• comment on a post This Clintonista Salutes Obama-Biden '08 over 5 years ago

    or someone/anyone can delete your comments for ANY reason just becuase they disagree. How sad. I could understand deleting offensive comments but to delete an opposing view just becuase if offends your personal world view is pathetic. This isn't communist China is it? How pathetic!

  • "I'm sorry, but it's not all about the Clintons anymore".

    Agreed. It was never about the Clinton's. It was never about Obama either, though his supporters mistakenly think it is.

    Well see how smart it is to kick Hillary and more importantly half the party who supported her to the curb.

    If he loses it will be because of HIS decisions and the decisions of Kennedy, Kerry, Dean, Pelosi, Dashle and other "leaders" who chose to go with a rookie when the nation is at war and one of our allies just got invaded by Russia.

  • Mondale chose an unknown congresswoman who was not vetted and who herself said she was not ready or a good pick.

    McCain will pick a senator Kay Bailey of TX or the former CEO of EBAY. If he picks Kay Bailey he will be able to pick off many Hillary supporters and independents.

    Obama ignored half the party by kicking Hillary to the curb and by painting her and her husband as racists. I thought he had the good sense to heal that wound by puting her on the ticket. I was wrong. She is vastly more qualified then he is but it matters not.

    We will see how it plays out.

  • on a comment on Rodham-Clinton!!!! over 5 years ago

    Wrong. There are plenty of his supporters who are still blaming Hillary for not responding more favoribly to being punched below the belt. The former first lady and last sucessful Dem president were painted as racists by the Obama campaign and Obama himself. They defended themselves and were trashed.

    I'm voting for O but he has needelessly pushed MANY voters over to McCain. He ignored half the party.

  • comment on a post My Thoughts On Biden over 5 years ago

    Joe Biden in 2008: "Obama is not ready to be commander-in-chief"

    Hillary only said Obama would have to make his case, she never went as far as Biden.

    Biden voted to authorize force in Iraq like Hillary but he didn't win the support of half the party like she did.

    If Obama loses this election the Dem party will be DEAD. There won't be any acceptible excuses. It's not on the Clinton's now its on Obama, Kennedy, Kerry, Pelosi, Dean, Dashle and other "leaders" in the Dem party.

  • to pick off Hillary supporters.

    Obama chose to roll the dice on this election. It is ALL on him now. He ignored half the party and has basically said: "deal with it".

    McCain has his opening. If Obama loses the Dem party is DEAD. I'm voting for O but he has taken an unnecessary chance by kicking Hillary to the curb after painting the former first lady and last sucessful Dem president a racists.

    Kerry, Kennedy, Dashle, Pelosi, Dean and other Dem leaders will be hung if Obama loses what should have been a landslide.

  • comment on a post Rodham-Clinton!!!! over 5 years ago

    This is all on Obama now. It is he and not the Clinton's who will be responsible for his victory or loss.

    Joe Biden in 2008: "Obama is not ready to be commander-in-chief"

    Biden voted to autorize military force in Iraq like Clinton did.

    Obama better win or the Dem party is DEAD! There will be no accpetible excuse for losing. Blaming the Clintons will be pointless.

  • well and Obama apparently loves his judgement.

  • on a comment on Pro-Biden over 5 years ago

    Biden in 2008: "Obama is not yet ready to be commander-in-chief"

    This may go down as the biggest political blunder in the last 70+ years. It's all on Obama now.

  • comment on a post Obama-Biden 2008: Introduction Event Thread over 5 years ago

    a woman on the ticket.

    This is now all on Obama. It will not be the
    Clinton's fault. We will see what happens.

  • comment on a post Sen. Biden: "He's clean, articulate... " over 5 years ago

    he would have been painted as a racists like the Clinton's were.

  • commander-in-chief.

    Hillary never said he wasn't ready. Instead she said that he would have to make his case.

    Obama went with the guy who said flat out that he wasn't ready.

    Now McCain will put a woman on the ticket.

  • comment on a post This Clintonista Salutes Obama-Biden '08 over 5 years ago

    Kay Bailey or the ex-ceo of ebay in attempt to win over the female voters Obama shunned.

  • comment on a post This Clintonista Salutes Obama-Biden '08 over 5 years ago

    they both looked bored.

    If they lose there will be no spinning this or pointing blame on the Clintons. It's Obama's show. He either gets the job done or he (along with the genuises in the Democratic leadership)goes down as the biggest loser of all time.

    Yes, he has my vote but if he wanted to win over Hillary's many voters he should have chosen her.

  • comment on a post This Clintonista Salutes Obama-Biden '08 over 5 years ago

    If he wins by a small margin or if, god forbid he loses, then it will go down as the biggest political mistake in the last 70+ years.

    I like Biden but he does not give you what Hillary would have. She is every bit, if not more, respected by the generals then Biden. She has more foreign contacts then McCain, Obama and Biden.

    Obama went out of his way not to choose the most qualified candidate who also earned about 50%support in the party.

    Biden in 2008: "Obama is not qualified to be commander-in-chief"

    Biden is smart but he is another boring white guy who is much more conservative then Hillary. She got screwed. Her crime is being female not being married to the last sucessful Democratic president. Had the situation been reversed she would have chosen Obama as the first black VP. He wasn't so nice or fair. Now its all on him.

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