Thursday, August 28, 2008

Democrat Party Unity?

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I was under the impression that Bill Clinton was essentially persona non grata in the party now that The One is the standard bearer. If so, explain to me how he brought "unity" to the party by uttering one line:

The division and drama of the first two days of the convention seemed to disappear midevening as former President Bill Clinton told the crowd that Obama "is ready to be president of the United States," a declaration he has resisted making in the past.

Clinton, who was greeted by a long ovation and chants of "Bill, Bill," said it was vital to elect Obama president because "the American dream is under siege at home, and America's leadership in the world has been weakened."
Hugs all around and free abortions to all who have a convention ticket stub, there's peace and harmony in the party of Jimmy Carter. Bubba is no longer a racist and now he can assume his position as the old sage of the party once again just as long as he doesn't say anything or talk to the press.

You have to love Slick Willy's line about the American dream and leadership, it's purely rhetoric meant for consumption by the gullible Democrat masses at the convention as judging by the ratings, no one but political junkie is watching anyway. Speaking in platitudes is always done well by the master.

I for one feel that our standing in the world is much better than at this time yesterday, we've now officially nominated a man of color for the presidency so we're in the good graces of all those nuanced European nations who've done the same'll get back to you on that.

Perhaps Bill can help bring about unity in the other ongoing liberal war before it leads to casualties, hurt feelings or Armageddon.

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