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  • ‘Call off your (bleeping) dogs!’ Hillary rages to Obama

    09/23/2015 5:54:15 AM PDT · by GrandJediMasterYoda · 80 replies ^ | 9/23/15 | By David K. Li and Chris Perez
    ‘Call off your f- -king dogs!’ Hillary rages to Obama By David K. Li and Chris Perez An enraged Hillary Rodham Clinton blew up at President Obama, demanding he “call off your f–king dogs” looking into her emails during a tense Oval Office meeting, according to a new book. The book, “Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary,” says the former first lady was furious at what she believed were damaging leaks by Obama aides that led to investigations of her use of a private email server as secretary of state. So she went right to the top to settle the matter....
  • FLASHBACK: The Time Hillary Clinton Implied Barack Obama May Have Ties to Hamas

    06/02/2015 10:11:17 AM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 9 replies
    Free Beacon ^ | June 1, 2015 | Andrew Stiles
    VIDEO: Failed candidate with legions of shady associates attacks historic president for associating with shady people FLASHBACK: The Time Hillary Clinton Implied Barack Obama May Have Ties to Hamas BY: Andrew Stiles June 1, 2015 Bill and Hillary Clinton have a long list of shady associates: Frank Giustra, Denis O’Brien, Sidney Blumenthal, Norman Hsu, Hassan Nemazee, Jon Corzine, Jeffrey Epstein, Ron Burkle, Marc Rich, Webb Hubbell, Sant Chatwal, Sheldon Silver, Anthony Weiner, Eliot Spitzer, David Brock, and the Qatari government, to name a few. These days, the Clintons don’t think shady associations should have any bearing on a candidates qualifications...
  • NYT: Clinton Campaign to Be Built on an 'Obama Third Term'

    04/11/2015 7:17:44 PM PDT · by PROCON · 76 replies ^ | April 11, 2015 | Todd Beamon
    Hillary Clinton plans to build her planned quest for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination on a risky strategy that touts a "new chapter" that builds on President Barack Obama's efforts and embraces her 2008 opponent as a key ally and adviser. Clinton, 67, who is expected to announce her candidacy on Sunday, "is proud of what was accomplished, both as President Obama’s partner on critical issues of national security, and on the progress made on the domestic front," her spokesman, Nick Merrill, told The New York Times. Merrill added that Clinton's campaign, "would be about laying out her own vision...
  • Keeping Distance: Hillary advisor says Obama “hasn’t gotten s*** done”

    01/23/2015 8:42:18 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 11 replies
    Hotair ^ | 01/23/2015 | Ed Morrissey
    It turns out that Barack Obama isn’t the only one living in a world of denial this week. With the end of the Obama era in sight and Hillary Clinton hoping to make Coronation Tour 2.0 more successful than the first version, she and her team are looking for ways to distance themselves from the man who beat them to the crown in 2008. According to Ron Fournier, Team Hillary has decided to emphasize Obama’s lack of action and accomplishment as a contrast to her superior ability to get things done rather than just give speeches.You read that correctly....

    06/10/2014 12:51:13 PM PDT · by lbryce · 60 replies
    WND ^ | April 4, 2012 | JEROME R. CORSI
    Allegations of intimidation, manipulation, sudden death Published: Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign violated Democratic Party rules and engaged in improper and possibly illegal actions to steal the 2008 Democratic Party presidential nomination from Hillary Clinton, according to a worker for Hillary’s campaign. Michele Thomas, a professional photographer in Hollywood, told WND in an exclusive interview that her resistance to the Obama campaign made her a target of intimidation. “I have received death threats from Obama’s people,” she said. “I think I was called a ‘racist’ a thousand times. If you didn’t stand for Obama, you were a racist. It was a...
  • Obama praises ‘extraordinary’ Clinton in joint interview

    01/26/2013 6:58:49 AM PST · by Sub-Driver · 30 replies
    Obama praises ‘extraordinary’ Clinton in joint interview © AFP US President Barack Obama heaped praise on outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a rare joint interview to be broadcast Sunday on the CBS programme “60 Minutes”, calling her “one of the finest secretaries of state we’ve had.” By News Wires (text) US President Barack Obama Friday heaped praise on outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a rare joint interview set to renew speculation that she will run for president in 2016. The joint sit-down interview with CBS television, which was filmed at the White House, was apparently Obama's...
  • GOP Fear That History Will Repeat Helps Ensure It Will

