Ok, maybe the title is a bit unfair, I'm sure there are plenty of Hillary Clinton supporters in existence who plan on voting for John McCain based on legitimately substantive differences that they have with the junior senator from Illinois. I know they are out there, the same way that I'm certain that people who actually find Tracy Morgan funny are out there, the mere fact that "According to Jim" is still on the air proves to me that there are honest to goodness Americans who really tune in to that mindless dreck. As much as the media wants us to willfully digest the "Obama is having problems wooing Hillary supporters" narrative, every time I take a closer look all I wind up finding is a bunch of miserable fucks who would have never voted for Barack Obama in the first place. Granted, my evidence is purely anecdotal, I don't have the proverbial smoking gun proving that a certain pocket of Hillary Clinton supporters actually have a "Fear of a Black President" so to speak. But then again, it doesn't exactly take a Mensa member to figure out that when 4 out of 10 West Virginians readily admit that race was a factor when they voting in that states' Democratic Primary, chances are Obama will have a extremely rough time capturing the coveted "toothless rube" vote.
But I'm saying, is it really a coincidence that every time I see a media story highlighting some Hillary supporter who refuses to vote for Barack Obama that they turn out to be a smoldering piece of shit? Take Harriet Christian, despite her being a champion to all the Hillary dead-enders out there when she voiced her frustration about how unfairly Hillary was treated at the Rules Committee - can we just assume that the cantankerous woman would have never voted for Obama anyway, especially after she referred to the former president of that Harvard Law Review as "an inadequate black male". Paula Abeles, a Clinton supporter who set up a teleconference with John McCain and a bunch of other disaffected Clinton supporters, was part of a group in 2003 who led the fight to keep the Hemmings family, the black descendants of Thomas Jefferson, out of a gathering of the Monticello Association. Will Bower, founder of group called PUMA(Party Unity My Ass), attended the news conference of a discredited smear merchant(He failed multiple polygraph tests) who not only wanted people to believe that he once gave Barack Obama a spirited blowjob in the back of a limo but also that the Democratic Nominee was a murderer, despite the fact that he is a career conman with a history of drug addiction and mental illness. When asked about why he was in attendance, that son of a bitch actually said that the mans scurrilous charges were "worth exploring." The Pro-Hillary site Noquarters run by discredited ex-CIA man named Larry Johnson, the good folks who brought us the often "Rick-rolled" Michelle Obama "Whitey" smear for Christs sake, on top of a million other clumsily executed attack posts rife with so much xenophobia and downright racism that it could resurrect Lee Atwater's rotting corpse for the sole purpose of him taking a shower after reading such a hateful fucking site. Lastly we have a woman named Lynn Forester, one of Hillary's big money donors who expresses her hesitation in supporting Obama in this clip, openly admitting that she "doesn't like him" Even going the extra rhetorical mile by calling him an "elitist"(Which is absolutely hilarious because Lynn Forester aka Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, is married to a wealthy British financier. Owns a 3,200-acre estate in Buckinghamshire. She's on the board of Estee Lauder. She's personal friends with Tony Blair and his wife. She also owns what is considered to be "the most beautiful apartment in New York". Lady Lynn, respectfully, go to hell.
Again, I'm sure that there are Hillary supporters out there who are planning on voting for John McCain for truly substantive reasons, they have to be out there. I mean, Tyler Perry's sitcom "House of Payne" has to have a dedicated following because it will be airing new episodes this December, despite the fact that its a 22 minute bowel movement that makes you long for the days of "The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer" . I'm just wondering which group of individuals I'll meet first.