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Bush Rescues Hillary
News Max ^ | 11/23/07 | Dick Morris and Eileen McGann

Posted on 11/24/2007 10:15:19 AM PST by CT

Just when every poll has Hillary Rodham Clinton slipping, she has gotten a shot in the arm from a very unlikely source: President Bush.

In an interview on Tuesday featuring the first couple and Charles Gibson, the president said of Hillary: "No question, there is no question that Clinton understands pressure better than any of the candidates, you know, in the race because she lived in the White House and sees it first — could see it first-hand."

By saying that she “understands the klieg lights,” Bush lent credence to Hillary’s campaign assertion that she could “hit the ground running” if she were elected president.

Would somebody please explain to us what Bush is doing, touting Hillary just as the rest of America is finally catching on to her artificial, evasive and contrived campaigning style?

This is not the first time Bush has rescued the Clintons. After they left the White House, both the former president and the new senator had low ratings in the polls. Beset by scandal — the White House gifts, the pardons-for-sale, the payments to Hillary’s brothers for pardons, the Hasidic vote-for-pardon scandal, and Bill’s nolo contender plea to obstructing justice — Bill and Hillary were sucking wind.

But, Bush swept in for the rescue, picking the former president off the ash heap of history and elevating him to parity with his father in a two-former-president effort to raise funds for the tsunami victims. By giving him a respected place alongside a former president of unquestioned integrity, Bush gave Clinton a tremendous way to climb out of disgrace and into the limelight.

Then, when the tsunami relief effort was winding down, he re-enlisted former President Clinton to work with his father again on helping the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Not only did Bush help the Clintons in positive ways, but he let his justice department drop the investigations of the pardons, the gifts, the payments to Hillary’s brothers and the Hasidic vote scandal with no prosecution or plea dealings.

Then Bush let Clinton off the hook another time when the former president’s former National Security Adviser Sandy Berger was caught smuggling classified documents relating to 9/11 and the war on terror out of the National Archives in his pockets and socks. The Bush Justice Department accepted a plea deal with Berger which did not require him to say what documents he had taken and why he had swiped them. As a result, we never knew what aspect of the Clinton record on terrorism Berger was so anxious to cover up.

All of this kid glove treatment of the former first couple led to jokes about how George W. and Bill are the two children of President George H.W. Bush. Now the president is going easy on his putative sister-in-law, Hillary.

The fact is that Hillary has no idea what it is like to be president. Unlike Bill, she did not have to face the media daily and could keep them at arms

length as she toured the world, acting like a tourist, in carefully contrived photo opportunities. When she was really involved in public policy — during the health reform debate — her insistence on the secrecy of the proceedings led to a federal court order and judgment against her.

Is President Bush deliberately helping Hillary to win the nomination because he feels she would be the easiest one of the Democrats to beat? If he is, he’s making a serious mistake. She is the only Democrat who can bring 10 million new single female voters out of the woodwork to sway the election.

Or, is it an ex-president thing? A kind of exclusive club of former chiefs who treat one another with kindness, civility and bend over backwards to show respect? Whether it is through political miscalculation or elitism that Bush caters to Hillary Clinton, he should stop it. Every day, she bashes him full time on the campaign trail. His kind words for her are so out of place, they are jarring.

President George W. Bush has done quite enough to aid the election of Hillary Clinton as the next president of the United States already, thank you. Without his generosity to Bill and his refusal to prosecute matters that could embarrass the Clintons, he bears a great deal of responsibility already for Hillary’s rise to front-runner status in the Democratic primary.


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KEYWORDS: 2008; bush; dickmorris; election; hillary; rescue
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I've see the Bushes (more than one) help the Clintons out, and I don't ascribe it to 'class.' Its almost as if the Bushes want the Clintons returned to the White House. And, the Clintons being the Clintons, the favor of a kind word is never returned.

Now I don't trust either family.

1 posted on 11/24/2007 10:15:21 AM PST by CT
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To: CT

newsmax,worldnetdaily,debka...you get my drift.


2 posted on 11/24/2007 10:17:05 AM PST by the invisib1e hand
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To: the invisib1e hand

BINGO! You’re in a roll today!


3 posted on 11/24/2007 10:18:55 AM PST by A. Morgan (John Edwards, Osama Obama , Hillary, Huckabee and RuPaul: each one a doofus!)
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To: CT
Neither do I. I know that people who post on FR about there being a secret world government are flamed but what other explanation could there be?
4 posted on 11/24/2007 10:20:21 AM PST by proudofthesouth (IMO homosexuals and transgenders are mentally ill !))
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To: CT
Another dumb article by Dick Morris. The President said the obvious that Hillary Clinton has the most chance of winning the democrat nomination but he also said in the same interview that the Republican nominee will beat her and win the Presidency.