    03/14/2011 5:11:19 PM PDT · by lancer256 · 10 replies ^ | 03/14/11 | david limbaugh
    Why is it that despite the Republicans' resounding electoral victory in 2010 based on their promises for real change, many of us have a queasy feeling they're not quite measuring up to the task, even in the climate of Democratic infighting and President Obama's weaknesses? The Hill reports that there is developing dissension between Obama and Senate Democrats, whose respective "political fortunes ... are moving in opposite directions, complicating their efforts to win a titanic battle against Republicans over federal spending." Obama is trying to stay above the fray and letting Democratic legislators twist in the wind of conflict with...
  • I think Barry Obama will make Hillary his VP Choice.

    08/19/2008 9:19:43 PM PDT · by TheEaglehasLanded · 72 replies · 206+ views
    vanity | August 19, 2008 | the eagle has landed
    This is my opinion now but I think Barry will choose Hillary as his VP. It has been reported that during his Hawaiian Vacation he decided on VP pick, that is also the same time the Clinton's were given their spots on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. She already has a VP like schedule. She fills in some of his weak points in Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. She helps with the women's vote and the hispanic vote in many battleground states. It would bring back many disaffected Hillary supporters that were considering McCain, the delegates have said she is...
  • Hillary Held Hostage(PUMA barf alert)

    08/02/2008 3:09:46 PM PDT · by maccaca · 10 replies · 88+ views
    Note to the Obama campaign and the Ve Vill Haf Unity contingent: you do not understand Hillary Clinton supporters, at all. At any event with Hillary we notice what a classy lady Hillary is. We take note of her inner and outer strengths. We know her history as a real uniter, forging coalitions with those who hate her in order to make policy changes that will benefit the American people. ... But understand this Hillary Haters (and that includes you Barack and Michelle): these “Unity” events do not have the effect you imagine they cause. Watching Hillary with Barack or...
  • (Video)Hillary Clinton mocking 'THE ONE'(Hilarious)

    08/01/2008 3:32:47 PM PDT · by maccaca · 15 replies · 86+ views
    This is hilarious. Somebody just dug out this old tape in which Hillary mocked 'THE ONE'. You have to admit she's a pretty good actress. Hillarious.
  • Politics on MY Patio !!

    06/09/2008 3:42:26 PM PDT · by genefromjersey · 3 replies · 53+ views
    Finneran Lane ^ | 06/09/08 | vanity
    It was bad enough to walk out into blazing heat this morning, but the political banner strung across my patio was too much !!
  • Two Democratic dynasties near the exit

    05/27/2008 3:30:09 PM PDT · by BlazingArizona · 17 replies · 90+ views ^ | May 27, 2008 | Walter Shapiro
    The sun-dappled image from August 1997 shimmers in memory. The two great Democratic political dynasties had set sail on carefree waters. Aboard the Mya as the schooner maneuvered its way out of Menemsha Harbor on Martha's Vineyard were the reigning Clintons and the radiant Kennedys. The news photographs, which mesh with my memory, show the president and the ruddy white-haired Massachusetts senator, along with a waving Hillary Clinton and the extended Kennedy clan, including Rep. Patrick Kennedy and daughter-of-Camelot Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg. Last week, 11 years after that in-happier-times snapshot, the curtain began to descend on the Kennedys and Clintons...
  • Gas-Tax Tussle - A policy fight breaks out in the Democratic race

    05/03/2008 10:37:22 AM PDT · by The_Republican · 6 replies · 154+ views ^ | May 3rd, 2008 | John Dickerson
    A lot of people are having a good chuckle over Hillary Clinton's frustrating encounter with a coffee maker at the gas station market. If she's not ready to make a latte from Day 1, she won't be awake enough to take the 3 a.m. phone call. While the coffee maker was rejecting Clinton, economists and policymakers were reacting the same way to the proposal she'd gone to the gas station to promote. Clinton's proposal to lift the 18-cents-a-gallon federal gas tax has been roundly criticized by experts of all ideological stripes for doing little to lighten the burden on drivers...
  • Hillary, Echoing McCain, Hits Obama on Gas Tax Holiday

