John McCain, a true American hero! Although I disagree with Senator McCain on more than one issue, things being what they are now, he is the only one I would trust with me and my family’s safety and future.
    Yours Truly
    Diane L. Moore – Spartanburg County – SC
    Hillary Supporter – McCain Voter

  • 296. DaddysDarlin  |  June 21, 2008 at 11:22 pm

    Count me In! This Utah democrat gone unaffiliated, is with the 18 million brothers and sisters I have! Our votes will count in November! Hillary Clinton 2008!!!

  • 297. Diane Moore  |  June 21, 2008 at 11:26 pm

    Dream Ticket 2008 ***McCain/Clinton
    2012 ***Clinton/Clinton (Chelsea)
    If only dreams came true.

  • 298. ch  |  June 21, 2008 at 11:28 pm

    Will be voting for McCain if no Hillary.

  • 299. JOANNA0902  |  June 22, 2008 at 12:17 am

    I’m voting McCain! I am one of the 18 million who will not fall in line. Not today, not tomorrow, not in November! Go McCain….

  • 300. anonymousVA  |  June 22, 2008 at 12:38 am

    Just listening to this disheartens me. Why would those who kept their word to Hillary to help bring an end to the war in Iraq, who want better wages for low income workers, who believe that their children need a better future choose to vote for a man that is more in line with the problems we are already in? I want my grandparents to have the best healthcare coverage and that is NOT going to happen with McCain. I may not agree with every issue that Obama brings forth, but I cannot and will not fall into the misguided information put out from McCain.
    Republicans for Obama.

    Also note- if McBush is elected in November, prepare for riots across America. Rise up and stand for change!!

  • 301. lazifaire  |  June 22, 2008 at 12:39 am

    I am one of 18 million. Count me in.

  • 302. Darlene Davis  |  June 22, 2008 at 12:46 am

    I will not vote for Obama, and I have left the Democratic Party after 28 years of my solid loyalty to them. It all came down to numbers and money being more important than “we the people” and many of our votes. Hillary had the votes and had the swing states to take the general election. I would definitely vote for Hillary.

  • 303. Jill E. Lienhard  |  June 22, 2008 at 12:54 am

    Add me to the list of people who will opt for John McCain for 4 years in place of Hillary Clinton. I noticed there are alot of people saying they will pencil in Hillary’s name. To me, this makes no sense. In most states it doesn’t count to write in a candidate. Go to to find out about your state. My goal is not to allow Obama in the white house AT ALL. If McCain gets elected for 4 years, we can surely get Hillary elected in 2012

  • 304. diamond girl  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:08 am

    “I am one of 18 million!”
    Please put a link to this site on There are millions of us out here who are still actively working to secure the Nomination of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic Convention in August. There are daily actions that you can take. I say that we all show up every where that Hillary campaigns for the “selected, not elected” one and wave our Hillary signs and wear our T-shirts because the fight is still on!

  • 305. ladyhawkke  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:13 am

    I absolutely will not vote for Obama. I am a registered Democrat from Florida and will definitely vote for McCain, unless another bombshell hits Obama and Hillary becomes the nominee.

  • 306. Tanya in CT  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:14 am

    I am one of 18 MILLION who will always support Hillary Clinton for President…She is the only one for me. She is my Madame President in my heart.

  • 307. Mary  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:22 am

    You can count me in as one who is not letting the DNC have their way. Hillary was treated very unfairly and I will not vote for obama. I think the democratic rules and regulations also need a very big over haul. If something is not done to change the democratic system of how candidates get the nomination, I will no longer wish to be a democrat, and I have been one for 53 years. If things were done differently, for instance, the peoples votes counted and not the delegates, or if the winner of the sate got all of the delegates, winner takes all, then Hillary would now be the nominee.

  • 308. one of 18 mil  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:23 am

    me too?

  • 309. one of 18 mil  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:24 am

    count me as one of the 18 million!

  • 310. Jo From Arkansas  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:39 am

    I will NOT vote for BO ever. I voted for Hillary in the Primary but now will be voting for John McCain. Barack Obama is a “thug” and the DNC has blinders on for some reason, don’t know why. Anyway, count me as one of the 18 M! Thanks for this site.

  • 311. Bonnie in GA  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:39 am

    I am one of the 18 Million HRC supporters..I will be voting for McCain in November. HRC is my hero. The Obama money machine may turn a lot heads at the DNC but it will not buy my vote. I will remember the way HRC was treated with each vote I cast in November. HRC in 2012!!!!!!!!!

  • 312. Marty in Iowa  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:53 am

    15 votes from my family , sons and wifes plus us for McCain in November

  • 313. jane  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:04 am

    Sign me up. The Democratic party sucks! What a sham.

  • 314. Tad  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:04 am

    I am def not going to vote for BHO. I will never support the DNC again, ever. They are hypocrits and liars, not in touch with the american people in the least.

  • 315. NotFallingInLine  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:05 am

    I want Hillary for president but I can definitely live with McCain. At least I know what he stands for.

  • 316. anonymous SC  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:10 am

    Count me in as one of these18 million HRC supporters.

  • 317. StarDust  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:15 am

    I will vote for Hillary if she makes it at the Denver Convention
    If not – I will never vote for Obama

    I will then vote for McCain because in doing so I know I am taking one vote away from him plus giving one to his opponent – so that accentually is a double strike against him.

    Count me in as one of your 18 Million!!!!!!

  • 318. Sabrina  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:36 am

    I can give the DNC 18 million reasons why Hillary Clinton should be our next president. BO never, never will he get my vote!! No trust, no vote!! If Hillary is not the nominee, let it rain McCain!! I have no loyalty to a party who turned their backs on the most brilliant, qualified candidate!

  • 319. jdona  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:40 am

    I am 1 of 18 million who will never support Obama.

  • 320. NotYourSweetie  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:52 am

    I am 1 of 18 Million and a proud, passionate and dedicated Hillary Clinton supporter. I will not vote for the Democratic Party’s “SELECTED” not “ELECTED” nominee BHO. I believe Hillary Clinton is the most qualified candidate, won the popular vote, the needed swing states to win the White House and should be the nominee. I strongly support taking it to the CONVENTION. If the Democratic Party decides to “wake up” and correct this situation and Hillary Clinton is our nominee she will get my vote and full support. But in not way, shape or form will I vote for BHO for President or VP. If not then I will be voting Republican for the first time in my adult life for McCain.

  • 321. TAM fr WI  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:54 am

    Count me in as 1 of 18M who will also NEVER vote for Obama or support him in any way!

  • 322. Connie  |  June 22, 2008 at 2:55 am

    I will never vote for BO. After the way he and the DNC stood by and smirked while the sexist media was mocking Hillary’s campaign I will vote for McCain, he has integrity. I don’t know if BO and the DNC does not recognize what was done to Hillary as sexism or if they think sexism is OK but clearly the Democrats are not my kind of people. I also do not like being threatened with losing my reproductive rights if McCain gets in.
    The Obamaites keep saying we will come around because BO is just like Hillary and McCain is not. Well not in my book. Bo has no experience and bad judgment and smirks at sexist attacks and has no integrity.

  • 323. Greta  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:10 am

    I am one of 18 million.

  • 324. Connie  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:31 am

    does anyone believe, like I do, that contributing to Hillary right now will NOT go to paying off her debt, but straight into BO’s POCKET??? I keep thinking the Clinton’s have earned $100 million a year before – they’re not in the unemployment line. She’s just being coerced into supporting the EVIL Obama. Anyway, I’m one of the 18 million, but wary of continuing to send money to Hillary.

  • 325. tlhoward  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:34 am

    I am 1 of 18 million, I found out about this from another blog.

  • 326. Betty Martinez  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:36 am

    Count me in definitely. I have also joined the (Hilliary Clinton Supporters for John McCain) site. As well this site belongs to “Just Say No Deal”.com. This is a union of many of the sites that are trying to fight on for Hilliary/John McCain. Obama’s tactics remind me of what happened in Germany during the Hitler years. We must not tire or change our minds. I will always be 1 of 18 million. Keep fighting, folks!!!!


  • 327. Stephanie  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:41 am

    Hillary got my vote in the Primary but McCain will get it in November

  • 328. Mary Pat Kunert  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:41 am

    Hi I’ve signed so many lists, blogs, and petitions that perhaps I’ve already been on this one and just forgot-hang out mostly at’s where I found out about you. S. Obama cannot enter the WH -we must do everything we can to stop this contrived campaign. He is a dangerous phony.

    Posted the following at PUMA-she also has a website

    The following written by Lynette Long

    At the end of the Democratic Primary, one-hundred twenty-three pledged
    delegates separated Senator Barack Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator
    Obama’s campaign argued that the super delegates should follow the lead of
    pledged delegates otherwise they would be stealing the election from Obama.

    Originally designed to select the most electable candidate if neither
    candidate received the majority of delegates on pledged delegates alone, the
    super delegates could vote for either candidate. Afraid of disenfranchising
    the large African-American base, they committed to Obama. Since Clinton won
    the majority of the popular vote, and eight of the ten largest states, and
    almost all the swing states, she was clearly the most electable. So, how did
    Obama steal the election from Clinton?

    Florida. After Florida moved its primary up to January 29, 2008, the DNC
    stripped Florida of its delegates, impeded a revote, and delayed resolving the
    Florida delegate issue. On May 31, 2008, the DNC Rules Committee, not wanting
    to alienate Florida in the general election, decided to give the Florida
    Delegation half a vote each. But if Florida’s delegates were awarded full
    voting rights, which they most likely will get at the convention, Clinton
    would get 104 delegates and Obama would get 78 delegates. Obama’s pledged
    delegate lead would be reduced by 13 delegates to 110.

    Michigan. Almost six hundred thousand voters went to the polls in Michigan
    and of these voters, 328,151 voted for Clinton, 237,762 for uncommitted,
    21,708 for Kucinich, and 2,363 for Gravel. The Rules Committee not wanting
    to disenfranchise Michigan’s voters, seated all of Michigan’s delegates but
    only gave them a half-vote each. In addition, even though Obama did not
    receive a single vote in Michigan, the Rules Committee awarded him the 29
    delegates for the uncommitted voters. They also decided to give four of
    Clinton’s delegates to Obama based on “exit polls” causing Harold Ickes Jr. to
    yell foul. Take the29 delegates from Obama, give the four delegates back to
    Clinton and reinstate a full vote to each of the Michigan delegates, and
    Obama’s pledged delegate lead is 38.

