BTL referenced this site below and I went there to check it out.
In response to how we as American citizens, as voters in our party, have been treated; in response to how our candidate was treated by our party and our public media; in response to how our institutions have degraded the civic landscape in which we want our children and grandchildren to be allowed to participate — as equal and full-fledged participants in our still precious democracy . . .
WE WILL BE PROTESTING THE 2008 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
We will not support or vote for an illegitimate nominee. We will not be bullied, pandered to, sweet-talked, or manipulated. We will not succumb to appeals to our better natures, to our identities as democrats, as uniters, as healers, or as helpers.
WE WILL NOT VOTE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
Some of us will stay home. Some of us will vote for a third-party. Some of us will write-in Clinton. Many of us will vote for John McCain. This is a protest. Whatever option our members choose, it does not make us Republicans. Those who vote for John McCain will do so as a strategy, a protest. Those of us who withdraw from the Democratic Party and become Independents are still Democrats in our hearts. We are all Democrats. This is our party. The leaders did us wrong. They did Hillary Clinton wrong. They did our country wrong. But it’s still our party.
We want it back.
If you have forgotten how bad it has been, how immense the attack machine was against Hillary, remind yourself by watching this video.
Mad As Hell
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The most fascinating thing about the democrat nominating “process” has to do with what they did in 2008 and what they said back in 2000. They were all about “counting every vote” in those days. Not any more.
The second most fascinating aspect to this spectacle has to do with the hatred that the grassroots of the party and the media displayed towards Hillary Rodham Clinton. It was as if she was Israeli or something. Just irrational hatred. Many women noticed it. I don’t have a crystal ball and don’t know what they will actually do come November. I’m too conservative to vote for Obama myself, and don’t really get where the Left is coming from. But if they stick to their guns, McCain at least has a chance of winning.