    05/01/2008 5:09:34 AM PDT · by obamahorror · 8 replies · 62+ views
    Hillary Clinton's latest ad: Hillary: I'm Hillary Clinton, and I approved this message. Announcer: The economy's in trouble, When the housing crisis broke, Hillary Clinton called for action: a freeze on foreclosures. Barack Obama said no. Now gas prices are skyrocketing and she's ready to act again. Hillary's plan: use the windfall profits of the oil companies to pay to suspend the gas tax this summer. Barack Obama says no again. People are hurting. It's time for a president who's ready to take action now. You know, I had worried that McCain's and the RNC's criticism of Obama for...
  • The Case for an Obama-Clinton Ticket

    03/24/2008 4:47:31 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 31 replies · 1,027+ views
    The New York Observer ^ | March 24, 2008 | Steve Kornacki
    Maybe, just maybe, it’s now worth at least asking whether Hillary Clinton might wind up as the Democratic candidate for vice president. When the chatter about a Democratic “dream ticket” began last year, it was easy to dismiss. Either Clinton or Obama would win a clear victory in the primaries and, after what inevitably would be a contentious campaign, each would want as little to do with the other as possible. Clinton, if she emerged victorious, would instead choose some kind of national security graybeard to her political right, a retired general perhaps, or maybe even a Republican. Likewise, Obama...
  • Dem insiders say joint Clinton-Obama 'dream' ticket all but impossible

    03/23/2008 11:03:49 AM PDT · by kingattax · 32 replies · 1,180+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | March 23rd 2008 | KENNETH R. BAZINET and MICHAEL McAULIFF
    Washington - Dream ticket? Dream on. Democratic insiders say Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama once held warm feelings for each other, but their fierce White House fight is pushing their relationship to the point of no return. Many say it's already gone so far that any sort of union would come only if they thought the good of the party absolutely depended on it. Clinton has floated the idea of a dream ticket. But if Obama wins, the chances of it happening are nearly zero, strategists say. How tough have things gotten between the two? Both say they were friends...
  • Obama Ridicules Notion of VP Slot

    03/10/2008 3:33:19 PM PDT · by indcons · 52 replies · 1,462+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | CHARLES BABINGTON
    Democrat Barack Obama ridiculed the idea of being Hillary Rodham Clinton's running mate Monday, saying voters must choose between the two for the top spot on the fall ticket. The Illinois senator used his first public appearance of the week to knock down the notion that he might accept the party's vice presidential nomination. He noted that he has won more states, votes and delegates than Clinton so far. "I don't know how somebody who is in second place is offering the vice presidency to the person who is first place," Obama said, drawing cheers and a long standing ovation...
  • Obama Live at a Rally in MS TOTALLY Knocks Down Idea of Being Hillary's VP.

    03/10/2008 10:22:22 AM PDT · by Anti-Hillary · 93 replies · 1,937+ views
    Fox News | 3--8 | Obama
    "I am not runniing for VP." "Have I been clear?" "You can't say I am not ready from day one, but that I am good enough to be VP."
  • Obama: 'If I am not ready, why do you think I would be such a great vice president?'

    03/10/2008 10:51:13 AM PDT · by Uncledave · 34 replies · 1,481+ views
    Politico ^ | 3/10/2007
    Obama: 'If I am not ready, why do you think I would be such a great vice president?' My colleague Carrie Budoff Brown e-mails from Columbus, Miss., with Obama's response to the Clintons' flotation of the notion that he could be her veep: scorn. COLUMBUS, Miss -- Sen. Barack Obama delivered an animated rebuke today of suggestions from the Clintons in recent days that he could run as her vice president. “Now first of all with all due respect, with all due respect," he said here during a town hall meeting. "I won twice as many states as Sen. Clinton....
  • Clinton Team Pushes for Obama as Running Mate