    Texas. On March 4, 2008, Texas held its Democratic Primary, affectionately
    called the Texas-Two Step. After the polls closed at 7 pm, primary voters
    could participate in a caucus. Sixty-five percent of the pledged delegates
    were awarded based on the primary results and the other 35% based on the
    caucus results. Even though caucus voters, were required to have voted in
    their precinct and were a statistical subset of primary voters, Clinton moved
    from a four point win (52-48) in the primary to a twelve point loss (44-56) in
    the caucus, a sixteen point shift and a statistical impossibility. Reports of
    undo influencing, locking voters out of the caucuse, lack of validation of
    identification, voters writing several names on caucus sheets, caucus votes
    collected at the polls, bullying, and hundreds of other complaints, would
    render the Texas caucuses invalid if investigated. If the caucus results
    were normalized against the primary results, Clinton would gain five delegates
    and Obama would lose five delegates and the difference between the two
    candidates would be only 28 pledged delegates.

    Caucus States. Thirteen states, besides Texas, had caucuses — Senator Obama
    won twelve of them, another improbable event in hotly contested race where
    popular vote is a statistical tie. The difference between the margin of
    victory during caucuses and primaries again is another factor that calls the
    validity of the caucuses in question. The average point spread of the 13
    caucuses Obama won was 32 points. The average point spread of the primaries
    Obama won, was 19 points. This thirteen point difference is the caucus
    factor. If Obama’s lead in the caucuses was reduced by 13 points, a minimum
    of 45 pledged delegates would be switched from Obama’s column to Clinton’s
    column. The result would be a sixty-two delegate lead for Senator Clinton and
    the Presidential nomination.

    A careful review of the statistics shows that by every measure the American
    people did not select the Democratic nominee. The DNC rules committee
    influenced the election by punishing and then postponing decisions on Florida
    and Michigan. The Texas Caucus, which was at best chaos, and at worst voter
    fraud and manipulation, did not reflect the will of the people. The remaining
    caucuses clearly showed Obama’s stronger organization but there are many
    reports of also aggressive and illegal practices by the Obama campaign.
    During the last few months of the primary the DNC, the pundits, and the DNC
    Rules Committee pressured Clinton to leave the race and pushed Obama toward
    the nomination over the will of the people.

    On Tuesday, May 27, I attended a party where I found myself face to face with
    a member of the DNC Rules Committee. Midway through the conversation, she
    crossed the fingers and said, “I think we’re going to win. I think we’re
    going to win.” I looked incredulously at a woman likened to a five-year-old
    making a birthday wish. “Is Barack Obama going to be the nominee?” I asked.
    I expected to hear, “There are a few more primaries to go.” or “We’ll see what
    the Rules Committee decides.” Instead she stated with the conviction of an
    adult, “Yes he is.” I handed her my business card. “People pay me to tell
    them the truth. You’re going to lose.” She regressed to her five year old
    self, “Don’t say that. Don’t say that.” Annoyed that the DNC had selected
    the nominee before the end of end of the election, I decided to snap the
    little girl back to adulthood. “Can Barack Obama win Florida?” She shook
    her head NO. Can Barack Obama win Ohio?” “No.” “West Virginia?” “No.” She
    was close to tears so I decided not to ask about Pennsylvania, Michigan, or
    Georgia. Besides it’s not fun to pick on little girls.

  • 329. Pam  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:42 am

    I am one of 18 million and fighting!!!!!

  • 330. Sherry from Texas  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:59 am

    I am one of the 18,000,000 that will NOT vote for Obama in November.

  • 331. Stef  |  June 22, 2008 at 4:05 am

    We are a family of 4 in that 18 million and we will not be voting for Obama !

  • 332. Irene  |  June 22, 2008 at 4:46 am

    I am one of 18 million and you can count me in.

  • 333. Amanda from Texas  |  June 22, 2008 at 4:47 am

    A nice bumpersticker seen locally…
    A smiling Obama with the text
    ‘You are going to be getting a big surprise.’

    (the interpretation of this sticker locally seen means that BO will be getting the surprise) It was on the back of a vehicle with a Ron Paul sticker…..

    I agree and also believe the Dems are going to be getting a rude awakening come November.

  • 334. Libby  |  June 22, 2008 at 5:17 am

    I sent my money to Hillary. Now it goes, along with my vote, to McCain.

    I will never vote for Obama. He is a Trojan Horse. Empty on the inside, and wide open to anyone who will get him the presidency. Then all of the ugly realities will come out.

    Obama and Michelle can be in every news article, on every television show, presenting whatever face they chose. They have all ready shown who they are, and who their friends are and that is evidence enough.

    What experience Obama does have is not what I want in a President of the U.S.

    Hillary, I understand keeping promises, but not in this case, when the stakes are so high.

    I cannot support Hillary’s support of Obama.

  • 335. eatenbybats  |  June 22, 2008 at 5:28 am

    I am a loyal Hillary supporter and will never, ever, until hell freezes over for *61. PUMAs rule!

  • 336. km  |  June 22, 2008 at 5:39 am

    hillary or mccain. noobama.

  • 337. JARinFL  |  June 22, 2008 at 5:57 am

    That is a big yes!! I’m still here, not goin’ anywhere….will be here for Senator Hillary, for what and when she needs us!!

  • 338. Irma Adame  |  June 22, 2008 at 6:49 am

    We’re 11 of 18,000,000 not voting for Obama

  • 339. Julie Escalante  |  June 22, 2008 at 6:58 am

    Just wanted to say, that I am a rebublican, but if my candidate would of lost, I would of been happy with Hillary Clinton to be my president. I know she could do the job and do it well. As I watched the democratic primaries in horror, I was shocked to see how the dnc stole this nomination from her, and just handed it to this anti-american elitest, they call Barack Obama. I cant stand to even say his name. He and his wife disgusts me with their arrogance. I truly hope that something more comes out about this man, or his wife, so Hillary can get back in the race. But I have to tell you, It seems like people are treating obama like he’s the second coming of christ. Nothing he does seems to matter, and this is scary. So keep the faith and please for vote John Mc Cain, if Hillary isnt nominated. We cannot afford to sit back and not vote at all, and let this madman get into our whitehouse.

  • 340. Brian in Oklahoma  |  June 22, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    We have a fam of 5 voting against BO

  • 341. Judy  |  June 22, 2008 at 1:03 pm

    Speaking for my extended family we will all be voting for McCain in November. Nobama, not now, not November, not ever. DO NOT WRITE HILLARY IN ON THE BALLOT, IT WILL GO TO BHO.
    Count us in for 8.

  • 342. ruben rodriguez  |  June 22, 2008 at 3:31 pm

    i will never,never vote for hussein obama. dnc wake up you fools. i will change to a independent for mccain

  • 343. cheryl in washington  |  June 22, 2008 at 4:52 pm

    I am a Hillary supporter who will not be voting for Obama, I will vote for McCain in the election, and no way will I come around and vote for obama as the DNC/Obama Campaign predict. Whether they believe me or not matters not to me because I know who I am voting for!

    *************Hillary Supporter for McCain**************

  • 344. janeinGa  |  June 22, 2008 at 5:44 pm

    My family and friends here in Georgia will be supporting John McCain in November, unless by some miracle, Hillary becomes the Democratic nominee.No way will we EVER vote for obama.Putting Hillary on the ticket as VP is NOT ACCEPTABLE—. We will not take the chance to write her in, as the vote MAY count for obama–We will simply vote AGAINST him and that means vote for McCain. I urge others to please don’t waste your vote by writing her in –or by staying home—that takes a chance at actually HELPING obama win..Please go least McCain is Pro-American!

  • 345. jackson  |  June 22, 2008 at 9:22 pm

    hi! nana this is jackson i love yu very much alright well i have to go. bye!

  • 346. ScottVA  |  June 22, 2008 at 10:03 pm

    The biased and undemocratic selection of Obama by the Democratic Party as its nominee is a travesty. Obama is only for Obama and will do and say anything that helps him win. His self-centered ambition is not in the best interests of the American people and I will not vote for him. John McCain is an honorable and honest person who I believe will do his best for the American people, so if not Hillary, then I will vote for McCain.

  • 347. Bill K  |  June 22, 2008 at 10:20 pm

    I wish that Hillary could get on McCains ticket. This would sway the republican party more to the center. This would also be living Hell for OB,his supporters,Dean and the controling jerks of the democratic party.

  • 348. Lisa  |  June 22, 2008 at 11:26 pm

    COUNT ME IN!!!!!! McCAIN 08

  • 349. Joyce  |  June 23, 2008 at 2:45 am

    I am a HIllary supporter and have worked as a volunteer in the primary in NY as well as other states over the last six months. What a major dissapointment to have the DNC hand the nomination to BO when Hillary clearly won the most votes and the states that will count in November. What are they thinking? Do they really just want to lose in November? None of it makes any sense. Why aren’t the delegates supporting the candidate that is most electable? How can they ask people to vote when we have to wait for them to decide if the votes will be counted or not. I am one of the 18 million that will definitely not vote for BO. I don’t know how anyone can vote for a candidate that promotes not counting all the votes just because it suits his own purposes. What else will he sell us out for if he gets the chance? He has no integrity and no principles. When people say to me we should vote for him for the good of the party, my reply is that the reason I can’t vote for him is for the good of the country. Hillary should be the nominee and I hope the DNC figures that out before it’s too late.

  • 350. bj  |  June 23, 2008 at 3:10 am

    Become an Obodyte detective…find the annoying little trolls and expose them. Think again, immature internet dwellers, we’re coming to get you.

    NObama Ever! – go to your room and stay there! Long live Hillary supporters and their values.
    fu(forget unity)

  • 351. Jill E. Lienhard  |  June 23, 2008 at 3:21 am

    wrote in earlier about a celebratehillary e-mail seeming a little fishy. NOT SO. I have had numerous conversations with them and they are obviously “one of us” I don’t think anyone even noticed my post but if you did…..not to worry. It totally looks legit! Have a good night ya’ll

  • 352. jerrydtx  |  June 23, 2008 at 2:11 pm


    Thank you for creating this blog! I believe that HRC was railroaded out of the Democratic nomination. I am very unhappy with the DNC and the Democratic party. If 18 million of us make our support (disappear) for Senator Obama and the DNC and DCCC..we can send a strong message…and hopefully fix the party in the future.

