Saturday, May 31, 2008
It's a BIG WEEKEND
Today's a big day in Washington, D.C., as the RBC meets (as they are doing as I type). The proceedings can be viewed on C-Span, and a number of outlets are live-blogging (TalkLeft and NoQuarterUSA, to name two). Say a prayer, mediatate, have a moment of silence, whatever works for you - that justice will be done, that the ethical, moral choice will be made. And let us hope and pray that the RBC wil not pass the buck to the Credentials Committee, and prolong the decisions regarding the delegates of both states.
Tomorrow, Sunday, is the primary election in Puerto Rico. Clinton is expected to win there handily. Let's hope so. Please donate. Or call, if you can. The more votes Clinton gets, the better - she has won a NUMBER of primaries of late, and is expected to have a fairly substantial popular vote lead. Frankly, I think that DOES matter. Despite Obama's claims to the contrary, his caucus wins were acomplished with FAR fewer people, as has been discussed in this blog, as well as many others. The popular vote DOES reflect the will of the people, and THAT is not insignificant, in my humble opinion.
It's a big weekend. Send some positive energy Hillary's way, as well as hope for the just outcome by the RBC. Blessings...