Hillary Makes Strong Case For Obama


By BMIA.com Staff

August 26, 2008 – On a night when the world was watching, Hillary Clinton approached the plate and hit the ball over the fence and out of the ballpark. Grand Slam! Grand Slam!

Throughout this election process this blog has not been let’s say “Hillary Friendly.” That being said, Hillary Clinton gave the kind of speech tonight that proved that under the most trying circumstances, she can be a team player, put politics aside and enthusiastically support Barack Obama to be the next president of the United States. To use a sports analogy, she was “major league” tonight.

Hillary Clinton clearly put her cards on the table “face up” and told her supporters “Obama is my candidate.” She stated her case in clear terms and acknowledged the supporters of her historic campaign. She also challenged her supporters when she told them that Democrats cannot afford to stay home in November and let another Republican administration ruin the economy.

“Whether you voted for me or voted for Barack, the time is now to unite as a single party with a single purpose.”

What was your reaction to Hillary’s speech? Did she say enough to convince her supporters and undecided voters to support Barack Obama?

Articles written by “BMIA.com Staff” are unsigned reports from a member of the staff.

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2 Responses to “Hillary Makes Strong Case For Obama”

  1. “Throughout this election process this blog has not been let’s say “Hillary Friendly.”….Ummm, that being said, Hillary Clinton hasn’t been campaign friendly.

  2. Black Man Says:

    Touché Ro. You are correct. Hillary has not been “campaign friendly.” I wonder what Hillary thinks of McCain’s pick for VP.

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