• comment on a post Rhode Island Barack Obama Event over 6 years ago

    Rhode Island even is featured clearly in the FP of Obama website.

    But Hillary has no events featured in her web page.  They were starting to have one already then it is gone again.

    Website advertising events would be helpful.  Because some will not receive e-mail or invitations but when they go to Hillary website and find an event they can plan to go there.

  • The Obama people are very mean and aggressive.  Obama talks about unity and reaching out but the supporters are the opposite of this.

    I sometimes think this is a concerted move not just isolated incidents.

    It is like they receive talking points and marching orders.

    I tell you in this fight Hillary is the nice campaign/person.

    Which can be good or bad.  Because if you are too nice it is hard to win if you are fighting GOP which are aggressive bullies--just like the Obama team is.

  • comment on a post Open Thread over 6 years ago

    One thing about this primary season is more Independents and Republicans are voting---and they are voting for Obama.

    While Democrats are voting for Hillary.

    Can you not see the disconnect.

    This is suppose to be a Dem primary to be the Democratic Party candidate.

    These people are voting for who will be easier to beat and let McCain win.  They dont have the country's interest or the Dems interest in mind.

    I cannot forgive Mark Penn.  He used to work for Dick Morris--I think he is a Republican plant who aims to bring down Hillary and the Democrats.

    Now that Obama is likely the winner--he wants to go all out negative on Obama but early on before Super Tuesday, he was against that.  Can you not see the disconnect.

    I think Mark Penn is a Republican plant or secretly wants Republicans to win the WH.  

  • comment on a post Hillary as Obama's VP - What do you think? over 6 years ago

    Face it,  these campaign has allowed us to see more of Hillary and really all those illlusions we had of her were changed the more we see her and listen to her, the more we get to know her.

    Hillary hid and did not fight the misconceptions the Right and Left has been hammering people day in and day out.  But really once people see her and listen to her,  all these negatives will go down.

    There is no way but like her.

    I really would like to see a Obama/Hillary ticket or the other way around.  But dont bring the Wolfson, Penn, McCauliffe to the campaign.

  • comment on a post Donate to Hillary Now for Ohio and Texas over 6 years ago

    Her team is made up vultures bilking her money and taking advantage of her trust.

    After the $36M spent in NY Senate run,  she should have fired all of them.

    If there is one cause for her loss it is Mark Penn, Wolfson and all the highly paid Washington consultants.

    Trippi even worked for free for Gov. Dean.

    Where have you heard of $5M and $247,000 monthly salary---these are CEO salary.

  • comment on a post Clinton Supporters Infuse Campaign With Cash over 6 years ago

    I really liked Hillary but I dont like how she had managed her campaign.  Is this how she is going to manage the country.  She couldnt kick out the money vultures bilking her dry without any substance.

    One good thing about this campaign is that the bottoms up campaign won and hopefully,  the rest of politicians will now not just rely on top down high priced consultants.

  • on a comment on Obama goes on over 6 years ago

    There would be subsidies for a certain income bracket.

  • on a comment on Heart of a Champion over 6 years ago

    If I were Hillary I would have ask Donna Brazille to run the campaign instead of the most expensive whore-lobbyist Mark Penn with poor judgement and out of touch of voters just out to milk Hillary of millions of dollars.  

    When it was early and time to do negative attacks against Obama or drive up negatives of Hillary, he said no.

    Now when it looks like Obama is the eventual winner--he now wants to go negative---this is wrong as you will decrease the chance of the Democrats to win the WH.

    Hillary was a good product to sell -- but he bomboozled it which was hard to do.

    And Hillary is also to blame for not recognizing incompetence and doing something about it before it hurts you.

  • comment on a post NOTE TO HILLARY: BRING IT HOME TOMORROW NIGHT!!! over 6 years ago

     I think it is wrong to call Obama extreme left.  Dont define him as extreme left.

    Emphasize experience, hit McCain hard, show people you are the best person to debate and run against McCain.  Talk about women's issues and how cool it is that a woman will break the ultimate glass ceiling and be a leader of the free world.

    Emphasize Obama's youth.

    Talk about the Clinton years of competence prosperity , peace which the Bush derailed and you are there to set it back again on the path to the bridge to the future

  • comment on a post NOTE TO HILLARY: BRING IT HOME TOMORROW NIGHT!!! over 6 years ago

    I  support Hillary but Hillary should not use GOP frames on Democrats,  she should not demonize liberalism because it is just a meme aim to demonize Democrats when really being liberal means -- wanting a fairer government for the people by the people of the people to be on the side of the people against powerful corporations and make sure there is equal playing field and not a monopoly, check on abuses hurting the people.

    Hillary should use this occasion to prove that she can beat McCain more than Obama by hitting McCain harder than Obama would.

    It is too late to destroy Obama because he may well be our nominee and we dont want to hurt his chances for GE.

  • comment on a post Obama should launch a TX & OH attack ad blitz over 6 years ago

    http://www.dispatchpolitics.com/live/con tent/national_world/stories/2008/02/20/A D_WAR.ART_ART_02-20-08_A4_4N9DH7F.html?a dsec=politics&sid=101&loc=inters titialskip

    Meanwhile, Obama's ground war began over the weekend with a pair of glossy mail pieces attacking Clinton.

    "Hillary Clinton believes NAFTA was 'a boon' to our economy" claimed one, emblazoned atop a large photo of a padlocked plant gate. Clinton's stance on the North American Free Trade Act, approved by her husband in the 1990s, has been a hot topic in economically distressed states such as Ohio.

    The other says "Hillary's health care plan forces everyone to buy insurance, even if you can't afford it" above a couple going through some papers at their kitchen table. The coverage afforded by the two Democrats' health-care plans is the main point of contention on that topic.

  • on a comment on Obama goes on over 6 years ago

    Meanwhile, Obama's ground war began over the weekend with a pair of glossy mail pieces attacking Clinton.

    "Hillary Clinton believes NAFTA was 'a boon' to our economy" claimed one, emblazoned atop a large photo of a padlocked plant gate. Clinton's stance on the North American Free Trade Act, approved by her husband in the 1990s, has been a hot topic in economically distressed states such as Ohio.

    The other says "Hillary's health care plan forces everyone to buy insurance, even if you can't afford it" above a couple going through some papers at their kitchen table. The coverage afforded by the two Democrats' health-care plans is the main point of contention on that topic.

    http://www.dispatchpolitics.com/live/con tent/national_world/stories/2008/02/20/A D_WAR.ART_ART_02-20-08_A4_4N9DH7F.html?a dsec=politics&sid=101&loc=inters titialskip

    This clearly are lies.  I heard Hillary say about fair trade--like asking to improve labor laws and enviroonmental laws in trading countries.  Also Hillary Clinton offers subsidies for health care and a government alternative if they cannot afford health insurance.

    Obama supporters,  you think Hillary is unfair---look at how Obama uses Rovian tactics.  Also Obama supporters in comment threads have also been misrepresenting Hillary in message boards.

  • on a comment on Obama goes on over 6 years ago

    March 2008 - Democratic
    4 - Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, Texas
    8 - Wyoming
    11 - Mississippi

    April-June 2008 - Democratic
    April 22 - Pennsylvania
    May 3 - Guam
    May 6 - Indiana, North Carolina
    May 13 - West Virginia
    May 20 - Kentucky, Oregon
    June 1 - Puerto Rico
    June 3 - Montana, South Dakota

  • on a comment on Why I support Hillary Clinton over 6 years ago

    If you are a Dem you wont criticize George Soros.  Only GOP people who are brainwashed by FOX lies,  spot untruths and misinformation on George Soros.

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