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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Chelsea Clinton in town tonight

From Sean Parker of SW Ohio for Hillary Clinton :

Chelsea Clinton will be in town tonight meeting with area young professionals.

Those interested in attending should meet at Sully's (700 Race St.) at 7:30 pm tonight.

Chelsea will be there, following a busy day of campaigning across the state, with events in Columbus, Delaware, and Dayton. Chelsea campaigns in Cleveland and Akron on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Chelsea's mom, Hillary, will be in Ohio tomorrow and Friday - but up north.

She's got rallies in Youngstown Thursday and Lyndhurst Friday.

What would you ask Chelsea? Tell us here


25 Comments:

at 8:56 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe Ron Paul supporters will turn out,yell his name on the sidewalk outside her event,and then she can put her foot down and tell'em to shut up.

 
at 9:24 AM, February 13, 2008 Blogger LadyofMtAiry said...

I think Chelsea has had to get used to rude Republican adolescent behavior since she was a child.
Telling them to "shut up" might not be a bad idea since
they seem to lack good judgment and self-control.

 
at 9:43 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice..shouldn't she be in Wisconsin proving that people, not delegates are what is important?

 
at 9:48 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm..meeting with "area young professionals"? What about meeting in over-the-rhine with area young working poor? Oh yeah, they can afford to donate, so they don't matter.

 
at 9:50 AM, February 13, 2008 Blogger Hades said...

What's going on with the Enquirer's comments. Gone one day and back another. I'd like to see an article on the subject. The NY Times doesn't seem to have any problems with theirs, which often make for great reading.

As to Clinton, I hope we can break free of party machines and the controls of big business and wealth. It's Obama for me.

 
at 9:52 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Carl. You said:

"She's got rallies in Youngstown Thursday and Lyndhurst Friday."

Should'nt that read:

"She has rallies in Youngstown Thursday and Lyndhurst Friday."

Our young professionals read this. Proper grammer would be setting a good example. "She's got"? Why not "shz gt"? That seems to be the way grammer is going these days.

 
at 10:10 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, Anonymous!

It's "grammar" not "grammer".

 
at 10:14 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shouldn't that be "grammar"?

 
at 10:30 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

dear ladyofmtairy...Chelsea need to look no further than her father as a prime example of rude behavior and lack of control...and who are those folks who pelt the Ann Coulter's of the world with cream pies and shout them down on college campuses?
Rude behavior from a Republican? Yeah...I guess not holding the door open for a lady could count or forgetting to put down the toilet seat.

 
at 10:40 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I think Chelsea has had to get used to rude Republican adolescent behavior since she was a child.
Telling them to "shut up" might not be a bad idea since
they seem to lack good judgment and self-control.". Written like a true Democrat. I am neither Republican or Democrat, but have noticed in my 50+ years that Dems like to "label", and "blanket stereotype" others, but if a Repub does it they are "mean spirited, racist, homophobic, evangelical, far-right", or in Hillary's case, she calls them "the right-wing conspiracy". Liberals have a deathwish for this country and they need to be reminded of it.

 
at 10:45 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous terry said...

I think it's great to have a daughter that is willing to put up with all the little snide remarks and hateful questions. I believe she tolerates everything well. Someone needs to try and help. Critising the Clintons Does not make it better . Obama has a lack of experience . why would you want that as president . He has spent his entire career running for an office . no experience no vote

 
at 10:53 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who cares where Hillary and Chelsea
are? As long as they are not in the
White House again !

 
at 11:09 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

No thanks. American Idol is on and that promises to be a lot more interesting.

 
at 11:11 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a great time of year. People hating on eachother when they dont even know the person. It went from the actual topic, "Chelsea Clinton in town," to correcting people with their grammar, did i spell that right? Hopefully. Are we gonna pull out some your momma jokes next?

 
at 12:41 PM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chelsea is a class act, especially after Shuster on MSNBC referred to her as being pimped out.
Anon 9:48- it's not a fundraiser, and when BO or his wife come to town they're not in OTR.

 
at 1:07 PM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

You guys are fighting and it's funny.

 
at 1:41 PM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, why is 949thesound.com playing this up so big ... with that huge red underlined headline on the front of the site taking up half the screen and three exclamation marks? I wonder who they're voting for ...

 
at 3:08 PM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

let there be no confusion as to the political leanings of David Schuster and the majority of on-air personalities @MSNBC...hard left DEMS.Hillary threatened to boycott the channel if "they" didn't issue an immediate apology.Somebody tell Mathews to curb his Obama-fetish..."a tingle going up my leg"...? unf-ingreal.

 
at 3:28 PM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

To all you Clinton/Obama supporters:
Are you going to be happy with your candidates when they impose mandatory deductions for national healthcare-even though you already have paid for it on your own? And to Obama people-he gives great speeches, but what leadership has he shown as a junior senator from the state of Illinois-aka-Dick Durban country. Need we say anymore?

 
at 3:46 PM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never count out the Clintons and the old guard democrat political machine. The Clintonistas have taken out numerous political opponents over the years. They practically invented modern slime politics.

 
at 5:06 PM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Am I the only person who thinks it improper that Sean Parker both pimps his CincyPAC meet and greet for District 2 Congressional Candidates AND his overt support for Clinton?

What's the point of pretending he is disinterested in D2?

 
at 11:41 PM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chelsea and her maternal grandmother both think Hillary would be a good President.

 
at 11:31 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonder how Bill and Hill would feel if some bigshot decided to "drop trough" for Chelsey like her daddy did so many times before!!
Can anyone really support a self admitted sexual predator to occupy the whitehouse for 4 more years???
Is this absolutely the best this nation has to offer??
Hillary is an enabler, never could have happened without her consent and or thirst for power at all costs!!

 
at 12:08 PM, February 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Team Clinton is a hollow shell and monied menace beholden to those who espouse her "agenda". Morally bankrupt, ethically challenged, and soooo last century.

Barack Obama 08
Be the Change

 
at 9:52 AM, February 19, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Barry Hussein O'Bama is an empty suit full of empty promises. I hope he beats Hitlery because he'll lose in the general election.

 
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