This article deserves a big barf alert.

5 posted on 11/24/2007 10:21:12 AM PST by jveritas (God bless our brave troops and President Bush)
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To: CT

Soooo many skeletons in the closet for both families (Bush Sr, BJ). I don’t think they will turn on each other.


6 posted on 11/24/2007 10:21:18 AM PST by Orange1998
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To: CT

What a load of bullcrock. This “Bush is supporting Hillary” drivel from the recent days is more overstretched than Pelosi’s face. Now they have to increase the hyperbole to “rescue”.

1.It hurts Hillary with the Democrat base to be associated
with Bush. An “endorsement” from the “Great Satan” is a
death kiss.

2.Bush merely said that she had first-hand experience in the
WH. That’s not supporting, not rescuing, not endorsing
anyone.

Attack Bush and the RINOs when it makes sense. Relying on this moonbatery makes us look... well like moonbats.


7 posted on 11/24/2007 10:21:22 AM PST by SolidWood ("I knew my God was bigger than his. I knew that my God was a real God and his was an idol.")
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To: CT

Anything morris says about hillary should be viewed through his hate-colored glasses. he hates the clintons so much he’s not able to be rational about them. Thus, anybody who doesn’t hate hillary as much as he does is “helping” her.


8 posted on 11/24/2007 10:21:38 AM PST by ozzymandus
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To: the invisib1e hand
There is no denying Bush said this. I heard it reported elsewhere.

Seldom pick my news up from News Max. But the columnists are worth reading.

I think Morris is many times wrong. But in this case with Bush I too am scratching my head.

10 posted on 11/24/2007 10:22:28 AM PST by CT (Thompson wouldn't convict Clinton, and now I won't vote Fred)
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To: CT
Gee funny how the stupid stories get posted over and over and over by the Know Nothings while they simply ignore the good news. I know BDS causes extreme mental retardation in it victims but even they should not be this utterly stupid.

Mrs Bill Clinton is running in the Democrat Primaries. For the average Democrat Activist GW Bush is a cross between Adolf Hitler, Joe Stalin and Satan. Having him say nice things about Mrs Clinton has the same effect on Democrat Voters that having the high priest of the Church of Satan make favorable mention of a pope candidate would have on Catholics Cardinals.

11 posted on 11/24/2007 10:23:56 AM PST by MNJohnnie (Ever notice that liberals are fierce in stealing YOUR money, while never paying their “fair share")
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To: CT

The democrats hate Bush. How in the world would President Bush’s endorsement of Hillary be a positive?


12 posted on 11/24/2007 10:24:01 AM PST by w1andsodidwe (Jimmy Carter allowed radical Islam to get a foothold in Iran.)
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To: proudofthesouth
I know BDS causes extreme mental retardation in it victims but even they should not be this utterly stupid.

Mrs Bill Clinton is running in the Democrat Primaries. For the average Democrat Activist GW Bush is a cross between Adolf Hitler, Joe Stalin and Satan. Having him say nice things about Mrs Clinton has the same effect on Democrat Voters that having the high priest of the Church of Satan make favorable mention of a pope candidate would have on Catholics Cardinals.

13 posted on 11/24/2007 10:24:27 AM PST by MNJohnnie (Ever notice that liberals are fierce in stealing YOUR money, while never paying their “fair share")
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To: jveritas
You guys are pathetic idiots.

Sorry to not have made the acquaintance of such a charming fellow. You are obviously quite sure of yourself I see.

14 posted on 11/24/2007 10:24:44 AM PST by CT (Thompson wouldn't convict Clinton, and now I won't vote Fred)
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To: proudofthesouth
there being a secret world government are flamed but what other explanation could there be?

Mere suspicion of a Level II conspiracy is not knowledge of the actual conspiracy. The Pres is initiated into Level III conspiracy on Inauguration Day which is why he always changes behavior then and immediately. Level IV and Level V are reserved on a 'need to know' basis.

15 posted on 11/24/2007 10:26:25 AM PST by RightWhale (anti-razors are pro-life)
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To: CT
Why do so many fall for what Dick Morris says?

From the interview, Bush also said, "I do believe our candidate will beat her, if she happens to be the nominee."

Acknowledging she can handle pressure isn't exactly endorsing her. Saying she will lose wraps that up.

