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  • Explaining Hillary’s ‘Sympathy for the Devil’

    12/08/2014 2:48:35 PM PST · by Impala64ssa · 21 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 11/7/14 | Roger L Simon
    When I first read that Hillary Clinton said we should have “empathy” for our enemies, my first thought was — is she senile? Who is she talking about? Empathy for Hitler? Pol Pot? Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi? Surely if we only empathized with the ISIS leader a bit more, they wouldn’t be slicing off as many heads or placing as many women in sexual slavery, not to mention shooting large groups after having had them dig their own mass graves, Nazi-style. All that business about global jihad and caliphates and “see you in New York” would go away with a little...
  • Expensive 'Stand with Hillary' video reveals her desperation

    12/05/2014 9:57:47 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 73 replies
    The American Thinker ^ | 12-5-14 | Thomas Lifson
    Several people who sent me the video embedded below, from the Hillary for President campaign that is not yet officially a campaign, warned me I might barf. But actually, I found it quite interesting in a number of respects and, upon analysis, comforting. If you have just eaten or are so averse to the former co-president that you can’t bear to click play, basically it is a three-minute-and-23-second commercial with a country song about Hillary, showing pickup trucks (it really reminded me in places of the Chevy truck “like a rock” commercials), lots and lots of white people (what happened...
  • Economy Doesn't Make Clinton a Favorite in 2016

    12/03/2014 5:41:36 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies
    RealClearPolitics ^ | December 3, 2014 | Sean Trende
    I’d intended to write about the Democratic and Republican primaries this week, but an article from the New Republic’s very smart Danny Vinik caught my eye. So, the primaries will have to wait. Referencing a piece by Ed Luce in the Financial Times, Vinik writes that Luce “overlooks a fundamental reason why [Hillary Clinton] is the early [2016] favorite: The economy is quickly improving under a Democratic president.” Vinik then cites political science research suggesting that the economy is the crucial factor in predicting elections. This is true. But there are other factors to consider as well; no model of...
  • Poll: (Hillary) Clinton Leads in NH by Historic Margin

    11/24/2014 9:48:47 AM PST · by Zakeet · 32 replies
    NBC News ^ | November 24, 2014
    The 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary is well over a year away, but there's a new poll about the Democratic contenders that gives Hillary Clinton a huge lead. The 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary is well over a year away, but there's a new poll about the Democratic contenders that gives Hillary Clinton a huge lead. [Snip] 62 percent of voters said they would cast their ballot for Clinton if the Democratic primary were held today. Trailing behind, 13 percent said they would vote for Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, six percent said Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and five percent said...
  • Democrats Ready for Post-Holiday Clinton Announcement

    11/18/2014 6:54:35 PM PST · by Steelfish · 29 replies
    NBCNews ^ | November 18, 2014 | PERRY BACON JR.
    Democrats Ready for Post-Holiday Clinton Announcement PERRY BACON JR. Hillary Clinton is expected to announce in January that she will run for president, Democratic sources say, and the shape of that effort is becoming clear -- with a campaign operation headquartered in the New York City suburbs and a campaign message that plays up the possibility of electing the first female president much more so than in 2008. Party sources emphasize there is still a small chance the former first lady will opt not to run, and some Democrats say there is no reason for her to begin a campaign...
  • German newspaper wonders if Hillary Clinton is America’s ‘last hope’

    11/07/2014 5:15:48 AM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 25 replies
    WP ^ | November 6 , 2014 | Colby Itkowitz
    German newspaper wonders if Hillary Clinton is America’s ‘last hope’ By Colby Itkowitz November 6 at 2:28 PM  You’d be hard pressed to find a postmortem on the 2014 midterms in America that didn’t include analysis of what it would mean for Hillary Clinton’s presidential chances in 2016. Some say her support for losing Democratic candidates hurts her brand. Others say the Republican-controlled Congress will give her something concrete to run against. But perhaps no paper anywhere so blatantly transitioned to 2016 coverage than the taz die tageszeitung (or “taz”), a leftwing daily newspaper in Berlin.
  • Obama Plans To Nominate Clinton For Top Diplomat