  • 353. Connie  |  June 23, 2008 at 5:36 pm

    Great to see all you people staying the course against the DNC and our decision not to vote Obama – here’s an article that’ll make your blood boil and hopefully seal our conviction to this goal.

  • 354. Denise  |  June 23, 2008 at 7:10 pm

    Voting 4 McCain in Nov.

  • 355. tillerylakelady  |  June 23, 2008 at 7:15 pm

    I to am a registered Democrate but in NOVEMBER i will be voting for McCain. No im not bitter, I just can not believe the way the DNC and the media did Hillary Clinton. I will never watch MSNBC again. The fox network was the only one that was fair.So OBAMA just stop trying to get my vote, don’t try to catter to us women. Youv’e proven your true colors with your new PRESIDENTIAL SEAL, what ARROGANCE. Is this not a Federal Crime?

  • 356. Donna  |  June 23, 2008 at 8:52 pm

    Count me in, I will not vote or support the Democrat Party in this Election! Even with Hillary backing Obama, I will not support him, The DNC, made “THEIR” choice, they will just have to live with it.
    I will work diligently to get as many people that I can to see the truth behind this party. My support in the General Election will be for John McCain, and that goes also for my Mother also!!

  • 357. donna digioia  |  June 24, 2008 at 12:12 am

    I will never vote for Uhbama1

  • 358. donna digioia  |  June 24, 2008 at 12:14 am

    I will never vote for Uhbama! I am a life long democrat and never voted republican. I am 46, female, have a masters degree and sip lattes and I am not buying what he has to sell. Its Hillary or McCain for me.

  • 359. Danny  |  June 24, 2008 at 4:23 am

    Black Liberation Theology. Not a chance in hell I would vote for a racist. Obama Farakan Pfleger Wright Ayers – enough said! I’m not crazy.

  • 360. GLADYS & rALPH  |  June 24, 2008 at 4:28 am

    What a great example and inspiration Hillary Clinton has been for us. In her speeches, she made many of us feel better about ourselves. By her example she taught us to hang on, to rise above insults from uncaring and rude people, to keep going when our bodies want to quit, and to always care about this country and its people.
    In appreciation for her and her efforts we wanted to help to retire her campaign debt so we thought of a slogan, “One in 18 Million for Hillary.” With this thought we are encouraging you and the other 18 million who voted for her (and those who wish they had) to send $1 (or more.) It can go by internet at HILLARYCLINTON.COM or by mail to HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT, PO BOX 1781, MERRIFIELD, VA 22116-9965. This needs to arrive before the convention or it can not be used for her campaign expenses. Thanks ! Remember 2012 !

  • 361. Danny  |  June 24, 2008 at 4:45 am

    by the way – give this to the democrats who don’t count votes, but instead select goats.

    As an xdem I am voting against any superdelegate that supported Obama over Hillary. That means i won’t be voting for the Democratic Governor or my own congressman. I’ll vote for the Republican instead. Nancy I took impeachment off the table only to steal the election for Obama. I’m sending money to CIndy Sheehan as well to kick Nancy’s ass.

  • 362. GLADYS & RALPH  |  June 24, 2008 at 5:02 am

    We wish they would outlaw caucuses! We went with our Hillary buttons on saw a very hostile Obama group. We signed in participants – one with an Obama sticker was not listed as a registered Democrat – we went with her to leaders of the caucus. She came back with a note to sign her in. Gladys was asked by the chairperson (an Obama supporter) to be secretary – another person jumped up and said, “I want to be secretary, I’ve been trained for it.” She got the job. When the straw vote was completed, Ralph (who had learned how to do the calculations) went over and watched the secretary determine who got the delegates. She said four for Obama and zero for Clinton. Ralph pointed out, before the entire caucus, the errors in the calculation – the correct result was three for Obama and one for Clinton. The chairperson agreed with this. If these “trained secretaries” were in place all over our nation, I wonder how many millon extra delegates went to Obama that belonged to Hillary Clinton. Prepare for 2012 !

  • 363. RandyinTampa  |  June 24, 2008 at 4:54 pm

    I’m one of 18,000,000 who STILL wants to fight this out in Denver!
    For Me, It’s Hillary Clinton or I’m Voting for Mc Cain! I will wait for 2012 for Hillary to run again!! God Bless America! FIRE Howard Dean!!! I’m STILL so upset and angered over this!

  • 364. Michael Pearson  |  June 24, 2008 at 6:03 pm

    In my youth I was a Repubican. Well kids have silly ideas sometimes. When I saw who the rep’s were helping to get richer, it sure was not me. Today just look at the oil companys. I am 100% disabled SS pays me $1000 per month after working my whole life Just two of my scripts cost a little over $900. I have tried eating the pills but I am still hungry,let alone rent ect,ect,ect. Then to see within our own party such dirty game playing. Lets get rid of Nancy and Howard ex Dr. Dean. count me in the 18 million
    Go Hillary

  • 365. DJ  |  June 24, 2008 at 9:03 pm


  • 366. Ardis Rettich  |  June 24, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    COUNT ME IN!!! AND MY HUSBAND TOO!! We will NOT vote for bo. Since we wouldn’t feel right not voting, I will vote for Senator John. I’n not sure who my husband will vote for. He throws in a protest vote once in awhile. I almost always vote democrat.

  • 367. crat3  |  June 25, 2008 at 1:17 am

    I am one of the 18,000,000 who will NOT vote for Obama in November. Hillary or McCain.

  • 368. TEXAS4HILLARY  |  June 25, 2008 at 12:55 pm



  • 369. Connie  |  June 25, 2008 at 6:35 pm

    I know lots of folks want to donate $$ to Hillary, as I do. Chuck Todd (NBC) stated today that her debt will not be paid off until the end of the general election. If we want to give, everything we donate now will go straight into OBAMA’s pocket. Maybe just wait a few months would be better.

  • 370. Canary in coalmine  |  June 26, 2008 at 3:24 pm

    I am a liberal independent from NY who voted for Senator Clinton and her husband before her. I am not even going to consider voting for Obama until he begins a national conversation on gender, reforms his own behavior (by first publicly admitting it) and has a specific legislative agenda to address sexism in America. Right now, I am seeking a third party. Sadly, the Democrats threw the best qualified candidate under the bus.

    Contribute whatever you can to help resolve her campaign debt to date (her loans to the campaign don’t count as she stated in yesterday’s email, that’s her money that she invested in the cause) and keep her as free as possible from his financial grip.

  • 371. DJ  |  June 27, 2008 at 6:55 am

    Our main goal should be the defeat of Obama and the DNC. A third party will do no good at this time. The only way we can insure a 2012 run for Hillary is to defeat Obama and rid the DNC of all the Dems that let this “joke” happen. They are all in it together. I get so sick of hearing that we must do or will do things because of “the Party”. This is about the safety of our country now. If Obama and his gang get him in office it will be a terrible thing for American. It is COUNTRY FIRST NOT PARTY now.

  • 372. Curtis  |  June 27, 2008 at 9:28 am

    The vrey reason for the superdelegates was sad recognition that a good looking charismatic flash in the pan Sanjya can come in and take the democratic primary. The Democratic Primary is very different from the general election. Often if favors someone far out of the mainstream; Dukassas, Mondale, Adli Stevenson…
    The superdelegates still can rescue this thing, but the media and the nefarious forces behind keeping Hillary out will keep Obama on a pedastal just long enough. All they want to do is stop Hilllary. After the convention watch Obama’s Drug Lobby millions immediately dry up.

  • 373. Karen Ricketts  |  June 27, 2008 at 11:09 am

    I as being a Democract will not vot for Obama. 1. He has not fully completed his 6 year term as senator, 2. Obama was selected not elected, 3. Senator Hillary Clinton was bashed and nothing was done about it. The DNC has made an unfairly choice by striping votes from Senator Clinton. And as for “Unity” It’s going to be pretty hard to get that done. I also take it the votes from Florida and Michigain will be fully counted Nov. 4th. to benefit Mr. Obama. I can not give a vote to a person that I don’t trust. I am one of the 18 million who voted for Hillary. My vote might not have been counted this time, but come Nov. 4 th. my vote will count, and it will not be for Mr. Obama.

  • 374. pcfs  |  June 27, 2008 at 1:35 pm

    I am one of 18 million, I will vote for McCain to get Obama out of here. No Obama, I love my country to much to distroy it.
    I love Hillary she so amazing. God Bless her.

  • 375. GLADYS & RALPH  |  June 27, 2008 at 6:35 pm

    ADDENDUM TO BLOGS 360 “IN APPRECIATION” AND 362 about caucuses. We failed to include our email, – we would be happy to hear from you. Gladys & Ralph. HILLARY FOR PRESIDENT 2012 !

  • 376. sandra cathcart  |  June 27, 2008 at 7:45 pm

    I am 1 of 18 mil. will not vote for Obama. He is a liar, fraud, and Chicago thug. He will soon be indicted and in handcuffs for his dealings with his best buddy Rezko and the dear Governor. They are just building a strong case against him. He is also a threat to this country. I am a PUMA and would like others to visit to learn what we are about. We will never give in to the dems and Obama.

  • 377. tillerylakelady  |  June 27, 2008 at 8:00 pm

    Myself,my husband and three boys are five of the 18 mil. We are democrats but we will not vote for BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA, we are voting for McCAIN in nov.

  • 378. DJ  |  June 27, 2008 at 8:12 pm

    OKAY FOLKS…I AM A LITTLE “TICKED”…I just heard on MSNBC that after the Obamas’ gave their checks to donate to Hillary, Hillary turned around and THE CLINTONS DONATED TO HIM THE SAME AMOUNT. Now campaigning for him is bad enough, but when Hillary asks her supporters to donate to her, and then she donates to Obama I think that is WRONG. I hate to say it but I am really losing alot of respect for her.

  • 379. Erica Stephens  |  June 28, 2008 at 3:33 pm

    Is she now expected to help put yet another man into the Whitehouse?…….Hillary,s fight for party unity is beginning to anger me….Is she trying to tell me to help elect a racists phony as long as he is a Democrat?……I reject that notion.

