Hillary Clinton

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EschewObfuscat ion
03/23/2009

Hillary Clinton 1

One of the most corrupt and ego-maniacal politicians to ever hold office. Former junior Senator of the Peoples' Republik of New York, she inexplicably "lost" the democrat nomination to the most inexperienced candidate to be nominated in over 50 years.

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Chalky Studebaker
12/01/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

Anti-Christ. God, I'm glad she's out of NY.

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Jim9713
10/09/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

Clinton is a centrist, I can live with that.

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Drummond
08/17/2008

Hillary Clinton 4

I've come to appreciate her more since the primaries, and I actually think Obama would do well to nominate her as VP. He needs a brawler to take on the right wing noise machine, and she can go right at McCain while Obama plays "above the fray."

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Michael Jenkins
07/23/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

she loves power...and if she dumped bill in the late nineties she would be president now

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Stacey372
07/09/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

She's got bigger nads than Bill. I wonder if she got a blow job in the oval office too?

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Mike667
06/25/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

Corporate beyotch.

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Wendyvine
06/17/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

Yuck!

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Tony V
06/05/2008

Hillary Clinton 5

I like Hilary

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shineindia
05/08/2008

Hillary Clinton 5

Hope a Great win >> Good luck Democrat

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myspace-30849171
05/07/2008

Hillary Clinton 2

a Republican in Democrats clothes

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~?Samantha?~
04/11/2008

Hillary Clinton 4

I like her more than Obama and I remember things were very good when her husband was president. The only major thing that happened was the Bosnia war. That whole Monica Lewinsky shit was overrated.

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myspace-362455293
03/27/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

RUN FOR YOUR LIFES

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trebon1038
03/23/2008

Hillary Clinton 2

Well if you read my comments on Obama then it will be obvious what I think about Hellary, I mean Hillary. She scares me.

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twansalem
03/12/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

I just don't understand how anyone can support Hillary Clinton. All of her mannerisms suggest that she doesn't mean anything that she says, that she's just trying to win a competition. I say she can't be trusted. And everyone keeps talking about experience. What experience? She was married to a president, which I suppose means something, but come on. So she's been a senator. Plenty of other candidates have that kind of experience as well. I was extremely happy when Bill finally left office, now we might be faced with another member of the Clinton family as president.

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GenghisTheHun
03/07/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

I would have a hard time voting for her with one exception--if someone had a gun to my head.

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fitman
02/22/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

  The thought of having Hillary at the helm of the ship of state is rather frightening, but not nearly as scary as contemplating the disasters we'd face if we get another extreme right-wing wacko (McCain) instead.

BTW, Hillary's health care plan is designed to be a boon to the insurance industry. There's nothing 'socialist' about it.

http://tinyurl.com/yv5x2m

 

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Wiseguy
02/10/2008

Hillary Clinton 2

There is nothing particularly impressive on her resume. She tried to pass a mind-numbingly complex federal bureaucracy designed to control health care, originally the plan went down in flames. Nearly every week she proposes massive entitlement programs that will cost the American tax payer billions of $$$.  If only Bill  didn't retrieve the mail, Hillary would have received her invitation to join the Milton Friedman fan club...all the spending and other wild ideas about government domination could have been avoided.

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Strijdom
02/10/2008

Hillary Clinton 5

Hillary knows what she's doing. She does have a better understanding of the problems that Americans face, without the empty rhetoric of Obama. I sat home yesterday and listened to the debates, and without the cheers, Obama really is nothing more than a media creation bolstered by rabid fans. Putting him to running a country would be scary.

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lunamix
02/07/2008

Hillary Clinton 5

Like a Timex -- takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'. Love her -- and I'm a Republican.

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wingspin
01/11/2008

Hillary Clinton 5

Is a Democrat to the core (yeah, I know she was a Rep long, long ago) I truly believe she is best suited to serve this country. She probably deserves one less star for the baggage she brings with Bill. ...but he's also a great attribute. She's one tough lady.

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LadyJesusFan77 7
01/10/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

Although no one will ever know who I vote for, there is nothing wrong with the idea of a woman President, or African American. I don't care about the gender or color of the President as long as they can run the country right.

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jennstep
01/10/2008

Hillary Clinton 5

whoo hoo!

