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"No matter what happens in this contest, I am honored to be here with Barack Obama."

- Hillary Clinton at the Democratic presidential debate in Austin on Thursday

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  1. emily says – reply to this


    101

    this is a ridiculous quote to choose from the debate. ridiculous. did you watch the debate? She was booed for her snarkyness.

    and how about in hillary's closing remarks where she plagiarizes a speech by Bill? maybe she should take a look at that youtube clip.

  2. hillary is the best choice says – reply to this


    102

    face it people, even if obama manages to make it to the white house threshold, you know there is some crazy kkk bastard out there who would love to snuff out a black muslim. he could be vp, then hillary could protect him….. HILLARY IN 2008!!!!

  3. HILLARY IS THE BEST CHOICE says – reply to this


    103

    FACE IT PEOPLE, YOU KNOW THERE IS SOME CRAZY KKK BASTARD WHO WOULD LOVE TO SNUFF OUT A BLACK MUSLIM IF HE MADE IT TO THE WHITE HOUSE…. HILLARY IN 2008 SHE COULD PROTECT HIM….

  4. b says – reply to this


    104

    the dude is just as arrogant as bush.

  5. TimeZone says – reply to this


    105

    Re: Sophie – Well said, Sophie. he has the confidence that comes from having gotten backing that Clinton had counted on, but he still has neither the substance nor the actual grit thatit will take to help this country come out of a dark time.

  6. Leslie says – reply to this


    106

    Well of course he's going to praise him. She looks like a monster from all other angles. Now she's going to play the "i'm a sweet lady" card. Can't wait to see her cry again… ugh…. that's haunted my dreams.

  7. Kayla says – reply to this


    107

    I'm glad you managed to find the one quote of the whole night that she was actually less than a bloodthirsty attack dog out for the kill.

  8. i know a lott says – reply to this


    108

    Correction….it is Democrat, not Democratic Presidential Debate. You call yourself a Democrat, not a Democratic.

  9. TOO LATE FOR MAMA LATINA. by Lauren says – reply to this


    109

    IT'S TOO LATE BITCH, YOUR CAREER IS OVER..YOU CAN GO TO CUBA NOW, AND BRING PAPA BILL WITH YOU.

  10. ? says – reply to this


    110

    Re: hillary is the best choice – i think they were both talking about the vote on the war in iraq not afganistan. yes everyone was for the afgan vote, not iraq they had nothing to do with it.

  11. jbonz says – reply to this


    111

    Translation: "Okay then, VICE President Hillary Clinton (-Goddamit!)"

  12. SexyNdaCity says – reply to this


    112

    CHANGE!!!
    Obama is doing it,baby. I had a dream about him last night. Obama and my friends were jumping in the car to go to a club.

  13. classc1 says – reply to this


    113

    Hillary is so full of shit. She only said that to save her hide in the event that she loses the nod. Remember, there's always 2012. Also…possibly a VP spot. You can accuse Hillary of many things, but being dumb is surely not one of them. Oh yeah…the boos from the crowd did not help.

    That last answer of hers was acting at it's best. Forget Clooney and company…give this chick an Academy Award!!! I was not surprised to see this morning that she lifted that last answer from John Edwards and her husband. I knew that that answer was far from spontaneous and was canned when I heard it.

    All I can say is that if Obama does get the nod, he had better NOT pick her!!! I want Edwards or Biden, but I do not want to see Hillary on the ticket.

    Also, whomever said that Obama did not congratulate her at the start is full of it. He most certainly did. SHE was the candidate that lacks the basic grace to congratualte the winning candidate. I bet she lives and die by "The Art of War"…never concede defeat…right Hillary? LOL

  14. CLosebutNo.. says – reply to this


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    Obama can't come up with anything on his own… He claims he's one of the only Senators to vote against the war in Iraq. Well I look at it this way, he either didn't want to rage war against his Muslim brothers or he is unable to pull the trigger in a time of conflict. WHAT IF back in 2002-3 Bush was right about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq?? Obama wouldn't of done anything about it and Isreal would be history by now. Not to mention what could of happened to the U.S.A. The American people however in this day and age feel they have been abused by Pres. Bush , and now they are picking a President who is the exact opposite of Bush, very dangerous. This is a pivital time in our country and picking someone for President, because he makes pretty speeches, is irresponsible on our part. Any of you history buffs out there will remember how back in the 1930's what and how Hitler came into power, he used hatred and blame to go after the Jews, Catholics and Blacks. He would get the masses so pissed off that judgement was clouded. Thats what is happening now , our judgement is clouded. This is a very dangerous time for our country and we are going to shoot ourselves in the foot out of outrage. We must be very, very cautious who we elect as our President ..

