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Friday, February 08, 2008

Calling Cincinnati Clinton fans

From the Hillary Clinton campaign:


With Hillary Clinton's impressive Super Tuesday results, all eyes are now on Ohio.

Top Clinton staff from around the country are now on the ground here, and are putting together the plan that will deliver a resounding victory on March 4.

With our new marching orders, we need ALL INTERESTED CLINTON VOLUNTEERS to attend a critical organizational meeting this Saturday. Here we will lay out our victory strategy and your role in it. We will need your energetic participation every step of the way.

We will be meeting:

Saturday, February 9
10:00 am
Vernon Manor Hotel - The Oak Room
400 Oak Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219

Directions:71 South to the William Howard Taft exit, right on Reading Road, left on Oak Street.
71 North to Reading Road exit, stay on Reading Road for 6 lights, at 6th light turn left on Oak Street.

Please call friends, neighbors and other potential supporters and bring them to the meeting as well. See you Saturday!

Sincerely, Roxanne Qualls, David Pepper, John Cranley, Thomas Luken, Catherine Barrett

p.s. if you absolutely can not attend, but want to take part in the campaign or learn more, please email us at: swohio4hillary@gmail.com


at 10:49 AM, February 08, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

More Repugnicant Enron-omical money scams

Is anyone in that political party honest or competent anymore?

At least this scandal doesn't involve the sexual exploitation of children


at 1:38 PM, February 08, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Barack Obama '08!

at 1:48 PM, February 08, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's a group!!! Now I know i'm for Obama.

at 2:07 PM, February 08, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is Jim Parker endorsing? If he shows up, then I might, too.

at 3:04 PM, February 08, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

what we all really wanna see and have is for Hill and Bar come to this area..and have a nice campaign rally for all us "real" people..not refuse to talk to us, only in upper income type hotels, with big bucks donors only types welcome...

Can we all say together now boys and girls..the real world?


Handicapped Accessible?

Plenty of Free and Easy Parking?

Nice Security details for the public?

at 6:31 PM, February 08, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ill be there with my Mondale button!

at 9:31 PM, February 09, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

How come Stanley and his Federal-judge wife (thanks, Slick!) isn't hosting this???

at 1:38 PM, February 10, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is turning out to be such a weird "Election Year." We now are going to have to choose as our Head of State, the Commander and Chief --from these three: "Old Grandad" McCain or (you pick'em): the guy who was the "New Sheriff" in Blazing Saddles or Hillary Clinton....politically speaking, nothing more than a pale imitation of Bill--.

I will probably wind up voting for Hillary, but why can't we just amend the 22nd Amendment and get the "real thing" back? -- Bill Clinton. Even Barack Obama admitted that he is the only person qualified to be President "from Day One."

Perhaps something interesting will happen before the national party conventions: Bloomberg and/or Gore will enter the race. Former Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey would have made a great candidate....but he didn't put his name forward.

PS - Looks like Luken and Son can't get together on this either..isn't Charlie supporting Senator Obama?

at 12:30 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obama is an empty suit, full of empty promises, and has a taste for nose candy.

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