It’s blatant that she will ignore the white male vote and seek to collect everyone else. This will be an ugly, divisive election season.
I think it will win. Provided people actually find something compelling in Hillary Clinton. She’s a boring, wealthy white woman who stood by a lying philanderer to further her political career. It’s gonna take a lot of gay couples holding hands and crying Latina mothers to overcome that reality.
This has always been the most ridiculous criticism of Hillary from the right – how dare she repair her marriage and her relationship with her husband and the father of her daughter? Why, it’s almost as if she valued her marriage and may even love her husband and daughter!
In the end the people did realize that when the Republicans tried to get that philanderer they only saw that the Republicans were much uglier on the way they did go to get the president; and looking at the tea party the Republicans got even more ugly and monstrous since then (As I pointed out, many moderate Republicans really made a mistake in the previous congressional election. The Republicans promised them that they were going to show how responsible they were going to be in government but they only showed in their latest legislative efforts that they are not really grown ups.)
It will the woman vote (and they are a lot of white women BTW) the ones that will make a big difference in this coming election. And not only just because of the feeling that the time has come for a female president, but because several Republicans are still wanting to be part of the “rape” party.
Every white guy I know will be voting for her if she gets the nomination. I’m not sure where the OP gets the feeling that we don’t like her video.
I don’t feel ignored. As others have pointed out, there are several white men in the video. Even if there were zero white guys in the video, I wouldn’t be offended. That would be crazy. I don’t need to see a white guy in a campaign video to feel like she wants my vote. I’m sure she wants my vote. Everyone wants my vote.
Time will show. I am merely stating the political reality at play. She is going to play a game of strict demographics. Provided strong turnout, the numbers will secure a victory. It’s a cold, calculated strategy from a cold, calculated politician.
Perhaps I just wish she stood for something other than an unparalleled career in serving her presidential ambition. This ad was nothing more than a life insurance commercial.