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  • Hillary's excellent African tour (Did Jeb Bush really steal the 2000 elections for his brother?)

    08/16/2009 10:43:30 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 32 replies · 2,068+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 8/16/2009 | Ethel C. Fenig
    Fresh from huffily telling an African student questioner that she, Hillary R. Clinton, was U.S. Secretary of State, not her husband, Clinton continues to set an example of how not to make friends and influence people in foreign lands, following the lead of her boss, President Barack Obama (D). Clemente Lisi of the NY Post reports on her most recent arrogant, defamation of the country she represents while uttering a slanderous lie. Clinton caused another firestorm during her trouble-plagued Africa tour last night by drawing comparisons between political corruption in Nigeria and President Bush's contested election win nine years ago...
  • Clinton Heads to Harlem After Nevada Win

    01/21/2008 12:32:18 AM PST · by OKIEDOC · 8 replies · 106+ views
    MY WAY NEWS ^ | Jan 20, 2:59 PM | KAREN MATTHEWS
    SNIP....Hillary Rodham Clinton attended services Sunday at a black church in Harlem........Rev. Calvin Butts, a Clinton supporter, introduced her.........she recounted how she had gone with her church youth group to hear King speak........"It was a transforming experience for me," ......has been criticized .......After the service (political rally), Butts officially endorsed Clinton...........It was a lively scene, as Obama supporters showed up and houted, "Harlem for Obama."
  • Clinton Promises a Cleanup of Government ["Wash"ington Alert!]

    04/21/2007 11:12:18 AM PDT · by melt · 47 replies · 1,206+ views
    nytimes.com ^ | 4/21/07 | PATRICK HEALY and JON HURDLE
    Seeking black and female votes yesterday, first at Rutgers University and then before the Rev. Al Sharpton’s political organization, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton used housecleaning imagery to swipe at President Bush and praised the Rutgers women’s basketball team as teaching her and others a lesson Mrs. Clinton, Democrat of New York, criticized President Bush at several points, particularly over Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts and Iraq, which she called “this war that he deliberately started.” But for the most part she used personal examples and metaphors to advocate for blacks, women, gay men and women, the poor, the old and the...
  • Clinton decries ‘pattern’ of secrecy (this is rich)

    02/14/2006 8:22:48 PM PST · by Utah Girl · 66 replies · 1,465+ views
    Newsday ^ | Newsday | GLENN THRUSH
    Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton thinks White House delays in disclosing Dick Cheney's shotgun mishap are evidence of a vast West Wing conspiracy to stonewall journalists and voters. Clinton told reporters Tuesday that the nearly 24-hour lag proved the White House has a "disturbing" tendency to "withhold information" no matter what the issue. "I don't think that one incident alone tells a story, but put it all together, going back years, there's a pattern and it's a pattern that should be troubling," Clinton said during a Capitol Hill news conference criticizing the administration's handling of Hurricane Katrina. "I don't care if...
  • GOP chairman says Hillary Clinton shows a lot of anger

    02/05/2006 9:35:43 AM PST · by ncountylee · 107 replies · 2,503+ views
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, a potential presidential contender in 2008, "seems to have a lot of anger" and voters usually do not send angry candidates to the White House, the Republican Party chairman said Sunday. "When you think of the level of anger, I'm not sure it's what Americans want," said Ken Mehlman, head of the Republican National Committee. Mehlman cited the New York senator's remarks on Martin Luther King Day in which she called the Bush administration "one of the worst" in history and compared the Republican-controlled House to a plantation where opposing voices are...
  • Hillarious Kerry Slogans

    08/06/2004 4:39:38 PM PDT · by Brytani · 33 replies · 5,024+ views
    You all have to check these out *****Warning****** some are not rated G!! Great slogans to use against Kerry!!!!
  • MEDIA: Rewriting History

    11/03/2003 6:58:47 AM PST · by Migraine · 12 replies · 107+ views
    Rewriting 'History' Chinese authorities have angered Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York by censoring her memoir, Living History. China often censors political content in MEDIA newspapers, television broadcasts, films, books and on the Internet, and routinely bans foreign books or films that depict it in a negative light. Recently, however, as part of an effort to show that it is becoming more open, China has been allowing the publication of more foreign books and the distribution of more imported films. But old censoring habits apparently die hard. Clinton says she was "amazed and outraged" to learn that the government-owned...
  • Bill on Hil: It's a maybe - His hint she may run in '04 shocks Dems

    09/18/2003 1:33:23 AM PDT · by kattracks · 65 replies · 395+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | 9/18/03 | MICHAEL R. BLOOD
    Sen. Hillary Clinton talks to Queen Rania of Jordan. Clinton loyalists were startled yesterday to hear former President Bill Clinton suggest that his wife hasn't made up her mind yet about running for the White House. Asked in Monterey, Calif., on Tuesday about chatter that Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) might join the crowded Democratic field, the former President hinted that it remained an open question. "That's really a decision for her to make," he said, according to The Californian newspaper. Clinton said his wife was being urged to run by supporters in spite of her commitment to serve out...
  • MoveOn Primary Has A Hiccup

    06/25/2003 6:58:37 AM PDT · by SirFishalot · 26 replies · 147+ views
    Voters jam, stall online primary By Associated Press, 6/25/2003 ASHINGTON -- Activists staging a massive online Democratic presidential primary ran into some technical problems yesterday as a flood of Internet voters briefly overwhelmed the MoveOn.org website and halted the voting process for more than an hour. About 50,000 people were able to cast electronic ballots for Democratic candidates on the advocacy group's website before the system crashed around 11:15 a.m. EDT. ''We had a much greater load than we expected all at once,'' said Wes Boyd, president of the MoveOn.org's political action committee, which organized the vote. ''We did some...
  • White supremacist sentenced for plotting to blow up Jewish landmarks (Don't be fooled)

    12/11/2002 4:37:39 PM PST · by Nix 2 · 45 replies · 400+ views
    J-POST ^ | Dec-12-02 | Associated Press
    Dec. 12, 2002 White supremacist sentenced for plotting to blow up Jewish landmarks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOSTON A mixed-race white supremacist was sentenced to almost 22 years in prison Wednesday for plotting to blow up black and Jewish landmarks in Boston and Washington. Prosecutors accused Leo Felton, 31, and his girlfriend, Erica Chase, 22, of trying "to ignite a racial holy war ... that would promote chaos among the races." Felton, son of a black father and white mother, has said he blames his parents for "contaminating" him with black blood. "I've committed crimes here, I'm not trying...