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"I get very passionate about what I think is right."-Hillary Rodham Clinton

Let me be clear..

I just wanted to pull this out of my Wednesday post over at Sky Dancing cause I think it is important…

 

What is interesting about these opinions, and actually all the angry speak from the Left, it seems the Koo-laid has finally run its course…like a virus. Only instead of this being one of those annoying stomach things that last for 24 hours, this particular Obama DINO viral diarrhea has been going on for over 2 years. This has me thinking forward. Now, I will be the first one to stand up and say that I am disappointed about Hillary Clinton getting out of public service. However, I will not dwell on this recent announcement from Hillary. I want to move forward, enough of the complaining. As Hillary supporters, we all were well aware of the One’s deficiencies. So lets put this behind us, and use the collective anger as inspiration…or at least a real firm kick in the ass.

It is time for us to seriously discuss a movement towards finding a challenger to Obama in 2012. There is a rumbling going on over at Cannonfire. Perhaps this New Deal can bring not only those 18 million voters who knew what we were in for with the big O…maybe it can bring all liberals together and embrace our historic past…and finally get a real Democrat in the White House.

I want to put this challenge out to all of our readers, don’t just voice your concerns, act on them. We really need to concentrate on this movement and keep the momentum going. I am willing and able to move on from 2008. I am going to get organized…and to hell with disagreements that broke up the party,  my Democratic Party. I want my party to focus on its core values again.

 

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