  • 380. Amanda from Texas  |  June 28, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    DJ, please dont lose respect for Hillary based on what is going on right now. She must be under a tremendous pressure from the Democratic Party. After all no one really forsaw what actions she should be taking at this point. Would she be assumed to stick with the Dems since she is a Democratic Senator and be expecting to continue with that line of work should she lose the nomination? I dont think even she foresaw how strongly her supporters would want her to continue, even if it meant leaving the Dem party, should she have lost the nomination, which most of us didnt really think would happen either.
    In my mind the paltry sum that Obama came up with to give to HRC for her campaign debt is laughable if it wasnt almost like an insult. after all he has raked in millions. that is all he could come up with? hes is a joke. and contemptuous of her. so she gave it back to him, good I say.

  • 381. Amanda from Texas  |  June 28, 2008 at 5:53 pm

    Well she can campaign for him all she wants but he wont ever get my vote. and that includes her being on his ticket.

    I would BY FAR rather see Hillary on McCain’s ticket. She could then have an influence on policies. McCain is more moderate than most Conservatives, anyway a vote for McCain is a double whammy on Obama. Id like to see McCain capitulate on some things though if he wants our votes!

  • 382. Postmaster  |  June 29, 2008 at 1:45 am

    I will vote for McCain. He at least showed Hillary respect, something her own party did not, nor the media. I am ashamed and embarassed for the way she was treated. Who appointed Obama God anyway, Howard Dean, Pelosi, Kerry, Kennedy? Unbelievable the way they bulldozed their way through to get what they wanted. Getting Obama nominated has been a long time in the making. Kick all of the bums to the curb.

  • 383. Lorre  |  June 29, 2008 at 3:57 am

    I’m not good at blogging–I’m mostly reading, and for the most part agreeing with the people who feel that the primaries were a sham. Mostly I want to blog this time to show that I am one of the 18 million. I love Hillary, but I could have supported another candidate if I felt they were qualified.

  • 384. Lorre  |  June 29, 2008 at 4:02 am

    DJ, I think it was a good idea for Hillary to give Obama her check because then she would not owe him any favors. The playing field has been leveled again.

  • 385. TEXAS4HILLARY  |  June 29, 2008 at 1:30 pm

    Good morning everyone. Do you all remember the election in 2000 that was stolen from Gore? Well in school we are studying the Election Law and the more I read the more pist off I get. This will be another election just like the one in 2000. First of all it is my understanding that the vote is not by the popular vote. A representitive is elected to vote for us. NORMALLY when a candidate wins the vote of a state or representitve is suppose to vote for that person because that is who won the state. The government is totally suppose to stay out of it. Here is a link I am posting that will help you all understand how this all works and how we get screwed and instead of giving in WE NEED TO BACK UP WHAT WE SAY AND NOT GIVE IN TO THE GOVERNMENT. It is very important that you all read the Constitution and do research. Get very familiar with how the election is suppose to be. I will post more links as I come across good information.

  • 386. TEXAS4HILLARY  |  June 29, 2008 at 1:35 pm

    YOU ALL REMEMBER WHAT HILLARY WAS FIGHTING FOR WHEN SHE WAS CAMPAIGNING. I KNOW THAT DID NOT CHANGE. YOU ALL KEEP IN MIND ABOUT HOW SHE TRULY FELT FOR OBAMA WHEN SHE WAS CAMPAIGNING AND STILL FOLLOW IT. Everything is an illusion so do not except that she really supports OBAMA because it is an illusion. STAY FOCUSED!! This is just to throw everyone off so everyone will do what the DNC wants. STAY FOCUSED AND SAY NO TO OBAMA!!!!

  • 387. KristaL  |  June 29, 2008 at 6:13 pm

    I am a lifelong Democrat who is now party-less. I keep getting donation and membership renewal letters from the DNC. I write “Where is Hillary?” on the cards and return them in the postpaid envelopes. McCain is a possible option in November because he is moderate and does not like Bush policies. However, I don’t want to fall into the hands of the secret Karl Rove machine. Also, we need to leave the Chicago political machine in Chicago. Right now I plan to write in Hillary or to vote “other” in November. I am still hoping for a miracle in Denver. I am a child of the 60’s. Power to the People.

  • 388. BETSYFROMTEXAS  |  June 30, 2008 at 2:18 am


  • 389. Alecki  |  June 30, 2008 at 3:52 pm

    I am writing on behalf of my community to inform you of how angry we are about the primary process this year. As a woman, a Democrat and a firm supporter of Democracy, this has been the worst media coverage of a primary election ever. Senator Clinton was mocked daily and the world watched.

    I have never seen such poor and biased reporting by media in my entire life.. 20 million Clinton supporters have had it with the media and injustice of this whole primary nominating system. This was not reporting, it was “Clinton” bashing. I felt like I was hearing headlines from the “Enquirer” tabloid newspaper.

    It was daily and all day long. ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, MSNBC, Cafferty Files, CNN and slews of others networks followed each other down a lane of inaccurate reporting and vicious attacks against the entire Clinton family.

    Cafferty files a segment of CNN went so far as to read a belittling question about Senator Clinton and then Jack Cafferty would cherry pick his blogs with vicious answers. This was done twice daily. The questions were sarcastic, rude and nasty most all of the time.

    This coverage misrepresented Senator Clinton and undoubtedly swayed the public into a dislike of our former first lady. For CNN to state that they are “the best political team on television” only reinforced Mr. Cafferty’s biased views of hatred towards Senator Clinton.

    For the first in my life, I am completely embarrassed of our country’s reporting tactics and the unfair judgment of the Democratic Party towards a woman, our First Lady.
    I also cannot understand how Obama could not be embarrassed of himself.

    How dare Senator Obama not apologize to Senator Clinton for the cruel remarks screamed in pews about whites, Senator Clinton and President Clinton.

    Instead of apologizing Obama had regrets about having to distance himself from his church and his low life buddies and mentors, Reverend Wright and Father Pflaeger.

    This is the first time in my life, along with my entire community, that I will be voting for a Republican or as an Independent.
    Senator Clinton does not need Obama. Obama needs Clinton. I pray that she will not accept a VP role if he offered the position.

    Obama is a complete embarrassment to this country as a potential candidate for the President of the United States.
    I would hope that the DNC would wake up to the abuse that Senator Clinton endured from the media.

    This has been an unfair primary and Clinton supporters and most of Americans are well aware of all of it.

  • 390. clem greco  |  July 1, 2008 at 1:01 am


  • 391. TEXAS4HILLARY  |  July 1, 2008 at 1:13 am

    Hi Kristal,
    OUR revenge against the DNC is to vote for Mccain no matter what to show them that we WILL BACK UP WHAT WE SAY WHEN WE SAY NOOOO OBAMA!!! I REFUSE TO TURN MY COUNTRY OVER TO A MUSLIM!!! HOWEVER, make sure that when you vote however you vote that your vote doesn’t go to OBAMA. I just got an email from Hillary’s website wanting my donation to help pay off Hillary’s debt. I know this site is being ran by the OBAMA campaign and I told them I would not be donating to OBAMA! LOL!

  • 392. Annetoo  |  July 2, 2008 at 3:01 am

    NO Bambie, NO WAY!!!

  • 393. pcfs  |  July 2, 2008 at 6:43 pm

    389. Alecki , I so agree with you. I have written many times to CNN about Jack Cafferty and your right he cherry picked comments about Hillary Clinton. Poor girl had no fair treatment on MSNBC either. I think Fox did a better job for her. I will be voting for MCCain. This is my first time in my life that I have switched partys. I was active in politics all my life and was an alternate delegate at the 1964 Democratic Convention. No obama never. God Bless Hillary Clinton


  • 394. VA PUMA  |  July 2, 2008 at 10:51 pm

    I am one in 18 million. I am surrounded by many more that do not participate on line. I am also recruiting daily, and you know, it is not that hard.

  • 395. Hillgirl  |  July 2, 2008 at 10:52 pm

    I stand strong as one of 18 million. Nobama for me! Let’s put an end to the bamboozling, backroom politics and sexism. Hillary is the only viable candidate. So count me in!

  • 396. Barb P for Hillary  |  July 2, 2008 at 10:58 pm

    I am proud to have been one in 18 million that voted for Hillary. This primary has been a sham and I am now changing parties to Independent because I am ashamed to call myself a Democrat! I for one will do all I can to fight against the “selected” nominee and the corrupt practices of the DNC.

  • 397. ANN  |  July 2, 2008 at 11:34 pm

    My household is 2 of the 18 million. No way in hell will my husband and I ever vote for someone who was indoctrinated and believed and followed Black Liberation Theology for 20 years. That, alone, disqualifies him from any political office, in my opinion. We left the Democratic Party after 30 years and registered Independent – got our cards last week. I don’t care for John McCain – have never voted Republican in my life, but WILL this year as a protest vote AGAINST Obama and the appalling actions of the DNC, delegates and superdelegates. Never in my life have I been so ashamed of our supposed representatives – putting power, money and party over country! I spit on the Democratic Party!

  • 398. Laurey  |  July 2, 2008 at 11:45 pm

    I am a supporter of Hillary Clinton. I am furious at the DNC and the MSM media. I believe Obama has questionable ethics, a grandiose self opinion and far too little experience to lead this country. I am a Puma and I will vote for a Republican for the first time in November. Go McCain!

  • 399. tory  |  July 3, 2008 at 12:01 am

    Thanks to another blog I found this site.

    Count me and my husband to NEVER EVER vote for Barky!
    He’s unQualified! ..his judgement and character speak volumes.
    The DNC is the cherry on top: I too left my party I loved..they won’t get me back, I will vote for McCain.

    Rise HIllary Rise
    Hillary/McCain ’08

  • 400. Anian  |  July 3, 2008 at 12:02 am

    Count me in! NO OBAMA! Hillary’08 or McCain’08

  • 401. RJ  |  July 3, 2008 at 12:12 am

    Someday, the WHOLE truth will be revealed about this farce of a democratic / national socialist primary.


    McCain ’08 (no matter who the dem VP is)

    or Hillary (if the dems wise up and realize she is the better choice)

  • 402. Paula  |  July 3, 2008 at 2:14 am

    I have voted straight ticket democrat for over thirty years. However, I have sent messages and NO money to the DNC, Howard Dean and all of the others.

