FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty:
If someone in the Obama camp doesn't turn this into a campaign slogan, they're not as smart as I thought they were. "No way. No how. No McCain.” With those words, Hillary Clinton finally hit one out of the park last night for Barack Obama. Our John King got it right last night when he said Clinton is "a big game player" and this was a "big game speech."
It might have been the best speech she ever made, calling for party unity and for her 18 million supporters - the "sisterhood of the travelling pantsuits" - to back Obama in November. One of her better lines was, "We don't need 4 more years of the last 8 years.”
Clinton also lashed out at John McCain on the economy, health care, Social Security. Another good line: It makes sense that George Bush and John McCain will be together next week in the Twin Cities because these days they're awfully hard to tell apart.
Watch: Cafferty: Can Hillary help?
Joe Biden turned out to be "bounceless"in the polls but Barack Obama might just get one from Hillary.
It was interesting that in her speech Clinton said she was honored to be there as a proud mother, Democrat, senator, American and Obama supporter. With her husband looking on in the audience - she made no mention of being a proud "wife."
Hillary Clinton plans to attend Obama's acceptance speech at Invesco Field tomorrow night. But her husband is reportedly not going to be there. Bill Clinton speaks tonight… and while he's good, he'll have to bring his "A" game to top his wife's performance last evening.
Here’s my question to you: When it comes to Barack Obama winning the White House, can Hillary Clinton make the difference?
Interested to know which ones made it on air?
Mitchell from Arkansas writes:
After last night's speech? Absolutely. Up until this point, I would have said absolutely not. She's redeemed herself, in my eyes and I would be very happy to see her do whatever she is willing to do to help. I just wish the Democrats , themselves, would get their acts together, so that us independents and crossover Republicans, who seem more passionate than many Democrats, about our man Barack, don't get left behind, and stuck with another one of the 'twins', [Bush/McCain].
Annie from Atlanta writes:
Her speech was certainly impressive, but the difference will be made by us, the American voters. Unfortunately, we don't have a real good track record.
She won't make any difference. It's up to him to show to the voters what he plans to do, how he is going to do it and above all how he is going to pay for it. Talking is cheap but accomplishing all he had promised so far is quite a different matter.
Alex from Kamloops, British Columbia writes:
Hillary Clinton supporters who say that they will vote for John McCain demonstrate that they never really supported Hillary Clinton's principles in the first place.
Vinnie from New York writes:
It's too late for HRC to help Obama win the White House. That ship sailed when he picked Joe Biden to be his VP...
Laura from Kentucky writes:
A despondent Hillary supporter said on camera last night. "He's got two months left." He still needs to reach out to all the Hillary supporters that he magically expects to "Get Over It." I think Obama supporters need to try on a pantsuit and walk in our shoes for a day.