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2007-12-20 12:06:41 PM
But...but...but... Hillary said she wasn't going to engage in the politics of personal destruction or engage in smear campaigns. This has to be some sort of mistake, right?

I know, this has to be another part of the vast right-wing conspiracy she keeps telling us about.
 
2007-12-20 12:14:07 PM
Clearly the work of a rogue campaign worker
 
2007-12-20 12:16:39 PM
The smartest woman in the world recalls nothing about the creation of these websites.
 
2007-12-20 12:17:44 PM
Browncoat: I know, this has to be another part of the vast right-wing conspiracy she keeps telling us about.

Actually, the "vast right-wing conspiracy", if you want to call it that, is invested in a Hillary victory. Bad news for her is bad news for them.
 
2007-12-20 12:18:13 PM
runn.smugmug.com
 
2007-12-20 12:42:10 PM
Sen. John Edwards, D-NC, in November launched the short-lived website PlantsForHillary.com, purporting to be from various forms of flora supporting the New York senator,

Bwahahahahahah
 
2007-12-20 12:42:10 PM
sigdiamond2000: Browncoat: I know, this has to be another part of the vast right-wing conspiracy she keeps telling us about.

Actually, the "vast right-wing conspiracy", if you want to call it that, is invested in a Hillary victory. Bad news for her is bad news for them.


I agree.
 
2007-12-20 12:48:22 PM
sigdiamond2000: Actually, the "vast right-wing conspiracy", if you want to call it that, is invested in a Hillary victory.

Just using the term she came up with.
 
2007-12-20 12:52:08 PM
sigdiamond2000: Actually, the "vast right-wing conspiracy", if you want to call it that, is invested in a Hillary victory. Bad news for her is bad news for them.

Why's that?
 
2007-12-20 01:01:01 PM
ShawnDoc: sigdiamond2000: Actually, the "vast right-wing conspiracy", if you want to call it that, is invested in a Hillary victory. Bad news for her is bad news for them.

Why's that?


A whole lot of people are rabidly anti-Hilary. And not just right-wingers. A lot of moderates aren't exactly moderate in their dislike of her. Her "disapprove of" numbers are higher than any other of the Democratic front-runners'. The Republicans would love to run against her, because they can draw in people voting against her. They think is is more defeatable than, say, Obama.
 
2007-12-20 01:05:50 PM
Sir Roderick Glossop: The Republicans would love to run against her, because they can draw in people voting against her.

Oh ok. I was thinking it had something to do with wanting Hillary to win the Presidency so she could take the blame for a lot of current Bush problems that are being left/built-up for the next President.
 
2007-12-20 01:19:02 PM
Meh, Hillary is an annoying politician of moderate intelligence and the steadfast conviction of a weathervane, and I'd complain every day of her single term in office if she were elected, but she is less scary to me than some of those on the right who want to bomb people into loving America.

Not that she wouldn't bomb anyone at a moment's notice if a poll showed people in favor of it, but I find naked pandering to be somewhat less frightening than some messianic vision of being a war leader.

/she's far from the best Democrat, though, and I'd probably vote Libertarian if she was in the race against Fred, Romney, or McCain.
 
2007-12-20 01:19:51 PM
Lucrezia Rodham Borgia.
 
2007-12-20 01:23:28 PM
ShawnDoc:
Oh ok. I was thinking it had something to do with wanting Hillary to win the Presidency so she could take the blame for a lot of current Bush problems that are being left/built-up for the next President.


That would be a vast right wing conspiracy.

GaryPDX:
/I are one


And my guess is there isn't much that she can say or do to convince you do think otherwise. I don't know why so many of my fellow Democrats think she is more "electable" than Obama. Fairly or unfairly, she is a pretty polarizing figure.
 
2007-12-20 01:24:12 PM
ShawnDoc: Why's that?

I should've been more clear. I meant a Hillary victory in the Democratic primary, not the presidency.
 
2007-12-20 01:25:30 PM
I don't like her as a person but I agree with most of her talking points... I don't know if this means I should vote for her or not. My ideal canidate is Obama though.
 
2007-12-20 01:30:01 PM
Hillary: DO NOT WANT.
 
2007-12-20 01:30:38 PM
Eh? Where does it say they were lost last year ??
 
2007-12-20 01:32:20 PM
PirateKing: Hillary: DO NOT WANT.


www.myconfinedspace.com

...to die.
 
2007-12-20 01:32:27 PM
GaryPDX: Sir Roderick Glossop: A whole lot of people are rabidly anti-Hilary.

I can vouch for that.

/I are one


Right there with you. There isn't any other candidate on the field on either side that has such high negative numbers. I don't think you can chalk it up to just being a woman, either. Her problem is that she will get out the vote - the vote against her. And in a lot of cases, those will come from the "undecided" voters.
 
