|Well, that's a first.
||[Wednesday, Mar. 12th, 2008|06:31 pm]
The richest girl in town.
Never one to not vote, I can now actually envision sitting my ass at home come November.|
I knew you'd keep me company.
If Clinton wins the nomination, I'm done.
Geraldine Ferraro is the last motherfucking straw.
Excuse me while I go cuss and spit in the corner.
2008-03-13 05:28 am (UTC)
I am a little dense, so..
Who were you voting for originally, and how does this affect whether you will be voting later?
I will vote down-ticket. (Durbin and Schakowsky are Obama supporters as well as rather awesome in their own right.) But I will not vote in the top race if HRC gets the nomination after all this crap.
Voting for a Democratic candidate who engages in the worst kind of racist pandering isn't that different from voting for a GOP candidate, in my view. Especially when said candidate bent over backward to accomodate the GOP agenda in the senate.
Though again, since I'm in Illinois, it won't make a damn bit of difference as a protest vote. I'll just feel a little cleaner. If I lived in a swing state, it would hard to think about throwing away more Supreme Court slots.
The Supreme Court slots are what will keep me voting for H if she gets the nomination. RBG is holding on for dear life in the hopes that there will be a Democrat in office who will nominate somebody who won't overturn Roe and other crucial rights cases.
2008-03-13 02:07 pm (UTC)
I am always one to not vote and if Clinton gets in then I will return to my usually resting state.
if she get's the nomination, i'm not voting for her, or any ticket that's she's on, period... even obama billary... she need to sit her ass down... her behavior has been shameful and down right disrespectful...