A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton..In case...

Hillary! Here is a piece of advice in case you are forced out of the race by Clueless Democrats bent upon nominating the less electable candidate.

Remember this modified Miranda Warning:

Anything you say will be twisted, misinterpreted and held against you by the Obama campaign and their media surrogates.                                       

Don't ever forget that the snakes in the media especially from National Bash Clinton Corporation are waiting for an opportunity to bash you and Bill. Please do not grant any interviews to MSM.

Do not offer to campaign for the nominee.

If the nominee falters for any reason you will be blamed. Remember Sen. Obama can do nothing wrong. More over Sen. Obama has told us many times that he is confident that all your supporters will be supporting him in the GE. I imagine we would all follow him like a pied piper due to his magnetic personality.

Please request Bill not to campaign for the nominee.

Sen. Obama hates 1990s and would like to turn the page. Bill Clinton has been tagged as a racist by Obama Campaign and their surrogates in the media. Remember No good deed will go unpunished. Don't ever forget Unity is a one way street from the perspective of Obama campaign and their surrogates

You have done every thing in your power to prove to us as to who is more electable. Unfortunately that will not be the criteria that would be used by the Democratic Party. It is the delegates stupid! Is the mantra

Relax and enjoy life and brace yourself for fabricated stories from Obama campaign and the media. It is really difficult to separate them. Don't forget "Yes they can" and "Yes they will"

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Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton..In cas

Um.

Do not offer to campaign for the nominee.

Please request Bill not to campaign for the nominee.

You do realize we are Democrats here, right?  Hillary (and Bill), should she not be the nominee, will campaign for Obama.

Regardless of how long and hard fought this primary has been, they are not about to pull a Joe Lieberman.

by neonplaque 2008-05-26 06:02AM | 0 recs
I am not advocating that at all !

She would be blamed for any thing that goes wrong. It is better for her to stay away. She is a good Democrat that does not mean she has to be stupid and hurt herself.

by indydem99 2008-05-26 06:08AM | 0 recs
Re: I am not advocating that at all !

They need to think about their legacy.

by parahammer 2008-05-26 06:12AM | 0 recs
You are kidding me! Right??

They have done nothing to be ashamed of. The media will see to it that they get no credit. Eventually stuff would come out like "Wepons of mass destruction" and NY times. Stories would come out as to how the media bashed Clintons because of media's own hidden agenda.

by indydem99 2008-05-26 06:18AM | 0 recs
What COULD go wrong..

The next few years are going to see a lot of problems.

Rising fuel prices will make commuting infeasible for large numbers of suburban dwellers which will put incredible pressure on the price of urban real estate. Huge numbers of poor and middle class city dwellers who can't keep up with the rising cost of housing will be forced out of their valuable apartments, homes, etc. Many will have nowhere to go, because the rising cost of fuel will also have made suburban life more expensive. many city dwellers don't even have cars.

The cost of medical care will continue to rise, as will the battle over it. Whoever wins in 2008 will discover that the NAFTA and WTO agreements the US is already signatory to prohibit many of the candidates proposed cost cutting measures. The US will be forced to either put up and shut up, or give up lots of lucrative overseas pharmaceutical business (AIDS drugs, etc.) if we change the laws.

The battle over chemicals in the environment will heat up but will be delayed somewhat because more and more people wont be able to afford healthcare, even as they get sick. More and more products banned in the rest of the developed world will end up in the US. Americans will find themselves getting sick from the environmental toxicants but the MSM will not be able to explain why for fear of lawsuits. Eventually, the rate of disease such as autism and cancer will become a huge weight upon society and a dialogue will develop encouraging euthanasia for those unable to afford their bills. This will free up some housing, but there will still be a housing crisis because the US will still not have the level of public transportation we need, or even the level of public transportation we had before the transit systems were bought up and scrapped in the late 40s and early 50s. Traveling on public transportation will still be stigmatized in some areas. Many people will remain holed up in their homes, unable to afford transportation. People will turn to the Internet for companionship, but free and noncommercial portals will be under attack for various scapegoated causes. The result will be that no experiences which do not need to be paid for will survive. Eventually, America will commit seppaku. Aliene visiting Earth in 2452 AD will find only huge fields of ice, because global warming will have triggered an Ice Age which will cover most of the land. It will then be determined that the huan race killed itself because of greed. Scientists will comb the Earth looking for some viable DNA to clone to re-establish humanity elsewhere, but will find nothing.

by architek 2008-05-26 01:03PM | 0 recs
I agree

She can do no right in their eyes anyway. It's a lost cause.

Besides, the demographic segments who voted for her will not vote for Obama even if she asks them to. They know either she's being used, or she's just saying to be a good trooper.

by observer5 2008-05-26 07:21AM | 0 recs
Re: I am not advocating that at all !
IF she loses he needs to take a nice long vacation and enjoy herself. She has no reason to campaign for Obama and the Obama crowd thinks he doesn't need it anyway.
I know she promised to go wherever they told her and do whatever they wanted to campaign if he became the nominee..but I think they've been telling her a long time to go away- get lost and I think she should. I don't want to see her waste one moment or one nights sleep campaigning for Obama.
Take a vacation and then return to the Senate and work hard like she always has and say 'no comment' to whatever they ask about Obama and make no effort whatsoever to defend him or support him against all the attacks to come. You are right- they love to blame the Clintons for everything.
by Justwords 2008-05-26 07:45AM | 0 recs
Re: I am not advocating that at all !


No, she's an important and strong Democratic leader and we need her to move her supporters to Obama (if he is the nominee).  

