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  • 10 striking revelations from Ed Klein’s new book ‘Blood Feud’

    07/07/2014 8:30:20 AM PDT · by Beave Meister · 24 replies
    The Blaze ^ | 6/25/2014 | Benjamin Weingarten
    Ed Klein’s new book, “Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas” has been making waves for its many salacious details — for example Klein’s assertion that there is a deep rift between Michelle Obama and the president such that they slept in separate bedrooms at Martha’s Vineyard (and continue to do so in the White House). However, the broader purpose of the book is to show that there is a heated battle going on — dating back to the brutal primary contest between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential election cycle — that continues to manifest itself...
  • Elizabeth Dole: Hillary Clinton 2016 ‘Front-Runner’ (RINO's picking their candidate)

    06/20/2013 3:06:17 PM PDT · by drewh · 28 replies
    Politico ^ | 6/20/13 9:56 AM EDT | By KATIE GLUECK
    Former Sen. Elizabeth Dole, who briefly ran for president herself, on Thursday called Hillary Clinton a “front-runner.” “I have to say as far as Hillary is concerned, you know … we can recognize that we’re past the point of a woman being accepted as president because she almost made it last time, and also just to think she could be a front-runner — a few years ago, that wouldn’t have been something that would have been conceivable,” Dole, a former Republican senator from North Carolina, said on “CBS This Morning.” “But she is the front-runner. Of course, it’s a very...
  • Hillary Will be Lucky to Face Cruz or Rand Paul (Chris Matthews. BARF ALERT)

    05/29/2013 11:23:12 AM PDT · by SSDecontrol · 39 replies
    Youtube ^ | 5/28/13
  • Hillary Says Goodbye to 2016 Chances

    09/28/2012 10:29:56 AM PDT · by Evil Slayer · 88 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 9/28/12 | Joel B. Pollak
    It remains unclear whether President Barack Obama's lies about attacks on U.S. embassies will cost him re-election. One thing is certain, however: whatever ambitions Secretary of State Hillary Clinton once held to run for president in 2016 have been damaged beyond repair. Obama was literally asleep when the proverbial "3 a.m. call" came, but Clinton--who bears responsibility for embassy security--was asleep on the job for weeks. Clinton's response--"How could this happen in a country we helped liberate, in a city we helped save from destruction?--bears the same naďveté for which she once mocked her Democratic rival in debates and campaign...
  • Clinton rejects PA condition for a settlement freeze

    10/31/2009 10:09:57 PM PDT · by myknowledge · 9 replies · 826+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | October 31, 2009 | Tovah Lazaroff and Khaled Abu Toameh
    US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday night rejected Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's demand that Israel freeze all settlement activity as a precondition to negotiations. Stopping construction in the settlements "has never been a precondition, it has always been an in issue within the negotiations," Clinton said at a joint press conference with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem. In a strong show of support for Israel, she said she approved of Netanyahu's decision to issue a moratorium on new construction permits. "What the prime minister has offered... a restraint on the policy of settlements, which he...
  • Clintons warn Obama supporters: It ain't over till it's over

    10/12/2008 11:23:45 PM PDT · by FocusNexus · 86 replies · 4,216+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | Oct. 13, 2008 | MICHAEL SAUL
    Hillary Clinton, once a front-runner herself, warned Barack Obama's supporters Sunday that, though he leads John McCain in the homestretch of the presidential campaign, it's not over. "Sure, the polls show Barack and Joe [Biden] ahead now, and that's good news," said Clinton during her first joint appearance with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, to tout the Obama ticket. "But I don't pay much attention to polls - nobody should be lulled into any false sense of security."
  • Caption the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pantsuit

    08/27/2008 10:28:54 AM PDT · by Lucky9teen · 47 replies · 946+ views
    New York Senator Hillary Clinton acknowledges a 3-minute ovation during the Democratic National Convention 2008 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, August 26. Democratic women Senators appears on stage at the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado, August 26, 2008. U.S. Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) is expected to accept the Democratic presidential nomination at the convention on August 28. US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama watches New York Senator Hillary Clinton addressing the Democratic National Convention on a TV screen in Billings, Montana on August 26. Vice Presidential candidate Senator Joe Biden (R) (D-DE) stand at the podium...
  • FReep POLL: Do you think Hillary Clinton's speech was effective....

