Everyone seems to be cautiously writing Clinton off for the primaries on Tuesday. And I think that is a major mistake. I mean, I know they need ratings, but by drawing more attention to her lack of luster, I am really afraid women will try to rally around her and support her and prolong this race even longer than I want it to go. The only reason why I say this is because of what happened between Iowa and New Hampshire. Obama won Iowa and the media couldn't stop singing his praises and calling it a done deal for Clinton, and then (mostly) women rallied for her to win in New Hampshire. The more I see her talk in debates, the more I lose my respect for her. (Used to be MAJOR Clinton fan; my uterus did cart wheels when she was elected into Senate) She has reverted back to what got her husband elected in the early nineties; silly, ridiculous and utter stupid name calling tricks that aren't getting her anywhere (I hope) with anyone above a high school education. I've watched all 20 debates. And I'd say with every debate she has lost 2 years of maturity. Yup, she's a teenager again ("Shame on you Barack Obama! Meet me
I guess I just dont trust her anymore. And my heart is really clamoring for Obama to win. As much as I fear his safety (for whatever reason, it is a constant on my mind when I watch him speak on CNN), I think once he gets to the White House he could make real change. And lets face, a multi-millionaire white, college graduated women would hardly constitute the average working woman "breaking the final glass ceiling." Lets be honest, really. I don't want her in the office. I no longer think she will do a good job.
..just a political rant before I head off to work. (x-posted)