Quit is not in Hillary Clinton’s Vocabulary

When we were kids we were taught winners never quit and quitters never win. Our parents used this statement to motivate us do our best and know it will take hard work to achieve our goals. As we became adults we were forced to accept the fact that in some cases no matter what we did, we can and will fail. As mature adults we also learned that we could fail and get up and start again. We would only become a failure if we decided not to try. Watching Hillary I tend to think she only learned the first part of the lesson. She is stuck on the winners never quit, and in spite of the numbers she refuses to quit.  The numbers don’t lie and the numbers say this thing is over. She has the right to continue and that is what she plans on doing. As this thing goes on she will show she is not a quitter, but she will also show she is a sore loser.

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  • Mel  On May 13, 2008 at 7:18 pm

    I think her new nickname should be Effie (from “Dreamgirls” fame). She seems to have “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” down perfectly.

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