Hillary Clinton won the local Democratic primary.
By a landslide.
Two-to-one margin over Barack Obama.
The fate of the presidential election of 2008 in the U.S. of part of A. hung in the balance and We were at the crux of the matter, at the center of political primacy, at the very tipping point of it all as the power brokers to and of the most-watched election in history...
And We don't mean jack-shit to any of it.
Not to Hillary.
Not to Barack.
Not to Democrats.
And not to the U.S. of part of A.
Will Hillary come back to campaign here in her potential run for President? Hell no.
Will Barack come back to campaign here in his potential run for President? Hell no.
Is this an argument for statehood for Puerto Rico, the idea that We should have a vote for President? Hell no.
It's an argument for waking up and smelling the fucking coffee: To the U.S. of part of A., to Hillar(it)y and Bar(r)ack(o), to the Democrats and the Republicans who deign to notice Us and to the rest of the nation, We mean nothing more than easy cash.
Once We acknowledge that, and act upon it like responsible, self-respecting adults, We'll make some progress. Until then, We'll continue to wag Our tails and tongues like lapdogs while desperately hoping someone from "up there" will scratch Our ears so that We can keep pretending it means We're "partners".
It's hell to bark up the wrong tree, ain't it?
The Jenius Has Spoken.