Tales from the Trail

Inside the Tent: Clinton’s supporters in Denver

August 28, 2008

The following video was made by Huffington Post’s Off the Bus, a partner in the Reuters Inside the Tent project.

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The video was created by Hunter Weeks, who worked with Off The Bus reporters Dawn Teo, Nathaniel Bach, M.S. Bellows, Jr. and Kelly Nuxoll.

Inside the Tent has more than 40 delegates and other attendees in Denver and St. Paul, equipped with video cameras to capture the conventions from the ground up. TK is not a Reuters employee and any opinions expressed are TK own.

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Would somebody please let the Hillary Clinton supporters know that a vote for Barack is a vote for Hillary. Soon to be President Barack Obama is a very smart man and he knows a very smart woman when he sees her. So I’m 100% sure that he will work very closely with her to accomplish the goals that they both have set. So say it loud and say it proud, A VOTE FOR BARACK IS A VOTE FOR HILLARY!!!!

Posted by Jo White | Report as abusive
 

Thank you, that’s just how I feel. We have to stand united or we will fall. After tonight’s speech, people have no room to doubt if Barack is ready. Republicans and Independents are welcome to join us in changing America. We’d be happy to work together.

 

I am one Hillary supporter who will never vote for that empty suit Obama. The man is not fit to be the President of this great country.I cannot believe that people are thinking seriously of voting for this empty suit.I cannot wait to vote for McCain in november.

Posted by ifymens | Report as abusive
 

What was up with Hilary at the convention? She delivered a great speach and it was done with a fine balance of personality and emotion. If she had done that thoughout the campaign rather than wait until now she would have been the nominee.

Unfortunately she totally failed to recognise the power of personality, oratory skills and emotion (and I don’t mean fake tears) so she lost.

Posted by nick | Report as abusive
 

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