    03/09/2008 7:49:36 PM PDT · by EagleUSA · 29 replies · 1,259+ views
    Yahoo / Reuters ^ | 3/9/2008 | EagleUSA
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hillary and Bill Clinton are again teaming up on Barack Obama -- this time saying the first-term U.S. lawmaker, whom they have derided as inexperienced, would be a strong running mate on a Democratic presidential ticket headed by the former first lady. In talking up a joint ticket, the Clintons may be seeking the upper hand, attempting to put her in consideration for the top of the ticket when she so far has failed to win the votes necessary to assure that she would face Republican presidential candidate John McCain in the November election. The maneuver may...
  • Clintons push a Hillary/Obama ticket

    03/09/2008 6:07:52 PM PDT · by Pharmboy · 82 replies · 2,483+ views
    Reuters via Yahoo ^ | 3-9-08 | Thomas Ferraro
    Hillary and Bill Clinton are again teaming up on Barack Obama -- this time saying the first-term U.S. lawmaker, whom they have derided as inexperienced, would be a strong running mate on a Democratic presidential ticket headed by the former first lady. In talking up a joint ticket, the Clintons may be seeking the upper hand, attempting to put her in consideration for the top of the ticket when she so far has failed to win the votes necessary to assure that she would face Republican presidential candidate John McCain in the November election. The maneuver may also be aimed...
  • Bill Clinton: Hillary-Obama Ticket Would Be "Almost Unstoppable Force"

    03/08/2008 12:24:54 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 81 replies · 2,712+ views
    Bill Clinton: Hillary-Obama Ticket Would Be "Almost Unstoppable Force" By Greg Sargent - March 8, 2008, 3:00PM Now Bill Clinton is saying it. Here he is, floating the idea of a joint Hillary-Obama ticket at a town-hall meeting today in Mississippi: "She said yesterday and she said the day after her big wins in Texas and Ohio and Rhode Island that she was very open to that and I think she answered explicitly yes yesterday," Clinton began, referring to Hillary's own answers on the topic in recent days. "I know that she has always been open to it, because she...
  • Over the Top

    03/07/2008 7:13:21 AM PST · by rellimpank · 8 replies · 82+ views
    WSJ Online ^ | 07 mar 08 | Peggy Noonan
    An overview: From the first voting in Iowa on Jan. 3 she had to prove that Clintons Are Magic. She wound up losing 11 in a row. Meaning Clintons aren't magic. He had to take her out in New Hampshire, on Super Tuesday or Junior Tuesday. He didn't. Meaning Obama isn't magic. Two nonmagical beings are left. What the Democrats lost this week was the chance to paint the '08 campaign as a brilliant Napoleonic twinning of strategy and tactics that left history awed. What they have instead is a ticket to Verdun. Trench warfare, and the daily, wearying life...
  • Clinton & Obama Vote NO to Minimum Wage and Katrina Relief

    05/28/2007 8:18:29 AM PDT · by Nick Danger · 7 replies · 591+ views
    VRWC ^ | May 26, 2007 | NautiNurse
    Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama voted NO on the Iraq Funding bill last Thursday. We know this because every media outlet has shouted these headlines.  Google lists 556 news stories to this effect.However, the $2.10 minimum wage increase was hitched to the Iraq funding bill, and $6.4 Billion Hurricane Katrina aid was piggybacked to the Iraq funding bill. Therefore, Clinton and Obama voted NO to the minimum wage increase and NO to the $6.4Billion Katrina aid package.This would normally leave a mark with the candidates' liberal party members. But you won't read about the Clinton and Obama "No" votes on...
  • Dems Facing a Rap

    04/15/2007 1:11:56 PM PDT · by Stajack · 19 replies · 3,938+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | 4/15/2007 | Helen Kennedy
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dems Facing a Rap Hil & Obama got help from foul musicians BY HELEN KENNEDY DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER Sunday, April 15th 2007, 2:05 PM Democratic presidential hopefuls like Barack Obama, above at left with rapper Ludacris, were quick to slam shock jock Don imus about the Rutgers women's basketball team... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...but the top Dems, including Hillary Clinton, have been happy to hang out with foul-mouthed musicians like rapper Timbland, left, in their hunt for votes and campaign cash. Leading Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama may have a "ho" problem of their own. When Clinton...