    08/27/2008 7:32:33 AM PDT · by DCBryan1 · 12 replies · 295+ views
    KARN News Radio ^ | 27 AUG 08 | dcbryan1
    Hillary Clinton took center stage at the Democratic National Convention last night to endorse Barack Obama for President and urge her supporters to follow suit. Clinton's prime time appearance on the second day of the Denver convention was a part of a marked tone change from a soft set of opening day speakers to stronger direct attacks on GOP rival John McCain. But Clinton's key task of the night was to convince those of her supporters who are still reluctant to support Obama to get behind him for the strength of the Democratic Party. Do you think Hillary Clinton's speech...
  • Caption Hillary being presented with a 'Hillary Nutcracker Doll'

    05/19/2008 12:28:38 PM PDT · by redstates4ever · 18 replies · 628+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 5/19/08 | staff
    "Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., is presented with a 'Hillary Nutcracker' to autograph during a campaign rally in Maysville, Ky., Monday, May 19, 2008."
  • Caption Hillary

    05/13/2008 12:28:04 PM PDT · by Lucky9teen · 83 replies · 135+ views
    Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks with Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, an uncommitted Democrat Superdelegate, Tuesday, May 13, 2008, outside the Senate Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington Supporters of Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., greets supporters during a campaign rally in Logan, W.Va., Monday, May 12, 2008. Supporters of US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) sit in the bleachers under a flag as they watch her (not pictured) work the crowd at the end of her campaign rally at Logan Middle School in West Virginia, May 12, 2008. Democratic presidential hopeful...
  • McCain Reverses Course on Obama's Pastor

    04/28/2008 4:05:42 PM PDT · by The_Republican · 16 replies · 43+ views
    NY SUN ^ | April 29th, 2008 | JOSH GERSTEIN
    Days after denouncing fellow Republicans for producing a television advertisement linking Senator Obama to polarizing comments made by his former pastor, Senator McCain is softening his opposition to political use of the issue and is even stoking the story by publicly condemning newly published inflammatory remarks from the Reverend Jeremiah Wright Jr. Speaking at a news conference in Coral Gables, Fla., the presumptive Republican nominee for president linked his new view to Mr. Obama's statement in a television interview that it was "legitimate" for his opponents to seize on Rev. Wright's sermons. "I was interested that this morning Senator Obama...
  • How to Manufacture a Popular-Vote Victory

    04/25/2008 9:12:20 AM PDT · by The_Republican · 6 replies · 90+ views ^ | April 25th, 2008 | Steve Kornacki
    The Clinton campaign, which is losing the pledged delegate race, is now talking up a different metric: the cumulative popular vote. "I'm very proud that as of today, I have received more votes by the people who have voted than anyone else," Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday, a day after she won the Pennsylvania primary by more than 200,000 votes. Her characterization is true only in a highly technical way: If you count the votes she received in Michigan (where hers was the only name on the ballot) and Florida (where an outlaw primary was held in January), and if...
  • Looking past Pennsylvania - Obama Needs to Get Off his Pedestal

    04/24/2008 2:11:21 PM PDT · by The_Republican · 2 replies · 48+ views ^ | April 24th, 2008 | Joan Walsh
    As I continue to think about the lessons of the Pennsylvania primary, and their relevance to the races ahead, I found myself thinking about the hours I spent last Saturday watching CNN's "Ballot Bowl" -- long live clips of John McCain, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton out on the campaign trail, rarely mediated by cable chatterers. I was also reading angry letters about my post on the ABC debate and recovering from three college visits in a week with my daughter. I share that TMI because the context was important. I was tired and a little bit cranky (I know,...
  • All eyes turn to a repeat in Indiana...The Second Coming of McGovern

    04/23/2008 1:06:49 PM PDT · by The_Republican · 27 replies · 72+ views
    National Review ^ | April 23rd, 2008 | Victor Davis Hanson
    Hillary won just enough to show that it is ludicrous to oust a 10-point winner at this late junction, but not quite the blow-out that might cause a stampede to her in the next few states. The Democrats are tottering at the edge of the abyss. They are about to nominate someone who cannot win, despite vastly out-spending his opponent, any of the key large states — CA, NJ, NY, OH, PENN, TX, etc. — that will determine the fall election. And yet not to nominate him will cause the sort of implosion they saw in 1968 or the sort...
  • Why Hillary Makes My Wife Scream

