As someone who became an American citizen just five years ago, I haven't been more proud of what this country has shown itself capable of in the last few years. The amazing pace of change, despite hiccups, is astonishing and inspiring.
With all the controversy following Rick Warren and his role in the inauguration I thought sharing this article would help shed some light on one of the constant lines of defense Warren uses (and I'm sad to say the Obama team). This is of course, his work with AIDS in Africa.
Yep, that's the former campaign manager of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Some of you may know me, as a pretty constant and ardent supporter of Hillary Clinton.
This isn't easy guys, it's been a tough year-and-a-half long campaign, but it's time to get together and let the divisions die down as we gear for the fight of our lives together
Senator Obama, the Kos community, Kos himself, myself, have rightly been upset over Geraldine Ferraro's racially insensitive comments. Now it's Reverend Wright's turn:
Mike Huckabee recently made some outrageous statements, big surprise right? Well, I think they should only add to our fear of a Huckabee presidency. I don't care if he were the most economically liberal man alive, with these social views, progressives should never even consider him. And to those who would not vote for Hillary Clinton in a potential matchup against him, please reconsider allowing this man to be become president.
Today we saw some great, positive developments in the ongoing battle between Obama and Clinton, especially in terms of the race wars that threaten to bring our party down.
In response to this diary I felt the need to find out the true feelings of the Kossacks on Hillary in a General Election.
I have heard alot of folks say they would not vote for Hillary should she be the nominee, they will either stay home or vote for a third party candidate. This could be a problem for Hillary if she is the eventual nominee, which i think she will be.
I want to get a sense of who Kossacks would vote for in this hypothetical General Election.
Now I know this diary is not too informative or opiniated, but it is inquisitive. So vote and opine.
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