I WOULD VOTE FOR A TRAINED CHIMPANZEE BEFORE I VOTE FOR HILLARY CLINTON!...even bill doesnt want her
Yeah, these are hot.Thank God Hillary won NH. (Obama is about as articulate as a student in a freshman writing seminar.)I'd like to hear someone back up why they think Hillary sucks. While your at it try explaining what kind of "change" obama is actually going to bring. Seriously, the change thing is way over done. Every four years the underdog starts to see a chance, writes their name onto the 'change' ticket, and for some reason people actually believe them.I understand not wanting to vote for hillary, but I really don't get the strong anti-hillary camp out there.
you dont understand the millions of people who are anti-hillary? check out her plan to basically drive all american doctors out of practice. and if she cried every time something happened itd be ridiculous. i am not a huge obama fan, but i can tell you right now i would vote for him a hundred times over before i even thought about voting for her.oh, and explain the kind of 'change' hillary would actually bring. yeah, you can change things, but what good is change when you cant actually deliver, or for that matter have actually any good ideas for this 'change'.ugh i hate her.
haha yes hillary sucks
oh my god, the state of new hampshire is on some kind of drug. hillary clinton is practically the worst presidential candidate that has ever existed
I just don't get Obama sometimes. He's been a senator since 2005. How does that, in any way, qualify him to be president? I could understand if he had some cabinet-level position before that or even if he had just been a local mayor or something. But nope. He was a law professor at UChicago before that. At least being first lady gives you a bird's eye view of the government and the job of the presidency. I think John McCain might be the most qualified person in the race...
I would so vote for Obama in the next campaign, but right now he doesn't have enough experience. One year in the Senate? Hillary is the only choice for the democratic nomination- at least this year.
she didn't even cry! that just goes to show how easily the media can manipulate you (and even an entire election, i.e. the "dean scream"). if you actually watch the footage, hillary's voice cracked once and she maybe had tears in her eyes. if anything she got emotional because she's so passionate about what she's trying to do, not because she's weak and can't handle the campaign.last time i checked, 35 years of political experience was more important than being young, handsome, and "diverse."
i hate her/him and so do millions. rightfully so
What's wrong with the candidates:Hillary - She's swung her standing on the issues through Senate votes so many times in the past that I'm not really sure where the hell she stands.Obama - He can talk the talk, but can he walk the walk?Edwards - See Obama.Romney - Whoring himself out to the far-right - watch how he's become more conservative as the campaign's continued.Huckabee - Has equated homosexuality with necrophilia. A gay guy and a dead guy aren't the same thing, Mikey.McCain - When asked about Bush's plan to keep troops in Iraq for fifty more years, he asked for "a hundred."Giuliani - SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT 9/11. SERIOUSLY.Paul - Religious nut/crazy libertarian. And his supporters need to get a life.Thompson - The last actor-turned-president was Ronald Reagan. I rest my case.
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RON PAUL FOR THE MOTHERFUCKING WIN.
I think the worse response that McCain has given was when asked about possible actions in Iran in which he started singing "bomb bomb bomb bomb bomb Iran" to the tone of Barbara Anne. Oh, and remember when he joked about how he went to a Baghdad market and the only souvenirs he could find were bombs that he proceeded to jokingly give out to people on fucking national tv? What an insensitive prick. I really don't want a sociopath to be heading the US. I think I would even go as far as to say... and this is kind of painful... that McCain makes Romney look like a good candidate.Ideally it should be Kucinich vs. Paul.If I was to be realistic, I'm hoping for an Obama vs. Giuliani showdown.
I think we need to consider the sad fact that although not all voters may want a woman president, even more may be unlikely to vote for an African American candidate. Strategically speaking, if we want a Democrat in the white house, we need to get Hillary the nomination.
In terms of a strategy for getting a democrat in office, i think it depends who the opponent is. if it's mitt romney, then barack might stand a better chance because believability would become a central issue. but if it's mccain, you might want hillary because he blows barack so far out of the water with experience. the thing is, obama just can't talk about anything substantial that he's actually done. he's a junior senator from Illinois.edwards is a populist who should get out of the race now... i've met very few people who are very excited for an edwards presidency.
HILLARY CLINTON I HATE YOU
States that wouldn't vote for an African-American president probably won't be voting Democrat to begin with (like the deep south). Strategically, we hold no chance if Hillary gets the nomination. I don't know any moderate who would EVER vote for her. I already know quite a few staunch democrats who won't vote for her. Obama can at least appeal to the swing voters and that's been proven to be important.
who cares about the candidate. wall street always wins. join the dark side...
i would never ever put a vote in hillary clinton's name.
CTHULHU '08Why vote for the lesser evil?
lol i love when ppl talk about EXPERIENCE as a factor in assessing the effectiveness of an elected official.i mean, dedicating ones life to politics can be beneficial in terms of learning how to pass bill and handle certain situations.but a lot of that is what the cabinet is for, to help to president make crucial decisions in times of need.i think we can all also agree that experience doesn't always lead to effectiveness. no one can deny that Bush had a lot of "experience" in politics, nor that alot of the member of his staff aren't at least qualified on paper to be in the positions they are in... any what good has it served them??? they're the most incapable team of villians this country has ever had the misfortune of being run by, and have only used their "experience" for malicious and selfish gains...and if anyone needs an example of a president, lacking in experience of holding public office, look no further than one of america's greatest presidents: Abraham Lincoln. He ran for office god knows how many times, and only won a seat in the house i believe for one term. but he had to strength, and intelligence and the determination to run the country in times of need.i believe that no presidential candidate in the like 40 years has had the balls to run our country in such a way, to go beyond the call of duty, than Barak Obama. Cuz he's more than just a pretty face: he has the power to inspire thousands, possibly millions of ppl to bring about true change for our nation one step at a time. sure, he may not be perfect (who amongst us realy is). but when push comes to shove, i think he can really provide the country with what it needs most right now... and thats hope...anyway, i hope everyone makes the right decision at election time this year, because our future truly depends on the next four years...
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