Skip to comments.Clinton steps up attacks on Obama
Posted on 01/06/2008 12:20:55 PM PST by DBCJR
Clinton launched a searing attack on surging rival Barack Obama after the thumping win in Iowa that bolstered the idea that America is receptive to electing its first black president. ...
Polls have indicated the vast majority of Americans say they would support a black candidate .
A Gallup survey conducted in early 2007 found only 6 percent of men and 5 percent of women said they would not vote for a black presidential candidate -- a seismic political shift from 50 years ago, when more than half of those surveyed felt that way.
Clinton, aspiring to be the first female US president, used a debate, three days before the New Hampshire primary, to suggest that Obama had dumped previous positions on key issues for political gain.
Polls showed Obama had obliterated Clintons lead in New Hampshire.
He could have a pretty good debate with himself, Clinton said, trying to pin the flip-flop tag on Obama, ...
Obama hit back at Clinton and accused her of misrepresenting his policies.
What I think is important that we dont do is try to distort each others records as election day approaches here in New Hampshire, .
New polls showed the effect of Obamas Iowa momentum.
In a CNN/WMUR survey, Obama and Clinton were locked up on 33 percent of likely primary voters. Obama was up four points from a similar poll in late December and Clinton was down one.
Another poll, by the Concord Monitor newspaper, had Obama with a slender one-point lead
Republicans also took aim at Obama... Noting Obamas appeal as an agent for change, Giuliani questioned his level of experience and said his policy proposals would lead to higher taxes and a premature US withdrawal from Iraq.
...Huckabee, ... was alone in defending Obama.
(Excerpt) Read more at newsinfo.inquirer.net ...
I was curous whether clinton is cooked if she loses New Hampshire.
The lib on lib fire that the rest of the primaries are going to create are going to get interesting.
Clintoon has a fine line to walk regarding Obama. If she gets to out of line she might upset the black voters that now support her. Then for sure it will be curtains.
I think Oprah will have 80% of Clinton’s black voters peeled off by crunchtime.
Clinton steps up attacks on Obama...
the piaps is trying to get b. hussein back on the plantation...
and ya know what I’m talkin about!!!!
One of the themes of Hillary’s life is “The victim of betrayal.” She has been continuously betrayed by Bill, The MSM has left her for another. The under 30 crowd and women have left her. Blacks are leaving her by the droves. The Oprah effect was not so much her influence on votes, but drawing the crowds to hear this young, charismatic black man. Betrayal fumes her ire. She has handled it remarkably at times, and had melt downs at other times. Wonder what will happen?
This debacle - that is supposed to be our search for a President, is, in truth, the manifestation of a society bereft of Godliness, looking for a Messiah.
Wot a bunch of nincompooops!
JC Watts comes to mind.
Hillary Dillary Dock -the clock fell off the wall.....
Senator Clinton wil not drop out of the race. She has many super delegates bought and paid for. The RAT convention will be very interesting.
The people I know who have been backing Clinton are turning away from her — and they’re diehards - she’s finished.
Is Herself, the Cold and Joyless, on the way to self-immolation? Oh, Lord, I hope so.
Herself has caused a dreadful imbalance in the force, and the only thing that can help in the short term to restore the delicate and precise operation of the universe is to remove Herself as a player of any significance.
As far as trying to build up momentum, Herself has made the act so much more difficult by letting the wheels come off her Juggernaut. Herself is not stopped yet, but the next hill will be much harder to climb.
I wonder if those 6% of men would vote for a woman? That might even be a higher percentage...
No. She isn’t/He is. He’s fine. Yes/No. Yes.
Hillary will win the nomination.
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