    NOt NOw
    NOt NOvember

  • 403. Thomas Jelf  |  July 3, 2008 at 2:29 am

    This Korean war veteran, family, and friends will fight to the end to elect Hillary Clinton as our next president. We will not support Obama under any circumstances and if need be we will all vote for McCain to keep Obama from being elected. Go Hillary, there are 18 million of us who will continue to support you and we must get you elected as our next president.

  • 404. Amanda Sonntag  |  July 3, 2008 at 3:20 am

    For the first time in my life I will not be voting Democratic. I will not votefor Obama under any circumstance. I have de-registered from the Democratic party.

  • 405. Jennifer Beegle  |  July 3, 2008 at 3:45 am

    I am NO LONGER a Democrat…I am now a HILLICRAT. I don’t know if I can ever vote Democrat again, and I have notified ALL of my elected officials and let them know this. It was hard, because there are some good ones but being a DEMOCRAT is not something I can do any more. I will vote HILLARY if she is on the ticket and BO is GONE, or I will vote McCAIN. I will NEVER forget this year, the hatred, the misogyny, the lies, and the hypocrisy. As a jewish woman, I am scared and saddened by most of what I see. I just turned 40, and I feel lost…..damn them all especially the women who conspired against Hillary…

  • 406. ceejay  |  July 3, 2008 at 3:57 am

    I would have been a first time Democrat voter if Hillary had been the nominee. She won me over in PA!!! I thought it was finally a woman’s turn. But the DNC showed its true colors: misogynist.
    Still hoping DNC comes to its senses in Denver, but I will WRITE IN HILLARY as a protest in November. And if she gets dissed in Denver, by God, I will vote McCain.

  • 407. Jenn G.  |  July 3, 2008 at 7:19 am

    I will NEVER vote for BO!!! It’s Hillary all the way! I will either vote for her or write her in or if i really have to vote for McCain.

    Hillary 2008!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 408. Ann  |  July 3, 2008 at 3:18 pm

    The day they gave Obama four Michigan delegates based on exit polls, I went to my town hall and left the Democratic Party. I am now unenrolled. I then crossed the street to the Post Office and mailed my form to Howard Dean.

    I, too, have been a life-long Democrat and always voted along party lines and trusted their nominee. I would have done the same thing this time had I not witnessed the travesty that was committed by the DNC.

    I will NEVER come around. I will vote for John McCain.

  • 409. Leslie Maynard  |  July 3, 2008 at 5:49 pm

    Go McCaine

  • 410. Carmin  |  July 3, 2008 at 9:01 pm

    To all who support Hillary. I’m still fuming about the outcome of the primary. Hillary should be the nominee. Please join pro-Hillary groups. Do whatever you can to keep the dream alive! Also, please help Hillary retire our debt. Go to to donate what you can. Ask your friends to donate. This is important. We want Hillary to be a free woman on July 4. Give what you can!

  • 411. Joyce  |  July 4, 2008 at 1:01 am

    I am one of 18 million strong – standing strong for Hillary!!
    She was very cleverly duped out of the Presidency; but in the process, we were duped out of a great President.


  • 413. robert  |  July 5, 2008 at 4:35 am

    18 mill. the DNC will not be rewarded this November for bad behavior

  • 414. bjw1951  |  July 5, 2008 at 10:37 am

    loyalty to america first. we don’t have any time to waste. pelosi and crew have a battle on their hands. PUMA – all my bags are packed i’m ready to go to denver.

  • 415. Mary Mitchell  |  July 5, 2008 at 4:07 pm

    We all want to donate. Did Hill not say to go to Hfp website to donate/ this is my first post on 18 million strong. Where are the rest of us? Of course I just saw this blog. NO Obama or DNC

  • 416. Mr. J  |  July 6, 2008 at 7:44 am

    We must get going if we are going to force the party to give Hillary the nomination in Denver. First all of Opra’s fans need to demand that she bring Mr. Obama back on and give an opology for all the lies in his books like she did an earlyer author. We must make sure as many people as possible are able to voice our opinions at Denver. They must be made aware they will have to face us in Denver and we are not going to except anything less than to have Hillary as our rightful nominee, Our party leaders failed us we must not fail our party. One more that will never vote for Mr. Obama

  • 417. chicago4hillary  |  July 6, 2008 at 4:02 pm

    Hillary was the best qualified.DNC leaders took over our party.
    We have to show them that we are not sheep and can think for ourselves.I knew how the conservative right REP. were.But it broke my heart as I watched the Dem party leaders treat Hillary
    Clinton in such an unfair manor. I for one will never vote for Obama
    I have lived all my life with Chicago politics. Read about our politics and you will understand how and who taught Obama his dirty tricks

  • 418. TEXAS4HILLARY  |  July 7, 2008 at 12:41 pm

    GREAT NEWS!!! I just read on this site that 8 Superdelegates just switched over to Hillary. Read post number 57.
    Now all we have to do is get the rest of them to switch to her.

    YIPPPEEEEE!!! thats a start.


  • 419. Carol Edington  |  July 7, 2008 at 1:29 pm

    I am not voiting for Obama–but from what I understand a write-in for Hillary will be a vote for Obama. Let me know if I am wrong on this. I believe Hillary was unfairly treated by the news media and by the DNC. I am also amazed at the lack of experience that Obama has–how was he able to get this far? We have to get Hillary’s name placed in nomination in Denver. Maybe Nobama will self-destruct by August!!!!

  • 420. Dorthy in Oz  |  July 7, 2008 at 4:23 pm

    No BO in the Whithouse. I’ll never vote for a man of his kind. If we defeat BO in November then McCain will bring this country to its knees and turn the Middle East into a ball of flame that only our Hill will be able to put out. We will be ready to take power in 2012 and our girl will take her rightful place; back in the whitehouse where SHE belongs.

  • 421. anonymousVA  |  July 7, 2008 at 5:57 pm


    We just CAN’T AFFORD IT!!!!!!!

    My kids are NOT going to be sent for another mistake (Iran War) because this bozo gets into office.

    Vote No to McCain…

  • 422. Barbara  |  July 7, 2008 at 8:58 pm

    will not vote Obama, will go McCain or write in Hillary

  • 423. tillerylakelady  |  July 8, 2008 at 1:04 am

    This Democrate under no circumstances will vote for Barack Obama. He couldn’t tell WE THE PEOPLE the truth if his life depended on it. I and my whole Democratic family will vote McCain if Hillary is not on the ticket.GOOOOOOOOOOOOO PUMAS

  • 424. Joyce  |  July 8, 2008 at 4:12 pm

    Count me in. I submitted a comment before, but I can’t find it!

  • 425. 30yrdem-not any more  |  July 8, 2008 at 5:14 pm

    Add me to the list….#425…I hope when I check back the list has grown…I will be voting McCain if Hillary is not the nominee..I don’t trust Obama…

  • 426. unwilling to join O  |  July 8, 2008 at 5:25 pm

    no way Obama
    B Hussein O is a thief
    with the DNC blessing
    count me in

  • 427. deenj  |  July 9, 2008 at 2:23 am

    Count me in – no vote for Obama

  • 428. Lisa  |  July 9, 2008 at 4:26 pm

    I was just solicited by the DNC to donate to Obama. I was so offended. This was my reply when I went to unsubscribe.
    I no longer wish to be involved with a party that will smear one of their own canidates in order to ignore 18 million people to have their per-selected person nominated. I feel that being party to the DNC woud be supporting gender bias. I do not support Obama, as he was not the nominee selected by the majority of 18 million votes that were ignored.

  • 429. Kim DeMarco  |  July 10, 2008 at 5:08 pm

    I will not vote for Obama.
    I cannot vote for arrogance, we have just had 8 yrs of that.
    Hillary or McCain !!!

  • 430. Alasha  |  July 10, 2008 at 8:49 pm

    i’m not insane…that’s why i’m votin’ 4 mccain

    african american hil supporter

  • 431. Bornagaindem  |  July 11, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    I will never vote for Obama. As someone else said he is unelectable, unqualified , and illegitimate. I thought the democratic party stood for democracy and in a democracy the winner is the one who gets the most votes. The choice is clear. We can send a message to the democratic party that we the people are in control and not the super delegates and the DNC leadership. Or we can capitulate like the spineless dems always do. If Obama loses in November they will get the message- fight for our rights or continue to lose elections. If we give in the only message they will get is they can do this all over again and ignore half of the party. A one term republican president controlled by a newly chastised democratic congress is a small price to pay for making it clear who is in charge.

  • 432. Ryan  |  July 12, 2008 at 2:18 am

    You’re on crack if you’re moving from supporting Hillary Clinton to John McCain. John McCain is a rubber stamp for everything that the GWB supports. Obama may not be your ideal pick, but voting for him because you’re upset with how things turned out does yourself a huge disservice. McCain and Hillary have little in common. Don’t waste your vote on another 4 years of the Bush administration.

  • 433. txforhillary  |  July 12, 2008 at 4:21 am

    I am still heartbroken:( I cannot get on the BO bandwagon….Howard Dean, Nancy Pelosi and many other ‘high’ ranking DNC members should be ashamed! Pelosi is just jealous..She seems to think she is the MOST important woman in Washington….She doesn’t and never will hold a candle to Hillary Clinton….I AM ONE OF 18 MILLION…

  • 434. Rosa D. Espinosa  |  July 12, 2008 at 5:00 am

    I am thrilled that I found this blog today. I actually heard about it on TV and I immediately went to my computer to search for my brothers and sisters who are out there somewhere and needed a place to meet and speak about our candidate SENATOR HILLARY CLINTON! We have not gone away just like she is not leaving the political scene. Rest assured that I will not vote, neither will my family members, for OBAMA. He is arrogant, inexperienced, and scary. I hope that Hillary does not accept the VP nomination since OBAMA will just be using her to obtain the Presidency. Hillary’s supporters will just have to wait for 2012 to get to see a woman President.

  • 435. PHDinVA  |  July 12, 2008 at 6:04 am

    I set 18,000,000 as my computer screen-saver. I am an “educated” woman–PHD in Virginia. I cant believe I am watching Fox news–CNN is out! If Hillary is VP on the ticket, I will vote for her. Although, I think she is so compelling and powerful in her own right–with 18,000,000 primary votes and 209 million, and great Senator of NY, the VP might be a step-aside? I just dont buy the Obama rhetoric–superficial–and the “elite” thing–seems we are excluded. Thanks for this website support!