    04/23/2008 12:55:48 PM PDT · by The_Republican · 39 replies · 105+ views
    The Nation ^ | April 23rd, 2008 | Tom Hayden
    My wife Barbara has begun yelling at the television set every time she hears Hillary Clinton. This is abnormal behavior, since Barbara is a meditative practitioner of everything peaceful and organic, and is inspired by Barack Obama's transformational appeal. For Barbara, Hillary has become the screech on the blackboard. From First Lady to Lady Macbeth.It's getting to me as well. Last year, I was somewhat reconciled to the prospect of supporting and pressuring Hillary as the nominee amidst the rising tide of my friends who already hated her, irrationally I thought. I was one of those people Barack accuses of...
  • Obama's Gloves Are Off -- And May Need to Stay Off

    04/23/2008 9:17:15 AM PDT · by The_Republican · 11 replies · 72+ views
    Washington Post ^ | April 23rd, 2008 | Jonathan Weisman
    Unable once again to score a knockout, Sen. Barack Obama is likely to make his new negative tone even more negative -- with a sharp eye on trying to end the Democratic presidential nomination fight after the May 6 primaries in Indiana and North Carolina. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's victory yesterday in Pennsylvania has only accentuated the quandary that Obama faces: Stay negative and he risks undermining the premise of his candidacy. Stay aloof and he underscores Clinton's argument that he will not be able to beat a "Republican attack machine" sure to greet him this summer. Obama campaign manager...

    04/16/2008 4:54:39 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 1,167 replies · 871+ views
    ABC ^ | 4-16-08
    PHILADELPHIA DEBATE (I presume from this website it can be watched) Get out the popcorn, and let's have fun. May there be blood on the floor.
  • Nobody Fears Hillary

    03/31/2008 8:23:56 AM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 64 replies · 1,880+ views
    Human ^ | 03/31/2008 | Jennifer Rubin
    Pay no attention to that woman behind the curtain. Be afraid. Be very afraid, for if you don’t obey the Great and Powerful Oz will turn her wrath on you. Yawn. Hillary Clinton’s favorite girlhood movie was the “Wizard of Oz.” But now, as the primaries clank along, her subjects are refusing to wear the green-tinted glasses and buy her act. She’s less and less terrifying every day, and fewer of those closest to her -- her Senate colleagues -- are intimidated. Despite their best efforts, the Clintons' powers seem to have gone on the fritz, and those Democrats who...
  • Caption Hillary!

    03/31/2008 5:25:42 AM PDT · by redstates4ever · 36 replies · 547+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 3/31/08 | staff
  • Caption This Photo of Hillary - Count the Votes in MI & FL

  • Uh-oh (Elton John/Hildabeast --> possible fundraising scandal)

    03/27/2008 8:51:43 AM PDT · by xtinct · 15 replies · 981+ views
    Washington Times - Inside the Beltway ^ | 3/27/08 | John McCaslin
    Are Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Elton John breaking U.S. laws by allowing the British pop singer, a foreign national, to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for Mrs. Clinton's presidential campaign by performing a concert on her behalf? That's the question Inside the Beltway put to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) yesterday, which does not rule out the possibility. First, some background supplied by the FEC: The goal of the 1966 Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) was to "minimize foreign intervention" in U.S. elections by establishing a series of limitations on foreign nationals. In 1974, the prohibition was incorporated...
  • Caption Hillary (and Huma)

    03/19/2008 12:40:14 PM PDT · by redstates4ever · 115 replies · 3,949+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 3/19/08 | staff
    "Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., has a word with aide Huma Abedin at the start of a campaign rally at Capital High School in Charleston, W.Va."
  • Liberals don't want convention fight

    03/19/2008 8:13:05 AM PDT · by xtinct · 20 replies · 943+ views
    Yahoo ^ | 3/19/08 | Jim Kuhnhenn
    WASHINGTON - Liberals are antsy. They haven't seen Democratic voter enthusiasm like this in a long time and they'd rather not wait until the party's August convention to harness it to the party's presidential nominee. Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama are still fiercely competing just when liberal activists and labor leaders wanted to mobilize voters and gear up their message for the general election. Activists who gathered at a Washington hotel this week said Obama and Clinton have energized the electorate with their prolonged contest, but several warned that a convention fight could be fractious and leave little...
  • FR Poll: Which moonbat would you rather see get the Democrat nod, Hillary or Obama?

    03/02/2008 7:06:29 PM PST · by Jean S · 90 replies · 156+ views
    FR ^ | 3/2/08
    How did you vote and why?
  • Freep a Poll! (O'reilly. Pic of Osama...errr, Obama a racist play?)

