Would this lengthy statement by Clinton about millennials, make millenials MORE, rather than LESS, likely to vote for her?
Here’s the article, by Yahoo News’ Michael Walsh, titled “#basementdwellers — The actual words and spin on Hillary Clinton’s remarks about Bernie Sanders supporters.”
Clinton should run the video clip on her campaign’s website.
And I say that as a virulent Bernie supporter who remains angry recalling some of Clinton’s public statements during the primary campaign—including some she made at debates with Bernie—and who laughs at Paul Krugman each time he claims that Clinton has run a decent campaign and has appeared appealing throughout her campaign, and (weirdly) that a good reason to vote for her is how poised she remained throughout that 11-hour Congressional Benghazi Committee hearing in defending herself when she had no choice but to be there and do so.
Whatever, Prof. Krugman. You’re completely right about the outrageous mainstream-media obsession with Clinton’s emails, the appalling AP report in late August and other mainstream (e.g., the NYT’s) coverage of that, and the failure to give Trump’s business-related-and-pay-to–assure-the-friendship-of-a-state-AG scandals. But, seriously, Clinton has run a really off-kilter, out-of-touch (literally as well as figuratively) campaign. But it’s not at all too late to make up for lost time.
I’m most definitely absolutely completely and thoroughly with her now, as is Bernie. And I wish she’d take my advice (including in this post, but, wayyy more important, in other recent ones) about how to nail this election down.
UPDATE: Hey! Bernie’s back in the spotlight! For HER!
Yayyyy. (Luv ya, Bernie.)
Added 10/2 at 12:27 p.m.