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No one is picking on Hillary, IMO; rather, they are picking her apart (keeping track of her backpedaling and what not).
1 posted on 11/15/2007 4:37:28 PM PST by jdm
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Risky? The body count suggests it’s life-threatening!


2 posted on 11/15/2007 4:40:20 PM PST by RightOnTheLeftCoast ([Fred Thompson/Clarence Thomas 2008!])
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And no one has benefited more from being a victim than the candidate formerly known as Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Try, "No one has victimized others more and benefited from it than Hillary Rodham Clinton."

3 posted on 11/15/2007 4:46:23 PM PST by no more apples (Go Pats! 9-0)
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And that rally had as much to do with Clinton the Victim as Clinton the Candidate. Throughout their White House years, the worse Bill behaved, the better Hillary looked. All women, without exception, could relate to her position and could admire her classy handling of the situation.

"All women"? I've never met or known 1 woman that thought this way or gave her this sympathy in passing conversation.

"without exception"? I know and talk to a lot of honest women. Real women.

MEGA-HURL-BLOWING-CHUNKS-BARF-ALERT!

Run Hillaryous Run!

4 posted on 11/15/2007 4:53:40 PM PST by PGalt (yeah, I heard Rush mention this today on his show)
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If Hillary needs a little sympathy vote to put IT over the top, BJ Clinton better hire a food taster!
5 posted on 11/15/2007 4:55:12 PM PST by HuntsvilleTxVeteran (Remember the Alamo, Goliad and WACO, It is Time for a new San Jacinto)
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The only place the question "Is Hillary being picked on because she's a woman?" is in a nitwit's mind only.

Hillary has already proven that she needs a babysitter called Bubba and various campaign staff to stand up for her when SHE makes a mistake.


6 posted on 11/15/2007 5:01:42 PM PST by xtinct (I was the next door neighbor kid's imaginary friend.)
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Throughout their White House years, the worse Bill behaved, the better Hillary looked. All women, without exception, could relate to her position and could admire her classy handling of the situation.

Are women proud of the way Hillary's Bimbo Eruption Squad destroyed the lives of those that Bill preyed upon? Is this considered a "classy handling" of her husband's paramours?

7 posted on 11/15/2007 5:03:12 PM PST by SERKIT ("Blazing Saddles" explains it all.....)
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Once upon a time, my mother hoped Thatcher would win the UK election simply because Mrs Thatcher was female. Today, she supports Hillary out of the same reason.

Her mother, my grandmother, gave her political support to any male politician she thought of as ‘handsome’.

There is a difference between them both, but not a major one.


8 posted on 11/15/2007 5:22:43 PM PST by WesternCulture
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I don’t believe it. This is just a scam piece running in the press.

And I would be wary of pikcing on Hillary just because you never know what kind of disease you’d end up with.


9 posted on 11/15/2007 5:26:00 PM PST by Secret Agent Man
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Parker is dead on correct, and Rush Limbaugh agrees. Many women are offended by personal attacks on women by men, even when the attacks are well founded. This matters because elections are not simply about about being right, but are about getting enough votes to run the country.

The way to deal with the protectiveness of women toward Hillary is to avoid uncharitable references to her or her person. Instead, state the claim as a policy issue and as differences with Senator Clinton.

This kind of genial, good natured approach works. The Reagan we saw in his speech in 1964 for Goldwater was angry in tone. This was firewater for conservatives, but not appealing for others. The Reagan we saw in 1980 and after was ever courteous, optimistic in tone, and rare to anger.

We ignore Parker’s advice and Reagan’s example at our peril.


11 posted on 11/15/2007 7:28:52 PM PST by Rockingham
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While there is an element of truth to this, we seem to be approaching a time where any dissent or criticism is unacceptable- and you cannot have a free and self-governing country under those circumstances.

I've pseudo-blogged this ghastly excuse for a women until I've, frankly, grown sick of it-- the lies, the spin, the acolytes ( she has no friends ) basking in her reflected glory.

Click the picture, and scroll back, for all, and more than, you ever wanted to know about The Lady MacBeth from Little Rock:


12 posted on 11/16/2007 2:43:51 AM PST by backhoe (Just a Merry-Hearted Keyboard PirateBoy, plunderin’ his way across the WWW…)
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