Donna Brazile is whining to Hillary Clinton about “angry” Hillary supporters here on Big Pink.
Apparently some commenters on this site have been communicating with Donna on her Blackberry and Donna is not happy to be called out on her Obama bias.
Hillary supporters like Carville and Begala were dumped as commentators by CNN for being open Hillary supporters after Obama complained to Sam Feist of CNN. Donna Brazile deceives CNN viewers by faking neutrality in the presidential race but is not fired.
We certainly hope that the new responsible officials bought in weeks earlier by the Hillary campaign will assess Donna Brazile’s public statements and call for her removal by CNN. Former campaign officials who failed to note Brazile’s pro-Obama tilt are busy today promoting irresponsible proposals to consider the friend of indicted slumlord Rezko on the national ticket.
Obviously these former officials while at the campaign did not fully understand the full corruption of Obama and the Chicago crowd nor did they understand that Obama is simply not qualified to be president. They also did not understand that Obama has already disqualified himself in big swing states Michigan and Florida by disenfranchising those key voters. Hopefully these former campaign officials were the ones leaking doubt to Big Media outlets and they are now gone.
According to Politico, Donna just wants to help Hillary not hurt Hillary. Donna thinks it is Hillary supporters who are “destroying her candidacy”. We provide a complete response email by Donna:
I have not endorsed. So, please do not assume a thing about my conscience but I can honestly say this: no one who provoke this kind of anger in voters deserves to be President.
Honestly, I am so tired of Hillary’s supporters and I believe the vast right wing is also behind these rants.
Do you know how many undeclared supers are now just turned off by people like you? Do you understand you’re hurting her and not promoting Hillary? Perhaps that explains why a candidate like Obama has raised $40 million in one month. You don’t have to email me again.
I am not worthy of your anger or rants. Besides, I head home to Louisiana and I get enough from my own hard working friends and family members.
We assume that Donna is blaming the victim, Hillary, here when she confusingly writes “no one who provoke this kind of anger in voters deserves to be President”. Donna is clearly not aware of the loathing and anger directed toward JFK, FDR, Abe Lincoln and just about any president worth a damn.
Assuming Donna is referring to Hillary, Donna appears in this sentence to disqualify Hillary from becoming president due to the “anger” Hillary “provoke”. In either case, whether Donna is blaming the victim or needs a refresher course in history it’s not as if plenty of Americans don’t find Obama repulsive and will never accept him as president.
If Donna is upset with Big Pink. Donna has more worries coming.
Hillary donors are angry and are threatening to withhold donations and some are already asking for refunds.
Hillary Florida donors are especially angry:
“If you’re not going to count my vote, I’m not going to give you my money,” said Mr. Cejas, who was the United States ambassador to Belgium from 1998 to 2001.
Christopher Korge, a Florida real estate developer who is another top fund-raiser for Mrs. Clinton, held an event last year in his home that brought in about $140,000 for the national party, which was set aside in a special account for the general election battle in Florida. But he told committee officials this week that if Florida’s delegate conundrum was not settled satisfactorily he would be asking for the money back.
“If we do not resolve this issue,” Mr. Korge said, “I think it’s safe to say there will be a request for a return of $140,000.”
There’s a revolt against the men in Massachusetts:
Last week, a group of Democratic women who support Clinton rallied in front of the State House. They want the state’s superdelegates – including Governor Deval Patrick and Senators Edward M. Kennedy and John F. Kerry – to support primary revotes in Michigan and Florida.
The men – all Obama supporters – are less than eager to take up their request. The women, lead by Senate President Therese Murray, have Clinton’s self-interest on their side. But they also have principle.
By disenfranchising voters in two states, the Democratic Party looks less than inclusive; and, Obama, the candidate who promises a different kind of politics, looks like he’s practicing the same old, same old. That’s wrong, and it’s also shortsighted. If the Obama campaign works to stifle votes now, how can any Democratic nominee complain if Republicans do the same in November?
Watch it Donna, those ladies look “angry”:
Clinton won the Massachusetts primary over Obama, despite his high-profile male supporters. Now, Clinton backers are pressuring the male political establishment to support revotes elsewhere.
The State House rally also included Boston City Council President Maureen Feeney; Suffolk County Sheriff Andrea Cabral; former state treasurer Shannon O’Brien; and former lieutenant governor Evelyn Murphy. They are threatening to withhold support for the party nominee, if they don’t like the way the nominating process plays out.
“Without us, there is no party. And if we leave, that wouldn’t be good,” said Murray, according to a State House News Service report.
Earlier this year, Murray, the first woman to hold the Senate president’s post, chastised Kennedy and other prominent men for abandoning Clinton to support Obama. “I don’t want to be pushed aside anymore,” said Murray. “I don’t want to be patted on the head, saying, ‘You did a good job on that, but now we got this young person, we got this attractive man, because you can’t get elected because the media said you couldn’t, because the polls said you couldn’t. We’re going to put this guy out front.’ ”
Watch it Donna, these ladies look really really “angry”. They are attacking the hypocrites full on. They are like a “hornet’s nest”, “wasps” – as the Massachusetts Obama male delegation would say:
Kennedy backs a delegate-driven nomination, rather than one determined by superdelegates. It’s a position of some irony, given his stance during the 1980 presidential campaign, when he and incumbent President Jimmy Carter battled through a nine-month primary season. Kennedy came into the Democratic Convention with fewer delegates than Carter, and pushed unsuccessfully for a rule to release delegates from their voting commitment. A few years later, the party embraced the rule that prevails today; so-called superdelegates can pledge their vote to whomever they prefer.
Kerry – the Democratic presidential nominee still haunted by how the votes were counted in Ohio in 2004 – told Clinton’s female supporters he cares about fairness, but has yet to finalize a meeting with them.
Patrick finally agreed to a one-hour meeting set for Thursday, after repeated requests from women who were among his staunchest supporters during his 2006 gubernatorial campaign.
Watch out, guys. Another revolution could be brewing in Massachusetts.
Oh, Donna. It’s not just the donors and the women – there are other troublemakers who are “angry”. There’s this video from “angry” Youtube watchamacallits – Oh, Donna, the internets people are “angry” too at all the ugly media bias – which probably includes you Donna:
It’s not only on the internets, Donna. We are sure you agree: the people are revolting.
They will be “angry” this Friday, April 11, 2008 – outside West 48th Street and Rockefeller Plaza.
Fire up your Blackberry Donna. There is more “anger” ahead.
[We’ll discuss more Donna emails and Donna’s role against Gays and Donna’s hypocritical roles as a “voter rights advocate” in the biggest election swindle yet – the voter disenfranchisement in Florida and Michigan.]