Hillary Clinton is ending her campaign.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is ending her historic bid to become the first female president and will back rival Barack Obama on Saturday, capping a 17-month quest that began with the words “I’m in it to win it” with a more humble plea for party unity.
The only degree of uncertainty was how. Clinton is exploring options to retain her delegates and promote her issues, including a signature call for universal health care.
Now, that, I can agree with.
Hillary Clinton will be doing on Friday Saturday what she should have done gracefully last night — dropping out of the race for President, and endorsing Barack Obama. Apparently Hillary spent quite a bit of time on the phone today with angry Democrat members of Congress.
“We pledged to support her to the end,” said Representative Charles W. Rangel, a New York Democrat who has been a patron of Mrs. Clinton since she first ran for the Senate. “Our problem is not being able to determine when the hell the end is.”
Heh. The end is now. Buh bye, Hil.
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