I say again, I will not vote for her in any circumstance. She is the most divisive, grasping person I have seen run for president, except possibly John McCain right now, whose ethics problems are through the roof.
Clinton said the other day that she had been preparing since last year for the Texas primary. That's clearly a lie. Number one, EVERYONE in Texas who votes KNOWS that our primaries (at least for a presidential candidate) have not counted for years. By the time I voted in the Democratic primary last time, the DNC had already decided Kerry was the winner; I still voted for John Edwards just because I liked him better but I knew that it made no difference what I marked.
So if Clinton KNEW a year ago she would be coming here, she woudl have, um, read up on the DNC primary rules. The fact that now not only are they trying to play catchup but are threatening to sue the DNC shows they didn't bother to spend any time to learn about how Texas operates.
Suing the Democratic Party of Texas isn't the way to make a point. From the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
AUSTIN -- The Texas Democratic Party is warning that its March 4 caucuses could be delayed or disrupted after aides to White House hopeful Hillary Clinton raised the specter of an "imminent" lawsuit over its complicated delegate selection process, officials said Thursday night.
In a letter sent out late Thursday to both the Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama campaigns, Texas Democratic Party lawyer Chad Dunn warned that a lawsuit could ruin the Democrats' effort to re-energize voters just as they are turning out in record numbers.
Spokesmen from both campaigns maintained there were no plans to sue before the March 4 election.
"It has been brought to my attention that one or both of your campaigns may already be planning or intending to pursue litigation against the Texas Democratic Party," Dunn said in the letter, obtained by the Star-Telegram. "Such action could prove to be a tragedy for a reinvigorated Democratic process."
Democratic sources said representatives from each campaign had made it clear they are keeping all their options open but that the Clinton campaign in particular had warned of an impending lawsuit.
"Both campaigns have made it clear that they would go there if they had to, but I think the imminent threat is coming from one campaign," said one top Democratic official, referring to the Clinton campaign. The official spoke on condition of anonymity.
Another Democratic source who was privy to the often intense discussions confirmed that representatives of the New York senator's campaign had issued veiled threats in a telephone call this week.
That's Hillary Clinton for you. Didn't do her homework, took Texas for granted, and now, when it looks like she's LOSING (because I saw a poll just this morning that shows that Obama is beating her in Texas) she wants to DIVIDE the Democratic party and SUE it.