I don’t think I’ve ever voted in a presidential primary where the vote I cast actually meant anything. A contested election, in May? Never heard of it.
But here’s my question for you other states who have already been wooed and forgotten: whose picture was on the campaign materials from Hillary Rodham Clinton?
You would think that it would be her photo, wouldn’t you? As I live in the northwest corner of Indiana, in one of those “sundown” towns you hear of, and where the once-great city of Gary was torpedoed by white-flight, I wonder why her black male opponent’s photo is on every piece of literature I receive from the Clinton campaign. Whose strategy is this?
Anyone from a blue state receive stuff like this? Am I overly sensitive? You all tell me.
I don’t know anything about it. I live in Michigan and Obama did not campaign here. Clinton won by default.
No, you’re not overly sensitive. She can’t win on her own merits, so she’s chosen to go negative and use the racial-fear card as much as it takes. They’ve used these mailings in almost every state that has voted so far.
In the letter that Joe Andrew sent out yesterday announcing his switch from Clinton to Obama, he hit the nail on the head: