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Hillary Clinton back on Presidential Ticket

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posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 01:24 PM

WASHINGTON -- A Democratic National Convention that is supposed to showcase Barack Obama will devote a considerable amount of time to Hillary Rodham Clinton and her family, with the two campaigns announcing an agreement Thursday to formally enter her name into nomination.

The development means that during the state-by-state vote on a nominee for president, delegates will have the option of choosing Clinton rather than Obama -- giving supporters a chance to cheer her candidacy one last time.

Barring an unforeseen collapse on Obama's part, Clinton won't win; Obama wound up with 136 more delegates than needed to clinch the nomination, and there are no signs of any defections.

Seems like things have opened back up for the Clintons

but only if something bad happens to Obama

but that would never happen I'm sure....

posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 01:31 PM
The Clinton's seem as if they can perform magic at times. I have a thread discussing the possibility of Clinton winning the nomination here -'

I don't think the Clinton's will stop at anything to get what they want, but I'm not sure that Hillary wants to get the nomination in this manner. I'm not really sure what her goal is.


posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 01:41 PM
I fear I will have nightmares tonight of a new Diabold debacle while Madame President promises to look into it after her Pentagon meeting to discuss drafting new war plans concerning Iran

Edit: typo

[edit on 15-8-2008 by _Heretic]

posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 02:51 PM
Could it possibly be that she takes votes away from Obama to make it definite win for McCain... I am not sure how votes counted but i remember in 2000 election a candidate for Green party ran and took a lot votes away from Democrats.

posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 03:12 PM
The Clintons are interested in nothing but their "dynasty" and if things go against them then the primary concern is to wreck the party that cheated them out of their entitlements.

I don't care for that family at all and would like that they leave any sort of government involvement for good.

posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 03:27 PM

Originally posted by Mr.Slon
Could it possibly be that she takes votes away from Obama to make it definite win for McCain... I am not sure how votes counted but i remember in 2000 election a candidate for Green party ran and took a lot votes away from Democrats.

well it will be either Obama vs McCain or Clinton vs McCain

so basically this means Obama can lose to her in a delegation vote only in a case in which something were to happen to Obama physically or something like a vote of no confidence occurred because he screwed up politically before he has it cinched

why he would do this when he already has it cinched is what disturbs me

they claim it is a "respect" thing, but were I Obama, and wanted to win the election, this would be the last thing I would do

Interesting indeed

Edit: Plus I do believe that the Bush Family and the Clinton Family are in the same camp

[edit on 15-8-2008 by _Heretic]

posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 03:31 PM
reply to post by Jemison

LOL Her goal is the same as "The Brains" of "Pinky and the Brain"...
I think they are all full of Bull!

posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 04:15 PM
The Democratic party really doesn't want the Clintons. They're sort of a metastatic tumor to them.

posted on Aug, 18 2008 @ 04:18 PM
I've said it before, and I'll say it again.

NOTHING will stop Hillary Clinton's desire for the Oval Office. The Clintons have led a trail of bodies all the way from Arkansas, to DC, and all the way up to New York...guess what?

The trail is about to lead *back* to DC.

I have said since early February that should Barack Obama (Barry Soetoro
) look like he was going to get the nomination, he was going to be Vince Fostered. If by some lapse of sanity he offers the position of running mate to Hillary Clinton, his days are numbered, big time. If that was the case, Michelle Obama better up Barack's life insurance.

That being said, I would prefer Hillary Clinton as POTUS over Barack Obama. Why? Congress will fight Hillary. They will roll over and pee themselves for Obama out of fear of the "racist" brand if they oppose him.

*disclaimer: This is only my opinion and worth exactly what you paid for it. I do not advocate bodily harm to any of the candidates in the 2008 Presidential Election*

posted on Aug, 18 2008 @ 05:49 PM
Hypothetical Situation:

Hillary Clinton wins the nomination.

Clinton vs. McCain

McCain will destroy the Clinton campaign with her predatory attack at the DNC.

"She's not going to keep her word" because she conceded and withdrew, gave her support for Obama.

It'd be in the best interests of the DNC to not be forever split in sections.

The majority voted for Obama, despite jackal attempts by people like Rush Limbaugh to get more votes for Hillary Clinton.

She couldnt win a fixed nomination with people cheating to help her win.

How does she expect to win the election of all elections?

She needs to go back to what she does best: Shutting up.
I can't stand this woman, and her husband too.

posted on Aug, 18 2008 @ 06:02 PM
Here is something odd if you go to the King James bible codes there is mention of only hillary and mccain.

Now the weird part is she could enter the whitehouse as a VP.

[edit on 18-8-2008 by Illahee]

posted on Aug, 18 2008 @ 10:37 PM
Hypothetical situation, Highly damning information is leaked by a source with no "provable direct connections" to the Clinton camp just prior to the vote.

In the shock of the moment many defections occur and Hillary saves the day for the party! Yay Hilly!

Very convenient, very well timed, and absolutely shocking to Hilly. I think murder would be too obvious and public, when simple scandle will suffice.

It dosen't even need to be true, just indesputable and horrendous enough to carry the moment. Just credible enough for a day or two of dirty work.

posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 05:09 PM
I agree and I am watching the VP situation with interest

thx for posting

posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 10:45 PM
Hillary *SUSPENDED* her campaign in her speech. She did not conceded. She never used the word concede. (apparently she is great at playing games with words) There is a big difference between the two. THE QUOTE BELOW IS HER EXACT WORDS:
"Today, as I SUSPEND my campaign". No where did she say "I concede". My understanding although it could be wrong is that by suspending her campaign, she can come back to the election much easier than if she conceded. I would love to hear others opinions on this.

posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 01:03 AM
Wether it is Obama or Hillary, it all boils down to who will play ball the way they are told to. Obama might not play as directed but Hillary has a proven track record in doing so. It is up to the Electoral College, CFR and Tri-Lateral Commission as to who will be POTUS and not the people. Our votes are considered nothing more than an opinion, which they will either go with or not. Al Gore was the POTUS elect in 2000 but it was given to Bush. So I hope you don't have your hopes on any one candidate to win because they will put in whom they will.

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