“Just Say No Deal” In The News

After Clinton lost, Diane Mantouvalos launched the site JustSayNoDeal.com.

(Photo: Joshua Prezant for The Washington Post)

June 27, 2008 — On the day that the Democrats are attempting to unite disparate and passionate Obama and Clinton factions, Diane Mantouvalos says “Just Say No Deal” in Kevin Merida’s WaPo Style Section feature interview. Puma PAC founder, Darragh Murphy, and therapist and video producer, Robin Murray, are also interviewed and linked. Read it here and write a comment!

Puma is making an impact. It was discussed on CNN, MSNBC, and C-SPAN in the commentary following the Unity event.

On C-SPAN’s viewer call-in: 2:13 pm EDT — WaPo “The Fix” blogger, Chris Cillizza said the Just Say No Deal article was an important one. He continued that some Hillary supporters will not have their minds changed that she should be President. However, many ultimately will because issue upon issue they will have more in common with Obama than with McCain.

Puma also being discussed by pundits on MSNBC 2:20pm EDT. Question to a John McCain’s campaign about how they’re going to get the 23% of Hillary holdouts over to him?

On CNN, blogger Asma Gull Hasan wasn’t feeling the Unity love. She wanted a female president, and said that the more qualified candidate isn’t running. Originally a Republican, she feels that the candidates are being disingenuous by appearing together, and will be casting a protest vote for McCain.

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3 thoughts on ““Just Say No Deal” In The News

  1. I liked the video. I plan to protest the DNC and media selected election in Denver. I hope everyone will follow their head, not their party in voting in November. No election should be hijacked like this one. We must stand together!

  2. I am totally disgusted by today’s announcement about Biden and cannot believe Hillary was so dismissed by Obama. I will never vote for Obama not matter what

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