It's one thing to see gaffes made when Democrats are battling each other... it's quite another thing when  Democrats are hitting on the Republicans in unison.

by neonplaque 2008-05-26 09:50AM | 0 recs
sorry - may i also ask...

arent you the person that said?

Um, reverse BO and HRC and you've got a better read of which candidate has the ego and entitlement complex.

The Clintons thought they could simply waltz back into the WH as it's "her turn!" and entitled.  Well, boo-hoo.

how do you simultaneously hold 2 such contradictory ideas?

by canadian gal 2008-05-26 12:21PM | 0 recs
Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton..In cas

If she hadn't already spent herself $20 million in the hole, she would already be drafting Lieberman for a third-party run following the convention.

by Joe Beese 2008-05-26 06:48AM | 0 recs
Get your facts right

It was Obama that campaigned for Lieberman for senate not Hillary.

by indydem99 2008-05-26 06:59AM | 0 recs
Tell the whole truth.

It was Obama who campaigned for Lieberman during the primary.  After the nominee was decided, both Obama and Clinton supported Lamont.

by mistersite 2008-05-26 07:17AM | 0 recs
Your Concern is Noted

However, the Clinton's, being good Democrats, will respect the will of the party and campaign for Obama.

by parahammer 2008-05-26 06:06AM | 0 recs
Re: Your Concern is Noted

I did not say that they should go against the will of the party. If any thing this campaign has taught that they need to be very careful because they have many enemies in the media and Obama campaign would use every opportunity to bash them.

by indydem99 2008-05-26 06:12AM | 0 recs
DailyKos and DU will NEVER love her

They're not going to turn their hatred into love overnight. For them there is only one God etc.

by observer5 2008-05-26 07:24AM | 0 recs
The Triumph of The Will, eh?

by observer5 2008-05-26 07:25AM | 0 recs
Re:

"Do not offer to campaign for the nominee. If the nominee falters for any reason you will be blamed."

On this point, I have to disagree. Regardless of what she does, if Obama's nomination falters, I see no reason to think some won't try to blame Hillary for it in some way.

She had the nerve to give Obama a run for his money. Imagine that. You'd think we live in a democracy or something.

by phoenixdreamz 2008-05-26 06:16AM | 0 recs
Any Democrat will win this November
In spite of the "best" efforts of the bitter-enders here. McCain is weak and stupid, my friendsh.
It will be a strong and badly needed gust of cleansing fresh air when Hillary finally drops out in week one of June.
Watch for a large number of delegates both regular and super to come to Obama tomorrow morning.
by ReillyDiefenbach 2008-05-26 06:17AM | 0 recs
Good! Underestimate the enemy at your own peril!

by indydem99 2008-05-26 06:22AM | 0 recs
One million volunteers

will get out the vote.  Part B of the Obama strategy now coming into view.  It's all about boots on the ground, not taking a goddamned thing for granted, as Hillary found out to her eternal sorrow.  McCain will be buried so deep he won't know what hit him.  We're in good hands, my friendsh!

by ReillyDiefenbach 2008-05-26 07:12AM | 0 recs
Re: A piece

This is something the Clinton's will never do they are democrats.  But i can think of another candidate who did this and that is something i will never forget.

david

by giusd 2008-05-26 06:23AM | 0 recs
I agree
No good deed of theirs would go unpunished
by indydem99 2008-05-26 06:27AM | 0 recs
Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton..In cas

Here's a question:

Why the hell would the Obama campaign, having already gotten the nomination, continue to spend any of their time or resources trashing the Clintons?  What would be the point of that?

I think you mischaracterize the Obama campaign.  They're in the race to win it, not to destroy the Clintons.  I doubt very much that there will be any antipathy from the Obama campaign toward the Clintons once the nomination is wrapped up, providing Sen. Clinton is not destructive in her exit.

by mistersite 2008-05-26 07:15AM | 0 recs
What about all the revisionist comments

by Obama himself about the Clinton administration and his legacy, not to mention by Michelle Obama about Hillary's "housekeeping" skills and all?

by observer5 2008-05-26 07:23AM | 0 recs
Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton..In cas

Don't know much about politics, do you?

by Mandoliniment 2008-05-26 07:26AM | 0 recs
tips

rec'd your diary

If they screw her - I hope she doesn't bother to campaign for him....

she can relax and get ready for 2012....

by nikkid 2008-05-26 08:16AM | 0 recs
Thanks

by indydem99 2008-05-26 10:58AM | 0 recs
Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton

The last thing Hillary will do is pick up her ball and go off and sulk if she loses. She will do the same thing Obama would do in her position. Act like a grown up, suck it up and fight like hell for the party's nominee.

The Clinton's are adults and if in the end they lose they will act like adults. Don't project your juvenile revenge fantasies on to them.

by hankg 2008-05-26 08:36AM | 0 recs
Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton

Oh, and don't forget Bill has to rest that heart of his. Sorry Barack! Doctor's orders.

by superetendar 2008-05-26 12:09PM | 0 recs
Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton

Considering what a help he was to Hillary I hope he takes a very long vacation during the run up to the election.

by hankg 2008-05-26 04:04PM | 0 recs
Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton

Oh I think Bill did quite well for himself helping to expose Obama's working class 8.0 richter scale working class gap. I hope Bill has his feet up watching Barack do unity. Can't wait to see the great uniter unite.

by superetendar 2008-05-26 05:53PM | 0 recs
Re: A piece of advice for Hillary Clinton

He did a good enough job to come from nowhere and beat Bill at the game he thought he owned. So yes Bill can put his feet up and watch on TV as Obama is nominated POTUS.

by hankg 2008-05-26 08:18PM | 0 recs

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