Morris somehow forgot that portion of his words.

Bush: Clinton Understands White House Pressure

16 posted on 11/24/2007 10:27:00 AM PST by DakotaRed (Liberals don't rattle sabers, they wave white flags)
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To: w1andsodidwe
The democrats hate Bush. How in the world would President Bush’s endorsement of Hillary be a positive?

First, in a general election the Bush 'endorsement' might help. But then again, I offer this out more as a head-scratcher (surrounding the Bush family going to the Clintons assistance) than anything else. So view it in that context.

18 posted on 11/24/2007 10:28:16 AM PST by CT (Thompson wouldn't convict Clinton, and now I won't vote Fred)
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To: CT; The Invisible Hand

And Newsmax can’t possibly any more discredited than CNN, CBS, Reuters...You get my drift.


19 posted on 11/24/2007 10:28:32 AM PST by REDWOOD99
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To: CT

He did not endorse her - he made a statement of the obvious.


20 posted on 11/24/2007 10:29:13 AM PST by SnarlinCubBear ("Tolerance becomes a crime when applied to evil." -- Thomas Mann)
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To: CT

Your tag line is an outright lie. Thompson -did- vote to impeach Clinton on obstruction of justice, so your claim that he “refused to convict” him is complete bull. Such classless mendacity is the sort of thing I expect from liberals, not from Freepers.

Qwinn


21 posted on 11/24/2007 10:29:48 AM PST by Qwinn
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To: jveritas

“..Hillary Clinton has the most chance of winning the democrat nomination ..”

Of course. But look at the opposition.

She’s HARDLY suitable to hold any elected office in the Country and has ZERO executive exerpience.

Just another dumb Bushicism.


22 posted on 11/24/2007 10:31:32 AM PST by ZULU (Non nobis, non nobis Domine, sed nomini tuo da gloriam. God, guts and guns made America great.)
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To: the invisib1e hand
I don't consider NewsMax a reliable source.

Carolyn

23 posted on 11/24/2007 10:32:50 AM PST by CDHart ("It's too late to work within the system and too early to shoot the b@#$%^&s."--Claire Wolfe)
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To: ZULU

Hillary Clinton is one of the meanest, nastiest, most arrogant, most fake, most dull, most uncharismatic people to ever run for President. Even if she becomes the democrat nominee in the general elections the majority of real voters will realize this many fatal flaws in her character at an early stage of the campaign and before they know anything about her socialist politics, her huge flips flops, and her extreme left wing stand on social issues. The majority of voters will be turned away by her horrible character, her very annoying unbearable to hear nasty and screeching voice, her bitc** laughter, and her scary wide open mean eyes. She cannot change her character no matter how hard she tries and the liberal media cannot cover it for her no matter how hard they try.


24 posted on 11/24/2007 10:33:35 AM PST by jveritas (God bless our brave troops and President Bush)
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To: CT

It’s like the Mad Hatter party.


25 posted on 11/24/2007 10:35:47 AM PST by 444Flyer ("Oly Oly Oxen Free!" Matt 3:1-3, Rev 22:17,John 3:1-36, Jude 9, Eph 6, Rev 12:11, Jer 29:13-14)
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To: CDHart

Also, i’m not convinced that a voice of support from bush is a good thing for any candidate.


26 posted on 11/24/2007 10:36:17 AM PST by fantom
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To: CT
The Bush family would be very happy with another Clinton presidency. They have been sweeping each other’s messes under the rug for 20 years. If a Republican like Tancredo was nominated by the Republicans, Bush would campaign openly for Hillary if he thought that would help her chances.

That is why “end the Clinton-Bush Diarchy” would be a good campaign slogan for a conservative or third party candidate if Hillary gets the Dem nomination.

27 posted on 11/24/2007 10:37:39 AM PST by Perchant
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To: ozzymandus
Anything morris says about hillary should be viewed through his hate-colored glasses. he hates the clintons so much he’s not able to be rational about them. Thus, anybody who doesn’t hate hillary as much as he does is “helping” her.

I understand all that. And the point of this post isn't about what Morris thinks. In fact I think he doesn't make heads or tails of it either. Just speculates.

My point, and the central question, and it isn't exactly conspiratorial, is why do the Bushes give their political enemies any breaks. This goes to Bush I agreeing to the tax increase. Letting Kennedy write the Education Bill. George W. saying all those glittering lies about the Clintons when they unveiled their portraits. And now this soft ball about Hillary.

Nothing wrong with being nice and having class, something some Freepers could learn here. But helping someone as bad as the Clintons - any Clinton - is where one should draw the line.