  • 436. AnnieCarmel  |  July 12, 2008 at 7:00 am

    1 in 18 million for Hillary. When will we get an update on the total of our fund raising efforts to pay off the debt? Can’t wait to rub the DNC’s nose in it. Never Obama. PUMA

  • 437. Janice Outten  |  July 12, 2008 at 7:06 pm

    I am not one of your 18 million as I am an independent & could not vote in the primary’s. But for the general election, has anyone polled to find out how many of us independents feel the same? Would that not boost the number of 18 million that will not vote for O’Bama? Perhaps the DNC really needs to see the damage they have done to themselves & have shot themselves in the foot. Vote democratic in the house & senate, but Repub in the oval office? We need a commitment as to how we will vote and present that to the DNC to let them know how serious we are. But as far as super delegates are, perhaps we need to also show them to that their position is endangered.

  • 438. Mary  |  July 13, 2008 at 2:40 pm

    I was just kicked off Carpetbagger Report for criticizing Obama.

    I will be writing in Clinton in November, no matter what the DNC and Obama do at the convention.

  • 439. rAGing in Florida  |  July 13, 2008 at 11:51 pm

    seems like an eternity since Hillary suspended. I am now officially an Independent. plan on voting McCain unless Hillary gets back in the swim. the stench of Obama grows every day.

  • 440. TEXAS4HILLARY  |  July 14, 2008 at 1:09 am

    Here is a link you can go to and read updated info.

    You will find MORE Clinton supporters. Come join us and read about what is going on and what we are doing.



  • 441. fan jiao  |  July 14, 2008 at 4:27 pm

    I found this web site after watching CNN.
    Yes I am one of those 18 millions. I am in.
    Thank you very much

  • 442. Ellis  |  July 14, 2008 at 4:48 pm

    Mary 438,

    Be careful with that write-in stuff. Some states will give your write-in vote for Hillary to Obama, if he’s the official Democratic canddate. Check your state’s rules. If that’s the case, you may want to choose another candidate that’s on the ballot.

  • 443. solid4hill  |  July 14, 2008 at 6:07 pm

    There is no way I could with conscience vote for BO. I am an African-American woman 61 years of age and I have sense enough to know that there is no such thing as a “free lunch.” BO panders to everyone simply to get elected and there is absolutely no way that he can get any of those hugely grandious plans such as 800 Billion for fighting world poverty; another 50Bil handout for gas; everyone over 50 (which constitutes the Baby Boomers, the largest constitutiency) exempted from paying tax. Come’on. Give me a giant break! Who is he kidding?? He has hustled to get to the top every since he sold himself to the Chicago Daly-machine and Axelrod. He is dangerous and he does not have the experience nor decision-making to know what to do in these trying times. We must unite with PUMA Pac and every other grassroots organization to defeat this guy before he finishes the train wreck GW has put in motion. Don’t be afraid to vote for McCain. He has military savvy; he will be good on national defense and he will have to work with a Democrat congress and they will keep each other in balance. Don’t fall for the Obam-ade dream. Vote as though your vote makes a difference for the future of this country because it does. We missed a grand opportunity to have a candidate with intellect and experience and a plan for America–if it is not too late I hope we will get to vote for her in November. Surely enough stuff is in BO’s closet that it will become increasingly difficult for him to get elected for anything, possibly even IL Senator after this is over. Hillary for President! BO-never!

  • 444. Clara McKenzie  |  July 14, 2008 at 6:44 pm

    If we truly support Hillary, then we will do as she asks and vote for Obama. She knows how to get things done, so I will vote for Obama. Those of you who think you know better than Hillary are fair-weather friends and deserve another 4 years of Bush policies.

  • 445. Patricia Olivares  |  July 15, 2008 at 4:49 pm


  • 446. JC  |  July 15, 2008 at 6:26 pm

    First of all, I will not simply obey any politician simply to fall in line. Hilllary may ask me to support BO, but it is my choice. The great thing about our country is you can disagree with your politicians and act accordingly. I will not vote for BO because I do not know what he will do as president. He has no problem with spying on the people of this country, buying a 2 million dollar home for 1/4 of it’s value which, buy the way, allows him to get away with paying much less in property taxes, thus reducing his share of state funding for education, health care, civil improvements. What ind of Democratic politician schemes to avoid paying his fair share towards the very things he claims to value? And if it’s true he wants people 50 and over to not pay taxes, he’s once agan putting the tax burden on the young and poor and their families.

    Can anybody read between his lines? I can.

  • 447. JC  |  July 15, 2008 at 6:30 pm

    In addition, The DNC is so corrupt now I cannot believe they really care about the platforms and agendas they promote. They have lied, manipulated, stole, insulted, back-stabbed and more. And this to members of their own party! What kind of integrity is that? I can’t knowingly support such corruption.

    To go with BO and the DNC after what they’ve done in the last 17 months is like a battered wife returning to her abusve husband in order to keep the family together.

    To all who say we 18 million are giving the game to the Republicans, I say get lost. It’s you who gave it away, over and over during the primary season.

  • 448. imustprotest  |  July 16, 2008 at 4:07 am

    You know Clara if you are sincere, which I am sorry I believe you are not, then go to a pro obama site. You come to this site to make a comment that is contrary to every other comment. Why does this site threaten you so? If you are so comfortable with your selected candidate then please, enjoy, blog happy. Don’t come on these sites to try to convince others of your enlightened opinions. I recommend DKOS, Huff/Puff and obamas own website.

  • 449. Lynn L  |  July 16, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    The DNC leadership is corrupt and I ashamed of all democrats who follow them. I will not vote for OB in November. I am one of the 18 million and proud of it. vote McCain

  • 450. tillerylakelady  |  July 17, 2008 at 3:03 am

    Please reconsider your vote. If you write in Hillary, It’s just a lost vote for McCaine. I also am a Hillary supporter, and I hope that by the grace of God something happens before November to put her back on the ticket. BUT if that doesn’t happen, there is not a snowballs chance in hell-o that i will support Obama,I will vote for McCain.At least he has experience in foreign policies and I believe more since to run the Government. HILLARY is supporting Obama because she has no choice she is still working in the same congress that selected Obama

  • 451. hillry4evr  |  July 18, 2008 at 5:35 am

    Obama isn’t fit to clean my house much less be in the WHITE house.

    He should be out picking cotton or in prison because he stole the nomination from a WHITE woman.

    I don’t care how many delegates he won and I don’t care about this country if we can’t get Hillary in the WHITE house.


  • 452. ptc  |  July 19, 2008 at 2:06 am

    You guys are a joke. Support Hillary by helping to elect John McCain? Good god. Give it a rest already. You are Republicans.

  • 453. b  |  July 20, 2008 at 5:20 am

    This is horribly, horribly sad. While you can maybe make a halfway decent argument that Hillary would be equal to or better than Obama — not that I’ve really seen one to this point — the idea that we’d be better off with McCain as president is just ludicrous.

  • 454. bluemorning  |  July 20, 2008 at 10:20 am

    Count me in- NOBAMA!!

  • 455. Sonya  |  July 20, 2008 at 5:16 pm

    Sorry pal… This is not a joke! These people are taking a stand against stupidity. They cannot see a good reason to vote for Obama other than perhaps…. Oh my God if we don’t vote for Obama, McCain will win. Sorry, that argument isn’t strong enough to convince people. He’s really lacking in experience which means he’ll probably do more damage than good for this country. Will he lower gas prices? I doubt it. He has no ties with the oil industry. So far… he’s managed to split the party more than any other Democrate in history. It seems he’ll do anything to win. And of course, as I knew even before the primaries ended so badly… now in many states he’s only 1 point a head of McCain. Where’s his solid lead? His guaranteed win? It’s unlikely that he will win. Just as Kerry and Gore didn’t win before him. They were NOT the Clintons or anything like them. If this party wants to win an election, they to stop listening to the old party leaders, get smart and then start picking winning candidates. I backed the Clintons because #1 THEY GET THE JOB DONE IN THE WHITEHOUSE! That’s why people love them! And they know how to win an election too and they can as long as all of the Democratic Party leaders are behind them. They are brilliant and know what they are doing. Sorry, Obama may be intelligent, but he’s not ready for the White House. He didn’t even want to continue debates with Hillary because she out debated him every single time! I never thought that I woundn’t stand behind my party, but this party has gotten very stupid recently and I can’t support a party that makes terrible choices. I have no doubt in my mind that if Hillary Clinton was running against McCain she would win the White House. Isn’t that the goal people? Winning?! We can’t get anything done unless we win and until the DNC gets intelligent fast the Republicans will continue to win and make all of our lives miserable. The Replicans are lousy are at running the Government, but unfortunately for all Americans, they are brilliant when it comes to winning the White House. They’ve convinced all of their supporters even the poor ones not to vote their wallet!! Their biggest and best campaign slogan is WE WILL NOT RAISE TAXES! Sure, they will not raise taxes but their stupid one sided, big business supporting polices will cause such a bad recession that everyone will be paying a lot more for food and gas than ever before and the ecomony will completely tank, but dammit who cares as long as the taxes didn’t get raised. People fall for it everytime just as they will this time. We had recession after the last Republican left the White House so this one is no suprise. And how much do you want to bet that a month or two before the election, gas prices will go way down!!! Of course they will, because somehow the Republicans do have the power to manipulate gas prices. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that both Bush Senior, Bush Jr. and Cheney all have strong ties with big oil. Heck the Republican party is BIG OIL. They are one in the same. Cheney had to quit his job over at Exxon Mobile (I believe) so he could be our wonderful Vice President. And what a wonderful VP he’s made. It appears the oil industry now has record profits, but I’m sure his position as 2nd in command of this country has not had any influence on big oil profits. I’m sure he didn’t help them at all in any way. NOT!!! Mark my words… gas prices will go down just prior to the election and we’ll probably have one or two really good terrorist scares as well. Just to really drive home the point that in order to really be safe this country needs McCain. And guess what… people will fall for it because they always do. And Hillary.. in with her knowlegde and brillilance about winning elections and fighting the Republicans, will sit back, watch it all happen and say to herself…….I told you so.

  • 456. vernon  |  July 21, 2008 at 11:50 pm

    I just can’t cast a vote for Obama. He just reminds me too much of GWB.
    No experince, no record, a bunch of warm fuzzy slogans and an adoring core of sycophants who would make any excuse for him.