  15. ? says – reply to this


    115

    Re: LuvPerez – Assuming that Obama supporters are stupid unintelligent followers who know nothing about politics is ridiculous. Obama draws a strong force of college students who go to top universities and can spot an ad-hominem argument in any situation, whether it is from you or Mrs. Clinton.

  16. Hillary Was AWESOME says – reply to this


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    Hillary Clinton IS a lady and a Very Admirable one. It may be too late and maybe we'll get a surprise and maybe not But my Vote is still for this INCREDIBLE WOMAN whom makes America proud.

  17. witch says – reply to this


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    At the end, when she spoke of the wounded vets. I'm screaming at the t.v saying that Hillary, " you voted for those young people to die". this woman need to get real with herself, really!!

  18. santiago says – reply to this


    118

    she must think she is gonna lose if she is playing nice all of a sudden.

  19. felixthedeadcat says – reply to this


    119

    she should be honored, she is standing next to the next president of the f**king united states!

  20. hillary is the best choice says – reply to this


    120

    Re: ? – just because someone goes to college doesn't make them smart or intelligent.. just makes them lucky….

  21. hillary is the best choice says – reply to this


    121

    Re: ? – just because someone goes to college or a university it doesn't mean they are smart, just means they are lucky…

  22. GO HILLARY!!!!!!! says – reply to this


    122

    JUST SAY NO TO OPRAH!

  23. Keli says – reply to this


    123

    Don't you guys realize that this is part of her tactics to gain voters??? By coming off as this nice and genuine person, she is hoping it will help her gain voters (since she has come off kind of cold throughout the campaigning). Open your eyes, people. I really think Hillary knows that Barack is absolutely kicking her ass and she is trying to butter him up too (probably in hopes of being his Vice President). Ahhh, she's so predictable…

  24. perezme says – reply to this


    124

    Re: Hillary Was AWESOME
    I love you..and I love her.

  25. DON'T LET OPRAH TELL US WHO ARE NEXT PRESIDENT IS! says – reply to this


    125
  26. classc1 says – reply to this


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    Re: Hillary Was AWESOME

    You know what. I will agree with you on several counts. None of us know how this is going to turn out. I am an Obama supporter, but having been a Bill Clinton fan and Hillary Clinton supporter up until about two months ago when Bill friggin lost his mind in South Carolina, I know that you can't count her out just yet. There is a week and a half until the Texas and Ohio primaries which is a life-tme in politics. So, those of us who support Obama, do not take a thing for granted. Not a thing. We must work just as hard, and get out the vote and his message. This thing could turn on a dime. Seriously.

    I also recognize that Hillary is an amazing woman on many fronts. That is a fact. IMHO, both her and Obama are simply two extraordinary people. When you look at what both of these people have accomplished from early on, thiers is not a story of ordinary people. I donot know many people who are as smart as either of them or have taken the path that each has been on. This is a far cry from the Kerry and Mondale days. Either candidate will make hstory. We Democrats have a lot to be proud of. Whether one or the other is our candidate, whether we think one or the other is equipped to run our country, I hope that we as Democrats can at least agree that they are both rather extraordinary iindividuals.

  27. LATINOS FOR OBAMA says – reply to this


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    That's right Perez! I thought the debate last night was a really good one. Both candidates delivered in a way that got their major points across and revealed few, but stark differences. Being an Obama supporter, I already knew his stance on most major issues, but it was very nice to hear him explain in specific details his take on healthcare (his example of Mass. was awesome), the economy, foreign policy and immigration (he swayed so many Mexican Americans with this one!!).

    Hillary did awesome on a lot of questions too, and her stance and poise revealed excellent leadership skills. I had given her very high marks on her ending speech until I learned that it was lifted from John Edwards and Bill Clinton though! Learning that the best point she made in the entire debate - the last 2 minutes - was NOT genuine or heartfelt, but actually a PLAGIARIZED PHRASE SHE STOLE FROM JOHN EDWARDS…made her lose those precious points. I do hope it is an Obama/Clinto ticket though- we need the both of them!