    02/27/2008 8:01:08 AM PST · by dynachrome · 15 replies · 143+ views ^ | 2-27-08 | Bill O'reilly
    Is the Obama picture a racist play? Yes No
  • Forty-seven percent: The rise and fall of Hillary Clinton

    02/24/2008 8:43:44 AM PST · by markomalley · 34 replies · 221+ views
    Nevada Appeal ^ | 2/24/2008 | Kirk Caraway
    Forty-seven percent. That is the hurdle that has stood in front of Hillary Clinton since the day she announced her intention to run for president. Forty-seven percent is the portion of Americans who have a negative opinion of Clinton, and getting them to change their minds is extremely difficult. Not that she hasn't tried. Her campaign began with an effort to "reintroduce herself to the American people," and her claims that she was the most famous person Americans didn't know. How did that work out? Overcoming that 47 percent is not an insurmountable task. George W. Bush won both his...
  • Hillary Clinton and the Democrat Party Super-Delegates

    02/05/2008 11:27:41 PM PST · by underground · 10 replies · 881+ views
    Part 1:  Hillary Clinton's Michigan Power-Play Part 2:  Hillary Clinton Wins MichiganPart 3:  Hillary Clinton Wins Florida (Uncontested) Part 4:  Hillary Clinton and the superdelegates (Part Four in a series examining how Hillary's campaign goes beyond the voting booth and into the very power structure of the Democratic party itself.)  The Democratic Party has 4,049 delegates scheduled for its convention Whoever wins needs 50% + 1, or 2,025 delegates.  3,253 of these delegates are up for grabs in the primary election voting process, but 796 are given to party leaders, insiders, advisors, and top contributors.  These super-delegates can vote...
  • Hey Hildabeast, how many times do you have to call me? (Vanity)

    02/04/2008 3:56:33 PM PST · by MarineBrat · 27 replies · 233+ views
    Vanity | 02/04/2008 | MarineBrat
    I live in a conservative bastion surrounded by the people's republic of Callyfornia. Today I was minding my own business, cleaning house, and the phone rings. Stop everything and answer the call with no caller ID and there's nobody there. I get back to work and 1/2 hour later it rings again. Stop my work and answer, and I get a tape recorder saying "This is Hillary Clinton". I hung up and got back on with my work. 1/2 hour later it's Hillary again ... "Hi, this is Hillary Clinton, and bla bla bla...." Well, it looks like I'm going...
  • The First Look At Hillary Documents

    01/17/2008 7:56:25 PM PST · by jdm · 167 replies · 21,242+ views
    Captain's Quarters ^ | Jan. 17, 2008 | Ed Morrissey
    Judicial Watch has tried to gain access to the records from Hillary Clinton's task force on revamping the American health-care system, and has been met with considerable resistance. After seeing the first batch released by the Clinton library, one can certainly understand why. In a press release from Judicial Watch earlier this evening, they excerpted some explosive passages within the documents, passages which will create some uncomfortable questions for Hillary on the campaign trail. First, an internal critique of Hillary's plan marveled at the unprecedented scope of government control over a private industry -- at least in peacetime: A June...
  • Chris Matthews a target for Clinton fans

    01/12/2008 10:05:57 PM PST · by george76 · 48 replies · 247+ views
    The Associated Press. ^ | Jan 12, 2008 | DAVID BAUDER
    The MSNBC "Hardball" host had more explaining to do after Clinton's victory when he said that the reason Clinton is a candidate for president "is that her husband messed around." Matthews was the focal point for the anger many women felt at how Clinton's candidacy seemed to be written off with lightning speed following a loss in Iowa and foreboding poll numbers in New Hampshire. He is a man and he is ever sure of himself. He also had a history: The liberal watchdog Media Matters for America counted more than eight negative remarks Matthews made about Clinton for every...
  • The cracks begin to show: Hillary Clinton no longer looks inevitable

    12/13/2007 10:40:46 AM PST · by USFRIENDINVICTORIA · 52 replies · 194+ views
    The Economist ^ | Dec 13th 2007 | Lexington (Pseudonym)
    ON December 8th Hillary Clinton received what should have been a boost from Andrew Young, one of the giants of the civil-rights movement. Mr Young pronounced that he wants her chief rival, Barack Obama, to be president—but in 2016, not 2008. The 46-year-old Mr Obama is just too green about the gills for the highest office in the land, Mr Young argued, and lacks a network of political allies that could sustain him in times of trouble. “To put a brother in there by himself is to set him up for crucifixion,” he said. But he could not resist adding...
  • Hillary Clinton! Caption Needed!

