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Old 03-31-2008, 05:57 PM   #21
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Politico.com article - Clinton didn't pay health insurance bills

Clinton didn't pay health insurance bills - Kenneth P. Vogel - Politico.com

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Among the debts reported this month by Hillary Rodham Clinton’s struggling presidential campaign, the $292,000 in unpaid Among the debts reported this month by Hillary Rodham Clinton’s struggling presidential campaign, the $292,000 in unpaid health insurance premiums for her campaign staff stands out.

Clinton, who is being pressured to end her campaign against Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination, has made her plan for universal health care a centerpiece of her agenda.
for her campaign staff stands out.

Clinton, who is being pressured to end her campaign against Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination, has made her plan for universal health care a centerpiece of her agenda.

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I guess this latest revelation says a lot about how Hillary and Bill run their campaign and how they treat those that work for them. If she is not taking care of these poor devils/campaign workers/staff then one has to wonder if she is going to follow thru on her campaign promises.

I wonder if Hillary was under intense sniper fire when she forgot to pay the health insurance premiums.

I just hope that they do not pull a fast one with the delegates.

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Old 03-31-2008, 09:35 PM   #22
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Look many are just sick of the Clintons, sick of the Bushes and want something different. As the days have gone on past the reverend wrights You tube infomercial I have a newfound respect for the guy. He sure did speak his mind! Look I have been in Black churches like his and have listened to this stuff over the past 20 years. It is not new. White Americans are well new to this stuff. Anyway, if Obama can end up with the nomination lets see who he runs with. McCain, yes a true hero but as I said before he is like the old farts that well are losing it up in the head. He might not be such a good pick.
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Look many are just sick of the Clintons, sick of the Bushes and want something different. As the days have gone on past the reverend wrights You tube infomercial I have a newfound respect for the guy. He sure did speak his mind! Look I have been in Black churches like his and have listened to this stuff over the past 20 years. It is not new. White Americans are well new to this stuff. Anyway, if Obama can end up with the nomination lets see who he runs with. McCain, yes a true hero but as I said before he is like the old farts that well are losing it up in the head. He might not be such a good pick.
McCain would be like having 4 or 8 more years of Old George W as far as the Iraq War. As far as economic policy it appears that he does not have one.

If Obama wins the nomination maybe he would pick somebody like Colin Powell to be his running mate. This would give the ticket the foreign policy and military experience that they say Obama lacks.

As for old farts Washington D.C is full of them and unfortunately most of them are seated at the table known as the U.S government.

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Old 04-01-2008, 07:07 AM   #24
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McCain would be like having 4 or 8 more years of Old George W as far as the Iraq War. As far as economic policy it appears that he does not have one.

If Obama wins the nomination maybe he would pick somebody like Colin Powell to be his running mate. This would give the ticket the foreign policy and military experience that they say Obama lacks.

As for old farts Washington D.C is full of them and unfortunately most of them are seated at the table known as the U.S government.

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Sometimes I just want to ignore it all, which I do most of the time. Travel, part time teaching, running 10 12 miles a day, drinking good booze its really all good. Our system of government is really odd. I would like something that when the party and or leaders screw up as they have we the people can call an election with a vote of no confidence and then do it in 60 days!!

Oh and the old farts, Lautenberg 84 YO in New Jersey is running AGAIN!!! Dole the old lady here in North Carolina who when she ran the american red cross let AIDS infected blood get into the system under her watch is running again. Ugh. Ya wonder why I go ballistic on some of my posts. Oh and the people of MA still continue to re elect Kennedy. Enough already!
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Great article by Stanley Crouch in the NY Daily News - Clinton antics will make Bill and Hil the next American Idles

Clinton antics will make Bill and Hil the next American Idles

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In the narrows of the idiot box, she seems to have fused in her very being the traits of self-pity and a sense of entitlement. The strategy is as common on the right as the left and, when not planned out, is usually called into play at moments of extraordinary panic.

That is the only explanation for the easily refuted lie Clinton told about traveling with her daughter into the Wild West dangers of Bosnia. Spooked by Obama's speech in Philadelphia, she and Bill must have decided that she had to bring the attention back to her by topping the Illinois senator in some way.

Obviously, the only trouble was that there were reporters and cameras with her in Bosnia, and the pilot who flew the plane carrying Hillary and Chelsea Clinton refuted her on every point! Then, wealthy campaign contributors took off the gloves and tried to bare-knuckle Nancy Pelosi, who was merely saying to the superdelegates that the nomination should go to the one with the most votes.

No way! said the Clinton people. They should vote for the person who has the best chance of beating John McCain.

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Bill Clinton defends wife's Bosnia remarks
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Bill Clinton defends wife's Bosnia remarks

Politico.com - Bill Clinton defends wife's Bosnia remarks

Bill Clinton defends wife's Bosnia remarks - Mike Allen - Politico.com

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Former President Bill Clinton gave a passionate defense Thursday of his wife’s claim about “landing under sniper fire” – just as the damaging controversy was dying down.

Bill Clinton said the news media treated her like she’d “robbed a bank” and claimed she was experiencing end-of-day fatigue, even though she had made the claim in morning speeches.

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Bill just won't let things go. It appears that Bill is doing more damage to Hillary's campaign then what McCain and Obama have done.

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