...that the Democratic party simply can't unite? Everyone complains about the "other side," but does nothing to change it. Its sad, really.
I was at work the other day when a really obnoxious 50-something woman came in yapping ever so loudly on her cell phone (**which is SOOO rude when you're shopping and expect someone to help you!**) and exclaimed, "I'm not voting for Obama! I'm voting Republican for the first time in my life since Hillary isn't the Democratic nominee! I don't want to talk politics right now, I'm shopping!" Wow.
Being at my county convention I saw what could potentially be a VERY united party, regardless of who our preference was, but all that changed once Obama won the nomination. I mean, Hillary wasn't my choice, but if she had won the nominatin then I'd be on her side because I don't hate either one, just reeeeeeeeaaallly liked one over the other. The last thing I want to see is another Bush in office. That will be the case if McCain takes office. Mark my words.
Seriously, why does it have to be this way? I want insight. Looks like trying to unite Democrats is much like trying to unite an office full of women. lol