  28. MEET VICKY says – reply to this


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    Re: classc1
    SIGNED: JOHN MC CAIN
    GO HILLARY
    GO
    I'M DONE
    GOODBYE
    YOU PEOPLE DIDN'T WANT ANOTHER 100 YRS. OF WAR ANYWAY.

  29. Ryan says – reply to this


    129

    Why does everyone support Obama, wtf?! If he was elected into office I'm more then positive he would be looking around for a half an hour saying "Uhhhh?" and then probably snort some coke (STRAIGHT FROM CUBA NO LESS! Obama as president has to have -quality- )

  30. velissa says – reply to this


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    bullshit. Out of all the quotes to put on here, you put that?

    The debate was interesting. Clear binary was set between the senators. Hillary made a fool of herself and looked desperate. Barack was actually a gentleman through and through.

    I was very dissappointed in her. We can see how each of them will approach running America and the world. Hillary is just too damn harsh.

  31. OPENEYE says – reply to this


    131

    BLACKS CANT HANDLE POWER…….LOOK AT THE RAP INDUSTRY

  32. DON'T GIVE UP ON HILLARY! says – reply to this


    132

    IF ANYONE CAN COME BACK AND WIN THIS IT'S HILLARY!

  33. jimmyjazz says – reply to this


    133

    I will vote for hillary, but I will fuck Obama's asshole. Wait, no,
    that was willy wonka. whatever, I'm high.

  34. Ida says – reply to this


    134

    For those who are voting for a man with no experience and no track record…I really don't understand it…when all is said and done ifhe gets elected you will see mistakes after mistakes he will make…He will not be respectedin the global community….Someone else will pulling his chain..trust me he is a big mistake….

  35. HILLARY PLAGERIZED LAST NIGHT!! says – reply to this


    135

    Get ready for the CLINTON wall to totally come down and crumble!! Hillary TOTALLY STOLE her ending of last night's debates from Bill Clinton (late '90s when he was running for his second term as pres) AND John Edwars (from last year). THe newspapers are going to be all over this by the end of the day! And she accused him of "XEROX" speeches. Is her campaighn camp stupid or what? And did you guys read today's headlines about how poorly her campaign's finances have been managed? Ready on day one my ass. Hillary and McCain are getting slammed- Go OBAMA!!!

  36. ? says – reply to this


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    Re: hillary is the best choice – True. But not lucky (is this comment was money wise) i'm graduating with almost 1$/4 million in debt. getting into college in fact doesn't make you smart, but we could atleast say "book smart" and therefore have a grasp on politics and how the economy functions. i just thought your comment was unfair. Some might be voting for Obama because it is "popular" but just the same there are some who are voting for Hillary because of Bill. We don't need to be seperating the democratic party or even republicans and democrats. But just a random offering of insight, being that I was born in raised in south Texas. Texas could truly care less what happens the next 4 yrs, we get gov't grants any day, everyday eitherway no matter whose in office. We've enjoyed some of the cheapest gas in the United States. This is definetly not right and its unfortunate that this is partially in Texas' red hands. But word of caution - i've heard of several republicans in Texans who, because of how our election functions- we don't register with a party, will vote for Obama on March 4th to block out Hillary.

  37. mdg650hawk says – reply to this


    137

    She's losing. Get over it. Back a winner Obama. '08

  38. Flowerbomb says – reply to this


    138

    I'm still waiting for Obama or any of you blind followers to explain what change he is speaking of….change can mean anything and it doesn't necessarily mean good. Why is one little word, which could mean a myriad of things, so seductive to people. It's alarming that no one questions this.

  39. RKO says – reply to this


    139

    Check out the headlines on her campaign spending….looks like she spent the $500 Perez gave her on Dunkin' Donuts!

  40. give me a break says – reply to this


    140

    That statement made me realize how freakin' fake she is.. Pick a better quote perez…

  41. jenna says – reply to this


    141

    GO OBAMA

    GO OBAMAGO OBAMA

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  42. Hayworth Honey says – reply to this


    142

    "Together we stand, divided we fall" - you've got it right there perezzers.

  43. sharter says – reply to this


    143

    She stole that quote from John Edwards,….right before he stepped out of the race! Obama '08!

  44. INTHE KNOW says – reply to this


    144

    Liked OBAMA until he revealed his tax plan..TOTALLY sucks. Hillary's is better and maybe John McCains the best *shudder*

  45. ? says – reply to this


    145

    both sides really need to let go of this "copy cat" thing; there are more important topics than whether or not people are copying others or being inspired by them. We're all grasping at straws.

