HILLARY SUSPENDS CAMPAIGN– Obama Gets Booed!!! (Video)

Hillary was supposed to give a speech to suspend her campaign today.
The speech was scheduled for 12:00 Noon EST.

** But, at 12:15 PM EST, Hillary has yet to leave her home- a 15 minute ride to where she will give her speech.

Hillary Clinton had more votes than Barack Obama during the primary season but Democratic elites chose Far Left inexperienced Barack Obama who has a Marxist-Islamic background as their candidate.

** Hillary is out of the house at 11:30 PM EST.

Here’s one for the memory books…
The RNC posted a “best of” Hillary vs. Obama primary campaign moments.

I hear there is a sale on this book today:

12:45 EST— Hillary takes the stage.
Obama Gets Booed!!!

Mark Hemingway who was at the event today says, “I don’t know if this really came across on TV but there was a surprisingly audible number of boos every time Obama was mentioned.”
Yes, it was obvious, Mark.

Wow! Who thought this day would ever come.
Hillary talks about the barriers to women.

Hillary talks about the remarkable gains of women because of her campaign.
“If we can blast 50 women into speech- We can launch a woman into the White House!”

Regardless, she gives Obama a great plug!

Hillary wants to give every child a chance to succeed.
What’s holding them back now?

Hillary throws in this jab at the DNC during her speech:

During those 40 years, our country has voted 10 times for president. Democrats won only three of those times, and the man who won two of those elections is with us today.

In other words– You morons picked the wrong candidate.
Just in case anyone missed it she said it again at the end of her speech:

This is now our time to do all that we can to make sure that, in this election, we add another Democratic president to that very small list of the last 40 years and that we take back our country and once again move with progress and commitment to the future.

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Democrat Taylor Marsh wonders– “How’d She Lose to This Guy?”

CNN has Obama’s response to the news:

“Obviously, I am thrilled and honored to have Sen. Clinton’s support. But more than that, I honor her today for the valiant and historic campaign she has run. She shattered barriers on behalf of my daughters and women everywhere, who now know that there are no limits to their dreams. And she inspired millions with her strength, courage and unyielding commitment to the cause of working Americans.”

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