    12/05/2007 11:29:14 AM PST · by Conservative_Jedi · 51 replies · 93+ views
    "Did someone say cheese?! I love cheese! Can't you tell?"
  • Caption Hillary, cornering the black minister endorsement in S.C.

    11/27/2007 12:34:33 PM PST · by redstates4ever · 29 replies · 58+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 11/27/07 | staff
    "Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., takes the stage with area church members during a campaign stop Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007, in Spartanburg, S.C. Clinton picked up endorsements from dozens of black ministers Tuesday in South Carolina."
  • Vulgar, sexist words against Hillary Clinton

    11/25/2007 6:14:04 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 38 replies · 519+ views
    The Salem Statesman-Journal | November 23, 2007 | Marie Cocco
    Cannot be posted due to copyright issues:
  • I know that you know a "Hillary!". Don't deny it!

    11/16/2007 12:02:33 AM PST · by Looking4Truth · 22 replies · 130+ views
    11-15-07 | Looking4Truth
    I was standing at the kitchen sink eating the tacos I had just prepared and had an amusing thought. Everyone of us knows a “Hillary!”. They can be the trophy wife of the millionaire who accomplished nothing in life but is the director of some museum, the bitchy, bossy wife of the owner of the company you work for who doesn’t work for the company but stops by from time to time to let you know just “who’s boss”, (we military types all know the next one) the General’s/Colonel’s/Major’s/Captain’s wife acting like an ass at the Commisary, the lady who...
  • Hillary Clinton Reveals Her 'Gay' Strategy For Presidential Run (YouTube Video Also

    11/12/2007 6:20:02 PM PST · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 35 replies · 268+ views
    Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) recently appeared before the Human Rights Campaign to present a keynote speech on her support of the homosexual/bisexual/transgender agenda and her efforts to defeat any attempts by Congress to pass a constitutional amendment that will ban same-sex marriage. HRC President Joe Solomese introduced Clinton and revealed their long-term relationship in fighting against the pro-family movement. Solomese describes numerous meetings with Clinton as they strategized togethor about how to defeat any constitutional amendment on marriage... ... Clinton told her homosexual activist audience that they will have a close "partnership ... when I am President." Watch her comments...

    11/10/2007 7:02:01 AM PST · by Liz · 84 replies · 536+ views
    NY POST ^ | November 10, 2007 | GEOFF EARLE, Post Correspondent
    DES MOINES.....a Grinnell College student, Muriel Gallo-Chasanoff, said a Clinton aide told her to ask Hillary a scripted question about global warming at a bio-diesel plant event.... "They were canned," according to The Scarlet & Black student newspaper. Before the event, Clinton's staff member got Gallo-Chasanoff to ask the after Clinton's speech. "One of the senior staffers told me what [to ask]," she said. When Gallo-Chasanoff asked about global-warming, Clinton replied that young people often ask her that question.
  • Gender Up Ender 11/05/07 (Charlie Daniels)

    11/08/2007 3:47:35 PM PST · by dynachrome · 6 replies · 63+ views
    Charlie Daniels' Soap Box ^ | 11-5-07 | Charlie Daniels
    Gender Up Ender I'll admit I didn't watch the Democratic debates the other night, it's not that I'm not interested, it's just that the field right now is so crowded with people who have about as much chance of being president as they do of winning the lottery. I think the early primaries are a good thing as it narrows the field down to the people who are actually going to run and gives them more time to actually state their opinions on issues and less time to hide behind platitudes and inanities. But I digress getting back to the...
  • Oval Trysts 'insane' To Hillary

    10/27/2007 9:10:09 AM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 106 replies · 82+ views
    NY Post Page Six ^ | Oct. 27, 2007
    October 27, 2007 -- Hillary Clinton's first reaction upon discovering that Bill had carried on an affair with Monica Lewinsky in the Oval Office was that her husband "couldn't be that insane," biographer Sally Bedell Smith writes in her upcoming book about the couple, "For Love of Politics." Bedell - author of "Grace and Power: The Private World of the Kennedy White House" and "Diana in Search of Herself: Portrait of a Troubled Princess" - told WOR Radio's Steve Malzberg that her new book, out next month, includes an interview with a close pal of Sen. Clinton who said Hillary...
  • Happy 60th Birthday Hillary

    10/23/2007 3:08:17 PM PDT · by Popman · 84 replies · 196+ views
    Hillary for President ^ | 10/25/07 | Hillary
    BTW, the only tickets left or $1,000 or $2,300 seats.