  46. hillary is the best choice says – reply to this


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    Re: ? – the united states no matter what state you live in, is corrupt and greedy in one way or another. but truly out of what we have to pick, hillary is the best choice because of her experience. mccain would just as soon let bush put his hand up his ass and play with him, and like i said before, obama is just NOT READY.

  47. luv obama says – reply to this


    147

    you obviously didn't watch the debate !! She was a total bitch until the end !! he was so classy - and I agreed with everything he said –especially the part about meeting with leaders of other countries even though we don't agree with them –America can be respected again with Obama as President — and by the way –he has always been kind to Hillary –he doesn't sink to mudslinging remarks like the bitch does ! I did like her statement at the end however - I think she is facing the truth and I'm sure it's hard for her –they talked about Cuba perez !! That's why I know you didn't watch –you had nothing to say about that !! Also I thought she was disrespectful to the Hispanic questioner –she wouldn't answer his questions but insisted on spouting off -

  48. sara says – reply to this


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    i understand why people like obama as a person but he has very little experience which scares me. we are a society that is very fad orientated and that's why i feel people are all about obama. if people really look deep into the issues and obama's experience they would see that hilary would be the better candidate.

  49. emmanuel ray says – reply to this


    149

    Hillary is a sweet heart thats why she will be the best Prez…i cant wait

  50. sensitivity says – reply to this


    150

    I was told Osama droped a full load on Hilary's chin while Wild ill was watching !!

  51. TI says – reply to this


    151

    Hillary got booed only once and it was mild at best. It was inevitable it was going to happen - Obama fans couldn't wait to boo. But there was very little to boo her on. Hillary showed much class last night and just when everyone thought she was going to play dirty, she did not. She knows the odds are stacked against her. What's scary is is that it seems people are more concerned about making this election an historical event as opposed to picking the right person for president. Hillary clearly has the knowledge and experience to lead our country. She is the real deal, she is for the people. I was deeply moved by her ending speech last night. It's a shame people can't see that and instead are jumping on the hype bandwagon.

  52. ???????????? says – reply to this


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    I am personally a Mccain Supporter, but I don't understand what the democrats are doing. I don't really care for Hillary, but she is way more qualified than Obama. I just think Hillary has a lot more experience in Politics than Obama. I even saw an interview on MSNBC where an Obama supporter could not name one political achievement of Obama. If Obama wins the nomination, the republicans will rip him apart in the General Election on his lack of experience and the democrats won't be able to smear Mccain too bad, because lets face it, he is an independent disguised as a republican, who does works well with both parties. Obama's record in the US senate shows him to be a democrat party loyalist, which would be an indication he would not be able to work well with the republicans.

  53. hillary is the best choice says – reply to this


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    Re: TI – amen! thank you!

  54. Someone needs a timeout says – reply to this


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    Barack had the lucky advantage of responding to each question after HRC had her chance, and what I noticed is that he did very little thinking on his feet. Mostly he just agreed with what she said & added things she may have forgotten, because she was the one on the spot, answering first.I don't think there was a clear winner in the debate. I heard what I've heard throughout this entire primary campaign, positive remarks & snarky jabs from both candidates. "Silly season?" Any Obama supporter that refusus to recognize that for the snarky, passive aggressive remark that it was is just way too imbibed in the hype.

  55. jen says – reply to this


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    Re: CLosebutNo.. – I sincerely hope many people read what you wrote and really think about it. you are so right, and the obama bandwagon is such a scary thing. very well said.

  56. IL Chic says – reply to this


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    OBAMA '08

    Illinoisan here to say, Obama is THE BEST choice to lead this country.

  57. I Love Hillary says – reply to this


    157

    Clearly, we all only heard what we wanted to hear.

  58. teenieweenie says – reply to this


    158

    I wanna be your vp - pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze

  59. Margarita says – reply to this


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    To: All Obama Supporters
    I'd like you to know that people around the world are laughing at Americans. They think Americans are so obsessed with "celebrity" that they can't even stop for a minute and look at substance. You are acting like sheep blindly following a man who people in politics outside of this country see as a "lightweight." They can't believe that Americans are giving their time to someone who has not been tested, has little experience working inside of Washington, and has avoided voting on key issues. This is no different from those who follow Oprah blindly even when she has subtly spewed all sorts of racist messages. It's this blind faith that is going to keep America at a standstill. It's very reminiscent of the blind faith and hope we had in President Bush.

