• on a comment on [Updated]Sexist Swiftboating over 6 years ago
    I am not the one who has 'issues'. And yes, you have complained, implied, and insinuated this entire thread about sexism playing a major role in the primaries, and how poor poor Hillary's less than favorable treatment by MSM hurt her candidacy.
    Do you really think that alotting women victimhood status is helpful at all in today's society? Deal with it and move on in life. Women are not  weak crybabies who are incapable of making choices..and critiquing our flaws  realistically. Obviously, you prefer to see sexism under every rock, and I feel that it does women a total disservice.
    I feel, as a woman, that state of mind is unhealthy and ineffective.
  • on a comment on [Updated]Sexist Swiftboating over 6 years ago
    I am not the one who has 'issues'. And yes, you have complained, implied, and insinuated this entire thread about sexism playing a major role in the primaries, and how poor poor Hillary's less than favorable treatment by MSM hurt her candidacy.
    Do you really think that alotting women victimhood status is helpful at all in today's society? Deal with it and move on in life. Women are not  weak crybabies who are incapable of making choices..and critiquing our flaws  realistically. Obviously, you prefer to see sexism under every rock, and I feel that it does women a total disservice.
    I feel, as a woman, that state of mind is unhealthy and ineffective.
  • on a comment on [Updated]Sexist Swiftboating over 6 years ago
    stop trying to make a victim out of women with this broken record meme of sexism? Most women don't use sexism as a clutch to justify personal/professional failings. The fact that many hrc supporters are using 'that word' and misogyny to excuse Hillary's shortcomings is embarassing and so transparent. Nancy Pelosi God bless her) hit the nail on the head. Of course there is sexism. But it is not the pervasive boogieman that some on this site make it out to be.  
    And if a woman wants to blame sexism on her own personal or professional missteps, then all I have to say is...good luck with that. But thank God most healthy and balanced women aren't accepting the invitation to that pity party.
  • its a little hard to believe that anyone would  seriously obsess about Hillary Clinton's breasts. I mean, really now...

    For crying out loud, I don't remember Obama crying "sexism" when he was on 'The View' and Barbara & Co. were drooling over his good looks, or when media pundits were drooloing over his ass over the blue jean picture.

    If some of you haven't noticed, attractiveness or lack of it, is a major element in American society...period. Most professionals accept that fact and don't whine about it; or better yet, they use it to their advantage.And it has nothing to do with sexism. You call it frickin life. Sheesh.

  • comment on a post Barack Obama Talks Him Some Serious White. over 6 years ago

    SUPER-cali-fragil-istic-espi-ali-docious !!

  • comment on a post AFL-CIO Endorses Obama, Launches 'Meet Barack Obama' over 6 years ago

    Checked it out. Wonderful site. So refreshing to see all the different forums dedicated to helping people understand his values and where he stands on the issues.

    Excellent news and recced accordingly.

  • on a comment on A Note From Hillary over 6 years ago

    I'm not raining on anyone. I'm stating options that, in my opinion, seem to be more worthwhile than rescuing Hillary. In spite of the fact that Americans are drowning in escalating food and gas prices, assuaging Hillary debt shouldn't be a priority for progressives. Plain and simple.

  • comment on a post A Note From Hillary over 6 years ago

    should be the last issue on voters minds this election season. Indeed, her selfishness and pathology kept her in the race and now its expected for her to be bailed out because of it?

    Money better spent:

    1. Obama campaign
    2. Natural disaster victims from Myanmar thru to the midwest
    3. Democratic down-ticket races

    At some point Hillary needs to take responsibility for her loathesome actions fiscally, managerially, and otherwise during the campaign.

  • comment on a post Could someone ask Nancy Pelosi to shut up? over 6 years ago

    Uh..not. The truth of the matter is that Nancy recognizes Hillary for the person she is. Many leaders in the democratic party have lost patience with her and her mystifying sense of entitlement.

    And sorry..Hillary does not have more power than the Speaker, regardless of whatever number of democrats may have voted for her. In my opinion Hillary can learn alot from Speaker Pelosi. Maybe she would have been a trite more successful had she emulated Nancy's quest for unity in the party, and the Speaker's graciousness and class. More importantly, Nancy didn't get where she is by being married to a former President.

  • comment on a post Hillary for VP or Bust for this Obama Supporter over 6 years ago
    are getting so tiresome.
    Hillary is no longer a serious and viable candidate for v.p and if you feel that you can't support Obama -then don't.There are roughly 218 million U.S. adults in this country that can possibly be persuaded if you cannot. But I'll tell you this... histrionics from her supporters aren't going to compel him to choose her.
  • you don't want to be labeled a troll yet you have this disgusting habit of throwing that term around so loosely your damn self.

    Funny thing isn't it?

  • but I think that progressives' dollars would be well spent in other areas. Barack, our nominee comes to mind first but have we forgotten about all the tornadoes and floods that have ravaged communities in the midwest? Kansas State University alone suffered 20 million dollars worth of damage.

    It's also kind of offensive that she is even ASKING for money to help settle debts incurred from her mismanagement.

  • but wouldn't it make more sense to hold our congresspeople who voted for this despicable war accountable? They are responsible for this madness in iraq.

  • Very few journalists spoke out against the war, and this is unwarranted and uncalled for. After listening to others speak about his career, his passions, his life he seemed to have been an honorable man...and a well-respected journalist amongst his peers.

  • on a comment on Let's make a deal - - - over 6 years ago

    Va te faire enculer!!!!

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