Skip to comments.Bill Clinton to Speak at Santa Ana (California) College Tomorrow (2/4/08)
Posted on 02/03/2008 4:42:58 PM PST by Auntie Mame
Had an automated telephone call at the office today (yes, I was working) to invite me and all of us, to hear former President Bill Clinton speak at Santa Ana College at the Cook Gynmasium in a rally for his wife. It starts at 8:00 a.m., doors will open at 7:00 a.m. and you can line up two hours earlier. The stadium only holds 1,000 so get there early.
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez is also going to be there, so it's a can't miss opportunity to meet the brilliant Loretta Sanchez and an impeached President, all at the same time.
Santa Ana College is located at 1530 West 17th Street in Santa Ana, the cross streets are Main & 17th Streets. Parking is a problem in that area so be prepared to hoof it from far away.
Any other suggestions?
Traitor fits also.
Knowing Bubba, he'll probably show up an hour or two late.
How about Cigar Abuser.
Oh, rats! I hadn't thought of Pres Clinton's chronic lateness. And I had just about figured out that I could go because I'm not due at work until 9:00 a.m. I guess I'll have to pass.
I'll add that to the list. Thank you.
"Me, me, I, me. I, I, me, I, me, I , I , I, me, ..."
It’s still hilarious, big as it is. LOL.
My husband glanced over at my computer as I was viewing this picture and said, “Oh, my, oh my, oh my.” LOL. Gross.
You've got that right. Guess we won't have to go there, we already know what he's going to say.
Another thing I forgot to mention, Santa Ana College is in an area that’s probably 98% hispanic.
That will be a 100% tame audience, made up of rabidly left wing Aztlan reconquistas.
The only thing shouted will be “!SI SE PUEDE!”
Southern California PING!
This is the first I’m hearing about any college in Santa Ana. Do they teach in English?
Bill Clinton In OC Tomorrow
Posted by: Jubal | 02/03/2008 2:27 PM
For a finger-waggin' good time, roll on over to Santa Ana College tomorrow to see the Attack Dog-in-Chief, former President Bill Clinton.
Per an e-mail from Assemblyman Jose Solorio, here are the details:
The February 5th primary election is right around the corner and President Clinton wants to talk to you! This Monday, you're invited to a rally with President Clinton at Santa Ana College. The line starts forming at 5 a.m. and doors will open at 7 a.m. RSVP does not guarantee entrance, so please arrive early for a good seat.
Monday, February 4, 2008 at 7:00 am - 10:00 am
Santa Ana College
1530 W. 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92706
Invite your friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors.
To RSVP or for more information, please call the Hillary for President campaign at 213-908-0190.
Onward to Victory,
Only if they have to.
I’d keep quiet. Hillary! will be a lot easier for anyone to beat than Obama.
Please get a comment on this?
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Small venue in order to make the room look more crowded. They are having to work hard to woo Hispanic voters. I think they took for granted that Hispanic voters would not vote for an African American. From what I can tell around here, the Hispanic population is heavily leaning to Obama.
We went to a Hillary rally the other day. There were a hundred or so Hispanics in the 4300ish crowd. And I’m guessing. They had mariachi perform before the event, and they left before Hillary even got there. (I watched those teens beat it out of there while some unknown local folks were speechifying.) Hillary was two hours late. She said her flight was delayed.