  • 457. hoosiermike-PUMA  |  July 22, 2008 at 3:11 pm

    Count me in–I’ll never vote for Obama after the way the Democratic Party has botched this primary process. What a joke Obama is. Hillary is the only right choice for our country, for our children and our childrens’ futures.

    Clinton ’08, Clinton ’12

  • 458. joseph  |  July 23, 2008 at 3:28 pm

    Count me in. I have never seen such a chauvanistic smear campaign in my lifetime. Dean, Axelrod, Kerry, Kennedy, MoveOn, Huffington…they are off my list. I am either supporting Paul, Nader, or writing-in Hillary Clinton. Also, I am doing my best to denounce Obama as a flip-flopper. I wonder how his hypnotized followers rationalize his current policy shifts. Well, hope was a nice dream. Now, it is clear that the “change” he meant was the change in his own politics after he won the election.

  • 459. joseph  |  July 23, 2008 at 3:29 pm

    Also, I used to support MoveOn and Huffington. Now, I will not give them a thought.

  • 460. jeaps  |  July 24, 2008 at 3:45 am

    I will never vote for Obama. I can’t bring myself to vote for McCain either. I’ll either vote third party or skip the presidential election altogether. It will be the first time in my fifty seven years I’ll not vote for president. It absolutely amazes me that despite all the money spent, both party’s ended up with such unacceptable candidates. What a waste!

  • 461. man4hill  |  July 27, 2008 at 2:32 am

    I am outraged at the treatment that Hillary Clinton has received from the media and the DNC;and—I am outraged that when the people spoke up with a resounding voice,after the Rev.Wright issues came up with Obama,that the Super-Delgates did just the opposite of what they were designed to do……..which was to recognize when a candidate is too flawed to win,and migrate in the direct of the most electable candidate. The people couldn’t have sent a stronger message to the Super-Delegates,after the Rev. Wright issues arose,that they wanted Clinton,not Obama. But did they follow the people,at any point ,in the last half of the campaign? No! They continued to flow in the direction the liberal press told them to flow. The Press literally ,Black-mailed everyone in to submission….”.If you don’t stay with Obama ,we’ll blast you with everything we’ve got.” ,was the message the media insinuated to all. It was understood and witnessed by all,in their tactics and actions. The people were totally ignore,and then the DNC joined in for the final kill…..further disenfranchising,who???? The people! I think the people should have the last say!!!! To heck with the DNC and the media. We want Hillary! Not Obama! Obama scares us to death! I am not sure he is not trying to make his own “Brave New World” after his trip abroad. As a matter of fact, not only do I want to know more about Obama,but I am beginning to want to more about these NBC and CNN media people. I am beginning to think their all terrorist plants,trying to force this man in to the slot.

  • 462. Debra Huston  |  July 27, 2008 at 11:35 pm

    I am one of 18million. I would love to see Hillary as an Indeoendent. There is no way I will vote Obama. He is a fraud. He presents himself as New and Fresh and is in fact using all the old Political tricks in the book to get elected. The man’s friends are terrifing and Obama’s tactics are underhanded. I would love to be a part of the march on Denver. If anyone knows how to get a hold of the PUMAs for Clinton, please blog the info somewhere.



  • 463. Joyce  |  July 29, 2008 at 8:45 pm

    Debra; go to ‘’, and you can get info about the march on Denver.
    PUMA Power!!

  • 464. Katherine  |  July 30, 2008 at 12:30 pm

    I am one of 18 million, and I own my vote!


  • 465. HalForLarry  |  August 1, 2008 at 12:32 am

    This is finally going to take Obama and his peeps down!



    the gay man who has claimed he had sex and did drugs with Barak Obama in Chicago!!!

    Larry Sinclair will be my guest at 9:00 PM eastern time tomorrow night. Be sure to tune-in as this man talks about what he did with the presumptive Democrat nominee for President.

  • 466. Bill DuBose  |  August 2, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    Count me in! How can the Democratic Party Ignore the largest Poular vote in history,and not put Hillary’s name in nomination at the convention! The people have spoken….they have told of Obama’s unsurmountable flaws,of associations with anti-white racist,and radical frienships for over 20 years. The American people are still waiting to be heard. The Dem. Party will have the opportunity to remove all of the disenfranchisements,at the convention,and allow all of the people to have their voice heard. If they continue to carry this policy of disenfranchising the people,they stand to loose ,not only this race,but a big population that use to call themselves Democrats.

  • 467. Ms. Dale Schock  |  August 4, 2008 at 11:05 am

    My husband and I are 1000% behind Hillary I just sent her money to help with her debt. We have been democrats for 40 years but that will end if she is not put into nomination at this convention in August.
    I was watching Pelosi the other day hawk her new book on The View and she stated that she is the most powerful women in this country by virtue of being third in line to the Presidency. And I finally realized why Pelosi & the other most powerful woman in the world Oprah were so against Hillary. That realization came because they would no longer be the most powerful women on this planet therefore with the abundant pocketbook of Oprah & the clout of Pelosi they set out to stop Hillary. Knowing this we must consider how we can use this to benefit our next President Hillary R Clinton and insure her place in history.

  • 468. PhxNickD  |  August 7, 2008 at 7:17 am

    As a 20+ year democrat I left the party on March 30, 2008 after seeing what the Dem party was doing. I guess I was not wrong. Hoping to be in Denver to show my support for Hillary

  • 469. Nancy  |  August 8, 2008 at 1:10 pm

    I think it’s pathetic how you people (467 strong? after two months?) are trying to create a split in the party over your bruised egos. Don’t you know what’s good for you? Just listen to you: “vote HRC or vote McCain.” McCain?!? Seriously? Shows how much you really care about the issues. Get over yourselves.

  • 470. spsuzee  |  August 9, 2008 at 9:12 pm

    Thanks for this forum. I am for Hillary 08-12′. I am sick of hearing pundits say we are a small and insignificant political group. I want them to hear the PUMAs roar at the convention. NoBama noway!

  • 471. Mike in MI  |  August 11, 2008 at 4:51 pm

    Count 2 more for Hillary’s 18 million. POTUS all the way!

  • 472. Garrett Hunsaker  |  August 19, 2008 at 2:47 pm

    What’s that smell? Oh it’s called…BUYER’S REMORSE!!!! It’s not to late Obamatons…

  • 473. glennmcgahee  |  August 20, 2008 at 8:23 pm

    Glad to see that although this post is old, we are still coming forth. Count me in. But count me out of the Democratic Party.

  • 474. Steve from Atlanta  |  August 23, 2008 at 5:25 pm

    I read all the comments on this site and now I would like to cry or at least wash, because I feel like I’ve been dirtied by all the anger on this webpage. I also am horrified that others may be feeling the same way and we could have 4 more years of Republican rule because some people don’t like losing.

    You people are full of hatred. That’s the only way to say it. Non-racist non-sexist hatred, but hatred nonetheless. It really saddens me.

    I voted for Hillary in the primary because I thought that she was the best candidate of the three credible candidates in the primary. I will be voting Obama because he is the best of the two credible candidates in the general election. I am not propelled by anger as so many of the people posting here clearly are.

  • 475. MARISA  |  August 24, 2008 at 2:19 am

    I think how Hillary Rodham Clinton was treated by all the ususal suspects was beyond disgraceful, unecessary, and unacceptable and anyone that believes her supporters should just get over clearly has zero issue with women getting disrespected in other arenas where we are trying to advance my solution for all of Sen. Clinton’s supporters is to STAY HOME, remember we dont count according to the media and those star struck by the CHOSEN ONE, were just a small number of the bitter fringe so we wont really be that important of a loss blah blah blah, so why does Obama need us all of a sudden is it because the polls are close, I thought the Clintons were outdated, politics of the past why do they need her supporters since all of Obama’s new voters should be plenty enough for him to win right,and somebody wanna tell the likes of Hillary Rosen to shut the hell up I’m sick of these so called Clinton people poppin off to the media about how us voters will just fall in line her the Ed Rendells with his day after she shouldnt be trying to get a VP job, Hillary Rosen with her so offended by Hillary non concession speech, the likes of these folks are just trying to vie for jobs if Obama somehow wins, McCain cant be trusted although he showed Hillary somewhat more respect than the whole DNC but he did laugh at his supporter with that “how do we stop the bitch” comment cant forget that one, folks just STAY HOME

  • 476. SM  |  August 24, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    I will now be voting for John McCain. The Democratic party and the Obama campaign has showed too much disrespect for the Clintons and their supporters. McCain has some good issues too and I will go with the team that most represents my own personal values and the one that I trust the most. McCain in 2008! Clinton in 2012!

  • 477. Cindi  |  August 24, 2008 at 6:49 pm

    Hillary is the only choice for me.

  • 478. fran corley  |  August 24, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    voted for hillary. i trust john mccain with my country.

  • 479. Sue  |  August 25, 2008 at 3:29 pm

    Did I miss something somewhere? When the Clintons were in office gas prices were low, the economy was good, we had a surplus and not a deficit (now in the trillions), we weren’t in any wars, and we had the respect of the world. Wouldn’t we want to get back o that page? So I don’t get it? Why all the disrepect toward Hillary? What’s really going on here and just who really is propping up Obama (5 years ago he was little-known senator catapulted into a rock star icon). I am disgusted by the what has happened to the Democratic party and I will not be voting for Obama. Whether my vote counts or not, I will be writing in Hillary as a protest for the dirty politics of the primary and the sheep-like mindset of American voters. Glad this blog is here!! Keep up the good work.

  • 480. John  |  August 26, 2008 at 12:33 pm


    Just some honest questions:

    If Hillary is now supporting Barack Obama, who we believe to be a bad guy, doesn’t that mean she is bad for supporting him?

    If she is just pretending, however, or doing it for the sake of the party but really feels differently, wouldn’t that make her a fake/phony/hypocrite/fraud/liar?

    If she is geniune in her support, and we believe in her experience and judgement, shouldn’t we then support a candidate she supports and not sit at home/vote for someone else who doesn’t represent our values?

    I would really appreciate any honest answers to these questions.


