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Backlash: 2 million angry Democrats reject Obama?

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posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 05:11 PM

Originally posted by lucien
WOW...the amounts of money PUMA's are raising is amazing!!

This was a great article!

reply to post by Stormdancer777

HI lucien, I am keeping a close eye on it.

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 05:13 PM

Originally posted by re22666
reply to post by bubbles75

how dare you! do you not know that Here in America, we actually know way more than anyone in any other country about everything. That is why we only need to learn one language and do not really need to know stuff like where places actually are on a map or well this list goes on and on....

Or what changes Obama stands for, lol

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 05:14 PM

Originally posted by DaleGribble
reply to post by Stormdancer777

no cant be since when are liberals

fascist, socialist pigs?

this is a new one on me.

[edit on 15amu102007 by DaleGribble]

LOL Dale, I am just learing these things, I have never been political, but this year is interesting.

posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 05:17 PM

Originally posted by yankeerose
That Hillary supporters are turning to GOP blogs and hate talkers to get their point across, only serves to reveal their true colors. Are these really Democrats, or is this the Rush Limbaugh fans who crossed party lines to try and skew the primary numbers?

Any Democrat worth their salt knows who they are really fighting... and that these whiners are just Republicans in disguise trying to stir up the pot. What a bunch morons... to align themselves with FOX News? Oh ya, lots of democrats watch FOX... for a good laugh!!

Liars, cheats and thieves... that's who is making all this fuss! Keep trying to say you are really Liberals fighting for Hillary... your stench shows you for what you really are.

No they are not Republicans in disguise, go to their forum, there are many recognisable democrats who are joining and leading this movement,

You underestimate Hillary supporters.

posted on Jul, 18 2008 @ 10:59 PM
Obama as a new politician?

There is only one politician who will not say anything to get elected.
Only one politician with morals and principles:

Hillary may have lost the primary because she refused to give a phoney apology for her intiial pro Iraq war vote.

Bruce Bartlett, author of the National Review:

Given the views of the Democratic base and the enormous unpopularity of the Iraq War, it is a real act of courage for her to steadfastly refuse to say her vote for the war was wrong. Of course, like all Democrats and most Americans, she opposes the war today and favors a rapid pullout.
That is why the easy thing for Sen. Clinton to do would be to just throw in the towel, admit her vote was wrong, and move on. And that’s why it is an act of courage for her to refuse to do so. If conservatives weren’t so blinded by their hatred for her, this would be obvious.

Immediately after taking office, President Hillary Clinton would begin preparations to withdraw American troops from Iraq.

She would send a message to world leaders that the United States intends to rejoin the community of nations.

She would make clear to federal employees that they must heed the Constitution.

She would reverse Bush-era policies that have harmed the environment.

By Jeralyn, Section Hillary Clinton
Posted on Sun Dec 30, 2007 at 11:39:43 AM EST
Tags: Iowa 08, New Hamphire 08 (all tags)
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New Hampshire's Concord Monitor has endorsed Hillary Clinton for President. After outlining what she will do in the beginning of her presidential term, it says:
Hillary Clinton's unique combination of smarts, experience and toughness makes her the best choice to win the November election and truly get things done.

Before embarking on an agenda of her or his own,
the next American president will be forced to undo the damage of the Bush years: ending the war in Iraq,
restoring habeas corpus rights,
ending the use of torture,
healing New Orleans,
restoring America's moral authority around the world.....

The next president must also take the lead on a serious effort to slow global warming,
a rational policy on illegal immigration
and a plan to provide health care to all Americans.

Clinton knows what she wants to accomplish. She knows how Washington works.
She has forged alliances with unlikely political partners, and she has waged partisan fights on matters of principle. Her years as first lady and as a U.S. senator have put her at the center of key policy and political battles for a decade and a half. She is prepared for the job.
The paper says Obama does inspire, but he's not the best choice. [More...]

Many White House administrations start off slowly, as green presidents fumble through their early months, unsure how to bend Washington to their will. Come 2009, America will be unable to afford such squandered time.
Clinton's ambitious to-do list for her first few weeks in office gives us confidence that her priorities are right and that she would act swiftly to make a positive difference. She is the Monitor's choice in the Jan. 8 Democratic primary.

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