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Hillary's attack ad
« on: March 01, 2008, 07:37:59 AM »
Hillary's running this attack ad:
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But here's what Bill said in 2004 about this kind of thing and how people should vote when presented with this type of option:
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Makes you think who Bill would be voting for if he weren't married to the she-devil.


And for good measure, here's a spoof on the ad:
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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2008, 08:18:55 AM »
i am getting sick of this bug eyed, phony, insincere c**t. she is obviously getting desperate.     X-(

i suppose we are going to see her squeeze out a few more tears here before this coming tuesday.



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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2008, 08:39:55 AM »
Well this is where Obama needs to use the vid of Billy Sax and sink her completely.


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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2008, 09:31:17 AM »
No we need Hillary to get the nomination, if Obama gets it I dont think McCain can win.

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2008, 09:51:41 AM »
good
if Obama gets it I dont think McCain can win.

good.

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #5 on: March 01, 2008, 09:58:11 AM »
good
if Obama gets it I dont think McCain can win.

good.

so I take it you want America to become a socialist country?

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #6 on: March 01, 2008, 10:04:13 AM »
No we need Hillary to get the nomination, if Obama gets it I dont think McCain can win.

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What if the Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about??

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #7 on: March 01, 2008, 10:38:50 AM »
Getting the working class  to vote republican is like getting chickens to vote for Coronel Sanders.


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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #8 on: March 01, 2008, 10:47:14 AM »
Getting the working class  to vote republican is like getting chickens to vote for Coronel Sanders.

Yeah its a shame, no one wants to help the middle class, repubs want to grow business and Dems want to take care of the lazy asses, I personally have problems with money being taken out of my check when I work hard and a percentage is given so able body people can sit home on their butts and not work because they dont want to.

The illegal immigration is stated that they do the jobs Americans dont want to do,well ship them back and make people on welfare do those jobs for what they get every month, no work, no welfare(it would actually be a pay check then and they wouldnt be on welfare because they would be WORKING), no work, no welfare and foodstamps, lets see how starvation motivates them.

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #9 on: March 01, 2008, 11:44:46 AM »
so I take it you want America to become a socialist country?

that's laughable, and funnily, one of those scare tactics like 9/11, taliban, war on terror, etc..a tactic that the OP posted about Hillary doing in her ad. looking at it as someone outside the US, another republican president isn't what the world needs.
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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #10 on: March 01, 2008, 03:44:43 PM »
so I take it you want America to become a socialist country?

that's laughable, and funnily, one of those scare tactics like 9/11, taliban, war on terror, etc..a tactic that the OP posted about Hillary doing in her ad. looking at it as someone outside the US, another republican president isn't what the world needs.

Nevermind

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #11 on: March 03, 2008, 02:42:57 PM »
Bush Says He Lets Red Phone Go Straight to Voicemail
‘Baffled’ By Clinton Campaign Ads, President Says

President George W. Bush commented on Sen. Hillary Clinton’s controversial “red phone” campaign ads at the White House today, telling reporters, “When that red phone rings, I just let it go straight to voicemail.”

Mr. Bush rarely comments about the Democratic presidential contest, but he said that he had to speak up about Sen. Clinton’s red phone ads because he found them “so confusing.”

“If I answered the red phone every time it rang, I would never get any sleep,” Mr. Bush said. “Sometimes it starts ringing at 9 PM, and I am already tucked in by then.”

Mr. Bush said that “there’s nothing so important that it can’t wait until tomorrow, or whenever I remember to check my voicemail.”

In a rebuke of Sen. Clinton, Mr. Bush added, “If she doesn’t know about letting your calls go straight to voicemail, I don’t think she has the experience to be president.”

Campaigning in Houston, former President Bill Clinton took issue with Mr. Bush’s remarks, telling reporters, “When I get a call at 3 AM, I always pick up, if you know what I mean.”

Pressed to explain exactly what he meant, the former president said, “Three o’clock in the morning – come on! Odds are we’re talking about a booty call.”

Shortly after his “booty call” remark, the Clinton campaign said that they were revising the former president’s itinerary to focus on states that had already voted in February.

Elsewhere, Sen. John McCain released a new series of campaign ads, showing him answering a telegraph key at 3 A.M.


 

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #12 on: March 04, 2008, 09:47:00 AM »
looking at it as someone outside the US, another republican president isn't what the world needs.

I'm a working class guy and I have always voted republican..    Not because I am a republican, I could be because I have always voted that way, but it's because I truly have thought that the republican was the better choice. 

I also don't think that another republican would be bad for the country, it's just who is the person running..    It's sad really..   I'm not for Obama.  I'm not for Hillary.  I really don't like McCain..    I kinda like Hucklebe, but I know he won't get the nomination.     So, what am I to do?    I guess start looking VERY closely at the 2 that get the nomination and try to figure it out.   :)

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #13 on: March 04, 2008, 10:41:12 AM »
Out of them all I like Obama. I believe him. I don't believe Clinton....as for Mccain...well, honestly, that just looks like 4 more years of Bush style politics. Probably the worst thing that could happen.

Whoever it is, they have their work cut out for them on the world stage.

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Re: Hillary's attack ad
« Reply #14 on: March 04, 2008, 11:16:20 AM »
that's laughable, and funnily, one of those scare tactics like 9/11, taliban, war on terror, etc..a tactic that the OP posted about Hillary doing in her ad. looking at it as someone outside the US, another republican president isn't what the world needs.
Please tell me you don't mean that 9/11 / the taliban / war on terror are all just scare tactics and not real events that affected the world stage.  And when the rest of the world was too scared to do anything, or refused to do anything because it didn't happen in their country, the US stepped up and did. You may not agree with the war on terror but it certainly has eliminated a lot of bad guys that otherwise would be planning to blow everyone up that doesn't agree with them.  You will argue that the war is also converting more people to extremism.  Maybe so, maybe they were already out there and waiting and are now just going to Iraq to join in the fight.
What should have been done when the US was attacked on 9/11?  Shoot a missile into an empty tent like the democratic president did?  or just say sorry for putting those towers in front of those planes you hijacked.  our bad.
RnR those are very real events and concerns not scare tactics.  I like to think my president has the balls to defend me and my family, and not pull up and run when things get tough.
I'm not saying Bush is the answer but he was elected twice.  Al Gore can cry all he wants. the votes were recounted. 
Out of them all I like Obama. I believe him. I don't believe Clinton....as for Mccain...well, honestly, that just looks like 4 more years of Bush style politics. Probably the worst thing that could happen.

Whoever it is, they have their work cut out for them on the world stage.
Like Keith I will wait and see who the final 2 are.  I'm not a registered Republican or Democrat and find Obama interesting but I sure would like to know what he means by "Change".  Easy word to say please define what you will do. 



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