Re: Joe Andrew–a Few Quick Questions

OK, Joe Andrew, so you’ve switched from Clinton to Obama, to try to get a win for Obama in Indiana. Another member of the Obama Diversion Team….

“This has got to come to an end,” former Democratic National Committee Chairman Joe Andrew told reporters in his hometown of Indianapolis just days before Tuesday’s crucial state primary. …

In a lengthy letter explaining his decision, Andrew said he is switching his support because “a vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote to continue this process, and a vote to continue this process is a vote that assists (Republican) John McCain.”

“The ship is taking on water right now,” Andrew said at the news conference. “We need to patch those holes, heal the rift and go forward to beat John McCain.”

So, it’s all about the “process” for these people. The “process” is about VOTING, not about propping up Obama.

Why is your crowd so interested in DISENFRANCHISING voters?? More importantly, why are you people so OBLIVIOUS to the fact that Obama has screwed himself with his relationships to Rev. Wright and Ayers all on his own and that the Democratic Party is NOT obligated to stick with him? Where do you get the idea that a guy whose poll numbers are starting to reflect a REJECTION of Obama and the people he is connect to deserves to be our nominee? Why do you think thinking voters would want to “unite” behind him at your command???

I see stories that Hillary is strengthening while Obama is hitting rough water. WHY would I (and many others) want to end the “process” and blindly turn our support to a candidate that seems to be weakening?

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