  60. Margarita says – reply to this


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    To: All Obama Supporters
    I'd like you to know that people around the world are laughing at Americans. They think Americans are so obsessed with "celebrity" that they can't even stop for a minute and look at substance. You are acting like sheep blindly following a man who people in politics outside of this country see as a "lightweight." They can't believe that Americans are giving their time to someone who has not been tested, has little experience working inside of Washington, and has avoided voting on key issues. This is no different from those who follow Oprah blindly even when she has subtly spewed all sorts of racist messages. It's this blind faith that is going to keep America at a standstill. It's very reminiscent of the blind faith and hope we had in President Bush.

  61. troy says – reply to this


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    i hope hillary wins. speaking as a canadian it amazes me how your media sways public judgement. Even when hillary was winning she was losing. Obama is a good guy but the united states is in a mess. I am not a president of anything and it took me two month to figure out my simple job….it is going to take him his first four years. Lets also be honest, United States is in so much debt right now half of the promises being made wiill never have a a way of being funded. I don't understand why universal health care is so hard to get when usa is suppose to be the super power. Every person in canada has free health care…..never would any canadians have to pay for any treatments, visits or hospital stays. Everyone is also forgetting that hilliary is also a movement…the first woman president….i don't see racial lines but what i do know is that a man is a man….lets hope that america is ready for a change and vots for hillary

  62. Huckabee says – reply to this


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    Huckabee to the rescue!!! The candidates to beat in 08 will be the Huckabee/Mccain ticket! The Democrats are losers and will never return to office in this century, mark my words!!! So vote Huckabee and be on the winning side for a change!! Vote Huckabee!
    Vote Huckabee!
    Vote Huckabee!

  63. RJII says – reply to this


    163

    SHE GOT BOOOED. HA HAAA

    OBAMA 08

  64. dana says – reply to this


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    did you notice that she never looked at him when she talked to him. she's done with.

  65. Joe says – reply to this


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    yeah. She says that right after she slams Obama during one of her speeches. She keeps on trying to take all these attacks on Obama but everyone seems to concentrate on when Hillary says "I think he is a great guy" or some shit like that after making personal attacks on him time and time again.

  66. The Spirits of Barbara Jordan and Ann Richards say "Vote Hillary 2008!" says – reply to this


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    The reason Barack Obama will not agree to weekly debates with Hillary is evidenced by his bumbling performance last night. I can't understand what all the fuss is about! Nothing solid, definitive or directional comes out of his mouth. It's rhetoric, repeating questions as answers and god help us all if he is in office as president. All you haters, I will say this about Hillary as president: she's got your back come January 2009. For Barack, I think he'd be too trial by fire and we don't need another trial by fire president. We have had training wheels on Bush 43 and we don't need any more of that. Hillary was brilliant last night — she has real plans, ideas, a sense of direction. Come on Ohio, Texas and all y'all who are left to vote. GET IT RIGHT!!! Hillary 2008. The rest is all marshmallow talk from a smooth muthafucker.

  67. Tmack says – reply to this


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    MADONNA shouldn't even vote, she left this damn country to be a brit. But anywho, she's good friends with Chelsea, she's not voting for Clinton's policies that's for sure.

  68. candace says – reply to this


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    she's finally admitting DEFEAT!!!

    I can't wait to vote for OBAMA!!!

  69. Hillary Smoked Him! says – reply to this


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    Re: Someone needs a timeout – You are absolutely right! Thank you for pointing this out. I couldn't agree with your comments more. Well said.

  70. Flowerbomb says – reply to this


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    Re: sara – I don't understand why people like him as a person. Everyone is afraid to go after him because he is black and will pull the race card. He thinks he is untouchable because of the color of his skin. Is that the kind of person you want in office? SCARY.

  71. tmack says – reply to this


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    Re: hillary is the best choice – Democracy only works when people are informed of the issues. Hillary and Everyone else in this country who supported the war were MISINFORMED on 9-11. Their consent was manufactured, because they didn't know what they were supporting to begin with. That's why people are against the war now, because they know. The evidence was out there that 9-11 had nothing to do with Iraq, but Americans and MRS. Clinton didn't take the time to interpret that info and THINK for themselves. Sen. Clinton went with the trend of the moment, rather than taking the time to actually make an effective informed decision. AND YOU WANT HER TO BE PRESIDENT?

