The Clinton campaign yesterday announced the endorsement of Alice Huffman, President of the California State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

"Over the years, Hillary Clinton has earned my respect as a staunch advocate for the rights of people invisible to our nation’s government, including women, minorities, children, and seniors," said Huffman. "Hillary shares my commitment to children, and has been a lifelong advocate for improving childhood education and health care. As President, I feel strongly that Hillary will create an atmosphere in this country that accepts and promotes the rights of all Americans."

The end…okay maybe one comment.

Endorsements mean nothing to me because I am informed enough to make up my own mind on who to support.  I mean when you really think about the whole endorsement game it’s one that’s based on your not being smart enough to make up your own mind and having to depend on someone you like or someone that you look like telling you what to do…well it is.  Don’t hate the player, hate the game.

But sometimes, just sometimes when I am watching television or reading the newspaper and someone is telling me who to vote for I just feel like saying…

Well I do.