It is past time for women to take their rightful place, side by side with men, in the rooms where the fates of peoples, where their children’s and grandchildren’s fates, are decided. ~ Hillary Clinton
I have been honored and privileged to work with so many dedicated people on Hillary's historic campaign. Your enthusiastic commitment to her campaign through the primaries has been inspirational.
As you know, Hillary will be holding an event tomorrow in Washington D.C. to thank all of her supporters, to express her support for Senator Obama, and to talk about the issues that have been at the core of her public service, the issues she will continue fighting for.
Hillary wanted to make sure her online supporters were a part of this special event, just as you have been a part of her campaign from the very beginning. So, we will be streaming it live over the website at HillaryClinton.com.
Over the course of this campaign, I have seen the promise of America in your courage and character, your energy and ingenuity, and your compassion and faith.
Your spirit has inspired me every day in this race. While I traveled this country talking about how I wanted to help you -- time and again, you reached out to help me. To grab my hand or grip my arm, to look me in my eyes and tell me, don’t quit, keep fighting, stay in this race for us. There were days when I had strength enough for the both of us -- and on the days I didn't, I leaned on you.
This has always been your campaign, and tonight, there's no one I want to hear from more than you. I hope you're as proud as I am of what we've done and that you'll take a moment to share your thoughts with me now at my website.
I want to congratulate Senator Obama and his supporters on the extraordinary race that they have run. Senator Obama has inspired so many Americans to care about politics and empowered so many more to get involved, and our party and our democracy are stronger and more vibrant as a result.
Whatever path I travel next, I promise I will keep faith with you and everyone I have met across this good and great country. There is no possible way to thank you enough for everything you have done throughout this primary season, and you will always be in my heart.
Tonight's victory in Indiana was close, and a margin that narrow means just one thing: every single thing you did to help us win in Indiana helped make the difference.
Every call you made, every friend you spoke to about our campaign, every dollar you contributed made tonight's victory possible. And I couldn't be more thankful for your hard work.
Every time we've celebrated a victory, we've celebrated it together. And tonight is no exception. This victory is your victory, this campaign is your campaign, and your support has been the difference between winning and losing.
Thank you so much for making this campaign possible. Let's keep making history together.
It is an outstanding victory for Hillary Clinton who beat Barack Obama by 10 points. She won 55% of the votes, while Barack Obama won 45%. Barack Obama spent over $11 million on TV adverts and other strategies in his desperation to win the Pennsylvania Democratic Primary and lost to Hillary Clinton who spent only about $5 million.
Hillary has the artillery to secure victory for the Democratic Party in the Presidential Election in November 2008.
The Democratic Party will lose the Presidential Election without Hillary Clinton.
Only the dream team of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton or Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama can beat John McCain and the political machine of the GOP in the Presidential Election in November.
For everyone here in Ohio and across America who's been ever been counted out but refused to be knocked out, for everyone who has stumbled but stood right back up, and for everyone who works hard and never gives up -- this one is for you. ~ Hillary Clinton said before supporters in Columbus.
I thank Jehovah God for Senator Hillary Clinton as she won the most crucial battles of the Democratic presidential race for the nomination Tuesday in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island and only lost in Vermont where Senator Barack Obama won nine of the fifteen delegates at stake.
Hillary Clinton disappointed many key figures in the Democratic Party and millions of the fanatics of Barack Obama who were rehearsing their "Hillary's Ignominious Finale" for the world premiere today, but God changed the script overnight and gave us a new script, "Hillary Clinton's Victorious Come Back!"
As Barack Obama won 11 Democratic presidential primaries and caucuses in a row, most people had written off Hillary Clinton and were only waiting for her to surrender the presidential nomination to Barack Obama. But she did not give up hope and she looked ahead to overcoming the odds against her and she overcame them last night in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island.
In January, after Barack Obama won the Iowa Caucuses, I knew those who already wrote articles in anticipation of Barack Obama's victory in New Hampshire, but Hillary Clinton shocked them by winning the primary and they had to eat their words. She has done it again with her superlative victories yesterday.