  • 481. judy halpin  |  August 26, 2008 at 3:19 pm

    I m one the 18 M who will never vote for BHO.
    Country before party

  • 482. Laurie  |  August 26, 2008 at 3:39 pm

    Don’t let the DNC’s stupidity turn you into a Republican. Don’t vote for another Bush. Keep your resolve and vote for the Democrat who SHOULD be our nominee! Write in Hillary Clinton. You CAN write in and vote for anyone you want, you don’t have to pick one of the two boobs on the touch screen. I am voting by mail-in absentee ballot, and as Americans we have the right to vote for whoever we want. WE WANT HILLARY! Get an absentee ballot from your local voter registration office and write in Hillary! Let the DNC know we have a choice and are not their puppets!

  • 483. solid4hill  |  August 27, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    Writing in a candidate is a vote for Nobama and that is the worse thing for the country. The DNC and their shenanigans created this mess. Hillary won enough votes to be the candidate because she is the most qualified of everyone who ran in either party. It was the tired old has-beens of the Dem party and the behind-the-scenes so-call (un)Super Delegates that literally gave the nomination to this junior leaguer. Now, they suppose that in the name of party affiliation, we who absolutely protest them and him will fall in line like lemmings for “party unity.” That is so absurd. I am an intelligent, college-educated, 61 year old African-American who is quite capable of making up my mind for whom I will cast my vote. I choose to use it strategically this year. Likely the Dems will pick up seats in the House and Senate; elect John McCain as president. He has shown himself very capable of working with Democrats and at least he has a record of service. I hardly think 143 days in the Senate (if that many) qualifies someone to be given the keys to the Whitehouse. The super Dems just don’t get it. We love Hillary and everyone now knows what we knew all along: she should be the nominee and she would most certainly win the election. Instead we have the other guy who, beyond the roar of the hyped up crowds, doesn’t offer much more than he did in 2002, a speech. I can’t wait to see him fall into political oblivion so that maybe, just maybe, for the first time in his life, he will have to do some really hard work learning how to become a person of substance. Now, all he is is a Manchurian candidate floated out of Chicago by the Daly-machine and Oprah. I don’t think America is ready for “the One who thinks he is the One we have been waiting for.” I can wait longer. And it does not give me hiccups at all to vote McCain. He has pledged to run only 4 years and then maybe, if she will consider it, we can finally have a fair chance at electing a true leader who just happens to wear pantsuits. The DNC is going down and I am loving it.

  • 484. Kelligesq  |  August 27, 2008 at 5:49 pm

    This is my first time posting here, and I want to thank you for marching in Denver. You all were terriffic. The Dems and DNC with their unity baloney underestimate how many we are because they only see a few thousand of us at Denver. No brains,. people have to work,may not be able to spend the money required for 3 or 4 days hotels, food, and airfare in Denver, besides the fact that for two months at least or more every hotel has been booked up and there were no places to stay. Even Florida delegates, allowed to go at the last minute, were begging at meetings, did anybody have any room for them in their hotel rooms.
    So much for 18 million and Pumas not really being representative or that there is true party disunity.

    The polls say differently.

    Thank you again for all you do.

  • 485. Kelligesq  |  August 27, 2008 at 5:53 pm

    RE: all the complaints by the Obama people, and Dem party insiders that the PUMA women and men, and “Clinton Diehards” are endangering Obama’s election:

    1) they shoud have thought of that before Obamanuts were trained to call anyone not supporting Obama, “you’re a racist” and in our face with that curse online and at caucuses in person. White kids screaming at Hillary caucus goers”You;re racist” wasn’t an accident, it was part of their training by Obama’s trainer straight out of Chicago – a planned intimidation.

    The stupidest thing they and Pelosi did was to have Clayburn out on national TV telling the most revered president since FDR to shut up and calling him a racist!

    2) The DNC said it didn’t need the older generation of Democratic voters, they had all these new college kid enrollees – well, we’ll see about that.

    3) If the DNC is now crying and cursing about the trouble they are in garnering the votes of 18 million Hillary supporters , they should have thought of that before they fixed and cheated at the caucuses, made new rules to close Hillary out as nominee, cut her delegates from Florida in half, gave UNCOMMITTED Michigan delegates to Obama (UNCOMMITTED means uncommitted, not Obama votes) and took away some of the Michigan delegates who voted for Hillary and gave them to their “chosen one”, and after every one of Hillary’s state wins issued an announcement that she was quitting the race at the end of the week.

    4) One would expect such crooks, liars, and cheats from the Republican Party,not the Democrats; but in 35 years of hard working for the Democratic Party, even when I didn’t like their candidate, I have never seen anything like what the Dems have done under Dean, Brazile, Pelosi, and Obama.
    Did they think the American public and Hillary voters were that stupid not to know and see the outrageous robbery of Hillary Clinton?

    So now, the DNC and the Obama Chicago thugs have split the party.

    5) Hillary is the most qualified to be President and the world knows it. Obama hasn’t even finished a term as a Senator. He has NO experience governing anything. He has lied in too many areas to name. He has broken promises in too many areas to name. Just because he’s black is no reason to vote for him as President. His background and associations and nonvetting by the media which has tried to push him down our gullets, is absolutely no reason to vote for Obama.

    6) The DNC has shown how low and corrupt it is and split the party.They stole the nomination from her by every trick ever known and new ones never heard of.
    The DNC split the party. They and their leaders are responsible for the split.
    Live with it.

    I’ll be writing Hillary in for President on my November ballot.
    As a Dem precinct captain, DEC member of my county, I’ve resigned and I’m never going back to the Democratic party.

    18 million voters are a wonderful group to start a new Democratic Populist Party, a viable third party with all of Hillary’s issues as our platform is desperately needed. And if Hillary’s closest advisors could and would convince her, Hillary Clinton should be our leader.

    Kelli Gesq, Florida

  • 486. californian4clinton  |  August 30, 2008 at 4:23 pm

    I agree with you Kelligesq; people should have remembered that the inhouse fighting was going to wreck the bar b que. I cannot believe how many Obama voters have gotten in my face after asking me who I was going to vote for. I have been called names and been excluded from situations because I was for Clinton.
    Society has been reduced to high school; being P.C. just means you are going to get your ass kicked and lose something. It is now a weakness because the only way to win is to be ugly, mean, overly agggressive and if the word racist helps, throw it on top!. That way no one wants to get close enough to compete; instead they would rather retain their humanity and move on. That is how losers win.
    That is where we are now. I am old school; I am P.C. and not changing. They may have stolen the arguement with a punch in the face and a fast hand, but the election in November, where they need votes like mine, they will feel a punch they never saw coming. They believe that it is my duty to vote for this new kid, but I own my voice and my vote. I will be there screaming for poetic justice on November 4 with the other 18million voices; we will be heard!
    In school they speak of society in terms of groups; dominant to subordinate. The dominant group(white males) generally can sit back and watch the other groups (in this case women and African Americans) beat the crap out of eachother while trying to ascend to power. This allows the dominant group to stay in power because the “subordinates” are too beat up to fight them full force; they become disenfranchised and lose strength and conviction. It was so textbook for this all to happen the way that it did that I do not believe the high school history books are thoroigh enough. This was absolutely basic.
    Keeping the faith in California!

  • 487. Charlene Messinese  |  August 30, 2008 at 6:06 pm

    We need to start a NEW Democratic Party. I no longer consider myself a Dem, they no longer share my values and goals. They have become a party of POWER and MONEY, not a party for the people.

  • 488. fran corley  |  August 31, 2008 at 4:05 am

    The DEMOCRATIC PARTY has been in power for the last FOUR YEARS, think about it. Do we want to give them and pelose all the power, I don;t, I will be voting for John and Sarah….

  • 489. Joan Stanford  |  August 31, 2008 at 8:19 pm

    At first I was very disapointed to hear that McCain had not chosen Mitt Romney. I have confidence in Mitt to work for the good of our economy. I did not like it that Sara Palin had such small chidren to take up her time and possibly keep her from putting our economy and her job first.
    After listening to her, I have changed 180 degrees. She knows how to take people on and how to get things done I will be voting for McCain and Palin.

  • 490. Ann Eisenstein  |  September 9, 2008 at 3:38 pm

    I was devastated, as were most of you…she really did win – the media and the “race” yellers beat her…some of those media boys are paying now – a little – but a little too late. And the ones who holler about “race” all the time have never met the Clintons. I know racist pigs and they are nowhere close to that. I don’t know if I can write her in or not – SC – probably not. I was so damn mad that I wanted to vote for McCain just to piss all the dems off and beat their sorry asses for what they did, and allowed to be done, to the most qualified of all of them. Seems most everybody let out a skeleton or two this primary season – except Hillary. I even said to my friend, “If McCain’s smart, he’ll pick a woman to try and get all of us to vote for him.” And he did – sort of – he picked a modern looking woman half dressed in teenage rebellion and 18th century values. I have to say, she made me appreciate my mom a whole lot more – no AKA’s, no Bible beating with one hand, banning books and not allowing sex ed in school, and hiding everybody’s pregnancies longer than necessary. But, who am I to judge? If I cannot vote for Hillary in a write in, I will not vote at all…and that’s a shame. I have always been proud to vote. However, I cannot bring myself to vote Republican. Nor can I vote for a stupid man who sat in his pastor/mentor’s church for 20 years and never listened to his hate mongering sermons. Perhaps that’s because he is really a Muslim and didn’t want all that Christian love to cloud his little mind. I definitely want someone with experience – beyond city hall and 1 year in the senate, and what was it called, community organizing. Ever wonder what that could encompass? Many things that do not have to be on an approved list, esp. in Chicago. All I know is that if we manage to live through another Republican term in the WH, Hillary can have an easier run on the “I told you so” platform.

  • 491. M. Lugi  |  September 14, 2008 at 9:55 pm

    Count me in 18 Mil strong!! I NEVER thought Id say this…but “McCain-Palin08” I live in the swing state of Ohio, who McCain has pulled ahead in since choosing gov Palin.

    2012 will be HRC’s year… “I supported Hillary before to was cool to support Hillary”


  • 492. SPiHC  |  September 28, 2008 at 5:01 pm

    Sarah Palin isn’t Hillary Clinton.

    Compare and contrast their biographies and issue stances.

  • 493. Joyce  |  October 23, 2008 at 11:47 pm

    I am responding to John, #480: None of what you said about Hillary applies. She is a United States Senator and the spouse of our last sitting Dem President. It is her JOB to do what she is doing. She is doing what is required of her as a Member of Congress. She has constituents who support Obama, so she is once again showing strength of character rather than stooping to the level of her enemies and sitting back pouting. She is my HERO!!!

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June 2008

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