    11/21/2008 6:24:43 AM PST · by edpc · 27 replies · 723+ views
    AP via Yahoo News ^ | 21 Nov 2008 | NEDRA PICKLER
    WASHINGTON – President-elect Barack Obama plans to nominate Hillary Rodham Clinton as secretary of state after Thanksgiving, a new milestone for the former first lady and a convergence of two political forces who fought hard for the presidency.
  • Huma Abedin, Hillary's Girl Uninterrupted, and Rep. Anthony Weiner having an affair? Heh.

    01/27/2008 6:41:25 AM PST · by snarks_when_bored · 57 replies · 12,236+ views
    27 Jan 2008 | snarks_when_bored
    Today's New York Post Page Six gossip column offers readers the following prima facie risible item: Not So Secret HUMA Abedin, the traveling aide who is rarely out of Hillary Rodham Clinton's sight, has been seen with bachelor Rep. Anthony Weiner on the campaign trail. Shortly before Clinton arrived for a fund-raiser Thursday night at the Hiro club in the Meatpacking District, Abedin was spotted going into the Maritime Hotel around the corner with Weiner. If they were trying to keep their affair a secret, you'd think they'd find someplace where political reporters wouldn't be walking by. "If they were...
  • ‘I Get a Little Wonky’

    01/13/2008 4:26:20 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 7 replies · 90+ views
    ‘I Get a Little Wonky’ It was not a smart assumption, the senator says in an interview, for her or her staff to think voters knew the real Hillary Clinton from her Senate campaigns. By Jon Meacham NEWSWEEK Updated: 4:04 PM ET Jan 12, 2008 In a nondescript classroom on the grounds of the Electrical Training Institute of IBEW Local 11, amid the stuff of a campaign-event holding room—bottles of water, tea, a Sharpie laid out next to a few placards and photos that need autographing for local supporters—Hillary Clinton sat down with NEWSWEEK's Jon Meacham for an interview that...
  • Bitter fight could damage Dems

    01/11/2008 2:51:15 PM PST · by neverdem · 48 replies · 101+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | January 11, 2008 | STEVE HUNTLEY
    The stunning political earthquake in New Hampshire on Tuesday and its aftershocks are opening a wrenching fissure in Democratic politics -- raising the prospect of a bitter campaign with racial and gender undertones that could damage Democratic presidential hopes in November by alienating an important voting bloc -- African Americans or women. Though the respective celebrations over Barack Obama's Iowa win and the resurrection of Hillary Clinton's campaign at first obscured signs of trouble, it has become apparent that together they inflicted wounds that may be difficult to heal. In the days leading up to Tuesday's voting, the Clinton camp...
  • (Hillary) Clinton preaches, then runs (didn't stick around to hear pastor's sermon)

    12/30/2007 1:55:14 PM PST · by jdm · 91 replies · 1,279+ views
    AP via Yahoo! ^ | Dec. 30, 2007 | Nafeesa Syeed
    DES MOINES, Iowa - Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered a campaign sermon Sunday, but didn't stick around to hear the pastor do his preaching. "We're still at church. We're still going to worship no matter what," the Rev. Lee Maxey said as the Democratic presidential candidate, her daughter, Chelsea, and their entourage left Corinthian Baptist Church, the media pack close behind. Clinton stayed for about 20 minutes and, when she spoke, noted her support for children's rights. The New York senator also highlighted a chapter in her book, "It Takes a Village," that talks about every child needing a champion. She...
  • Sen. Hillary Clinton tells Katie Couric: I will be the Democratic nominee

