Primary season finally ends with Hillary’s unity speech

Sen. Hillary Clinton delivered a good speech this morning in Washington. It sounded more like a “unity” speech than a concession speech, and she did a great job of emphasizing the importance of getting a Democrat elected in November.

She was well into the speech before finally mentioning Barack Obama, and in that sense it may still have been a little too much “me” and not enough “him.” She also dedicated a lot of time specifically to feminism and the strides it made in this campaign. While true, it seemed to once again place the accent on her gender rather than her qualifications, and that was disconcerting. Historic, yes, but the purpose of a primary race is to choose the best candidate, not the best woman.

Overall, it was a fine speech. And overall, the crowd seemed to respond as everyone hoped. There were a few isolated boos, but those were drowned out by the cheers and applause.

So what happens now? All things are possible, but the second spot on the Democratic ticket most likely is not one of them.

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Categories: Clinton, Election 2008, Obama, Politics, video content

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  1. Again, this is great for me to come here. With my working nights I miss a lot of this- I hadn’t gotten around to cnn dot com yet so this is nice. I do too, wonder what is going to happen next? Interesting, thanks for break’n it down for me mama! 😉
    ………………..
    Well, my breakdown is only my opinion. Not that CNN would be much more objective.😉

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