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2008 Presidential Race, Hillary Clinton

>Debate Discussion: Is Hillary Toast?

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I don’t know about anybody else here, but I think if you spend half of a debate complaining that the moderators and other candidate are mean to you: you’ve already lost the debate.

I’d like to see how other people saw it, but from the minuteI saw Hillary doing her best imitation of her husband before the debate screaming “Shame on you!” I knew she had lost the debate [by the way, what is up with “shame on you” with the Clintons? 1) they have little shame themselves 2) who really says that except pet owners to their pets when they’ve made a mess on their carpets?] Anybody have a different reaction to last nights event? As for me, I’m getting myself psychologically ready for a President Obama or President McCain.
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11 thoughts on “>Debate Discussion: Is Hillary Toast?

  1. >Good strategy Jeff. I did the same thing in 1984. I voted for Jesse Jackson in the primary to give him as much power as possible at the convention so he would pull Mondale even further, if possible, to the left.My hand has never felt the same since pulling that lever for Jackson.

    Posted by Jeff Bailey | February 28, 2008, 9:03 pm
  2. >WATCH this mash-up of Hillary’s press conference made to sound like she’s criticizing HER OWN CAMPAIGN.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_0IWSwuP3w

    Posted by Anne | February 28, 2008, 6:31 am
  3. >Just vote for Hillary. We can always say, “Hey! I’ve voted for both Republicans and Democrats. I’ve even voted for a Clinton. I’m bipartisan!”

    Posted by Jeff Wright | February 28, 2008, 1:10 am
  4. >Jeff,I thought about that as well in the primary, but I’m still feeling funny about voting for Hillary in any capacity.Plus, our newfound Obama love constrains me to not offend the inducer of the fainting spells!

    Posted by GUNNY | February 28, 2008, 12:52 am
  5. >I was going to ask you if you were going to do that.

    Posted by J.Wizzle | February 28, 2008, 12:18 am
  6. >I started to think that the mass hysteria over Obama was too strong to overcome so I’ve been preferring a Hillary win since she’d be easier to beat but now I’m pretty sure McCain will beat either of them. Obama is a complete joke. He will not win the general election. He is a radical leftist whose vision of America does not exist and should not exist. Just as European socialists are turning away from some of their failed ideas such as universal healthcare the radicals in the US want to embrace them. Obama wants to bomb Pakistan but would gladly meet with terrorist nations such as Syria and Iran. He would meet with the Communist Cuban regime with no conditions. Hmm, awesome.Just as I’ve said all along, neither Hillary nor Barack will pull out Iraq. Mr. Anti-War said he’d have the troops out within 90 days now he’s already flipped to withdrawing whenever the situation allows. How’s that different from the GOP? He’s a joke and an insult to our intelligence. I’m not afraid of either Obama or Clinton. McCain (with Nader) will beat either of them. That’s all.

    Posted by Jeff Wright | February 28, 2008, 12:17 am
  7. >I’ve actually decided to support Hillary. In TX, that is. 😉 Many Repubs down here have decided to vote in the Dem primary since its over on the GOP side. Pro: Hillary winning in TX and OH can possibly keep her campaign alive and keep the battle going among the Dems which is a good thing. Con: There may some other GOP candidates I might want to vote for down the line which I would not be able to do if I voted Dem. I’ll have check out that part of the equation but if conservatives are OK in the local races in my district then I’ll prob vote for Hillary. Let’s take it to the convention!

    Posted by Jeff Wright | February 28, 2008, 12:07 am
  8. >Man, wouldn’t you hate to wake up to her whining everyday for the rest of your life after she has lost the election?

    Posted by Mark Mathews | February 27, 2008, 6:45 pm
  9. >Politics aside, she just comes across as a nasty person to me. Obama just seemed to absorb every attack she threw at him. She’s done.

    Posted by J.Wizzle | February 27, 2008, 5:39 pm
  10. >Hillary has been toast for a while. She is now “burnt toast!”

    Posted by Mark Mathews | February 27, 2008, 5:37 pm
  11. >I think Hillary is finished and she is only going to get more shrill as she falls further. I thought it was funny, and typical, that she totally skirted the question on re-invading Iraq and then complained, saying that Obama hadn’t answered it.

    Posted by co_heir | February 27, 2008, 4:30 pm

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