DENVER - New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered a breathtaking speech during the Democratic National Convention in Denver soliciting the support of her followers in electing Barack Obama, to ensure a democratic seat in the oval office this November.
Likely in an attempt to quell concerns about whether or not the Senator’s supporters would vote for Barack Obama, one of her statements was simply… “I want you to ask yourselves, were you in this campaign just for me, or were you in it for that young Marine and others like him? Were you in it for that mom struggling with cancer while raising her kids? Were you in it for that young boy and his mom surviving on the minimum wage? Were you in it for all the people in this country who feel invisible?”
Mrs. Clinton’s arousing ovation declared: "Barack Obama is my candidate. And he must be everyone’s candidate."
Clinton, who conceded a bruising primary season battle to Obama in early June, told delegates the country cannot afford to "suffer through more failed leadership."
She said: "No way. No how. No McCain."