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DNC Vows To End Hillaryís Campaign This Week

June 4. 2008

Barack Obama

Where Hillary Clinton could have exited the 2008 U.S. presidential race with some dignity, she has instead chosen complete immaturity and lack of class. She has opted to suspend her race, not concede and end it.

Barack Obama and wife Michelle

As a result, prominent DNC members, Senators Dean, Pelosi and Reid, set a June 6, 2008 deadline for all superdelegates to render their votes, in a bid to solidify the nomination of  Democratic winner Barack Obama, who John McCain awaits.

You know that's what she's been doing since she lost, right. Hillary, put the liquor down.

Itís sad that they had to do this to force Hillary to accept she did not win the nomination, by any means. It marks a very undignified end to her campaign that was chock full of dirty tricks.

Dean, Pelosi, Reid set Friday deadline for superdelegates' choices, move to force end to Clinton bid

With the final primary concluded barely hours before, top Democratic Party leaders in Washington early this morning ratcheted up the pressure to force all remaining uncommitted superdelegates to make their choice of candidate known by Friday -- and thus end the now hopeless, one-time frontrunning campaign of New York Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean is among top party leaders setting a Friday deadline for superdelegates to endorse Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama

The joint statement was obviously pre-planned and timed for issue shortly after Clinton refused to concede the presidential nomination's victory to Barack Obama, who's gained sufficient delegates to clinch the party's nomination.

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