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By Hud, February 10, 2007 at 5:24 am Link to this comment
Aaitje, conspiracy theories barely deserve to be called theories. They are more like… defecation of the mouth. What you’re trying to say is the “true ruler” is a known unknown who pulls the strings of everyone and everything. If I believed in a God, all powerful and all that jazz, I wouldn’t believe even He/She/It would have that much power and cunning. Think about exactly what you’re saying. Your theory makes about as much sense as one old man gathering two of every animal onto a hand-made boat and sailing across the ocean with a killer tidal-wave enroute. I’ve said this many times and will say it many times more, “Think before you speak.”
By Margaret Currey, February 9, 2007 at 2:36 pm Link to this comment
To Polly Ester, I to would like to see a woman president, but remember that if Joulanni (the guy from N.Y.) gets nominated by the Republicians he is one flawed character, if Bill did something in the White House, than Joulanni did it in the White House of the state of N.Y. The man carried on a affair while he was married, this man has been married three times, he has neither character or brains to become president, what he does have is a very large Italian ego.
Margaret from Vancouver, Washington
By Charlene, February 8, 2007 at 3:27 am Link to this comment
I would have more respect for Hillary if she had thrown Bill’s clothes out on the lawn. What self respecting woman allows her man to cheat over and over???.... I believe she will have a hard time getting the married women’s votes!!!
By roxy, February 6, 2007 at 8:58 pm Link to this comment
Yes, let’s have Hillary for President and Osama Obama for Vice. There’s a ticket ready made for Rudy. I look forward to Guiliana kicking their backsides. Al Gore and John Kerry and now Hillary? You guys must have a death wish. It’s gonna be fun…
By Christopher Robin, February 6, 2007 at 8:57 pm Link to this comment
It was Henry Cisneros which said, that if you need a decision made, you go to Hillary . I think if you were pleased with the Clinton years, you’ll fine much to appreciate with her election.
Talks populist, governs middle of the road Republican lite
By Aaitje, February 6, 2007 at 9:24 am Link to this comment
I’m beginning to wonder if Senator Clinton isn’t just part of a greater scheme concocted by the REAL government (the Corporations, Big Pharma, Oil Moguls) doing a “win/win” situation here.
Set Sen. Clinton up as the “favorite” Democratic Pres. Candidate; point out the fact she’s a “she”, a “liberal”, wife of the last, truly elected President of the U.S. who still enjoys immense popularity, *can* be, but isn’t necessarily “hawkish”...and then set a McCain, or a Brownback against her who ONLY get positive speak in the media, day after day, after day, after day…
...then watch how hardworking, not-really-astute voting America catch a broadcast (translate: propagandized) phrase here and/or there, and “corral” said voters into another well-marketed, pre-selected “president” that just happens to be a Republican; not a “she”, not a “liberal”, is NOT a Democrat OR a member of the last most popular U.S. Pres…and is unmistakably “hawkish”.
The Repubs win again, and the corporate-owned, Republican-friendly media can then boast how “right of center conservative” America really is in the hope we ALL forget the humongo FAILURES of the *last* Republican Pres and Congress and—-VOILA!
Right-wing Republicism lives for another decade ensuring America stays safely in a right-wing, corporate-friendly white male hands for more taxpayer funded corporate welfare.
Think about it before dismissing this theory…
By anonymous, February 6, 2007 at 8:22 am Link to this comment
Hillary cannot win it all because of her voice.
She might have all the best positions on all the important issues but, I’ve noticed that about the third time I’ve heard one of her sound bites, she starts sounding like fingernails on a blackboard.
I’d vote for her over any republican but, I’ve never voted for a republican in my life.
In a general election, she’ll need a really flawed opponent.
I’d be hoping for a McCain nomination except that I hoped for a Reagan nomination in ‘80 and we all know how that turned out.
By Kol Klink, February 6, 2007 at 6:31 am Link to this comment
I watched a short tv newsclip on ‘Democracy Now’ yesterday. It was Sen Clinton addressing AIPAC. It almost made me barf.
Sen Clinton was standing behind a podium with the Iraeli Star prominently displayed on front… but the star was fashioned from fragments of an American Flag. Behind Clintion was a row of interspersed American and Israeli flags.
It seems that Sen Clinton has taken some lessons from Condi. She was pratically stamping her feet and stating in a loud, petulant voice that an attack on Iran is not off the table.
It was difficult to tell if Sen Clinton was running for Olmert’s job or the one currently held by our very own moron.
By HeadlessHessian, February 5, 2007 at 7:10 pm Link to this comment
Thou shalt not count thy Hillary! Better than another repulican IMHO…
Fish ... man..u one sick puppy!
By trantieungoc, February 5, 2007 at 7:03 pm Link to this comment
Ask yourself that who voted for appoval of Iraq invasion on the senate floor ?
By Polly Ester, February 5, 2007 at 5:17 pm Link to this comment
I would like to see a woman President, but not someone who is a “hawk.” It is not a sign of weakness to say you were wrong—it’s actually a sign of strength.
Democrats want a thoughtful candidate someone, who seeks new information, is FLEXIBLE and can change their position about something as important as WAR if circumstances change.
Democrats want to be reassured that we will not get involved in an expanded conflict with Iran.
Hillary needs to show Democrats that she is not another Lieberman; if she is then she needs to run as an Independent.
p.s. Shock therapy causes the victim to lose their memory, maybe she needs to forget the promises she made to AIPEC.
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