I promised you very few words, and I'm going to pay off on that. Look, there are people here who do not support Obama, or feel quite comfortable saying they will vote for him, but no more. They will not work for him, they will not donate to him. They will plug their noses and vote for him, and they've made clear, that's the best we can expect from them.
I say, so be it. I say let those people be, and stop trying to discuss or argue with them. They are entitled to their opinions and their passions. It's been going on here since Obama laid his hand on the Bible and we're all plenty familiar with the arguments, both ways.
Now, we're barely six months outside the election. Now we've got to commit despite our disappointments or choose not to. For those who choose not to, I say, fine. I no longer have any interest in convincing you to feel differently. And, for the rest of us I say, let us not waste one more minute, one more pie, or one more battle over this.
This is supposed to be a site for electing more and better Democrats. Let that start with the president, who I think deserves that. If you think he doesn't, then please, allow me to ignore you for now.
I want, I need, Obama to win this thing. And I want, I need, his down ticket to win. It's really that simple. You either agree that Obama and his down ticket needs to win, or you don't.
And if you don't, well that's your right. But I don't want to have to answer to you right now. And I don't want to see this site bogged down with that argument. It's a very important election folks, lets not agree to petty splintering. Ok, I'm done. Without going beneath the fold.
Short, and I'm sure not so sweet for some.