Thursday, June 29, 2006

An Open Letter To Peter Daou

Dear Peter:

Please tell your new boss that it's equivocating bullshit like this that's pisses off voters like me -- a Democrat looking for some dogdamn leadership.

While she did not directly chastise Republicans for Congress' failure to increase the minimum wage, it was clear her criticism was directed at the GOP.
Clear to whom? The "Value Voters" Hillary's sucking up to so they'll vote for her in 08? Man, please.

Listen, voters on both sides of the political spectrum see right through Hillary's campaigning schtick; her cringe-inducing pandering for the 'religious' votes is as obvious to everyone as is the high hilarity of GW Bush "the cowboy."
For Clinton, it is a difficult tight rope to walk as she continues to talk openly on faith and religion without speaking directly about the controversial social issues.
Peter, trust me on this: Hillary's no Flying Wallenda.
But like Rothenberg, Green believes that Clinton does "have some religious credentials."
You see what I mean? Note the word "some" from the above statement. Nobody's fucking buying what she's selling. No. One.

Shorter: If Hillary doesn't get real, right the fuck now, mine is just one vote she won't receive Nov. 08.

All bestest,
Capitola

5 Comments:

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