Aug 11, 2008

How To Not Accept The Truth

So, Clinton's minions aren't done yet. Seriously, they have decided Clinton's battle for the White House needs to go on and on and on.
The Denver Group, formed a couple of months ago by two Clinton backers, says it has filmed a television commercial and is looking to air it soon.
Um, she lost.
Meanwhile, another pro-Clinton group called “18 Million Voices” is organizing a march on Aug. 26 in Denver “and nationwide to support Sen. Clinton and advocate for women’s rights worldwide.”
Right, but she lost.
Some of the Denver Group’s goals are contrary to the Democratic Party’s.
Its goals include: an open convention; Clinton's name placed in nomination with no symbolic roll call vote; speeches allowed by supporters of Clinton on behalf of her candidacy; a genuine roll call vote with Clinton as a legitimate candidate; and “no coronation.”
Lost \ˈlost\ - adjective

1: not made use of, won, or claimed
2 a: no longer possessed b: no longer known
3: ruined or destroyed physically or morally : desperate
4 a: taken away or beyond reach or attainment : denied (regions lost to the faith) b: insensible, hardened (lost to shame)
5: hopelessly unattainable : futile (a lost cause)
The Denver Post recently reported that Clinton backers will hold signs that read, “Denounce Nobama's Coronation.”
I feel like you are not handling the losing thing well.
Clinton and many of her backers believe that, if there is a strategy of recognizing the New York senators’ delegates at the convention, it would be a cathartic experience and lead to a more unified Democratic Party.
Hi, opposite world, my name's Dave.


1 comment:

kiwirst said...

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I always thought that a coronation involved getting a crown & becoming king/queen? Not only taking losing badly, deluding to a kingdom as well?