    11/26/2007 5:47:03 PM PST · by jdm · 62 replies · 680+ views
    Orlando Sentinel ^ | Nov. 26, 2007 | Staff
    Is Sen. Hillary Clinton feeling any doubts about winning the Democratic nomination for president? Not at all. "It will be me," Clinton tells Katie Couric in an interview to air Monday on the "CBS Evening News With Katie Couric." The broadcast airs at 6:30 p.m. on WKMG-Channel 6. Couric also asked if Clinton is concerned that Oprah Winfrey could boost Sen. Barack Obama by campaigning for him in three key states. "No, at the end of the day," Clinton says. "I'm proud to have my husband support me ... with his knowledge, experience and incredible ability to vouch for me."
  • HilLIARy resigns from U.S. senate to run for president

    10/04/2007 10:10:00 AM PDT · by Mr. K · 39 replies · 2,125+ views
    BrainyHistory ^ | June 11 1996 | brainyhistory
    June 11, 1996 in History Event: Bob Dole, Sen-R-KS, resigns from U.S. senate to run for president
  • The 'Hillary hostility' factor

    08/23/2007 4:44:08 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 43 replies · 1,166+ views ^ | August 23, 2007 | Donald Lambro
    WASHINGTON -- Democrats face a potentially disastrous conundrum in the 2008 presidential nominating race: Sen. Hillary Clinton, the front-runner, is the most disliked candidate among her party's contenders. Despite the strong lead she holds over her closest rivals, the New York senator draws the general electorate's highest negative ratings of anyone in the race, Republican or Democrat, when pollsters ask the voters if they have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of each candidate. A Gallup survey conducted from Aug. 3 to Aug. 5 found that 49 percent of the 1,012 Americans they polled said they had an unfavorable opinion of...
  • Bloggers unmoved by democrats' cyber-debate

    07/23/2007 5:27:38 PM PDT · by mdittmar · 16 replies · 860+ views ^ | 7/24/2007 | Toby Harnden
    It had been billed as "a milestone in presidential campaign history", a chance for the anarchists of cyberspace to pitch the kind of questions at White House candidates that no mainstream journalist would dare to ask.While executives from the CNN television network and its partner YouTube, the video-sharing website, were trumpeting last night's debate between Democratic candidates as revolutionary, the reaction from bloggers and new-media commentators has been decidedly lukewarm.Although the 2,989 questions submitted by video ranged from the weirdly off-beat to the outright cheeky, the aspiring participants in the debate held in Charleston, South Carolina, condemned plans by CNN...
  • VIDEO: Hillary & Edwards' Secret to 86 Other Dems in Pres. Debates (Conspiring Caught On Tape!!!)

    07/13/2007 6:55:07 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 75 replies · 3,109+ views
    YouTube ^ | July 13, 2007 | BeyondTheNews
    When will these candidates learn to turn or take off their microphones. At the end of an NAACP Presidential Forum in Detroit in which fringe candidates Mike Gravel and Dennis Kucinich repeatedly upstaged the top two tiers, John Edwards approached Hillary Clinton at her podium and, perhaps forgetting that microphones were still on, can clearly be heard saying "we should think about at some point... maybe some time in the fall, we'll try to have a more serious debate with a smaller group of people." Hillary agreed with Edwards, saying "We've got to cut the numbers of these, because they...
  • Hillary the inevitable

    07/09/2007 2:51:03 PM PDT · by Jet Jaguar · 41 replies · 1,594+ views
    the politico ^ | 9 July, 2007 | Ben Smith
    Obama strategist David Plouffe released a memo last week arguing that Hillary Clinton's advantages were essentially those of incumbency, that her support was thin, and that Obama should actually be considered the front-runner. Mark Penn, Clinton's chief strategist, responded today with a memo that seemed designed to bludgeon all opposition into senselessness through the sheer power of numbers (links to 40 polls showing Hillary in the lead!) Penn strongly implies another i-word is the best description of Hillary -- not "incumbent," but "inevitable." In recent election cycles, any time a candidate has had as much as 35 or 40 percent...
  • Hillary LIVE! on C-Span (MASSIVE cackling alert!)