  72. Change you Can Xerox says – reply to this


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    Love her or hate her, that was a brilliant line. And a 100% true. He lifted *with permissions — hee hee* bunches of passages from his friend, not a word or two. Having permission to do so just make it that much more juvenille. You have speech writers! Have them write your own speech! Hillary, I love you. See you in November.

  73. Jamie says – reply to this


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    Re: sarahbears – Gay rights is a non-issue in this election. And no, it's not too late for Hillary. You're a tard.

  74. socalguy says – reply to this


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    Candsy, obviously on drugs, said: "35 years of experience, she knows how to lead a country"

    WTF?? 35 years of experience doing what? Being the wife of a politician is not experience, and until 2000 that's all she was. She only has 8 years of experience being a senator and she sure has fucked that up. How does she know how to lead a country? She only got elected to the senate because her husband pardoned murdering terrorists. God, people who come to this site are so stupid.

  75. fsdgsdfg says – reply to this


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    HILARY CLINTON IS THE BEST, OBAMA IS A RACIST PIG

  76. So Cal Guy: Less Meat, More Filler says – reply to this


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    Re: socalguy – You're a fucking, misinformed retard. Do your homework on Hillary's life and life's work before spouting off. Even Rumer Willis is smarter than you.

  77. Go Back To Sleep says – reply to this


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    Hillary is a Republican in Democratic clothing. I am considered old in America at 50, and I have lived through many presidents. I was not spoon fed delirium like the current president does to the average American, and we do not need any more of this type of "experience" that Billary has so many years of that she wants to offer us! She has no further plans for America, she can not save herself from herself.
    Barry is eloquent, he was given permission to quote his friend. Billary plagerized her husband's words during the closing of the debate last night. Billary truly is a dishonest politician, remember their scandals to make money from Whitewater, their friend died in prison, and anybody who got in their way were eliminated.
    America is already down the toilet, and Billary is perpetuating the problems we have here.
    Her experience is corrupt experience!!!

  78. christina says – reply to this


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    She should be honored!! Im glad they (for the most part) seemed friendly this time!

    OBAMA 08!!!!!!

  79. Jack says – reply to this


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    Can't we just focus on whats wrong with our country and how we are gonna fix it?

  80. marcy says – reply to this


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    i think you forgot to mention how at first she was just insulting him and he told her “What we shouldn’t be spending time doing is tearing each other down. We should be spending time lifting the country up.”

    you are so damn biased. i dont think you should even be getting involved with politics.. you know your influence with people and sometimes i think you are just full of shit.

  81. HILLARY IS THE BEST CHOICE says – reply to this


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    Re: tmack – do you really think that bush gave a shit if we all would have said wait, lets take time to sift through everything and make an informed decision? he was going to do whatever he wanted regardless. mccain will just let this godforsaken war continue and barack will crumble under the pressures of presidency. everyone says that hillary is a bitch and is mean, do we really want someone weak in the oval office? oh and hell yeah i want HILLARY FOR PRES!!!

  82. Darnell says – reply to this


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    Hillary sucks and is guilty of what she accuses Barack of doing. Her speeches are more ripped off than his are — and she doesn't have permission to use the people's words, either. Deval Patrick, a friend of Obama, asked him to use parts of his speeches..

  83. Marie says – reply to this


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    Liar, liar pants on fire!!! I wonder how much it hurt Billary saying that. It must have killed her.

  84. Stay Awake America says – reply to this


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    Billary does not have the country's best interest in her cold heart. Only dollar signs. She is obviously desperate and will find anything negative to fling out toward Barry, just like an angry primate. She is so pathetic, bitchy gross, no wonder Bill kept so many other women. Who would want to wake up to that?

  85. Don't like Barack Hussein Obama. What a Name for a President says – reply to this


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    Ha! I thought her joke about the xerox change was really funny. She is the best.
    There is a saying that anything happening is 5% of what is really happening and the rest 95% is what we make out of it. People are delusional for clinging on to every single word Obama says. Keep in mind, he is a lawer, and those suckers know what to say and how to say it. He is playing a very safe game, gives a few punch lines and people are stupid for following the buzz. He is a great speaker, but nothing else. People you will be sorry if you vote for him.

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    You obviously didn't watch the debate. She may say that, but she did her very best to tear him down on mute issues. After all, words are just words, Hillary.

