Hillary Clinton… still in the game!


This election is the longest relationship I have had in a long time.
I’ve been confused, happy, upset, biter, angry, happy again, and confused again to the point of being disillusioned and then finding a happy moment to remember so that I stick it out! It’s crazy!

The question is, as Delilah wrote on my Crash the Parties! page… “wendy carrillo: would u say that hillary is a few french fries short of a happy meal?”

I don’t know Delilah… should she stay or should she go?
If she goes it would be trouble… but if she stays, it could be double!
Maybe a double-double!

Here are some numbers on Delegates according to CNN:
Obama: 1,881
Hillary: 1,713
Needed to win: 2,025

So… what should our party do? Should we continue with the popular vote?
Will Puerto Rico matter? Should we buy Hillary Clinton a Happy Meal?
Am I finally in a dysfunctional but committed relationship?

Let me hear your thoughts!

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8 thoughts on “Hillary Clinton… still in the game!

  1. adriana says:

    On some level, I kind of feel sorry for Hillary because she has such a huge ego that she can’t put it aside, and I’m sure that being married to Bill Clinton has worked a number on her self esteem in a personal sense… so she has had to inflate herself for the public.

    But that being said, I think that John Edwards just did a wonderful job highlighting Hillary Clinton’s fighting spirit in his endorsement of Obama.

    I really think that Hillary could turn it up a notch and become a great leader in the US Senate. She’s just too polarizing to be President during these tough times.

  2. adriana says:

    On some level, I kind of feel sorry for Hillary because she has such a huge ego that she can’t put it aside, and I’m sure that being married to Bill Clinton has worked a number on her self esteem in a personal sense… so she has had to inflate herself for the public.

    But that being said, I think that John Edwards just did a wonderful job highlighting Hillary Clinton’s fighting spirit in his endorsement of Obama.

    I really think that Hillary could turn it up a notch and become a great leader in the US Senate. She’s just too polarizing to be President during these tough times.

  3. Hamster with no wheel says:

    Is Hillary a few french fries short of a happy Meal? Just how many fries are suppose to be in a happy Meal anyway? I need to start counting making sure they aren’t shorting my daughter when she gets one.

    But, really, In my opinion, (and of course this is not based on anything but my experiences, filter blah blah) I believe that Hillary Clinton is a phenomenal woman. Hillary is a shewed and cunning business woman. But, I digress, She has made it her life to get to this point and she has gone a bit mad watching all her well laid plans ravel at the ends.She planned on being the winner and had blinders on.In her quest for the nomination she could not fathom others would not see her the nominee because she has created, molded and shaped her whole persona to be the prime candidate. She planned it all but as we know, you can’t control everything. She didn’t bank on Barack striking a cord the people. She didn’t plan on his speeches stirring harmony and hope in the hearts of so many Americans. Hillary is so driven to being the leader of this country but her well constructed mask has slipped a bit and revealed…a woman. She is fighting for something she loves that is being taken from her, much like a woman who is losing to another female rival for the man she loves. in this case, Hillary’s passion and love of her life is the nomination and Barack is “the other woman”. As the old saying goes Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned.
    So yes, she has probably lost a few fries along the way trying to grasp at the french fries that she saw being taken from her. As a woman, I kinda understand.
    This is not an endorsement btw, my vote is with Obama.

  4. Hamster with no wheel says:

    Is Hillary a few french fries short of a happy Meal? Just how many fries are suppose to be in a happy Meal anyway? I need to start counting making sure they aren’t shorting my daughter when she gets one.

    But, really, In my opinion, (and of course this is not based on anything but my experiences, filter blah blah) I believe that Hillary Clinton is a phenomenal woman. Hillary is a shewed and cunning business woman. But, I digress, She has made it her life to get to this point and she has gone a bit mad watching all her well laid plans ravel at the ends.She planned on being the winner and had blinders on.In her quest for the nomination she could not fathom others would not see her the nominee because she has created, molded and shaped her whole persona to be the prime candidate. She planned it all but as we know, you can’t control everything. She didn’t bank on Barack striking a cord the people. She didn’t plan on his speeches stirring harmony and hope in the hearts of so many Americans. Hillary is so driven to being the leader of this country but her well constructed mask has slipped a bit and revealed…a woman. She is fighting for something she loves that is being taken from her, much like a woman who is losing to another female rival for the man she loves. in this case, Hillary’s passion and love of her life is the nomination and Barack is “the other woman”. As the old saying goes Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned.
    So yes, she has probably lost a few fries along the way trying to grasp at the french fries that she saw being taken from her. As a woman, I kinda understand.
    This is not an endorsement btw, my vote is with Obama.

  5. That's So Paisa says:

    The truth about Hillary is that she is in fact going to come up with the short stick. She should stay in the race though. Obama may not win all the contests left and it would be negative to have a winner who is no longer in the race. So, that said, I feel it is in Obama’s best interest for her to stay in.

    Why she lives in a state of denial…well frankly, she always has. The Clinton Drama from the 80’s and 90’s showcased her inability to grasp reality. So, it’s not surprising that she still lives in a state of denial….which by the way she is favored to do well in that state.

  6. That's So Paisa says:

    The truth about Hillary is that she is in fact going to come up with the short stick. She should stay in the race though. Obama may not win all the contests left and it would be negative to have a winner who is no longer in the race. So, that said, I feel it is in Obama’s best interest for her to stay in.

    Why she lives in a state of denial…well frankly, she always has. The Clinton Drama from the 80’s and 90’s showcased her inability to grasp reality. So, it’s not surprising that she still lives in a state of denial….which by the way she is favored to do well in that state.

  7. That's So Paisa says:

    The truth about Hillary is that she is in fact going to come up with the short stick. She should stay in the race though. Obama may not win all the contests left and it would be negative to have a winner who is no longer in the race. So, that said, I feel it is in Obama’s best interest for her to stay in.

    Why she lives in a state of denial…well frankly, she always has. The Clinton Drama from the 80’s and 90’s showcased her inability to grasp reality. So, it’s not surprising that she still lives in a state of denial….which by the way she is favored to do well in that state.

  8. That's So Paisa says:

    The truth about Hillary is that she is in fact going to come up with the short stick. She should stay in the race though. Obama may not win all the contests left and it would be negative to have a winner who is no longer in the race. So, that said, I feel it is in Obama’s best interest for her to stay in.

    Why she lives in a state of denial…well frankly, she always has. The Clinton Drama from the 80’s and 90’s showcased her inability to grasp reality. So, it’s not surprising that she still lives in a state of denial….which by the way she is favored to do well in that state.

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