    07/02/2007 7:09:59 PM PDT · by Libloather · 26 replies · 1,118+ views
    Oh, man. Does she EVER stop yelling? Should we ax *Bubba? Hillary cherishes the rule of law.
  • Dem Presidential Candidates Vow Amnesty For Unlawful Entrants

    07/01/2007 1:38:51 PM PDT · by Laissez-faire capitalist · 29 replies · 1,783+ views
    Azstarnet ^ | 7/01/2007 | Eunice Moscoso
    Two days after a major immigration overhaul died in the Senate, Democratic presidential candidates vowed if elected to push through lesgislation that would protect workers and give unlawful immigrants a path to citizenship...
  • Hillary Clinton Says She Is “Appalled”

    06/30/2007 4:34:35 PM PDT · by Baladas · 113 replies · 2,949+ views
    The Florida Politics blog ^ | June 30, 2007 | Brian E. Crowley
    Hillary Rodham Clinton said Saturday she is “appalled” by remarks made by Republican Fred Thompson suggesting that some Cuban refugees could be terrorists. Thompson, an actor and former Tennessee senator, spoke about Cuban refugees Wednesday during an appearance in South Carolina. The topic was illegal immigration and Thompson’s opposition to any legislation that does not do enough to protect America’s borders. Using Cuban refugees as an example, Thompson said, “I don’t imagine they’re coming here to bring greetings from Castro. We’re living in the era of the suitcase bomb,” Clinton, New York’s junior Democratic senator, speaking to a group of...
  • Caption Hillary in Little Rock, Ark. (barf alert)

    06/25/2007 4:36:14 AM PDT · by redstates4ever · 50 replies · 1,153+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 6/23/07 | staff
    "Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., is greeted by Arkansas supporters at the Democratic Party of Arkansas Jefferson-Jackson Day event in North Little Rock, Ark."
  • Hillary Campaign Struggling in Iowa

    06/02/2007 2:50:39 PM PDT · by yoe · 40 replies · 1,308+ views
    News Max ^ | June 1, 2007 | Staff
    Memo to Hillary Rodham Clinton: Your deputy campaign manager was right. An internal campaign memo late last month urged the Democratic front-runner to bypass first-up and momentum-generating Iowa because of Clinton's lackluster showing despite drawing large crowds - a memo she immediately disavowed. Yet, the reality from Des Moines to Dubuque lends credence to deputy campaign manager Mike Henry's assessment that for Clinton, Iowa is "our consistently weakest state." Presidential rival John Edwards has capitalized on the remnants of his 2004 presidential operation in the state, the freedom to visit in the absence of a day job and a fresh...
  • Caption Hillary's "Mexican Fiesta" autograph session (barf alert)

    05/31/2007 11:25:29 AM PDT · by redstates4ever · 71 replies · 2,997+ views
    Flickr Photos ^ | 5/26/07 | snapoutofit703
    'The pen blew up all over her hands.'
  • Hillary Clinton, a Trojan Horse?

    05/15/2007 9:08:19 AM PDT · by bmweezer · 21 replies · 1,170+ views
    The ^ | May 15, 2007 | Bernard Chapin
    Like many conservatives, I’ve been a frequent consumer of Hillariana over the years. I fondly recall the chapters of The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in all the Wrong Places, Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton, Madame Hillary: The Dark Road to the White House, and Rewriting History. So, with a mix of stimulation and fatigue, I opened Bay Buchanan’s newly released The Extreme Makeover of Hillary (Rodham) Clinton. Undeniably, there are few more topical persons than the junior Senator from New York, but, as works concerning her continue to roll forth, the crucial question regarding...
  • Caption Hillary in South Carolina

    04/30/2007 4:26:55 AM PDT · by redstates4ever · 92 replies · 1,960+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 4/27/07 | staff
    "Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., gets an enthusiastic greeting in Greenville, S.C., Friday, April 27, 2007, as she arrives at the Allen Temple A.M.E. Church and Community Development Center to hold a town hall-style campaign stop."
  • Campaign Law Dogs McCain