28 posted on 11/24/2007 10:39:18 AM PST by CT (Thompson wouldn't convict Clinton, and now I won't vote Fred)
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To: A. Morgan; The Invisible Hand
BINGO! You’re in a roll today!


29 posted on 11/24/2007 10:39:47 AM PST by Allegra (Greetings from a kinder, gentler Iraq. God bless US and Coalition Forces.)
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To: jveritas
You guys are pathetic idiots.

Now now. You don't know if they are, as individuals, pathetic idiots just because their viewpoints are pathetic and idiotic.

30 posted on 11/24/2007 10:43:28 AM PST by Jeff Chandler ("Liberals want to save the world for the children they aren't having." -Mark Steyn)
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To: CT

This is just one news sources interpretation of what was said, however:

Things like this, and there are quite a few, push me towards the conspiracy theory that there are only a handful of behind the sconces people running the world. If a favorite starts to lag, someone gets pushed into saying things someone loyal to their party wouldn’t.

As someone up-thread pointed out, these aren’t the words of a person with class.


31 posted on 11/24/2007 10:49:15 AM PST by Balding_Eagle (If America falls, darkness will cover the face of the earth for a thousand years.)
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To: Balding_Eagle

The biggest mysteries Bush has pulled surround Sandy Berger. Why he would let him skip out of that blatant breach cannot be explained.


32 posted on 11/24/2007 10:51:57 AM PST by CT (Thompson wouldn't convict Clinton, and now I won't vote Fred)
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To: Qwinn
Qwinn:

Read Ann Coulter more completely, then get back to me. It's why she won't vote for Fred either.

33 posted on 11/24/2007 10:54:10 AM PST by CT (Thompson wouldn't convict Clinton, and now I won't vote Fred)
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To: CT
The biggest mysteries Bush has pulled surround Sandy Berger. Why he would let him skip out of that blatant breach cannot be explained.

Agreed. Thus my comment on the conpiracy theory that a handful of behind the scenes men run the show. That would explain it.

34 posted on 11/24/2007 11:04:22 AM PST by Balding_Eagle (If America falls, darkness will cover the face of the earth for a thousand years.)
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To: CT

Another attempt by Bush to show his contempt of the American people.


35 posted on 11/24/2007 11:05:53 AM PST by freekitty ((May the eagles long fly our beautiful and free American sky.))
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To: CT
I’ve wondered about that myself. I know I’m going to get flamed for saying this but IMO there IS a secret group of people (and maybe some of them ARE in the public eye) who actually run this country and probably the world.
36 posted on 11/24/2007 11:07:21 AM PST by proudofthesouth (IMO homosexuals and transgenders are mentally ill !))
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To: proudofthesouth

I know it’s not “We the people” who run things any longer. If we ever did.

Regards


37 posted on 11/24/2007 11:14:12 AM PST by ARE SOLE (Agents Ramos and Campean are in prison at this very moment.. (A "Concerned Citizen".)
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To: Perchant
Bush would campaign openly for Hillary if he thought that would help her chances.

Bullcrap

38 posted on 11/24/2007 11:23:54 AM PST by BARLF
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To: CT

What if President Bush had said he didn’t think Hillary would win the presidency. That would also give her a ‘boost’. It’s hilarious that this article was written at all about the man the dems love to hate, the stupid, brainless, chimpy mcbushhitler.


39 posted on 11/24/2007 11:25:34 AM PST by Theresawithanh (FRED!)
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What if President Bush had said he didn’t think Hillary would win the presidency. That would also give her a ‘boost’.

He did, according to the NY Post article:

Bush called Clinton a "very formidable candidate" who he said understands the "klieg lights" that go with presidential politics.

But, he said, "I do believe our candidate will beat her, if she happens to be the nominee."

BUSHES HAIL HILL: CALL HER BEST DEM TO HANDLE PREZ JOB
40 posted on 11/24/2007 11:34:31 AM PST by Miss Didi ("Good heavens, woman, this is a war not a garden party!" Dr. Meade, Gone with the Wind)
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To: the invisib1e hand

I read the interview where W said it. Another chip on his pile of $hit around here.


41 posted on 11/24/2007 11:35:53 AM PST by mad_as_he$$ (Illegal Immigration, a Clear and Present Danger.)
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To: Miss Didi

Thanks for pointing that out to me, Miss Didi. I don’t read Dickie Morris’s claptrap.

