Riverdaughter sums up the dysfunctional logic of the thwarted PUMA crowd perfectly (emphasis mine):
There will be no love train. I’m not onboard. I will never be onboard.
You didn’t listen to us during the primaries.
You didn’t listen to us during the convention.
You are going to hear from us in November.
Barack Obama will NEVER get my vote. I don’t owe the party anything.
And if you want to find someone to blame, look no further than the superdelegates.
Backlash is comin’. We will make the powers that be the powers that were.
Let the DNC and your State Attorney General know how you feel about having your vote stolen by faithless delegates and a party who asks for your taxdollars to run a primary and then does what the hell it wants.
No riverdaughter, you don’t owe the party anything. You owe it to yourself to vote for the candidate who stands for what Hillary Clinton still stands for. You are using Hillary Clinton’s name, yes, but you are going against her own wishes, her own politics, and everything she fought so hard for. You are screaming about the glass ceiling while standing with John McCain as he tries vainly to keep Barack Obama from breaking through.
I won’t let another Republican get into the oval office and damage this country like Bush has. PUMA can add “my ass” every time I say party unity, but as November gets closer, the call for unity will drown their snide and selfish whine out with the roar of progress.