    04/29/2007 5:10:29 PM PDT · by Diana in Wisconsin · 16 replies · 480+ views
    JSOnline ^ | April 28, 2007 | Craig Gilbert
    (He says he wants to clean up politics; GOP activists say he's muzzling speech) Washington, D.C. - Republican John McCain has a unique obstacle to overcome as he seeks his party's presidential nomination. His signature achievement in the U.S. Senate - the 2002 McCain-Feingold campaign finance law - is reviled by many of the GOP's most vocal activists and powerful interest groups."You have the key constituencies of the Republican Party, or the conservative wing of the Republican Party, who consider John McCain to be Public Enemy Number One," said Cleta Mitchell, a lawyer with Foley & Lardner who has battled...
  • Hillary's Star Appeal Fading

    04/02/2007 5:35:32 AM PDT · by Kimmers · 41 replies · 1,361+ views
    FOX news online ^ | Dick Morris
    It’s now obvious that Hillary Clinton’s negatives are rising among American voters. A Harris Interactive survey says that a majority will not vote for her, and a Gallup poll this week finds her favorability among Democratic primary voters dropping from 82 percent in January, to 74 percent in March.
  • Polls show Clinton in lead, especially among women

    03/25/2007 5:26:10 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 69 replies · 1,233+ views
    wilmington star online ^ | 3-25-07 | Stewart M. Powell
    Polls show Clinton in lead, especially among women By Stewart M. Powell, Hearst Newspapers Washington | Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., the leading contender for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, holds a 20-point advantage over Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., among Democratic women, according to a Gallup Poll released Friday. The nationwide telephone survey of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents showed Clinton enjoying even wider advantages among Democratic women over former Vice President Al Gore and former Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C. The survey underscored Clinton's continued strength among women voters and the challenge she faces trying to win comparable support among men...
  • This Clinton's problem is a lot bigger than Obama

    03/08/2007 5:55:12 AM PST · by DBCJR · 36 replies · 1,574+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | March 7, 2007, 8:07PM | By KATHLEEN PARKER
    The growing consensus seems to be that the former first lady's ascendancy as first woman president of the United States is less assured than previously thought, thanks in large part to the junior senator from Illinois, Barack Obama... Hillary has a bigger problem than Obama. Anyone who has heard her speak knows what it is, so we may as well talk about it. That voice. Every time Hillary opens her mouth, Americans are reminded ...: (1) she's not Bill, and (2) she's as tone-deaf... In Selma, Ala., last weekend at the "Bloody Sunday" commemoration, Hillary auditioned for a dual role...
  • Say it! Give Hillary Clinton a little slack

    03/08/2007 6:53:13 PM PST · by 2dogjoe · 37 replies · 962+ views
    San Antonio Express News ^ | 03/07/2007 | Cary Clack
    Cary Clack: Say it! Give Hillary Clinton a little slack Express-News In the late 1970s, when R&B listeners heard the music of Teena Marie, they assumed it was the debut of another young and sensational black female singer. The same thing happened a few years ago when people heard British teenager Joss Stone. So naturally soulful were their voices that many were surprised to learn that both Lady T and Stone are white. No one, upon hearing a speech by Sen. Hillary Clinton and not knowing who she is would ever assume that she was black or from the South,...
  • Hillary Clinton: The Fake Presidential Nominee

    03/07/2007 10:40:21 AM PST · by meg88 · 24 replies · 1,209+ views
    Bayou Buzz ^ | Article Written on: Tuesday-March-6-2007 | Jeff Crouere
    After viewing a tape of Hillary Clinton’s speech to a black church in Selma, Alabama, there is no doubt that the Illinois native and New York Senator tried to fake a “Southern” accent in a ploy to connect to her audience. Like her husband, Hillary Clinton is about as phony as they come. She will do almost anything to get elected President of the United States, so faking an accent is no big deal. How does this register with voters, especially black voters who understand the tactics being used by not only Hillary, but also Obama, who likewise employed a...
  • The Rev. Hillary’s Tin Ear

