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Finally getting tired of second string Clinton

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posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 02:27 PM
Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) draws support from 30 percent of likely Democratic caucus-goers in Iowa, compared with 26 percent for Clinton and 22 percent for former senator John Edwards (N.C.). New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson received 11 percent. The results are only marginally different from a Post-ABC poll in late July, but in a state likely to set the tone for the rest of the nominating process, there are significant signs of progress for Obama -- and harbingers of concern for Clinton.

Her prune dried turtle face and wimpering about "they are too tough on me" has finally it's toll in the polls. Packed audiences with scripted questions is bad enough, but crying about being blown away in the debates is not what we want in the White House.

Why would anybody want the "second string Clinton" in the White House. Wasn't the first impeached bone-head enough?

[edit on 20-11-2007 by eagledriver]

posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 02:42 PM
Yes, yes, yes.

I have been telling people in threads here for months that all the things she was doing would eventually catch up to her.

Her strong poll numbers in the beginning were most likely the result of a large portion of people being excited about the idea of a female president. That coupled with the fact that to most of the left, the Clinton's are rock stars would explain her strong showing early on.

As I've been telling people for months though, once the American people find out who she really is and what she really stands for, there is no way they can vote for her.

I think you will see her numbers continue to decline leading up to the primaries as well.

No matter how much the country as a whole is leaning left at the moment, the vast majority of them are not ready for the Socialist state she is proposing.

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