Hillary Clinton Endorses Barack Obama

What a speech. Did you watch Hillary Clinton’s speech today endorsing Barack Obama? Incase you missed it, here it is:


Hillary said today:

I entered this race because I have an old-fashioned conviction that public service is about helping people solve their problems and live their dreams. I’ve had every opportunity and blessing in my own life, and I want the same for all Americans.

And until that day comes, you’ll always find me on the front lines of democracy, fighting for the future.

The way to continue our fight now, to accomplish the goals for which we stand is to take our energy, our passion, our strength, and do all we can to help elect Barack Obama, the next president of the United States.

Today, as I suspend my campaign, I congratulate him on the victory he has won and the extraordinary race he has run. I endorse him and throw my full support behind him.

And I ask all of you to join me in working as hard for Barack Obama as you have for me.

Todd Beeton on MYDD said, “It’s strange, reading and listening to the virtually universal praise of the speech today, it feels almost as though people are finally seeing the Hillary Clinton I’ve been watching all along.” I agree.  The speech was nothing short of awesome and I expected nothing less from Hillary Clinton. 

Hillary was eloquent and forthright and she proved without a doubt that she will fight, and fight hard to get Barack Obama elected in November. As Hilary Rosen said in her wonderful post about Clinton’s speech, “We have a lot of work to do in the next several months to win back the White House. But today was Hillary’s day in the sun.”

And shine Hillary Clinton did:

“So today I’m going to count my blessings and keep on going,” she said. “I will do it with a heart filled with gratitude, with a deep and dividing love for our country, and with nothing but optimism and confidence for the days ahead.”

I’m ever so grateful for the experience of supporting Hillary Clinton’s bid for the nomination and ever so proud of her today. I’m following her lead now in supporting Barack Obama, and will work as all Democrats should towards defeating John McCain in the November general election.

Get on board the hope train readers, if you haven’t signed up yet, go to BarackObama.com and get involved. And make sure you watch Obama’s wonderful video about HRC, and send your thanks to Hillary via BarackObama.com.

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9 Responses to Hillary Clinton Endorses Barack Obama

  1. FTW.

    I may have trusted Hillary to run this entire country, but I sure as hell don’t trust her to give me advice on who to vote for going forward.

    What does she know anyway?

  2. With the speech today, the Dems are ready to take on John McCain.

  3. Andy Witmyer says:

    Amazing speech. I’m really, really impressed. After hearing this, I do believe that she might be a very good VP pick. Really, she could do anything she wants – in terms of her star power, she’s eclipsed even her own husband now. I think that’s important. My respect for her increased after this speech.

    She opened the doors for all females to run for the highest office in the land. And actually, before we all forget, the Democratic Party itself – for all of its flaws – it is this party who has put forth a woman, an African American, and in Richardson, a Latino. For those who have considered jumping ship for McCain and the Republican Party, consider this: they put forth a band of candidates who were all male, white, and old. They would never have made such a risk.

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  5. Paul V says:

    I voted Hilary Clinton, and only support Hilary Clinton, No matter what Hilary Does suspend her campaign concede her campaign. No matter what Hilary does she could even support Obama and campaign for Obama I will never Vote for Barack Obama, I do think Amercia is ready for a black president, just not Barack Obama,,, The way The Democratic party handle this election with the Corporate Media propaganding this whole election, Turned this election upside down,, Obama could of ran over someone,, like Haley Berry, No one would care and still vote,, Obama..
    There several million Voter right now like my self, will not ever vote for Barack Obama, Many like my self will be Voting for McCain, my reason is simple,, the Obama voter came on CNN & MSNBC and said if obama does not win the primary, Obama supporter will vote for McCain, Democratic party did not do anything to the obama camp to stop ,, why is obama party splittin the party in half, Now pelosi and many other are blamming Hilary and kept on with the propaganda Corporate Media, Obama Said on the new so many time,, does not Matter, if your Democrat or Republican,, you want the right person for the right Job,, He is so right,,when He said that we wanted Hilary,, Well Congrats to Obama his supporter got him to the primary,,,but He will never win the election,, for Prisident, I will not stop with my blogging,, who is the best man for the job between Barack & McCain,, will vote for McCain he will be way better than Barack Obama, I can put up for McCain for 4 years and Hilary Can run again, Pelosi and the rest of the democrat party,, days are number at this point, For pushing Hilary out and ruining her Career, Even now During Clinton Exit speech,, Democratic party Told Hilary if she does not back there little puppet Barack Obama they will ruin her career,, In my opinion They all ready Ruined Hilary Clintons Career, Right Now I am goint listen to one thing Barack Obama said, and that is, like I said, it does not matter if your Democrat or republican who is the right person for the job,,,, Hillary supporter need to stick together, Vote for McCain or just not vote for we need the right person,,, Hilary is up on stage right now saying what pelosi and the democratic party are telling her what to do,, or Economy is down and the way the propaganda Media is,, we are turning into a 3rd world country,, by rigging the election thru the media, Hilary Supporter who really want Hilary to be president Need to vote for McCain or just not Vote for Barack Obama, let McCain win,, there nothing more he can do as president, Congress will not let him it Congress who controls everything,, not the president, Pelosi and the a lot of the democratic party ruined Hilary Career, If all Hilary Voter, stick together, than We can restore Hilary Career and make her President, in 4 years. if you vote for Obama we have to wait maybe 8 years or 4 years and republican will be office, if Obama wins the presidency he will only be 4 year term,,, I say give all your supporter not to the democratic party, but to Hilary Clinton.. democratic party needs all of them need to leave office and get fresh people in there, who can unite the party not keep it separated and force unity, to who they want not who the voter want,, Hilary would of won this election, DNC screwed her with floriday and Michigan if those vote were counted at the beginning she would of won this race along time ago..and for the sexest Media, Like CNN & MSNBC… will continue to not report the new but Make it up as they see fit, All Hilary supporter need to unit together.. and stick together,, Margaret Thatcher was prime Minister 30 years ago,, but American Men and New Bias, is keeping woman down for personal gain, Like Keith Oberman, & Chris Mathews Who are the biggest Sexest on this MSNBC stations,

  6. Paul V

    “Hilary is up on stage right now saying what pelosi and the democratic party are telling her what to do.”

    Only a fool would think that Hillary Clinton would say what someone else told her to say. I’m sorry for you that you don’t get that. She stayed in the race as long as she did, because she didn’t listen to what others said. But she said today, she has said along she would support the nominee if she did not win the nomination. She fought a hard race and so did he. Politics is ugly — she knows that. She’s a better person than all of us, for having the grace to stand and endorse Barack Obama today. Wake up.

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  8. Keano says:

    Paul V. You think several millions will vote for McCain, what a load of crap you really need to get your head out of the sand.

    4 years of McCain will put this countrty beyond repair and how many more thousands of the soldiers do you want killed with his endless war and as the man himself said he is clueless about the economy. As far as you saying the country is not ready for a Black President you just cannot hide your Racism canb you. The Country is just as ready for a Black President just as much as it is ready fro a woman president. The treatment of Hillary has been disgusting “by the media”, her career is not ruined-far from it, she is still a big player for her party and i hope she is offered the VP spot. I think they both could help put this country back together after 8 disastrous years and will be 12 years of killing this country if McBush is elected. One last thing just think if McCain is elected look at what will happen to the supreme court, Roe vs Wade will be gone and so will alot of womens rights. Just think about that before you vote for Grandpa.

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