    03/06/2007 10:06:30 PM PST · by ProtectOurFreedom · 44 replies · 1,373+ views
    Orlando Sentinel (via RCP) ^ | 3/7/06 | Kathleen Parker
    The growing consensus seems to be that the former first lady’s ascendancy as first woman president of the U.S. is less assured than previously thought, thanks in large part to ... Barack Obama. The naked truth is, Hillary has a bigger problem than Obama. Anyone who has heard her speak knows what it is, so we may as well talk about it. That voice. Every time Hillary opens her mouth, Americans are reminded of two things: (1) she’s not Bill, and (2) she’s as tone-deaf in the presence of human beings as she was singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" in Iowa....
  • Our Gal Hillary (What is your favorite Hillary quote?)

    02/27/2007 7:03:25 AM PST · by VA Voter · 66 replies · 2,443+ views
    2/26/2007 | Email
    Cheers to the Truth! "Where is the G-damn f**king flag? I want the G-damn f**king flag up every f**king morning at f**king sunrise." (From the book "Inside The White House" by Ronald Kessler, p. 244 - Hillary to the staff at the Arkansas Governor's mansion on Labor Day, 1991) "You sold out, you mother f**ker! You sold out!" From the book "Inside" by Joseph Califano, p. 213 - Hillary yelling at Democrat lawyer. "It's been said, and I think it's accurate, that my husband was obsessed by terrorism in general and al-qaida in particular." (Hillary telling a post-9/11 world what...
  • Unprincipled Clinton Unfit To Be President

    02/23/2007 10:23:39 AM PST · by jazusamo · 45 replies · 1,324+ views
    GOPUSA ^ | February 23, 2007 | Greg Reeson
    By Greg Reeson February 23, 2007 Despite voting to authorize the use of force against Iraq in 2002, Senator and would-be-President Hillary Clinton is now calling for a 90-day deadline to start the redeployment of American troops from what is erroneously called a Sunni -- Shiite civil war. Since Mrs. Clinton steadfastly refuses to apologize for her Iraq war vote, one has to wonder just what caused this sudden change of heart? The truth is that it's really quite simple. Democrats, particularly those trying to win the White House, are running out of time to effect a course change in...
  • James Carville: Hillary Won’t Be Swift-boated

    02/22/2007 5:01:29 PM PST · by wagglebee · 60 replies · 1,684+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 2/22/07 | NewsMax
    Democratic political strategist James Carville is revisiting the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth’s attack on John Kerry in 2004 to scare up financial support for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. In a mass e-mail sent out under the "Hillary for President” banner, Carville offers a quote from the StopHillaryPAC: "Those Swift Boat Veterans for Truth were the real heroes of the 2004 election. We at the StopHillaryPAC want to do the same thing to Hillary.” Carville writes: "You read that right. There are people who think the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth are heroes for what they did in 2004 –...
  • Unfavorable rating up sharply for Clinton

    02/22/2007 2:24:18 PM PST · by NYpeanut · 36 replies · 1,524+ views
    buffalo news ^ | 2.22.07 | NA
    ALBANY (AP) - Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's unfavorable rating among state voters has climbed by a third since her landslide re-election victory in November, a statewide poll reported Wednesday. While the Democrat's favorable rating among state voters remained at 56 percent in the latest poll from Siena College's Research Institute, her unfavorable rating was at 40 percent, the highest in the last two years of Siena's polling. Immediately after her re-election victory over former Yonkers Mayor John Spencer, her unfavorable rating was 29 percent. Siena poll spokesman Steven Greenberg said the rise in Clinton's unfavorable rating likely stemmed from her...
  • Caption the 2008 Democratic Presidential Primary Field in Carson City, Nevada

