Last night Hillary Clinton made me really remember why I became a Hillary fan in the first place. She asked the ultimate question and it was the best PR move of the Democratic Party yet to date. Hillary addressed her supporters and asked, “Were you in this campaign just for me?”

Hillary championed her support of Sen. Barack Obama and reminded supporters that this has always been about getting help for those who desperately need it. She told supporters we started down this road because we had hope for a better future. Hillary reminded supporters that they sought the same thing but she let them know this was never ever about me. Helping supporters to remember their cause, asking, “Were you in it for all the people in this country who feel invisible?”

Clinton was able to remind supporters what they have been through and why Sen. Barack Obama is the solution to make things better. Citing, “We don’t need four more years of the last eight years,” and revealing that, “It makes sense that George Bush and John McCain will be together next week in the Twin Cities. Because these days they’re awfully hard to tell apart,” said Clinton.
In closing, Hillary reached out to touch those who have supported her primarily throughout her campaign, the women. She brought an unlikely person to life, almost pulling a Jesse Jackson sort of move. Hillary referenced Harriet Tubman, the leader of the Underground Railroad who helped slaves escape to freedom.
Repeating infamous words of Harriet Tubman, “Don’t ever stop!” and “Keep going.”
Clinton made it a point to tell her supporters that she stands as a proud mother and was glade to say her daughter had the opportunity to vote for her in a Presidential election. Hillary made history and the hope for change continues.
I give Hillary Clinton an A++++++!!!!!

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