    09/22/2007 5:22:40 AM PDT · by big'ol_freeper · 15 replies · 37+ views
    22 Sep 07 | Me
    The Curse of the Hildabeast
  • Hsu headed home Thursday

    09/19/2007 11:21:05 AM PDT · by dynachrome · 42 replies · 571+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 9-19-07 | Ellen Miller
    GRAND JUNCTION — Disgraced Democratic fund-raiser Norman Hsu will return to California as soon as tomorrow, a prosecutor said this morning in a brief court hearing where Hsu waived his rights to fight extradition.
  • Caption the Clintons (mega target-rich environment + barf alert)

    09/04/2007 5:31:20 AM PDT · by redstates4ever · 32 replies · 481+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 9/3/07 | staff
  • Caption this Photo: Hillary Clinton

    09/01/2007 3:22:57 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 66 replies · 2,524+ views
    Reuters ^ | August 30, 2007
    One of the biggest U.S. trade unions made an unusual dual endorsement in the 2008 White House race on Thursday, backing Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Mike Huckabee for their parties' presidential nominations. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, which has about 720,000 active and retired members, backed a candidate from each party for the first time after a recent survey found about one-third of union members voted Republican and two-thirds Democratic.
  • Submit a Question for Hillary to ask Ellen

    08/30/2007 11:33:01 AM PDT · by dynachrome · 23 replies · 494+ views ^ | 8-30-07 | hillary2008
  • Hillary Clinton is such a ballbreaker.

    08/26/2007 6:01:50 PM PDT · by Ultra Sonic 007 · 11 replies · 599+ views
  • A Hil Of A Liability! If She Gets Nod, Other Democrats Could Be Hurt, Party Leaders Fear

    08/13/2007 7:33:56 AM PDT · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 81 replies · 2,325+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | 8/13/07 | Ron Fournier
    Looking past the presidential nomination, Democratic leaders quietly fear that Sen. Hillary Clinton at the top of their 2008 ticket could hurt candidates at the bottom. They say the former First Lady may be too polarizing for much of the country. In more than 40 interviews, Democratic candidates, consultants and party chairmen form every region pointed to internal polls that give Clinton strikingly high unfavorable ratings in places with key congressional and state races. "I'm not sure it would be fatal in Indiana, but she would be a drag," said Indiana Democratic state rep. Dave Crooks. Speaking anonymously, a Midwest...
  • Clinton says bad roads, bridges harming economy

    08/08/2007 2:10:32 PM PDT · by Bluestateredman · 302+ views
    AP via Yahoo! ^ | 8/8/2007 | HOLLY RAMER
    HOLLY RAMER, Associated Press Writer 3 minutes ago ROCHESTER, N.H. - Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday that crumbling bridges, crowded seaports and clogged highways threaten the economy and homeland security as well as the public's safety. ADVERTISEMENT Last week's fatal bridge collapse in Minneapolis underscores the critical need for infrastructure improvements nationwide, Clinton said. "There may be nothing we individually can do to try ease the pain and difficulties the bridge collapse will cause to the Twin Cities area, but there is a great deal we can do as a nation to ensure that accidents like that...
  • Shrillery on CNBC

    08/07/2007 8:32:10 AM PDT · by Sir Hailstone · 31 replies · 964+ views
    Shrillery is on CNBC right now. Cable TV, Satellite or audio on XM Satellite Radio XM127
  • Clinton says Cheney wrong on her request ["I couldn't care less what Dick Cheney says about me"]

    08/01/2007 1:54:20 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 40 replies · 1,533+ views
    Clinton says Cheney wrong on her request By DEVLIN BARRETT, Associated Press Writer 15 minutes ago Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday accused Vice President Dick Cheney of falsely portraying her attempt to get Iraq planning information out of the Pentagon. The Democratic presidential front-runner has been hammering at the Bush administration for two weeks since a top Pentagon aide refused to tell her whether or how the military was planning for the eventual withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq. In a letter to the vice president, she accused Cheney of offering "inaccuracies" in opposing her request. She used even...