2007-12-20 01:32:58 PM
ShawnDoc: sigdiamond2000: Actually, the "vast right-wing conspiracy", if you want to call it that, is invested in a Hillary victory. Bad news for her is bad news for them.

Why's that?


It guarantees someone with a penis and republican values (laugh) will be easily installed in office.
 
2007-12-20 01:34:05 PM
Sir Roderick Glossop: sigdiamond2000: Browncoat: I know, this has to be another part of the vast right-wing conspiracy she keeps telling us about.

Actually, the "vast right-wing conspiracy", if you want to call it that, is invested in a Hillary victory. Bad news for her is bad news for them.

I agree.


I agree with your agreement.
 
2007-12-20 01:34:23 PM
I CAN MAKE HAZ CAMPAIGNE SITZ FORS HILLARY??

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2007-12-20 01:34:41 PM
Nightsweat: Sir Roderick Glossop: sigdiamond2000: Browncoat: I know, this has to be another part of the vast right-wing conspiracy she keeps telling us about.

Actually, the "vast right-wing conspiracy", if you want to call it that, is invested in a Hillary victory. Bad news for her is bad news for them.

I agree.

I agree with your agreement.


I conKerr
 
2007-12-20 01:35:05 PM
Can she just go away now? I am never going to back a Democrat that sponsors anti-flag-burning legislation. That is just way to obvious a case of selling out your principles to showboat.
 
2007-12-20 01:35:06 PM
Hillary=Neo-con lite
 
2007-12-20 01:35:20 PM
A Clinton campaign official argued that Obama's campaign has a website called HillaryAttacks.BarackObama.com, which catalogues criticisms Clinton has made about the Illinois senator.

This is their defense?

"Well I'll have you know that he's been keeping track of our attacks!"
 
2007-12-20 01:35:59 PM
I'm about as Liberal as they get and I'm not crazy about Hillary either. Personally I'm leaning toward Edwards at this point, but I live in Oregon and by the time I get to vote in the primaries Edwards may not even be around anymore.

But I'll tell you this, I don't care who the Dem candidate ultimately is, I sure as hell won't be voting for any of the Republican losers out there. The last thing we need is another 4-8 years of Republican Supreme Court nominations. So calling all Dems and Republicans with a conscience, you need to put aside your hate for Hillary if she gets the nomination because a Republican is still worse than Hillary.
 
2007-12-20 01:36:03 PM
GaryPDX: Sir Roderick Glossop: A whole lot of people are rabidly anti-Hilary.

I can vouch for that.

/I are one


But then again, I have rarely met a person that was saying "I LIKE hillary clinton, I support her and her ideas and want her to be president"

It is always a "I dont want a republican to win"
 
2007-12-20 01:36:22 PM
Sir Roderick Glossop: ShawnDoc:
Oh ok. I was thinking it had something to do with wanting Hillary to win the Presidency so she could take the blame for a lot of current Bush problems that are being left/built-up for the next President.

That would be a vast right wing conspiracy.

GaryPDX:
/I are one

And my guess is there isn't much that she can say or do to convince you do think otherwise. I don't know why so many of my fellow Democrats think she is more "electable" than Obama.


...

...Because she's white?
 
2007-12-20 01:36:27 PM
Ugh, what a cowardly biatch. I'm glad the MSM picked up on this; maybe some of the hillbilly morans who support her will finally start looking elsewhere.
 
2007-12-20 01:37:39 PM
I'm sure shen knew NOTHING about it.
 
2007-12-20 01:37:55 PM
FTFA: Clinton's campaign has also introduced, quietly, a Web site called Attacktimeline.com, which Clinton officials say chronicles the ways Obama and Edwards were criticizing her publicly long before she began returning fire.

Whaa, they started it first, whaa!

content.altnation.com
 
2007-12-20 01:37:59 PM
tweekster: But then again, I have rarely met a person that was saying "I LIKE hillary clinton, I support her and her ideas and want her to be president"

It is always a "I dont want a republican to win"


I know someone who says they support Hillary but I think it is because she is a woman more than because she is a good canidate.

If Hillary is elected and she is a worse president than Bush think of what that would do to the chances of another woman trying to become president.
 
MFL
2007-12-20 01:38:08 PM
She is everything the right wing conspiracy as warned you about...and more.
 
2007-12-20 01:38:12 PM
RockIsDead: I'm sure shen knew NOTHING about it.

You can make that statement about her regarding any topic.
 
2007-12-20 01:38:34 PM
schiefaw 2007-12-20 01:35:05 PM
why don't left wing commie flunkies move to China if you want to burn the american flag.

Me and Tobey "Mc"Kieth will kick your ass! While "your" at it learn some "merican" and stop taking my "jorbs". Please.
 
