And in November, when you wake up and go WTF? don’t come crying to me.
“I’m tired of it,” Floridian Sharon Clark said yesterday. “I want to go and vote and know my vote is going to count.”
“The right thing to do is to seat all the delegates,” added delegate Beverly Battelle Weeks. “Anything less is not democratic.”
“I can be called white, but you can’t be called black,” Christian charged. “That’s not my America. It’s equality for all of us; it’s about time we all stood up for it.
“I’m no second-class citizen. And God damn the Democrats!”
“And they think we won’t turn and vote for McCain,” Christian added. She closed: “Well, I’ve got news for all of you: McCain will be the next President of the United States!”
While Obama may have hoped to gain votes by leaving his church, some supporters aren’t happy about it:
Again, I am not happy about his choice to leave Trinity, but Clinton supporters take note: there will be no threats of abandoning the Democratic Party and voting for McCain over my disappointment. A few curse words maybe, but that’s about it.
Hmmm. I wonder. The question isn’t really will Obama supporters vote for McCain, but rather will they decide to not vote at all?