As the liberal media encourages Hillary to drop out...

Written by Paul Zannucci on 9:16 AM

My little trooper keeps chugging along, carrying on the fight until, hopefully, the last shred of dignity will have left both her and Bill. The important question now is how seriously will Obama take her? Likely, her usefulness is at an end, and Obama will stop focusing on her and move his attention to the general election. And it seems that he can comfortably do this. Looking at the press release from liberalicious after the N.C. and Indiana primaries, she seems to be focused on taking this campaign only to the end of the voting, not to the convention. If you want to read the release, you can go to the official Hillary website here: Note, you may or may not get redirected to a page requesting that you contribute to the Clinton campaign. Use your own judgement.

But this simply won't do. I'm not ready to give up my little trooper. From this day forward, or until I get bored with it, I am going to campaign for Hillary to take up the struggle as a member of a third party or independent. Actually, I can't imagine any other party wanting her, so let's make it an independent run. I can't really do it here because someone might expect ulterior motives. I need a new blog where I can share my Hillary poetry and ernest love for the idea of her as an independent candidate. Should I call it, "clintonboy" as a play off of Obama girl? Or maybe it should be "hillaryclintonindependentforpresident".

Okay, here it is....

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  1. 3 comments: Responses to “ As the liberal media encourages Hillary to drop out... ”

  2. By D. Pitney on May 8, 2008 at 10:31 AM

    All I can say is "Well Played". Operation Chaos Part II

    God Bless America and God Bless Hillary

    D. Pitney

  3. By Paul Zannucci on May 8, 2008 at 10:53 AM

    Thank you.

    It will be interesting to see how many hits I get over there. I used wordpress because they are automatically included in Google and tend to get bumped to the front of the line because they can't run ads. Maybe I can actually start something.

  4. By Paul Zannucci on May 8, 2008 at 10:55 AM

    The only bad part is my posting has completely confused Google Ads. Now we're getting liberal garbage. Oh, well. It will even out in a few days.