I think it’s rather funny that some on this thread are castigating President Bush for having given her a so-called boost and are talking about dynasties and the-fix-is-in stuff. Reminds me a bit of the moonbats who think President Bush is going to stop the election and declare himself president-for-life.


42 posted on 11/24/2007 11:41:40 AM PST by Theresawithanh (FRED!)
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To: CT

So a word about Clinton having been in the WH before is going to help Hillary in a DEMOCRAT primary? I’m sure that all the liberals that have been undecided have now been pushed to the Clinton side. They’ve just been waiting to hear which candidate Bush thinks has the most experience!

Yeah, right.


43 posted on 11/24/2007 11:43:56 AM PST by loreldan (Without coffee I am nothing.)
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To: CDHart
Newsmax lifted the article from townhall.com
44 posted on 11/24/2007 11:45:42 AM PST by A.A. Cunningham
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To: jveritas
The cynic in me suggests that President Bush WANTS Hillary to be POTUS because she'll be a one-termer and live in shame as a failed weak leader...ala Jimmy Carter.

The coming recession/depression is going to place her in Hooverville lore.

Problem is, does she share the view that under no circumstances Iran be allowed to get the bomb?

Because we may not have four years to wait and see.

45 posted on 11/24/2007 11:47:08 AM PST by DCPatriot ("It aint what you don't know that kills you. It's what you know that aint so" Theodore Sturgeon))
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To: loreldan
So a word about Clinton having been in the WH before is going to help Hillary in a DEMOCRAT primary? I’m sure that all the liberals that have been undecided have now been pushed to the Clinton side. They’ve just been waiting to hear which candidate Bush thinks has the most experience!

Tough crowd today.

Read the article. Then comments. Particularly what I said (because I posted). When you do you'll see I don't offer any more of a 'theory' than to ask out loud why the Bush family seems to do this.

I did not see this as helpful in the primaries. Possibly the general. But more to the point, utter amazement that anyone from our side could say anything complimentary about the Clintons, especially if some A***holes will try and use it to spin to their advantage.

And by A***holes I am talking the Clinton spin machine, and obviously at some later date.

Hillary was starting to move to the center before her ship srprung a leak. And one way she could do that is by looking like she does battle with Code Pink and the other wack jobs. But now that she has the 'problem' she may have to stay left to lock up the BDS vote.

46 posted on 11/24/2007 11:53:39 AM PST by CT (Thompson wouldn't convict Clinton, and now I won't vote Fred)
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To: Theresawithanh
I am sure W was just being a gentleman...what's he going to say--whaaaaat, that witch??? Remember when he made all those lovely remarks about the Bubbas during their portrait unveiling ceremony? We all whined and moaned but Rush reminded us of strategery.
47 posted on 11/24/2007 12:02:22 PM PST by Miss Didi ("Good heavens, woman, this is a war not a garden party!" Dr. Meade, Gone with the Wind)
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To: CT

2 things. I didn’t read your original comment, so I was responding to Dick Morris and the other author, not to you personally. The other thing is that I don’t believe that saying Clinton is used to being in the spotlight or the pressure of the White House is a compliment. In fact, pointing her out as an insider is not considered a plus to anybody except maye career politicians.

All that aside here is my opinion. I want Hillary to win the primary. I believe she is more beatable than Obama or Edwards. She starts out with 47-49% of the population saying that they will absolutely never vote for her. I like our odds.


48 posted on 11/24/2007 12:03:12 PM PST by loreldan (Without coffee I am nothing.)
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To: CT
I've heard Rush say that Bush respects & reveres the Office of the Presidency and therefore won't criticize former presidents, etc. I sat disgusted as Bush "rehabilited" Clinton's reputation, my only reasoning was Rush's statement. I no longer respect this reasoning.

Now, I'm so disgusted with Bush & the Clintons and their mindset. The respect for the Office of the President has to be earned and Clinton's rehabilitation is a slap in the face of people who love this country. It occurs to me this is like royalty, if honor is not deserved.

I voted for Bush 4 times. I don't regret those votes even today, because the alternatives were too far left, but I can say, GWB has been extremely disappointing. I don't think I'm alone, I haven't sent a dime to the RNC. I've sent a small check for John Cornyn's reelection and I love my own representative in Congress, Lamar Smith.

49 posted on 11/24/2007 12:08:28 PM PST by Alissa
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To: jveritas

Yeah like hillary voters are all of a sudden giving a sh-t about what President Bush has to say. This article should really be a scrapple face no?


50 posted on 11/24/2007 12:18:22 PM PST by italianquaker (Is there anything Ron Paul doesn't blame the USA for?)
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