Re: For Those With Hillary Phobia


A year or so back I read an interview with Hillary, in which she stated she likes girls. However, that's not the reason I won't vote for her.
I won't vote for her becaus I do not consider her morally, ethically, or spiritually, suitable for the position. Then too, there's the fact that I do not consider her in any way actually qualified for the position either. I'm not thrilled with ANY of the so-called candidates, but I consider Hillary the worst. I had a very low opinion of Slick Willy before he got elected the first time, and that opinion when downhill from there, and my opinion of Hillary was pretty much the same.
IIRC she was to find a solution for health care in this country when her husband was elected. She blew it then and now she wants to run the country.
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Sun, Feb 3, 2008, 9:15pm (EST+5) snipped-for-privacy@swbell.net (Leon) doth sayeth: IIRC she was to find a solution for health care in this country when her husband was elected. She blew it then and now she wants to run the country.
Aren't you confusing her with Monica? Or possibly Hill just wants a turn with her. LOL At any rate, I have no confidence in, and certainly no respect for, Hillary. May the Gods take pity on us all if she gets in.
JOAT - who does not welcome thread question e-mails..
10 Out Of 10 Terrorists Prefer Hillary For President - Bumper Sticker I don't have a problem with a woman president - except for Hillary.
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J T wrote:

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NoOne N Particular wrote:

But depending upon who gets in, we are screwed worse than others. Right now, if McCain is the nominee, I'm not sure who is going to be the worst of the two; he might actually get things done, and given what he has expressed as his intentions of doing, that may be worse than a divisive Hillary. OTOH, if Hillary has the opportunity to appoint Supreme Court judges, we are screwed for generations in the future.
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okay for a husband to stick his willy wherever he wants as long as he has an important office.
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politicians do will be very bad for large majority of "the people" and the freedoms that we still have left. I think we would all be better off with a stalemate in congress. Do you think McCain will do any better with Supreme Court judges? He will just use that to try and "reach across the aisle" again. But look at who he reached out to. Lieberman?? Kennedy??? Come on now. If you are going to reach across the aisle why reach out the the most socialist democrats EVER? McCain just needs to stop lying to the people and admit he is a RINO (Republican In Name Only). He should probably even switch parties.
Having said that, the press has already selected Clinton and McCain as the two candidates, and already elected Clinton as pres so it doesn't matter what "we the people" want anyway.
Wayne
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Leon wrote:

I pretty much agree, I think Hillary is probably one of the worst candidates running, certainly the worst Democrat. I can't think of a single issue I actually agree with her on and I don't want her anywhere near the White House. Actually, I don't want *ANY* of them near the White House, but that's pretty normal.
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On Feb 4, 3:32am, Brian Henderson

I though Obama looked kind of interesting for a while, until he rolled our Oprah. WTF is SHE doing in this mix? Is she going to give everybody a car? Please come up here to Kanuckistan, Oprah, we all want to feel good too! Self righteous cow. Dr, Phil for Surgeon General WHOOPEEEEE. Tom Cruise Secretary Of The Interior? A tax break for Proctologists? Weeeeeeee
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On Feb 4, 1:32am, Brian Henderson

They're pretty much all a pack of 2-faced hypocrites who'll say anything to get elected. Romney may be one of the worst of the pack for speaking out of both sides of his mouth if the Arizona Republic is to be believed.
They published a chart in yesterday's paper outlining the candidates views on various subjects - Romney's changed wildly over time.
While running for various offices in Massachusetts, he was in favor of women's reproductive rights, now he wants to repeal Roe vs Wade.
Gay marriage? In Massachusetts he thought it was OK, now he backs a law defining marriage as between a man and a woman.
2nd Amendment rights? In Massachusetts he supported various weapons bans, in 2006 he joined the NRA.
Kinda hard to figure out where he stands on the issues - this guy is FLEXIBLE. When he talks about "change", could be he's just referring to himself.
That said, I agree, I'd have a hard time voting for any of those clowns for dogcatcher.
Jerry
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Jerry wrote:

At what point should a politicians vote reflect his own views or opinions vs what the public indeed wants.....Is there any doubt that all of those positions in Massachusetts reflect Massachusetts public view? I kind of think the public should have a voice......And it is the politicians job to carry it out......Rod
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Rod & Betty Jo wrote:

The politician's vote should reflect his own views because the people who elected him/her elected the person whose views most closely matched their own views. If that doesn't work, you get a Clinton administration that makes its decisions based upon the polls, that is not the way to run things. I want to elect someone with strong ideological positions so that I can trust them to do the right thing, even if there hasn't been time to conduct a poll to decide what the pollsters think the people want.
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On Mon, 04 Feb 2008 21:24:56 -0700, Mark & Juanita

Yep, and I think the framers of the Constitution would have agreed as well. I doubt the question would have ever come up at the time.
I wonder what the "founding fathers" would think about the professional politician class that has developed. Too bad they didn't include term limits in the original document.
Tom Veatch Wichita, KS USA
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