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posted by marg6043
Well after been away from this post for a while, I will say that Mrs. Hillary will be the next Democrat candidate for president of the USA and she will be pushed to have Obama as running mate. Because he will help her win the elections with his popularity among the Blacks. After watching the debates last night I will say that she will be the next president. She exude confidence you can tell that she knows she got the presidency in her hands. Republicans stand no chance with the candidates they have. Occurs This just an opinion base of what I have seen and perceive about the primaries candidates. My personal choice will be not to vote for any democrat or republican, because the problems of this nation and the agenda on the middle east will be the same not matter what.
posted by marg6043
Thanks Justin, I am all over as you know. Yes I did like the new concept, but as usual I bet it was screened to the max. Still you can tell who got the bull by the horns in this campaign.
Originally posted by marg6043
Things are shaping in our nation to have the first woman president, I wish it was another woman to that position.
posted by Justin Oldham
When it comes to impeachment, there are several practicalities to be observed. First and foremost, the Dems can impeach or they can legislate. There's just not enough time left on Bush's game clock to get the impeachment process rolling. It's worth noting that Congress is in recess for the month of August.
Secondly, there is the oft quoted observation that because the Dems know they're going to win in '08, they've decided that they'd like to use some of those nifty Presidential prerogative for their own agendas. This is fundamentally sound politics since each thing that Bush does to harm his party only increases the Dem's win ratio in 2008.
The Republicans don't just need to be right about the Iraq war. They need, for lack of a better word, 'redemption.' I supported the war for different reasons than those given. Based on what I see, the surge is working. It's working too slowly because its another half-hearted effort, but it is working. Even so, all of that is not enough to change my opinion that we've over-stayed our welcome.
posted by Justin Oldham
With their hands free to legislate, I would expect the Dems to legislate with political gain in mind. Sending things to Bush that they know he'll veto is something that the remaining Republicans need to be wary of. Any first year student can tell you why. Dems can say, " we tried," while GOP candidates have to justify every breath they take with an "I'm sorry" tucked in every few syllables.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign will begin broadcasting its first TV ad in IA tomorrow. Ex-IA Gov. Tom Vilsack unveiled the 60-second spot titled “Invisible,” at a press conference today in Des Moines.
The ad is fairly standard, featuring excerpts of Clinton’s stump speech intersected with shots of her alongside children (there are four separate shots of her hugging or reading to kids) farmers, and senior citizens.
The Democratic Leadership Council's agenda is indistinguishable from the Republican Neoconservative agenda," he went on. "They want to continue to stay in Iraq. They reject the idea of a not-for-profit health care system. ... These analysts are ... trying to keep a politics that really helps support a privileged few at the expense of the many. So I'm the candidate of the people."
According to the Wall Street Journal, Norman Hsu, a top Democratic contributor and a major fundraiser for the presidential campaign of Sen. Hillary Clinton, has pleaded no contest to a charge of grand theft in 1991. According to the Journal, Hsu accepted a plea baring to serve three years in jail after for allegedly cheating investors out of $1 million.
California prosecutor claims that Mr. Hsu never appeared for his sentencing and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. "He is a fugitive. Do you know where he is?" Ronald Smetana, who handled the case for the California state attorney general, said in an interview with the paper. Norman Hsu's attorney claims that there are no outstanding warrants for his client.
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Hillary Clinton fund raiser Norman Hsu fugitive for grand theft? According to the Wall Street Journal, Norman Hsu, a top Democratic contributor and a major fund raiser for the presidential campaign of Sen. Hillary Clinton, has pleaded no contest to a charge of grand theft in 1991.
According to the Journal, a California prosecutor claims that Mr. Hsu never appeared for his sentencing and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. "He is a fugitive. Do you know where he is?" Ronald Smetana, who handled the case for the California state attorney general, said in an interview with the paper.
Hillary Clinton remains the favorite to become the next U.S. President, holding the 2/1 odds, according to the bookmaker Bodog Sports. She is also the most likely candidate for Democratic nomination with odds 11/10.
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