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Ben999
01/10/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

I think she is the most experienced of the Democrat candidates but i dont really trust her. The little breakdown she had the day before the New Hampshire Primary was definitly staged

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TeresaG
01/09/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

Yes Genghis ~ I agree! ( Although I am a Republican!).  But, Hillary does talk out of both sides of her mouth ~ and her crying jag was sooo out of character!!!  THat protrayed herself, at least to me, as very fake!

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SilverFox
01/09/2008

Hillary Clinton 4

I agree with edt4's statement that, unfortunately, America (i.e., the bare majority required to elect a President) probably isn't ready to elect either a woman or a person of color. I'd love to be proven wrong, but the one thing the Democrats can't risk is losing to a Republican because of the gender or race of their candidate.

I think either Hillary or Obama would be a capable President, but I don't give the nod to Hillary because of any experience factor. Abe Lincoln didn't have much political experience, and he did just fine. Executive management experience, such as gubernatorial, isn't a prerequisite -- that's what Chiefs of Staff and Cabinets are for. What's most important to me is intellectual ability, including analytical ability and judgment; emotional stability; good morals; compassion; backbone; and a demonstrated capacity to work with the other party and the rest of the world for the good of us all. The desire and ability to work with the opposition party is a weakness for Hillary and a strength for Obama. Hillary is politics as usual, Obama isn't. Obama is more likeable--though I've never understood why Hillary is so detested by many right-wingers. I think her heart is in the right place, and always has been, but a lifetime in partisan politics, albeit as a state and national first lady, may have given her a cynical edge and a distaste for giving Republicans even the barest of inches, plus she has a lot of baggage. I've been tired of politics as usual for a very long time, and I eagerly embrace any opportunity to get rid of any part of it. I don't think Hillary affords that opportunity.

Given my pessimism that either of them is electable, even though qualified, I'd rather see John Edwards get the nomination, since I view him as more electable (and almost as qualified). No matter which of the three wins the nomination, any of them would be better than any of the Republican contenders (or Bush). Huckabee is likeable and quick-minded with a sense of humor, but his overt religiosity and enthusiasm for the unworkable and unfair idea of replacing all national taxes with a sales tax make him unacceptable to me. Romney is all slick surface, Giuliani is untrustworthy, McCain is too old and too stubborn. So it's gotta be a Dem who is electable.

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abichara
01/07/2008

Hillary Clinton 2

Hillary is no doubt a very intelligent woman with some Washington experience. But I'm not too sure that 4 more years of the Clinton's is what the country needs right now. In many respects, many of the problems this country is currently facing are occurring because of her husband's lack of action during his time in office; issues ranging from tax policy to Social Security, and terrorism sat on his desk waiting to be addressed. Clinton always focused on smaller, government-efficiency issues--which is fine, but you can't forget the big picture either. The Clinton's have always been risk-averse when it comes to big projects, and when they have tried to take on big challenges, like when Hillary tried to reform health care, she refused to compromise to make it happen. The times demand boldness and innovation. Getting things done requires compromise too, and that is something that the Clintons didnt do much of during their time in the White House.

Besides that, do we really want to go back to an era of scandal and polarizing politics? I think some people have forgotten the Clinton era, or have only chosen to remember select portions of that time. The economy was good, but it is not likely to be so this time. No matter who comes out, we are likely heading towards an inflationary economy. The President really has very little control over the economy. They share some authority with Congress over fiscal issues, but monetary policy is largely dictated by the Federal Reserve. Their policy of keeping interest rates artificially low while the value of the dollar continues to weaken cannot be sustained long term and will likely lead to inflationary pressures which will slow the economy. Tax cuts and other fiscal measures may slow the bleeding, but our economic problems are much more fundamental. In short, don't expect a return to the 1990's under a 3rd Clinton administration.

Yet, for all the negatives on Hillary, I actually think she's better than Edwards or Obama, both whom lack the experience needed to take on the challenges we'll be facing in the next couple of years. She's a stronger candidate when it comes to foreign policy and understanding the bureaucracy.

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decalod85
01/05/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

Why are people so afraid of this woman?

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Donovan
01/05/2008

Hillary Clinton 2

Speaks out of both sides of her mouth. I just don't trust her. I believe she says what she thinks the crowd she is speaking to wants to hear.

