That Hillary, is the sound of the other shoe dropping

As if we didn’t know this campaign was already over.

Spencer –

I have some very exciting news.

My good friend John Edwards is endorsing our campaign and joining our movement for change.

We’re here in Grand Rapids, Michigan — and if you receive this message in time, you can probably turn on your TV and be part of the moment.

I’m deeply honored by John’s support. He is a true leader who dedicated his career to improving the lives of ordinary Americans.

John ran a strong, principled campaign for president, focusing on a number of important issues where we share common ground — universal health care, bringing our troops home from Iraq, and eliminating poverty in America.

The way he ran his campaign was also important. He ran in a way that reflected our shared conviction that we need to fundamentally change politics.

Like our campaign, John’s campaign never accepted donations from Washington lobbyists or special interest PACs.

Let’s welcome John Edwards to the campaign with an outpouring of the kind of grassroots support that is bringing our political process back to the people.

Make a donation of whatever you can afford now, and if you choose, include your own note to Senator Edwards. I’ll make sure he gets them:

https://donate.barackobama.com/johnedwards

Thank you for all that you’re doing,

Barack

Time to start thinking of beating on George Bush III (otherwise known as John McCain), not each other.

  • http://www.thewebpen.net/blog Howard

    She’s already started. There was a news article today quoting her saying that she would never want her supporters to vote for McCain if Barack get the nomination — that her campaign and his have too much in common and that voting for McCain would be a mistake.

    Sounds like the party may be on the move to go with one candidate and that Hillary is setting up to bow out gracefully.

    At least, that’s what I hope is happening.