    02/21/2007 2:09:47 PM PST · by meg88 · 81 replies · 1,349+ views
    NY Times ^ | 2.21.07 | staff photo
    Participating in the forum today in Carson City, Nev., are, from left: former Senator Mike Gravel; Senator Harry Reid; former Governor Tom Vilsack; Senator Joe Biden; Representative Dennis J. Kucinich ; Senator Christopher J. Dodd; former Senator John Edwards; Gerald McEntee, the head of the public employees union sponsoring the event; and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: February 21, 2007
  • Clinton tells AP she's not a big gambler

    02/21/2007 12:56:41 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 43 replies · 855+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 2/21/07 | Brendan Riley - ap
    CARSON CITY, Nev. - Here's a good bet. If Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton decides to do some gambling in Nevada, check out the blackjack table. "I'm not much of a gambler, but I have gambled," the New York senator said in a brief interview with The Associated Press on Wednesday, adding that her favorite game probably is blackjack. Clinton was in Nevada, one of the early voting states, to participate in a candidate forum. Democrats recently circulated a 44-page document repackaging Las Vegas and Nevada, considered the wild child of American culture, as utterly ordinary. Heartland over a...

    02/21/2007 4:11:38 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 147 replies · 2,868+ views
    New York Post ^ | February 21, 2007 | IAN BISHOP
    <p>February 21, 2007 -- MIAMI - Hillary Rodham Clinton vowed yesterday to change the United States so it's no longer an "arrogant power" that alienates the world.</p> <p>"When I'm president, I'm going to send a message to the world that America is back - we're not the arrogant power that we've been acting like for the last six years," Sen. Clinton said during her first campaign stop in the Sunshine State.</p>
  • Senator Clinton Aligns With Bush on Immigration ...(Now you know it's BAD !)

    02/21/2007 5:01:41 AM PST · by IrishMike · 46 replies · 2,653+ views
    NY Sun ^ | February 21, 2007 | RUSSELL BERMAN
    As Senator Clinton prepares to face off with many of her Democratic rivals today, she aligned herself directly with President Bush on the issue of immigration, using a campaign stop in South Florida to highlight a rare point of agreement with an administration that she criticizes at every turn. Speaking to about 300 community leaders in an area with a large immigrant population, Mrs. Clinton staked out a centrist position on the hot-button topic, saying she supported a "pathway to legalization" for the nation's 11 million to 12 million estimated undocumented immigrants, but only if they waited in line and...
  • Caption Hillary!

    02/20/2007 12:12:23 PM PST · by redstates4ever · 89 replies · 2,196+ views
    Flickr Photos ^ | 2/18/07 | Luke Is
  • Clinton Objects to Confederate Flag [South Carolina should remove the Confederate flag....]

    02/19/2007 1:43:25 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 153 replies · 3,917+ views
    Clinton Objects to Confederate Flag Feb 19 4:25 PM US/Eastern By JIM DAVENPORT Associated Press Writer ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday that South Carolina should remove the Confederate flag from its Statehouse grounds, in part because the nation should unite under one banner while at war. "I think about how many South Carolinians have served in our military and who are serving today under our flag and I believe that we should have one flag that we all pay honor to, as I know that most people in South Carolina do every single...
  • Clinton saw apology for war vote as insincere, aides say

    02/18/2007 7:21:32 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 79 replies · 2,048+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | February 18, 2007 | Patrick Healy, New York Times
    One of the most important decisions that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., made about her bid for the presidency came late last year, when she ended a debate in her camp over whether she should repudiate her 2002 vote authorizing military action in Iraq. Several advisers, friends and donors said in interviews that they had urged her to call her vote a mistake to appease anti-war Democrats, who play a critical role in the nominating process. Yet Clinton herself, backed by another faction, never wanted to apologize -- even if she viewed the war as a mistake -- arguing that...
  • Candy Crowley: Hillary Seen as 'Goddess'

