You've gotten alot of good advice here.
Some nurses love students, some don't. You've got a bum group. You don't have to spend more than 1 clinical rotation with them, right? You'll probably never change the opinions of this particular group of nurses, so I would kinda just grin and bear it through this clinical. They're not the ones grading you.
In the future, when you're paired with a nurse, perhaps you could just pull her aside before you start the day and talk to her. Give her the generic speech, my name is _____, this is what I'd like to do today, if you think of anything else please let me know, and outright ASK them how they want to participate. I've had students ask me "I hope you don't get mad at me for bugging you, or would you just rather have me ask my instructor?"
To which I always reply "NO! GET ME!" (I love to hijack an instructor's students!)
Also, I want to commend you on the maturity with which you posted this. It is very nicely worded and diplomatic, without emotionally filled generalizations ("MEANIE NURSE EATERS HATE STUDENTS!" or "LAZY ANTISOCIAL STUDENTS BUG NURSES!")