posted on Jun, 1 2008 @ 10:03 AM
So your title was somehwat misleading. No problem. I've been called a racist by Obama supporters online for many months now. It doesn't offend me
Early in this primary I might have supported Obama. I was an Edwards supporter and didn't support Hillary because I dreaded the assault on her that
would be forthcoming from the Republicans. I was not prepared for the sheer hate Obama supporters displayed for a woman who has every right to be in
this race. I made the decision to support Hillary once Bill was slandered in my home state (SC). Cries of racism in the press against him sickened me
and hardened my resolve to support Hillary and reject Obama.
It really wouldn't matter to me if Obama were proven to be the second coming of Christ; I won't vote for him and neither will many, many hundreds of
thousands of women whom the DNC and media, along with online Obama supporters, have discounted and offended. We have been told we are not needed; we
have heard; and we won't be little sweeties who fall in line come November.
Consider this: At some Hillary rallies the phrase,"Iron my shirt," was yelled at her. If the same sort of denigrating phrase, such as, "Shine my
shoes," had been yelled at Obama the perpetrator would have been called racist. The first slur is simply considered funny -- not sexist, which it
Our displeasure with this primary season goes beyond the DNC saddling us with an unvetted, unqualified, scandal-ridden candidate who is sure to be
added to the long, unimpressive list of Democratic presidential nominees forced on us by the party. A party which, by the way, has produced only two
winners in the past forty years. One whom the same party has smeared over and over again for simply campaigning for his wife. Disgusting.
We'll remember in November.
But our votes may not count anyway if the Illuminati have decided Obama is the chosen one.