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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by kbot » 10-09-2015 03:59 AM

Of course she has a brain, and its telling her to shift the views she held for years in order to win over more voters - as she did again the other day. In the past, people called it "flip-flopping"..........
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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by Doka » 10-09-2015 08:15 AM

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Doka wrote:I heard or read someone saying that "if her brain was sitting in a jar in the oval office, they would still vote for her". Loyal, suicidal people are hard to dissuade .
Think its is fair to say that there is a group of people who have just dug-in their heels and nothing will sway their opinion.

I'm still holding out for Sanders myself..... :D
I'm sure Sander's is a nice guy and honest "Socialist" , but it sounds like no one has learned a thing? He has got a trillion or 2 worth of free stuff, for the people on his agenda, cool, but where is the money coming from? If we want to continue on the same path we are already on it's great. But, when does, "free stuff" become too expensive for the people? When your taxes are so high, that you don't have a dime to buy a dollar news paper? I am always amused, when people clammer for their"free stuff" and get poorer and poorer, the government and the rich get richer. And no body can under stand that they voted for our own poverty,and lack of freedom. :confused:

If we don't want to become like the former Soviet Union, we had better start voting for some drastic changes, going Up instead of down. :evilpengu
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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by kbot » 10-09-2015 11:42 AM

I hear what you're saying Doka, but, unlike Hillary, I believe that Sanders' concern for the poor and middle class is based on his life's views. With Hillary, I dunno, to me, it's politics - whatever it takes to win. I hear Hillary suddenly finding that she thinks the latest Free Trade agreement is bad for the poor and middle class, but my view is that its more of a case where she's recognized that she's losing votes and is just trying to make herself look better in the eyes of the voter. I doubt Sanders will win, but I think that he'd prefer jobs here at home rather than a socialist giveaway. I find Hillary too wedded to the large corporations to do anything that will derail their support. Sanders gets most of his funding from individuals......
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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by Riddick » 10-09-2015 04:38 PM

kbot wrote:Of course she has a brain, and its telling her to shift the views she held for years in order to win over more voters - as she did again the other day. In the past, people called it "flip-flopping"..........
Well, that figures. Not only does she have the standard female's prerogotive of changing her mind, she has as good an excuse as someone with a mass of peanutty gray matter can have...with it just rattling back and forth, loose like it is, it's not very likely any sort of stand on an issue is gonna solidify and set up permanent residence in her brain.

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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by Doka » 10-09-2015 07:21 PM

kbot wrote:I hear what you're saying Doka, but, unlike Hillary, I believe that Sanders' concern for the poor and middle class is based on his life's views. With Hillary, I dunno, to me, it's politics - whatever it takes to win. I hear Hillary suddenly finding that she thinks the latest Free Trade agreement is bad for the poor and middle class, but my view is that its more of a case where she's recognized that she's losing votes and is just trying to make herself look better in the eyes of the voter. I doubt Sanders will win, but I think that he'd prefer jobs here at home rather than a socialist giveaway. I find Hillary too wedded to the large corporations to do anything that will derail their support. Sanders gets most of his funding from individuals......

I got to tell you, my fuse is getting short , so I apologize if I offend any one. The people have voted for 200+ years, with this "Touchy "Feely" crap and this is where we find our selves, we are in the throws of becoming an extremely Hi-Tek informational society, using "Cave Man" "Emotions" to make decisions on our political leaders and the doctrines they follow , It is the doctrines and policies that they follow, that should be what we look at and KNOW about, who the donors are, because that is where their allegiance is going to be. Not to the people who elected them, but the people who paid for them .

I would bet you that I can find a better candidate that suites my own beliefs of what I want( Every One to Prosper including ,Myself). Just by doing my due diligence and using some critical thinking. And never ever seeing them!

This is very important election, it is either going to make us better or descend further into a never dreamed of hell. A second or 200th chance may not be possible.
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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by kbot » 10-09-2015 08:20 PM

Totaly agree Doka, but I feel that the fix is already in - we're just invited along for the ride ---------- and to clean-up the mess and be raked over the coals later on, of course!
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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by Doka » 10-11-2015 08:36 PM

Oh,Oh, It appears that "Bill's Girls" are having a coming out party.


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Hillary Clinton Won (But It Won’t Always Be This Way)

Post by Riddick » 10-15-2015 04:15 PM

The Democratic front-runner’s debate performance was as good as it was dishonest.

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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by Doka » 10-16-2015 09:01 AM

Didn't you just love how Barney turned over the nomination over to Hill? Really impressive, if you haven't watched the debate, do so. I got to tell you people, if you want more of the same, get out there and vote for it! Get that free stuff, ha!

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Democrats Against Hillary Clinton in 2016

Post by Riddick » 11-07-2015 04:41 PM

"It is clear now that we have two economies: one for a thin slice of educated elite and one for everyone else. That is the moment we are in now. So I ask you, does Hillary Clinton sound to you like the right person for this moment?

In a time when corporations have hijacked our politics enabling them to reap all the profit without feeling any compunction to do right by their workers, is someone who sat on the rabidly anti-union board of Walmart for six years the right person to restore worker’s rights?

In a time when we are still reeling from a global financial disaster brought on by foolhardy bank deregulation, is someone who recently took $400,000 to give two speeches at Goldman Sachs the person we need to wrest control of the asylum back from the banking inmates?

Keep in mind that at those paid speeches, Clinton wasn’t giving tough love to these masters of the universe. On the contrary, she said that “the banker-bashing…was unproductive and indeed foolish.” Of course, it was her husband, former President Bill Clinton, who did much of the deregulating that got us into trouble including ending the Glass-Steagall prohibitions on mixing traditional banking with speculative investment banking.

More to the point though, in a time when we badly need to be inspired, rallied, and made to believe that America can once again be true to the American dream, we desperately need someone who is mission driven. We need someone who is clearly passionate, who is living and breathing and feeling in their bones the plight of the worker and the middle class, and who is unafraid to stand up to the Wall Street titans. That person is not Hillary Clinton."
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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

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Why Young Women Are Rejecting Hillary
This election’s Democratic nomination process is showing that women cannot be treated as a distinct voting block, as Hillary Clinton’s candidacy brings an intergenerational feminist schism into public view. While many older women are thrilled to see a woman having a shot at the presidency during their lifetime, for many younger women, gender matters less. FULL STORY

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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by Riddick » 03-10-2016 06:23 AM

Clinton Says She Will Get The Lead Out
Of Water, Soil, And Paint Within 5 Years

Hillary taking the lead on lead?
That's funny I allus thot she tended to be behind big.
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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by fos » 03-10-2016 09:14 PM

That cartoon doesn't match, she wears pant suits for a reason....

// I heard or read someone saying that "if her brain was sitting in a jar in the oval office, they would still vote for her". Loyal, suicidal people are hard to dissuade .

It is scary that so many "voters" are blindly following the two parties front runners no matter what their failings.....

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Re: The Hillary Clinton Corner: All things Hillary

Post by Riddick » 03-11-2016 03:14 AM

fos wrote:That cartoon doesn't match, she wears pant suits for a reason....
Well, that's just it, anit? Pants suits don't accentuate the ol' "Clinton caboose" the way a dress does...
fos wrote:// I heard or read someone saying that "if her brain was sitting in a jar in the oval office, they would still vote for her". Loyal, suicidal people are hard to dissuade .

It is scary that so many "voters" are blindly following the two parties front runners no matter what their failings.....
Failings, AND abnormalities! Suit or dress folks'd HAVE to be blind not to see Hillary's put it all behind her. ;)

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