Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton Shedding Polarizing Image
Posted on 11/20/2004 7:05:18 PM PST by DrQuinn
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In theory, this is GREAT news. I sincerely hope that the democrat candidate moves as far from the left as possible. Maybe they'll move so far to the right, that the GOP will feel some pressure to end their profligate spending.
She can't hide who she is. Neither could John sKerry.
I would like many question about her husband cheating asked.
Thanks to the voters of Arkancide, America, and New Yarkansas for enabling this beast by electing and re-electing that piece of trailer trash from Hope and then, unfortunately, her as a senator.
Look for a "Conservative" a/l/a Ross Periot to emerge.
My guess is John Mc Cain.
Those two are peas in a pod; two for the price of one and
the price is way too high. I suppose she would ditch him
if it would grease her way to the White House, Heaven
Ha, ha, ha...... what a load of BS
They really don't get it.
CONDI IS A RINO ON ABORTION!
That's the problem with the Clintons--they're always in "transition". These are souless people with no convictions or roots.
How does she say that with a straight face? She's about as Southern as General Sherman.
Fat Bottomed Girl thinks we're gonna forget the 8 years of Bonnie and Clod.
I don't agree with ANY of Hillary's views....and cannot stand the thought of "those people" returning to the White House.
I agree -- Hillary would be an unsurmountable Marxist disaster for America. Putting Bonnie and Clyde, which is what it would amount to, back in the White House...arrrghh...perish the thought -- did this country NOT LEARN ITS LESSON BEFORE??
The Repubs need someone that is strong and has a track record and credentials -- that alone would beat Hillary, beyond the nornal Yellow Dog Dem vote...she really will be easy to beat by the right person...because all you have to do is beat the Yellow Dog vote!!
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Don't be so foolish. If a pro-choice candidate like Rudy runs... many on the right will sit out the election.
That would make it very possible for someone on the left to win.
I would prefer to see Rudy take Hillary on in '06.
there is a big difference between an ACTIVE pro-choice candidate, and someone who would simply maintain the status quo regarding abortion. let's face it, we elected Reagan to two terms, Bush 41 once, Bush 43 2 times, and added a republican congress since 1994 - the ball on abortion has moved only slightly to the right on things like partial birth and parental notification. no big changes.
in light of that, what sense does it make to nominate an unkonwn purist on abortion, and risk electing Hillary, who we all know full well will be ACTIVELY pro-abortion.
again, our basic problem is that we don't have a well known candidate for 2008, that meets everyone's conservative credentials.
Like my dad says, a pig in a dress is still a pig!
Hillary, get over yourself!
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