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Hillary Clinton

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Hillary played the race card and it worked this time, however everyone needs to know that she was instrumental and is partially responsible for people's jobs leaving the US and being outsourced to other countries.  She worked behind the scenes to get the bill passed for her husband who was President of the US at that time.  If you want a job..you know who to vote for.

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Comments

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time*treatComment by time*treat - May 15, 2008, 1:53 am
Unfortunately, the way our electoral process works, by the time many people get to vote, the best qualified people have been forced out. Other good people refuse to take part. How many of us want to be held accountable for what a friend of ours said 7 years ago? Or even what *we* might have said 7 years ago.
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reddhott425Comment by reddhott425 - May 15, 2008, 10:53 am
Blunt paragraph, little old lady, but straight to the point.
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josieComment by josie - May 15, 2008, 1:13 pm
Some people (white and black) get very hysterical about Sen. Hillary Clinton , because she is the best candidate to be our next President.
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Comment by scorpio - May 15, 2008, 5:31 pm
hillary has to be a vp with obama,just to prevent a civil war in the usa!
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Comment by Gentlespirit - May 15, 2008, 9:26 pm
At the beginning of the primary, I was torn between Hillary and Obama. Hillary became so nasty and cut throat that she turned me totally off!!! She has become a sore loser, and I wouldn't want her as my VP if I were Obama!!! Hillary feels that she is the only one that can lead this country...frankly, I don't feel the way she feels!!! Hillary is a liar. Remember Bosnia!!!!I'd like to see John Edwards as VP!!!!
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justxploringComment by justxploring - May 16, 2008, 12:07 am
Littleold lady, IMO she did not "play the race card" but the media sure wanted it to look that way. Without scandals, ratings drop and sponsors don't advertise. As a disenfranchised Floridian, I want my vote to count, so how would over 60% of the people who voted in WV feel if they were told "the race is over" or the people in KY and so on? Yet since super Tues, Sen Clinton has been asked to drop out. Why? Never has a candidate been so close been asked to step down so early in the primaries. She will probably not get the nomination, but she has proven to a lot of people that you should never give up just because others want to knock you down. They don't tell the runner who gets the silver medal to stop trying because the other athlete is ahead. To Gentlespirit, please keep this in mind. Obama should thank her for staying in & bringing to light his weaknesses. He should be happy he had to campaign and never rest. What if on Nov 1 the Rev Wright scandal hit the fan? What if he made that remark about religion & guns in Oct? I doubt if the Republicans would be as kind. Campaigning has never been nicer - nothing nasty at all about her methods except that she is a woman and women aren't supposed to be strong and smart and tenacious. Did you read what Bush said today? Now that's nasty! Sen Clinton is simply letting all the American people have a choice whether they live in NH or OR.   I applaud her for her strength.
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time*treatComment by time*treat - May 16, 2008, 2:12 am
@scorpio: Hillary as veep? As POTUS, I wouldn't want the beating of my heart to stand between her and "history". They'd have to fly Air Force One around the block a couple times, before I got on. :-)
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LittleoldladyComment by Littleoldlady - May 21, 2008, 5:55 pm
I love these comments. I don't personally have anything against Hillary Clinton except she does not always tell the truth. I also liked her at the beginnings of the primaries. As far as I know Obama has never asked her to quit or give up. He said she should run for as long as she wishes. I would like to see Florida and Michigan included but I also feel this way..if you can't follow the rules, you shouldn't get to play. They didn't follow the rules so you guys don't to play..YET! Those votes may come into play later on if this stalemate continues at it's current pace. I feel that anyone who wants a job in the future should be careful about who they vote for. Obama had no control over what his FORMER Paster said than anyone else who goes to church. Notice the word "FORMER". The comments made by President Bush were shameful. It is as if he talks first and then after it is said, he thinks about it..(Maybe too much drinking at an early age). I am enjoying this campaign a lot. Will it be OBAMA/HILLARY ON THE TICKET OR OBAMA/EDWARDS, OR HILLARY/EDWARDS..? This thing may not be done until the last few votes are counted in June. Hillary is becoming more aggressive in a "hateful way" and it makes me wonder if she is truly running for President because it is a good thing or is she trying to show her husband that she can do anything that he did.
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Comment by scorpio - May 24, 2008, 1:48 pm
me thinks way back then times were different as nafta looked good.a lot has changed under bushy,makes everything look bad.one of clintons good things was balancing budget,don't know if his rhodes scholar,economics degree had anything to do with it though.
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Comment by scorpio - May 24, 2008, 1:55 pm
also this campaigning has really changed things.tv news annalisisers are biased,against women,trying to put them back in their place,blacks have a stronger power next to govenrment,though they are outnumbered by spanish.hell,i'm even watching fox now,as they don't downgrade democrats so much now!

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