If Hillary is saying that then she is considering running.
Hillary is Obama, there is really no difference.
Its funny when Palin said the same thing, many Freepers here jumped all over the Governor for using identity politics. My guess is that they will be no where to be found on this thread which is very disturbing for a so called conservative blog site.
Its probably because no one would be shocked that a democrat is using identity politics, but a lot of conservatives dont want a conservative nominee playing that game.
Did you expect everbody to get here to this thread before your Post Number 4?
It is Affirmative Action B.S. when Sarah Palin says it and it is Affirmative Action B.S. when Hillary Clinton says it.
When some people voted for Obama because of the color of his absent father's skin, that was also Affirmative Action B.S.
If Obama's father had been a white Norwegian graduate student named Olsen and if Sarah Palin had been born a male named Richard, Barry Olsen would still be a do-nothing Legislator in the Illinois Legislature and John McCain would never have picked Richard Heath, with only two years of experience as Governor of a State with half the population of San Diego, as the nominee for Vice President of the United States.
If Hillary Clinton had not been married to Bill Clinton, nobody would have considered her as a Presidential candidate.
Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Sarah Palin were all Affirmative Action candidates that were not held to the same standards as white males.
Palin supporters still do not hold her to the same stadards as they would hold a white male.
Because she is sooooooo CUTE!!!
That is also Affirmative Action B.S.