Geraldine Ferraro: Obama is Winning because he’s not white.

by Mr. Charrington on March 11, 2008

You might have to snort a line to keep up with what she is saying but in a nutshell…

Super delegates are the only ones smart enough to vote? Obama is only winning because he’s black and shes not saying this because shes an elite racist no no. Is anyone buying this shit?

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John Smithe 03.11.08 at 11:20 am

What a bunch of nonsense. Barack Obama is inspirational, and the right man for the job. If the right woman were running for the position, I would vote for her, but as it so happens, she is NOT right for any office. GF, you should be ashamed of yourself!

FreedomWriter 03.11.08 at 11:59 am

New day…new attempt by the Clintonite’s to derail the Obama Train. Get over it, Hillary!

I think Ms. Ferraro, who is the latest Clinton staff member diagnosed with a severe case of foot-in-mouth disease, holds a bit of a grudge dating all the way back to 1984. To suggest that the American people would NOT vote for Hillary and base it on sexism is very short-sighted. Personally I wouldn’t care if there was a Purple-Colored Martian running…as long as they were not a member of the “business as usual” elitists who have been running this country long enough. The way I see it, with our current choices, Obama IS the only candidate even capable (or willing) to bring about any semblance of change to Washington so I say “give the man a chance!!”.

I do, however, feel compassion for the Secret Servicemen who, regardless of the outcome of this election, will have to continue to provide Ms. Rodham-Clinton a safe environment while enduring her verbal tirades for simply trying to do their jobs.

Richard 03.14.08 at 10:29 pm

The really sad part is that she was an inspirational speaker when she was the VP candidate with Mondale in 1984 and more than willing then to take the opportunity to be the first “Woman” vice-president.

She got old and bitter like a lot of us I’m afraid. Now she has opened the door for the Dems to continue the road to self-destruction.

Sometimes we are our own worst enemies.

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