Jul 1st 2008 10:04AM I find it more than odd -- actually bizarre -- that former supporters of the woman considered the symbol of radical left wing liberalism, would now be defacing city government vehicles in Orlando, and blanketing the web with "feedback postings" that state how disappointed they are with the Democratic party because (ahem!) another liberal is getting the nomination.
The high level of motivation that the supposed "Clinton 4 McCain" crowd has in spreading the word everywhere simply doesn't make sense. Yes, it makes sense that a very few people would feel this way -- but a much lower level than the profile these people are creating on the internet and the media.
I kept thinking about this oddity -- like what WOULD make these people so damned motivated about such a relatively trivial issue (one liberal substituted for another one) and then an idea popped into my head. Maybe... just maybe... the real issue here isn't political philosophy, but the color of someone's skin -- the color of Barak Obama's skin to be precise.
Now why are we assuming that all these rabid "Clinton for McCain" talkers are actually the women they claim to be... or even the Democrats they claim to be?
More likely, they're the same rubbish who used to vote Democratic in the segregated south and now vote mostly Republican, but in essence are just the scum of any political party -- racist pigs.
My friends, keep a close watch on this pseudo-organized movement. Let's see if it goes beyond vandalism (again an oddity in Orlando -- Hillary-supporting democrats vandalizing cars and writing racial epitets?), and let's see who's the first to figure out who is actually in back of this movement.
KKK cloaks, anyone?
Sep 9th 2006 5:05PM To think that such oppulence is created by those who know of the world's undernourished and impoverished.