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edt4
01/05/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

If she's the Democratic candidate (doubtful at this point), I'll vote for her, but, once again, it will be a case of me voting for the lesser of 2 evils. It would be great to see a woman President, but I'm still cynical enough, I guess, to believe that America is too racist and too sexist to vote for either a woman or a black (or an Italian, in the case of Giuliani). I'd love to be proven wrong. When Bill was President, I liked Hillary far more. To me, Bill was a moderate Republican. He pushed through NAAFTA for the Republicans; they weren't able to get it passed without his assistance...gee, thanks Bill!! During his tenure, Hillary was the progressive one, the one fighting the good fight against voracious corporate greed (or at least seeming to). Bill, on the other hand, came across as a friend of the corporations, the lobbyists, the political glad-handers, the CEO's, the rich and the powerful. Now, Hillary seems to have transformed herself, and not for the better. We won't be out of Iraq anytime soon if she's President. Based on everything I've heard her say, she'd prove be a female version of Bill. Better than a Republican, for sure, but not really all that much different from a Republican. The opposite side of basically the same corporate coin. Personally, she lost me during the 2006 Lebanon War, similar to the way Al Gore lost me during the Elian Gonzalez conflict some years earlier. Hillary and Al are extremely bright, knowledgeable people...obviously...and yet they both responded to these situations with safe, predictable sophistry. If by some chance she does become the Democratic candidate, she won't get in, in my opinion. Won't happen. Besides the fact that she's a female (the more vociferous neocons would probably dispute that point), she carries far too much baggage with her, she inspires too much intense negative sentiment among certain segments of the population. Which is probably why the right-wing pundits and talk-show hosts have been pushing her as the "clear Democratic choice"...or at least were until Iowa. In some ways, Iowa was heartening. It shows people really are ready for something other than "politics as usual", which is what both Hillary and Sh...sorry, I meant Mitt...both represent. I like Obama more than I do Hillary, but don't see him as the "savior" some are extolling him as (and, being the political cynic I am, I think Americans as a whole are not much more inclined to vote for a black than they are a woman...again, I'd love to be proven wrong). As for Huckabee, all I really know about him is that he loves Jesus...really, REALLY loves Jesus!! Still, what seems to have appealed to the voters beyond his in-your-face religiosity is a certain folksiness, a perceived sense of decency, of wholesome values and ethics. Whether that perception is true or not is anybody's guess, but people are obviously sick of Hillary, Sh...sorry; Mitt, Rudy, John, etc. saying what their handlers tell them the American people want to hear. At the very least, the next several months should prove to be a very interesting time in American politics.

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ROCKTRAIN69
01/04/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

I rather see her win than Obummer.

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Obamarules111
01/04/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

so wack

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louiethe20th
01/04/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

I will pass and I think the USA will do the same come November. Americans know that if they want socialism they can move up to Canada.

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HelloKitty09
01/03/2008

Hillary Clinton 1

Wow Obama wins.   

Former First Lady Hilary Clinton stressed that she would that she would make a better President than Barack Obama because of her experience.  If she means an expert in shady dealings, she got a leg up on her rivals; Whitewater, Vince Foster suicide, health care reform debacle, etc.   I’d vote for her when she stops with Tammy Wynette act or take responsibility for voting for the Iraq War

 

 

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CanadaSucks
01/03/2008

Hillary Clinton 2

Still don't think she's electable. . .still think that if the dems are smart (and they haven't been) they will flank her or use her as a smokescreen for their real candidate. . .

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James76255
01/03/2008

Hillary Clinton 3

I am hardly a fan of Hillary Clinton, but even I think she deserves more than what these brilliant minds have to say. Problem is there isn't much to say that hasn't been said over the last 15 or 16 years. We all know about the failed health care policy, the illegal campaign contributions, the 'We are the president' gaffe, Whitewater, carpet bagging, etc, etc, etc. Plus, we know about her insistence that all this, along with a few other failings, are all part of a right wing conspiracy. The sad thing: She is still probably the best candidate the Democrats are putting out there this year. On a positive note, she does have some actual foreign policy experience, and I applaud the work she did in China. Talk about a tough audience. If she wants to be Ambassador to China, give it to her. President of the United States? No thanks.

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sukhvir
01/02/2008

Hillary Clinton 4

testing next

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4356rtere
12/23/2007

Hillary Clinton 4

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