Sunday, May 25, 2008

Bill Clinton Pissed Off again.. This time about how his wife has been treated

Former President Bill Clinton in South Dakota today delivered a harsh critique of how his wife has been treated during her presidential bid, telling the crowd that he has "never seen a candidate treated so disrespectfully just for running," and that, "she will win the general election if you nominate her. They're just trying to make sure you don't."

Clinton spent more than six minutes calmly discussing what he called a "frantic effort to push her out" of this race, saying that no one asked Ted Kennedy, Jesse Jackson or Gary Hart to end their presidential campaigns early.

Clinton also spoke against bullying superdelegates to make up their minds, saying, "I cant believe it. It is just frantic the way they are trying to push and pressure and bully all these superdelegates to come out. 'Oh, this is so terrible: The people they want her. Oh, this is so terrible: She is winning the general election, and he is not. Oh my goodness, we have to cover this up.'"

Speaking to a crowd of about 200 in Fort Thompson, S.D., Clinton seemed slightly subdued during his 30-minute speech, which largely focused on the issues important to the Native American community. As he wrapped up his remarks, a woman in the audience asked him a question about voting for Hillary Clinton.
"If you vote for her and she does well in Montana and she does well in Puerto Rico, when this is over she will be ahead in the popular vote," Clinton said. "And they're trying to get her to cry uncle before the Democratic Party has to decide what to do in Florida and Michigan because they are claiming that it only takes 2029 votes on the first ballot to win, and it takes a lot more than that if you put Florida and Michigan back in. Well, they will have to unless we want to lose the election. I mean, look, so there is that that is going on."
The former president was strong in his assertion that his wife has the best chance to win against Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, arguing that many electoral map predictions have his wife winning more electoral votes than Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., the Democratic frontrunner, in a general election.

Isn't this ridiculous? Why are Bill and Hillary Clinton trying to delegitimate the process? Hillary is losing today not because she is a woman, not because the media is biased, but because she has run a terrible campaign and has been a flawed candidate. There go the Clinton's again trying to blame their own failures on everyone else.
This guy is making a fool of himself, as if he had done it enough. His wife keeps on "miss-speaking" and he keeps on trying to make excuses for her...Duh! What a pair of clowns.

Hillary Clinton gets slammed for Robert Kennedy assassination remark! As she should have been

Hillary Clinton's last gasp campaign suffered a gaping, self-inflicted wound Friday when she recalled Robert Kennedy's 1968 assassination while defending her determination to keep running against Barack Obama.
Meeting with the editorial board of the Argus Leader newspaper in Sioux Falls, S.D., Clinton vigorously defended soldiering on through the last two primaries on June 3.
"My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won the California primary somewhere in the middle of June, right?" Clinton said. "We all remember Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California."
Political reaction was swift and unanimously negative. Even Hillary loyalists expressed shock, dismay and private outrage.

All those Hillary supporters who cannot seem to fathom the enormity of this crass comparison and would want to use various means of verbal contortions to explain Hillary's intent just think of this; 1) Here is a woman who by your various admissions is the smartest cookie in the jar 2) An attorney at law who understands how to present and make a case 3) An astute political operative with a self-proclaimed 35 years experience in political life who knows the difference between what is politically acceptable and what is not. 4) And who could have cited numerous other examples to have made a better and stronger case without recourse to the ASSASSINATED vernacular 5) Whose campaign at first sent out its most senior African American to express outrage that we are outraged! 6) Then came out herself to offer an apology that turned out not to be an apology Perhaps what Hill supporters and apologist do not and are incapable of understanding is that these remarks are not miss-sponed remarks nut ate strictly self-serving.
Of course she will try to spin her way out of this, but the comment was a Freudian slip.
Could Hillary be staying in the race and hoping for an Obama assassination?
Her explanation fot it is weak. She could have just said that the 1968 contest went into the summer without talking about assassination. That would still be historcially accurate if that was the point she wanted to make.
What a moron.

Carter sees Superdelegates prompting Clinton to quit

Jimmy Carter said on Sunday he expects Democratic superdelegates to reveal their choice for presidential nominee soon after the final primary in June and that Hillary Clinton will then have to quit the race.
In an interview with Sky News, Carter said he did not think Clinton was achieving anything by staying in the fight.

"I think not. But of course she has the perfect right to do so," he said while attending a literary festival in Britain.

"I'm a superdelegate ... I think a lot of the superdelegates will make a decision quite, announced quite rapidly, after the final primary on June 3," he told Sky News.

"I have not yet announced publicly, but I think at that point it will be time for her to give it up," Carter said.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is seen as front-runner. He holds a nearly insurmountable lead in delegates to the party's August nominating convention after months of contests that began in January.

Clinton has refused to quit until the last votes are cast and counted and the Democratic nominee is likely to be decided by the nearly 800 "superdelegates" -- members of Congress and other party insiders -- free to vote for whomever they want.
The Democratic candidates need 2,026 delegates to be nominated to run against Republican John McCain in the November 4 U.S. presidential election.
According to estimates by MSNBC, Obama now has 1,954 while Clinton has 1,783. There are 86 delegates left to be.

Who let Jimmy out of his Nursing Home again for this interview?

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Hillary And NOT Bob Barr

Maybe the results of the Virginia Primary show Clinton could win. Maybe Hillary should consider a third party run. Watching a little of the election coverage last night, in view of McCain’s global warming advocacy, the thought struck me that given our choices I could vote for Hillary with one big IF: if she got a separation agreement from Bill pending a divorce decree. (Don’t want him ever in the White House again.)

Hillary is the most conservative of the 3 liberals running for the office. With Hussein Obama the the Dims will lose big time. FTA: …59 percent of Clinton’s voters in West Virginia said they would either vote for John McCain in November or sit out the election altogether. And 61 percent said she would have the best chance to defeat McCain. And I’ll add McCain will probably do all he can to lose finding more things to back like global warming to really shaft Republicans..

So maybe Hillary should consider running as an independent, and become two firsts, the first woman president and the first independent to become president
The Dims know Clinton will get more votes that Obama in the general election because of the Bradley effect (white voters lie to pollsters about black candidates because they don't want to be thought of as racist).

Fortunately, the Dims don't know what to do about it because they thought it was more important to nominate a black man. So now they have him and they are stuck with him.
How about a Hillary/Bob Barr Ticket? There's enough confused and stupid conservatives that one of those might just fly! And that should help all those stupid conservatives who say they would vote for Hillary instead of McCain. Yes and that means you Ann Coulter

Sunday, May 4, 2008


There is no doubt Barack Obama is a seperatist. Call him Christian or Moslem separatist it does not matter. Look at his close associates. Louis Farrakhan, Jeremiah Wright, and a host of other black radicals including Connel West. This dude is not a straight shooter. Democrats need to be aware of what they are getting into. Listen to what his wife said about not being proud of America until her husband seem to be the presumptive democratic nominee for the Presidency. Listen to what Obama said about whites in rural and small town how close minded and racist they are that they cling to their guns and bible. Listen to Jeremiah Wright and his insidious garbage. IT DOES NOT TAKE A SOOTHSAYER, OR A GENIUS TO KNOW THAT OBAMA SUBSCRIBES TO THE TEACHINGS AND RACIAL BELIEFS OF LOUIS FARRAKHN AND JEREMIAH WRIGHT. This guy CANNOT beat John Mccain. Impossible. Republicans will so damage him to the point that democrats will be lucky to retain their hold on congress.