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Thursday, February 14, 2008

President Clinton to campaign in Ohio

From the Hillary Clinton campaign

President Clinton to Campaign for Hillary in Ohio

COLUMBUS, OH - The Ohio for Hillary campaign today announced that former President Bill Clinton will campaign for Hillary in Toledo, Canton, Steubenville, and Marietta, OH on Sunday, February 17.


at 3:45 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...


at 4:10 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hide the women and children!

...especially any female interns, nannies, and former Miss Americas.

at 4:31 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

PLEASE some ask Bill Clinton if his ties to Bush/Clinton/BCCI/Walmart Financier Jackson Stephens influenced his campaign promises to stop the East Liverpool Toxic Waste incinerator which with recent modifications now is handling anthrax, radioactive waste and post Katrina waste-even though it's located on a flood planin 1,100 feet from an elementary school!

This is a tangled tale of corporatism, broken promises and an environmental disaster waiting to happen.


at 4:49 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Vox Populi said...

Look everyone!!!

A real live Kos Kid liberal moonbat! See the beautiful tin foil hat plumage on his head? That's there to stop George W. Bush and the NSA from reading his traitorous, twisted thoughts.

It's rare to see Kos Kidz outside their natural habitat of the state of denial. They're an endangered species, after all.

at 6:57 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

as much as Bill loathes the military,I loathe him 10X more.

at 8:33 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

C'mon slick Willie will make a great First Gentleman.

at 8:38 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...


I'm for Obama but still like the Clinton. They evoke so much emotion from the right wing especially. I hope they do campaign here more if only to make many of you pee in your pants more often.

at 11:12 PM, February 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Self-admitted SEXUAL PREDATOR!!!!

Keep him out of my town!!

at 2:00 AM, February 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is our choice between two talented candidates Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Sen. Barack Hussein Obama. Good luck

at 2:26 AM, February 15, 2008 Blogger John said...

As a Republican-leaning independent, I will vote for Barack Obama if he is the Democratic nominee running against John McCain but I will not vote for Hillary Clinton.
A person's character is shaped and tested by their experiences which is why our next President's character should matter as much if not more than their experience.
1969 - While Barack Obama was being raised by a single mother and experiencing a life of racial and cultural diversity, Hillary Clinton was learning the art of triangulation and writing an admiring college thesis on Saul Alinsky whose fifth rule of political agitation was, "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon."
1979 - While Barack Obama was actively involved in the South African divestment movement to end apartheid, Hillary was reaping profits of almost 10,000% in the futures markets and leaving taxpayers with her real-estate losses in the Savings & Loan bailout.
1989 - While Barack Obama served as the Harvard Law Review's first black president in its 104 year history, Hillary Clinton then wife of the Arkansas governor was receiving payments from a law firm that was doing the state's business and receiving board of director payments from Wal-Mart where she remained silent about Wal-Mart's anti-labor union practices.
1999 - While Barack Obama was securing bipartisan support for health-care reform and passage of low-income tax credits and child care subsidies in the Illinois legislature, Hillary Clinton was urging her husband to bomb Yugoslavia and supporting his Iraq "regime change" policy in order to divert public attention from the president's marital, legal and ethical infidelities.
2007 - While Barack was promoting a restoration of balance between work and wealth and criticizing special interests for distorting U.S. tax codes, Hillary and her husband were liquidating their blind trust of the nearly $50 million amassed during their years in public office.
Hillary Clinton may be trying to spin the conversation in the direction the economy but where was all her infamous wisdom and foresight while Alan Greenspan was warning of irrational exuberance in the markets as the subprime housing loans were created and pandered during her husband's administration and her husband supported China's entry into the World Trade Organization without any conditions such as protecting the environment or labor and property rights to levels that are comparable to western standards.
Today China is not only a leading contributor to environmental pollution and global warming (thank you very much Mr. Nobel Laureate, Al Gore), it is also pushing up oil and other commodity prices, taking our jobs and stealing our intellectual property.
On the issues, Hillary Clinton's positions have always been based on amassing political power with the goal of being president. Like her husband, Hillary has no attachment to any position, no leadership qualities and no legal, ethical or moral compass to guide her. Also like her husband, she would need to rely on the polls to guide her to a position.
The Irrational Nineties decade like the Roaring Twenties, the decade that preceded the Great Depression, were a golden age for technology, scandal-plagued politicians, corporate greed, and unrestrained personal debt and speculation.
Barack Obama possesses the leadership, principles and visionary qualities of character needed to unite and not divide our country as the global economy teeters on the brink of economic meltdown not unlike the Great Depression.

