"60 Minutes" (This Evening): HILLARY!!!!!!!!

Mr. Shaman

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"Senator Obama has never had, I don't think, a single negative ad ever run against him," Clinton tells Couric. "Until you've been through this experience, you have no idea what it is like and he hasn't been. He's never had to face this. I am much better prepared and ready to…withstand whatever comes my way," said Clinton."



GET 'em, Hill!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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GET 'em, Hill!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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According to current polls, Obama does better head to head against McCain. If Hillary is the nominee, the right wing will come out just to vote against her. Hillary will drag the party down with her.

She is symbolic of pessimism, Obama inspires optimism. Obama is the future of the Democratic party, Hillary Clinton the past.

Obama, over the weekend, won in Neb.,Wa., Louis. and Maine. They are virtually tied in delegates. If the super delegates catch Obama fever, as much of the party (including myself) has, it's all over.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2008/president/democratic_delegate_count.html
 

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I agree Popeye, you sum up my thoughts as well.

Obama has a following that hasnt been seen since 1960. Hillary is divisive and represents more of the status quo. The future of the Dems is in Obama.
 

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Actually, Obama has a following that hasn't been seen since 1939.
He's a socialist stooge who merely uses the inspirational framework of great orators like Reagan and Kennedy to promote his facile and vapid Socialist ideals.

Unless you're into all of that of course, then by all means, indulge your white guilt and Socialist tendency's. Or your latent racism and sedition. Either one is cool by me.
 

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Actually, Obama has a following that hasn't been seen since 1939.
He's a socialist stooge who merely uses the inspirational framework of great orators like Reagan and Kennedy to promote his facile and vapid Socialist ideals.

Unless you're into all of that of course, then by all means, indulge your white guilt and Socialist tendency's. Or your latent racism and sedition. Either one is cool by me.


Such an intelligent posting. :rolleyes:
 

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Thanks fly. I can tell you already know about Obama's "Audacity of Emptiness".

"Such an intelligent posting."

And I see that you prefer the economical posting style that shuns facts, or a point.

Well, brevity is wit.

I tip my tri-corned hat to you Madam.
 

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Actually, Obama has a following that hasn't been seen since 1939.
In what way.

I can't speak for '39.....'cause I wasn't there. I was one o' the young-people who (first) voted for mcGovern, in '72.....only to see the Republicans do what they do to Anti-War candidates.

He volunteered for the United States Army Air Forces during World War II and served as a B-24 Liberator bomber pilot in the Fifteenth Air Force, flying 35 missions over enemy territory from bases in North Africa and later Italy, often against heavy anti-aircraft artillery. McGovern was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for saving his crew by crash landing his damaged bomber on a small Mediterranean island.

McGovern was outspoken in his criticism of the Senate's "war hawks". During Senate floor debate in September 1970, he assailed his colleagues for not supporting an amendment that he had cosponsored with Senator Mark Hatfield (R-Oregon) calling for a complete withdrawal of troops from Vietnam:

"Every Senator in this chamber is partly responsible for sending 50,000 young Americans to an early grave... This chamber reeks of blood... it does not take any courage at all for a Congressman or a Senator or a President to wrap himself in the flag and say we are staying in Viet Nam, because it is not our blood that is being shed."

The McGovern Commission changes to the convention rules marginalized the influence of establishment Democratic figures (some of whom had lost the nomination to McGovern). Many refused to support him, with some switching their support to the incumbent President Richard Nixon through a campaign effort called "Democrats for Nixon". In addition, McGovern was repeatedly attacked by associates of Nixon, who used an array of "dirty tricks" and illegal tactics during the campaign...

In the general election, the McGovern/Shriver ticket suffered a 60%-38% defeat to Nixon — at the time, the second biggest landslide in American history, with Electoral College totals of 520 to 17.

 
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a bad woman:mad:

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