    08/07/2005 11:33:18 AM PDT · by InvisibleChurch · 181 replies · 4,662+ views ^ | Sunday, Aug. 7, 2005 1:43 p.m. EDT
    Sunday, Aug. 7, 2005 1:43 p.m. EDT Candy Crowley: Hillary Seen as 'Goddess' 2008 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is considered a "goddess" in Democratic Party circles, CNN's Candy Crowley reported Saturday. "I honestly hear the word 'goddess' attached to her," Crowley told fellow CNN'er Joe Johns, who asked her to survey the 2008 political landscape. "She's kind of this – she doesn't have to show up in New Hampshire for another three-and-a-half years, because she's such a presence there," Crowley continued to gush. In the next breath Crowley seemed at a loss for words to explain the awe-inspiring power of...
  • (Hillary) Clinton urges start of Iraq pullout in 90 days

    02/17/2007 2:53:27 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 129 replies · 3,184+ views
    Reuters/Yahoo News ^ | Feb. 17, 2007 | Jim Wolf
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, the early front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, has called for a 90-day deadline to start pulling American troops from Iraq. Clinton, the wife of former President Bill Clinton, has been criticized by some Democrats for supporting authorization of the war in 2002 and for not renouncing her vote as she seeks the U.S. presidency in next year's election. "Now it's time to say the redeployment should start in 90 days or the Congress will revoke authorization for this war," the New York senator said in a video on her campaign Web...
  • Failed 'Hillarycare' Taught Me a Lesson, Says Sen. Clinton

    02/10/2007 7:35:36 AM PST · by Alia · 56 replies · 1,433+ views
    Newsmax ^ | 02-10-07 | Newsmax Staff
    Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday that her unsuccessful health care reform effort in 1993 makes her more effective on the issue now as she seeks the presidencyThis week, rival John Edwards offered his plan for universal health care that calls for a tax increase to ensure health care coverage for all and a requirement that businesses provide insurance. The tax increase would pay for the plan's cost of up to $120 billion a year."The president can propose, but the Congress has to dispose, and if we don't have a consensus in the country that our present system is...
  • Caption Picture of Hillary at Bellevue Hospital New York today

    02/05/2007 7:52:23 PM PST · by AmericanMade1776 · 88 replies · 2,598+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | Feb 5,2007
    U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) speaks during a news conference at Bellevue Hospital New York February 6, 2007. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)

    02/03/2007 11:51:49 AM PST · by conservative in nyc · 155 replies · 3,344+ views
    New York Post ^ | 2/3/07 | IAN BISHOP
    Pumping her fists and shouting to the rooftops, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton vowed yesterday to bring an immediate end to the war in Iraq if she's elected president. "If we in Congress don't end this war before January 2009, as president, I will," Clinton pledged in a speech to the Democratic faithful as she staked out a new position on the conflict. While she has been escalating her criticism of the war for months, yesterday was the first time Clinton spoke about what she would do about it if she wins the White House in 2008. The former first lady's...
  • She's Lying: Hillary '07 vs. Hillary '03

    01/31/2007 5:17:50 AM PST · by tsmith130 · 20 replies · 1,301+ views
    Rush Limbaugh EIB Transcript ^ | 01/29/2007 | Rush Limbaugh
    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Let's go to the audiotape. Mrs. Clinton. This is last Saturday at Des Moines' East High School. She said this about her position on the war in Iraq. HILLARY: I said that we should not go to war unless we have allies. So he took the authority that I and others gave him and he misused it, and I regret that deeply. And if we had known then what we know now, there never would have been a vote and I never would have voted to give this president that authority. RUSH: Yay! This is an outright...
  • Hillary's Closet

    01/30/2007 5:00:14 PM PST · by Reaganesque · 33 replies · 841+ views
    1/30/07 | Me
    I was listening to the Sean Hannity show today and he said that Hillary Clinton, in an effort to show us her "softer" side, said she likes to "organize her closet". This raises some interesting questions.Question 1: Would this be the same closet where she found those Whitewater billing records? And if so, how good could she possibly be at this "organizing" thing?Question 2: Don't you have to have a special permit or something to handle so many skeletons?Question 3: How long before Bill ends up in there?