HuffPo article that Hillary posted yesterday:
Republicans aren't just harshly criticizing the president. They're threatening to undo just about everything he has achieved. They want to repeal the Affordable Care Act; in fact they've voted to repeal or dismantle it more than 50 times. They're hard at work dismantling workers' rights and voting rights. They want to take away women's rights to make our own health decisions. Some even want to reverse marriage equality -- one of the greatest civil rights accomplishments in American history.
In short, they want to drag us backward and undo all the progress we've worked so hard to achieve. We can't let that happen.
As president, I will carry forward the Democratic record of achievement. I'll defend President Obama's accomplishments and build upon them. I'll work to get incomes rising for middle-class families, make college affordable, alleviate the crushing burden of student debt, protect LGBT Americans from discrimination, preserve women's access to health care and reproductive choice, and keep America safe from threats at home and abroad. And I'll never allow the Affordable Care Act to be repealed.
We've made tremendous progress over the past eight years. That shouldn't be dismissed or taken lightly. Let's keep that progress going. Let's make sure no one turns the clock back. We've come too far. We've accomplished too much. We can do even more for our families, our communities, and the country we love. And together, we can build an economy and a country that works for everyone. That would be truly revolutionary.
Now see that speaks to me.
We do not need a revolution, because President Obama WAS the revolution.
What we need now is for a reliable person to take over the job and further the progress that Obama has already made.
I am not saying there is not room for improvement, I'm just saying there is no reason to go back to zero and reinvent the wheel all over again.
BTW apparently the Hillary campaign was quick to use that Sarah Palin endorsement for fundraising:
Hillary Clinton's campaign has begun fundraising off of Sarah Palin's endorsement of Donald Trump.
In an email blasted out to supporters, the campaign embedded a clip from CNN's coverage of the endorsement announcement on Tuesday with the chyron, "Palin endorses Trump: "I'm in it to win it."
"Friend, this could be our next president listening to his Secretary of Energy," Clinton's campaign wrote in the email. "Donate to make sure this is nothing more than a bad SNL skit come to life."
The campaign provided a link to donate to the campaign.
Well what do you know, Sarah Palin IS helping.