at 8:21 AM, February 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Mr/Ms 6:57pm, Valentines Day:

Not everyone shares your opinion of "Bill O'DNC." You do have to admit that under President Bill Clinton, we had eight years of peace and prosperity. What have we had under "George Walker B" ??!!
A never-ending war, the near collapse of the dollar (the cause of the high oil prices), continued disintegration of our roads, bridges, highways......plant closures....job losses. Plus: (and never forget)......a never-ending war.
Hope you had a nice Valentines Day.

at 8:42 AM, February 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

vox populi call it what you like but if you actually read the diary you will find the information to be linked to actual sources as opposed to your blantant use of mockery without substance.

Who is in denial?

Are you one of the Clintonites who has lauded the Clinton's outstanding economy of the 90's? If so, spend some time and research the effects of NAFTA and his push with trade with China. Although they may have had short term positive effects for some, they lead to the outsourcing of middle class jobs and the tainted Chinese products that we are currently discovering.

His support of the Telecom Act of '96 lead to the media consolidation that helped turn the once watchdog media into lapdogs.

His support of banking mergers helped lead to current mortgage crisis that is effecting this nation.

It may be great to look at history with rose colored glasses but beware-there are consequences to policies that sometimes are not seen for many years.

at 8:46 AM, February 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

With Friends Like These ...
by Marin Cogan, Melanie Mason, and Barron YoungSmith

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Clintons' shadiest donors.

Post Date Monday, February 04, 2008

It's not that we expect politicians to have squeaky-clean donor lists. You try running for office without, at one point or another, taking money from someone you probably shouldn't. Even Barack Obama, Mr. Clean, has Tony Rezko. But the Frank Giustra-Kazakhstan-Uranium affair, blown open by The New York Times last week, serves as a reminder that the relationship between the Clintons and money has not always been lily-white. Here, a guide to the unsavory characters who have been associated with Bill and Hillary Clinton.



Take a look-it's qite a list!

We've incurred years of intense corruption. It's time for change and insiders like the Clintons are NOT THE ANSWER!

at 3:27 PM, February 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's more of us kossacks out here than you'd like to admit...

Be afraid, be very afraid because we're coming out of the woodworks from the grassroots up and taking Cincinasti by storm...


at 11:05 PM, February 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

"...We've incurred years of intense corruption. It's time for change... 8:46 AM, February 15, 2008"

Cooper said. "It is a smart move by the Clinton campaign . . . to try to get ahead of the issue and claim some leadership on double-checking fundraisers and activities.

"To seek permission to do criminal backgrounds indicates a willingness to take more responsibility for the personal actions of these big fundraisers out in the field and will bring extreme pressure on other candidates to more carefully monitor and control their fundraisers," he said.


It is amazing what the obama in HUSSEIN campaign is willing to do when they are down 21 points !

PATHETIC 'we can, pocket change', 'fairy tale' !



at 11:36 PM, February 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watch out Oakley

at 8:07 PM, February 17, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Enough Obama drama

Hillary has earned the right to become president

Get back on the bus, Barry

at 1:17 AM, February 18, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't mess with the Clintonistas. Just ask Vince Foster's widow.

at 1:28 AM, February 18, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Queen Hitlery Rodram Clinton and Barry Obama are a couple of unqualified hack politicians. I wouldn't trust either one of them to run a lemonade stand, let alone the USA.

at 2:52 PM, February 18, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bill is coming to town so hide all the women over 12 years old. Bill was mad about comments about his 27year old daughter, but he was White house diddling with younger interns than Chelsea and didn't care about their fathers.

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