I think it is tremendously disrespectful to Sen. Clinton – who held up the nomination of a FDA commissioner in order to force approval of Plan B and who spoke so eloquently during the Supreme Court nomination about the importance of protecting Roe vs. Wade – to not give her the courtesy to finish the final three weeks of the primary process. It certainly must be disconcerting for elected leaders who stand up for reproductive rights and expect the choice community will stand with them.
La Clinton stated today that she was “disappointed” with the announcement, but insisted that her campaign would continue to move forward.
This evening at 6:15, in an apparent attempt to counter NARAL’s Obama endorsement, several female House reps held a presser to talk about Clinton’s “strong” pro-choice record.
Oh, the drama of the identity politics-obsessed/pro-irresponsiblity crowd …