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So what are those Hillary supporters up to these days?

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Wow!!

It's long so I'll excerpt the letter, but a must read for democrats that feel like this woman.

Dear Rush,

It’s my great hope that some of your listeners find a way to get this letter to you, or that it makes it to “Snerdley” and finds its way into your hands. I don’t think even you understand just how much damage Obama has done to the Democrat Party — to the point where formerly lifelong Democrats like myself, and everyone here at HillBuzz.org, are actively working to expose the party and literally burn it to the ground for the good of the country.

None of this is being reported in the media, but a Civil War in the Democrat ranks has been raging since May 31st, 2008…a date every Hillary Clinton supporter knows well, because that was the date of the Democrat Rules & Bylaws Committee Meeting where Howard Dean (then-DNC Chair), Donna Brazile, and scores of other Kool-Aid slurping Obama flunkies took off their masks and revealed the full extent of the Leftist coup that had taken over the party. This was the day when the DNC took delegates Hillary Clinton won in Michigan away from her and handed them to Obama (despite the fact he wasn’t even on the primary ballot in that state, because he removed his name when his campaign realized he’d come in third in that race).

May 31st, 2008 was a day when Hillary “babes” (as you call us sometimes) like us flew to Washington in large numbers to stand outside the Marriott near the National Zoo, where this Rules & Bylaws Committee Meeting was held, to shout for the DNC to count all the votes and operate the nominating process fairly — but they refused. The anger over that day has never abated. In fact, it’s grown considerably since then.

This was the determining factor in millions of us leaving the Democrat Party for good. This was the day when the P.U.M.A. movement began — in response to Donna Brazile’s calls for “party unity” following the Rules & Bylaws Committee Meeting, we “Hillary babes” said “Party Unity My A$$” (or People United Means Action, depending on how you want to phrase it). Exit polls showed 8 million PUMA voted Republican for the first time in our lives in the fall of 2008…casting ballots for McCain/Palin (and in truth, mainly for Palin, whom we support, and not to a small degree because she receives many of the same attacks lobbed at Hillary Clinton all these years).
An Open Letter to Rush Limbaugh and His Listeners — With Notes on the Democrat Civil War Already In Progress « HillBuzz.org

Hillary "babes" never forget..

I honestly think that the Dem's are in a world of trouble come November 2nd. Some, even the most optimistic democrats are predicting a 60+ seat gain by Republicans, I think it might be much higher, maybe even 75 seats.


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I am a Hillary democrat, and I can promise you that there is no "civil war". We were disappointed but we understand how elections and primaries work, and also understand that Clinton cost herself the primary as much as Obama won it.
 

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I am a Hillary democrat, and I can promise you that there is no "civil war". We were disappointed but we understand how elections and primaries work, and also understand that Clinton cost herself the primary as much as Obama won it.
Interesting?


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I am a Hillary democrat, and I can promise you that there is no "civil war". We were disappointed but we understand how elections and primaries work, and also understand that Clinton cost herself the primary as much as Obama won it.
How can you do that?

Many Hillary supporters I know cheer every time Obama's poll numbers drop. The hope is he becomes damaged enough the Demo's dump him in favor of Hillary in 2012.

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How can you do that?

Many Hillary supporters I know cheer every time Obama's poll numbers drop. The hope is he becomes damaged enough the Demo's dump him in favor of Hillary in 2012.

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Yeah, well, you have some weird friends then because this is definitely a rare opinion among Democrats. Know why?

Obama is not a radical leftist. Democrats don't see him that way. Nobody who knows what socialism actually means could seriously think this applies to what Obama has done. Hillary wanted actual universal health care, instead of the insurance industry bailout that we got. But her supporters dislike Obama because he's a "radical leftist?" Please.

This is an article written by an obvious conservative, who has no real idea of what liberals actually think. This conservative may have voted Democrat in 2008 (uses the term "we" a lot) because they were that put off by the Bush administration, but this is definitely not the writing of an actual liberal. Look. We're not actually socialists. We don't think the government should do everything, is the answer to everything, and should take care of us. We don't think Obama is "the Messiah." We had high hopes, but most didn't expect magic to happen (we're just as cynical about government as you are. maybe moreso, because the Democrats have a loooong history of being utterly incompetent). That socialist radical marxist leftist statist deal is your own impression, and it's wrong.

So, when you learn to speak in normal person language and therefore maybe in the same universe as what liberals actually think, writer-of-OP's-article, maybe then you can actually draw an accurate conclusion about what liberals are doing.

So transparent, this. Oi.

edit: And I'd like to see some numbers on those "8 million PUMA" votes.
 
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Look at who is referring to this supposed "Leftist coup": HillBuzz.org I don't even more needs to be said.
Yeah... no actual liberal would ever use that term. Honestly, I think the "millions" of voters the writer described were actually Republicans who were put off by Bush and actually supported Hillary because oh hey woman president wooo, but when it came down to it they just voted the old (R) line.
 
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Huh, granted I'm no Hillary supporter, and I would never have come across this site if not for it being on another forum I post at, but come on; this whole site is dedicated to the love of Hillary Clinton. Not exactly a bastion on conservative values? Are you all dillusional? :)

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The website not just anger for Obama. It's just a site to vent hate for dems.

It's a facade for a conservative blog.

From today's HillBuzz.org:

'If you like what we do, chip in for the resources we need to creatively take those punches at Democrats that Republicans, for whatever reason, just won’t take on their own."

VOTE for Fenn Little (R) against John Lewis (D) for the 5th Congressional District in Georgia.


"Commie Coons"

Put on your hat, get off your butt, get on your broom, and help O’Donnell take “the Biden seat” back for the people and win this election in Delaware.



As for that letter to the con de facto leader, it's got all the con buzz words, including but not limited to ACORN, SEIU, et. al. ...:lol:
 
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