March 30, 2016
Hillary Clinton Campaign Event in Harlem, New York Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign event in Harlem about a variety of topics, including income inequality and national security. New York’s presidential primary will be held on April 19.
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Last night, all three remaining Republican candidates rescinded their loyalty pledges to support their party's nominee. Let's remember that these three folks expect Americans to put them on a podium on the Capitol steps to take the oath of office! How good is their word? Any of them?
Bernie Sanders also has recently waffled on whether he would support a Hillary Clinton candidacy.
We can point to verifiable evidence of Hillary's trustworthiness on this and many issues. Hillary has always said she would back her party's nominee, and has a history of having done so. She has never waffled. Let me share, with those of you who are new to Hillary this cycle, the email we received from her on June 27, 2008 after she suspended her campaign.
Jun 27, 2008Dear Friend,On February 8, in Unity, New Hampshire, 107 people voted for me, and 107 people voted for Senator Barack Obama.
Today, Barack and I were in Unity to celebrate a unified Democratic Party focused on electing him the next president. I was proud to stand with him today, and I will do whatever I can to help his campaign between now and November.
Senator McCain and the Republicans may have hoped that we wouldn't join forces like this. They may have wished that we wouldn't stand united to fight this battle with everything we've got.
But I've got news for them: We are one party; we are one America; and we are not going to rest until we take back our country and put it once again on the path to peace, prosperity, and progress in the 21st century.
Click here to watch the video of today's unity rally in Unity, NH.
On that note, Hillary is the one making the policy speeches on specific issues and policy plans while the other remaining four give boilerplate stump speeches. There is a difference between a policy speech and a stump speech. Hillary's speech on the subject of the Supreme Court this week is but one example.
Please feel free to share this with those less familiar with Hillary Clinton than we are.