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Hillary Clinton: Breaking up is hard to do
Canada Free Press ^
| Saturday, January 14, 2006
| John Burtis
Posted on 01/14/2006 7:16:24 AM PST by Anne_Conn
We all remember high school and how awkward it was to break up with someone you had been seeing. You rarely just told someone it was over. Usually you just drifted away, often hiding from the other person, until they got the message and left you alone. Though, it seemed easier at the time, Im sure it was actually far more difficult, lasted longer and created far more damage to both parties. And so it is in adult
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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs; Government
KEYWORDS: antibush; democrats; harrybelafonte; hillary; hillary2008; hillaryclinton; hugochavez
posted on 01/14/2006 7:16:28 AM PST
"...Hillary, on the other hand, has left her radical days behind her at Wellesley..."
And if you believe that, vote for her and watch her as President revert to her radical days. She is putting on a show in order to get elected and frankly, I think most are buying it. She scares the crud right outta me.
posted on 01/14/2006 7:38:39 AM PST
by mad puppy
( The Southern border needs to be a MAJOR issue in 2006 and 2008)
To: mad puppy
You know what I read?
Blah, blah, blah, blah, ##bulls**t##, blah, blah, blah.
Then I stopped reading.
"Despite his wild and wacky ways, Harry... huddled masses yearning to be free, from Venezuela to Cuba."
posted on 01/14/2006 8:07:31 AM PST
("America is too great for small dreams." - Ronald Reagan, speech to Congress. January 1, 1984.)
Back in the heyday of this familiarity, in September of 2005, Hillary and Hammerin Hank, as Harry is affectionately called by his legion of worshippers, from dictators to dunces, so nicknamed for telling it like it is, appeared together at a Congressional Black Caucus wing-ding, where they couldnt be chummier.
While at the podium, flanked by Hillary, Harry really laid it on, about how pissed off he was, hollering about US policy making a wreck of the planet, that American policy is, "
written on the walls of oppression everywhere."
At the end of his supercharged jeremiad, Hillary immediately leapt to the rostrum to add her own venomous comments in support of his crazed fabrications.
The great Democratic bugaboo, the Bush administration has made, "
a concerted effort to make it even harder for poor people and for non-English-speaking people and for elderly people to vote in this country," she bellowed to the cheers of the crowd and supportive smiles from Hammerin Hank.
Of course breaking us is hard, and especially so for her. If the Hildebeast couldn't manage breaking up with her mimbo husband after the Lewinsky scandal, how do you expect a high school student to break up with his girlfriend?
And I thought Hillary could do anything.
posted on 01/14/2006 9:09:18 AM PST
by justt bloomin
("Political correctness is really the only form of hate speech." Mike Adams, UNC-W)
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