2007-12-20 01:39:00 PM
As a liberal, I've never been able to understand why anyone has ever considered voting for this woman. I would love to see a female President, but one elected on the strength of her character, charisma, and platform. For her to win would be a mockery of the office, the party, and women. I can't believe liberals are dumb enough to support a candidate on the basis of a last name. It's the only remarkable thing about her.
 
2007-12-20 01:39:04 PM
GaryPDX: Sir Roderick Glossop:

And my guess is there isn't much that she can say or do to convince you do think otherwise. I don't know why so many of my fellow Democrats think she is more "electable" than Obama. Fairly or unfairly, she is a pretty polarizing figure.

Are you kidding me? She's a socialist hag who wants to be the "Oracle of Delphi" bestowing her blessings on the poor dumb whithered masses. She's tasted power and she hungers for it, she wants to be "Goddess Hillary of Planet Earth, All Knowing, All Blessing Provider of the little chillins of the Earth".

There's no farking way that wicked witch should ever become POTUS. She wants to seize an entire private industry and fold into a government bureaucracy. That makes me, and The Founders, kinda stabby.

Don't get me started on the choking stench of her evil bile.


This. Her healthcare plan would at the least levy fines on those who do not comply. You want some scary shiat? Read some of what her and Ira Magaziner were proposing back ~1994 when Bill let her plan the "overhaul" of health care.
 
2007-12-20 01:39:04 PM
I'd vote for Satan before I voted for Hillary Clinton. I thoroughly detest the woman.

If Obama is nominated and goes up against Guiliani, I will vote democratic for the first time in any national election. A Hillary nomination might be able to get me to hold my nose long enough to vote for Guiliani, Huckabee or Romney.
 
2007-12-20 01:39:19 PM
Ok ok if we never gave them the right to vote, we wouldn't be having this problem now.

/what a waste of good air.
 
2007-12-20 01:39:32 PM
Ryan2065: tweekster: But then again, I have rarely met a person that was saying "I LIKE hillary clinton, I support her and her ideas and want her to be president"

It is always a "I dont want a republican to win"

I know someone who says they support Hillary but I think it is because she is a woman more than because she is a good canidate.

If Hillary is elected and she is a worse president than Bush think of what that would do to the chances of another woman trying to become president.


That is the one exception I suppose, sort of, they still are not supporting her and her ideas, just gender but atleast that is some form of support FOR the person and not against someone else. but according to recent polls, that novelty factor is wearing off and women are jumping ship to support obama.
 
2007-12-20 01:39:39 PM
tweekster: GaryPDX: Sir Roderick Glossop: A whole lot of people are rabidly anti-Hilary.

I can vouch for that.

/I are one

But then again, I have rarely met a person that was saying "I LIKE hillary clinton, I support her and her ideas and want her to be president"

It is always a "I dont want a republican to win"


I'm STILL looking for an actual supporter of Hillary. Hell, I knew a few John Kerry supporters, and there was never a more "meh" candidate. But I have yet to meet someone who actually likes Hillary and specifically wants her to be president.
 
2007-12-20 01:40:03 PM
quickdraw: Sen. John Edwards, D-NC, in November launched the short-lived website PlantsForHillary.com, purporting to be from various forms of flora supporting the New York senator,

Bwahahahahahah


That makes me want to vote for him. The white house needs more funny in our foreign policy.
 
2007-12-20 01:40:12 PM
A woman as president of the United States???

What's next? Drivers licenses? The vote?
 
2007-12-20 01:40:34 PM
SherKhan: Lucrezia Rodham Borgia.

Nice. I'm stealing that.
 
2007-12-20 01:41:20 PM
GaryPDX:
Are you kidding me? She's a socialist hag who wants to be the "Oracle of Delphi" bestowing her blessings on the poor dumb whithered masses. She's tasted power and she hungers for it, she wants to be "Goddess Hillary of Planet Earth, All Knowing, All Blessing Provider of the little chillins of the Earth".

There's no farking way that wicked witch should ever become POTUS. She wants to seize an entire private industry and fold into a government bureaucracy. That makes me, and The Founders, kinda stabby.

Don't get me started on the choking stench of her evil bile.

Couldn't have said it better myself. She's a dirty red commie who wants us all to wear the same uniforms and work at state-owned factories. I heard she wants to replace all school textbooks with the communist manifesto.
 
2007-12-20 01:42:02 PM
arwen.kroaton.net

/would hit it, if only for the wattle...
 
2007-12-20 01:42:53 PM
Bad move, Hillary.

/will take someone more liberal.
 
2007-12-20 01:43:00 PM
Here's a good joke I hear recently:

What's the one thing that would be worse than a Hillary Clinton presidency?

A Republican presidency.

Get it?
 
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