Saturday, May 17, 2008

Hillary Goes After TV Punditry

Posted by Teresa at 4:30 PM
She's not letting them tell her when to get out:

LORETTO, Kentucky (CNN) — Wrapping up a rally at the
Maker's Mark bourbon distillery on Saturday, Hillary Clinton
again argued that she leads Barack Obama in the popular vote
and attacked the television "punditry" that has suggested the
race is over.

"All those people on TV who are telling you and everybody else
that this race is over and I should just be graceful and say, 'Oh
it's over' even though I've won more votes - those are all people
who have a job," Clinton told supporters picnicking in the gardens
of the distillery.

"Those are all people who have health care. Those are all people
who can afford to send their kids to college. Those are all people
who can pay whatever is charged at the gas pump. They're not the
people I'm running to be a champion for."

"They keep telling me to quit," said Clinton. "I don't know, maybe
I was just raised with the kind of values you were raised [with]. You
don't quit on people and you don't quit until you finish what you
started and you don't quit on America."

She is right. Yes, she has less of a chance to get the nomination then Sen. Obama.
However, neither has clinched the delegates needed and there are people still
left to vote. So tell me again why these television personalities should be telling
her when to leave? Plus, she has public opinion on her side.

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