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    I JUST SAW RYAN PHILLIPE (PEOPLE.COM) WITH A T-SHIRT ON WITH OBAMA PIC ON IT….PRINTED IS THE WORD ON OBAMA PIC…PROGRESS….

    OBAMA = PROGRESS…SUCK IT UP RACIST!

    OBAMA IS THE ONLY POLITICAN WHO DOES A CLEAN AND HONEST CAMPAIGN…FUCK THE HATERS….

    AND ALL PPL WHO IS TALKING ABOUT EXPERIENCE OR HIS MISSION OR WHTVR…IT OBVIOUS OBAMA IS A MAN OF ACTIONS AND NOT WORDS…HE IS NOT WHISPERING SWEET NOTHINGS..HE IS GOING TO DO EVERYTHING…WAIT TIL HE GETS IN THE WHITE HOUSE AND YOU WILL SEE CHANGE….

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    Too bad this whole nomination process has been turned into a popularity contest. The media did the same thing with George W. Bush, asking people, "Which candidate would you rather have a beer with?" Hillary never had a chance since the first debate on NBC with Tim Russert and Brian Williams. They all encouraged Barack Obama and John Edwards to attack her if they wanted to win. So they did and so did the moderators of the debate. This has been continuing ever since. She has been overly scrutinized by the media and by the other Democratic candidates, yet she has stood strong because she is a fighter. If she loses, she loses. That does not mean I will not stop admiring her or her will. That also does not mean that I and a lot of her supporters will be supporting Obama in the general election. All this hate and animosity may soon come back to bite them in the end.

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    Billary were lawyers too.

  90. Meme says – reply to this


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    Perez, I am ashamed of you for selling out. But come to think of it, you're a perfect patsy for Hilary Clinton. She sold out too.

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    Re: MbyM – you are so right. the media has done everything it can to screw hillary over. they have put osama, i mean obama on a pedestal and have influenced the gullible american public.

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    Right now there is a lot of positive hype surrounding Barack Obama. If he becomes the Democratic nominee, his character will be subject to extreme analysis & "character assination" attempts. He'll probably sustain them for a while, but in time, if the veneer starts to fade, will this country drown in the disillusionment & will the youth of today become the cynics of tomorrow?
    BTW, I've been following closely, and while I think the Clinton comments reguarding MLK were unfortunate, I don't think they were intended with any more malevolence than Michell Obama intended when she said this is the first time she's been proud of her country. The haters are spinning both comments out of context to suit their agendas, just like Clinton AND OBAMA are misrepresenting McCain's "100 years in Iraq" speech. It's a game, and Obama plays it just as well as (maybe even frighteningly better than) the rest of them.
    "Hope, Change, Yes We Can…" Same old bullshit.

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    She is all class.
    Hillary '08!

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    i knew she would pull that bs at the end of the debate. hopefully ppl arent stupid enuff to but into that shi. hillary is a fake bitch.

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    I have found this site to be particularly censorship-happy lately. Some of my posts don't make it or are immediately discarded. Others have commented this has happened to them, too. And yet fuckwads can do multiple, repeat entries of their nonsense bullshit and it flies right through. Perez: Let it all rip, buddy! Edit no one, censor no one. Go back to how you once were. You're too politically correct in a hit and miss kind of way! Are you being directed by your new found advertisers? Corporate suits got your tongue? Readers, feedback?

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    If Hillary's one nasty bitter attack line is about "change you can xerox" (trademark infringement, by the way), she better make sure her single one touching moment isn't ripped off from someone else. She said no matter what happens, we're going to be fine, but we need to make sure America is fine. That sure sounds familiar…

    John Edwards Concession speech:
    "Today, I am suspending my campaign for the Democratic nomination for the presidency. But I want to say this to everyone: with Elizabeth, with my family, with my friends, with all of you and all of your support, this son of a mill worker is going to be just fine. Our job now is to make certain that America will be fine." -John Edwards

    November 15, 2007 debate:
    "You know, before I came over here tonight, I was thinking, we're going to have this debate; when we finish, all of you are going to be on television saying, oh, who scored points, who won the debate. All of us are going to be fine. The question is, will America be fine?"
    -John Edwards

    October 30, 2007 debate:
    "As a matter of fact, it's not about any of us. The truth is, when this election is over, I'm going to be fine. Senator Clinton is going to be fine. Senator Obama's going to be fine. Will America be fine? "- John Edwards

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    If Hillary's one nasty bitter attack line is about "change you can xerox" (trademark infringement, by the way), she better make sure her single one touching moment isn't ripped off from someone else. She said no matter what happens, we're going to be fine, but we need to make sure America is fine. That sure sounds familiar…

    John Edwards Concession speech:
    "Today, I am suspending my campaign for the Democratic nomination for the presidency. But I want to say this to everyone: with Elizabeth, with my family, with my friends, with all of you and all of your support, this son of a mill worker is going to be just fine. Our job now is to make certain that America will be fine." -John Edwards

    November 15, 2007 debate:
    "You know, before I came over here tonight, I was thinking, we're going to have this debate; when we finish, all of you are going to be on television saying, oh, who scored points, who won the debate. All of us are going to be fine. The question is, will America be fine?"
    -John Edwards

    October 30, 2007 debate:
    "As a matter of fact, it's not about any of us. The truth is, when this election is over, I'm going to be fine. Senator Clinton is going to be fine. Senator Obama's going to be fine. Will America be fine? "- John Edwards

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    Re: Change you Can Xerox – If Hillary's one nasty bitter attack line is about "change you can xerox" (trademark infringement, by the way), she better make sure her single one touching moment isn't ripped off from someone else. She said no matter what happens, we're going to be fine, but we need to make sure America is fine. That sure sounds familiar…

    John Edwards Concession speech:
    "Today, I am suspending my campaign for the Democratic nomination for the presidency. But I want to say this to everyone: with Elizabeth, with my family, with my friends, with all of you and all of your support, this son of a mill worker is going to be just fine. Our job now is to make certain that America will be fine." -John Edwards

    November 15, 2007 debate:
    "You know, before I came over here tonight, I was thinking, we're going to have this debate; when we finish, all of you are going to be on television saying, oh, who scored points, who won the debate. All of us are going to be fine. The question is, will America be fine?"
    -John Edwards

    October 30, 2007 debate:
    "As a matter of fact, it's not about any of us. The truth is, when this election is over, I'm going to be fine. Senator Clinton is going to be fine. Senator Obama's going to be fine. Will America be fine? "- John Edwards

  99. QUIT CENSORING THIS POST ASSHOLE! says – reply to this


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    If Hillary's one nasty bitter attack line is about "change you can xerox" (trademark infringement, by the way), she better make sure her single one touching moment isn't ripped off from someone else. She said no matter what happens, we're going to be fine, but we need to make sure America is fine. That sure sounds familiar…

    John Edwards Concession speech:
    "Today, I am suspending my campaign for the Democratic nomination for the presidency. But I want to say this to everyone: with Elizabeth, with my family, with my friends, with all of you and all of your support, this son of a mill worker is going to be just fine. Our job now is to make certain that America will be fine." -John Edwards

    November 15, 2007 debate:
    "You know, before I came over here tonight, I was thinking, we're going to have this debate; when we finish, all of you are going to be on television saying, oh, who scored points, who won the debate. All of us are going to be fine. The question is, will America be fine?"
    -John Edwards

    October 30, 2007 debate:
    "As a matter of fact, it's not about any of us. The truth is, when this election is over, I'm going to be fine. Senator Clinton is going to be fine. Senator Obama's going to be fine. Will America be fine? "- John Edwards

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    I really don’t understand people that so called don’t trust Hillary. What is that suppose to mean? The woman has a proven record. Go her website and check it out your self’s. Her record of passing legislation is much bigger than that of Obama’s.
    21 for hers 2 for his.
    http://facts.hillaryhub.com/archive/?id=5960

    Her foreign relation experience is much bigger than Obama’s. I doubt that there is a country out there that fears Hillary.
    And then we have her level of strength. Anyone subjected to the meanest criticism and vicious attacks
    like her would have been long gone from the campaign. But you have to give it to her that the woman is a fighter. With everything that she’s been subjected in her life and everything that the media and we as people are subjecting her to she still comes out as a fighter, and that is probably the most positive quality she has.
    It’s important to not treat this campaign like American idol. And it seems this is exactly what happens.
    And then we have the 90’s…anyone denying all the good coming out of that time is a just a hater.
    It’s going to be really ironic when McCain gets Condolisa Rise as his running mate and goes ahead and wins the White house, wile we’re busy splitting the party in the middle.

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