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536 weeks ago @ Political Grind - The Coattails of Bara... · 0 replies · +1 points

The question. Is Hillary as bulletproof as hubby?

536 weeks ago @ Political Grind - President Must Uphold ... · 0 replies · +1 points

"Think" with your heart this time.

As far as Gore--although he won the popular vote--my question has always been--why didn't he win by more than the figure on the books?

Watching the Obama-Clinton match-up reminds me 2000....ask yourself--why isn't Hillary blowing Obama out of the water? Why--when she does win--isn't she winning by more?

Much much more.

What are Democratic voices telling us? Check out my post today on Smashed Frog and really listen to the comments posted over at Huffington, by a person who views Hillary as the perfect candidate--for all the wrong reasons.

http://smashedfrog.blogspot.com/2008/03/american-...

536 weeks ago @ Political Grind - President Must Uphold ... · 0 replies · +1 points

"Think" with your heart this time.

As far as Gore--although he won the popular vote--my question has always been--why didn't he win by more than the figure on the books?

Watching the Obama-Clinton match-up reminds me 2000....ask yourself--why isn't Hillary blowing Obama out of the water? Why--when she does win--isn't she winning by more?

Much much more.

What are Democratic voices telling us? Check out my post today on Smashed Frog and really listen to the comments posted over at Huffington, by a person who views Hillary as the perfect candidate--for all the wrong reasons.

http://smashedfrog.blogspot.com/2008/03/american-...

539 weeks ago @ Political Grind - Cleavage vs. Climate · 0 replies · +1 points

Under reporting of an issue as important as those you have listed may be a "sad reality", only if we continue to allow the press to choose the issues of importance. As far as the practice of obfusaction, Ms. Clinton has found her very specific, very documented comments regarding many issues, uh let's say--kicking her in the old NAFTA--and then chooses to lie about it. Now, that's sad.

543 weeks ago @ All American Blogger - Dennis Kucinich to Dro... · 1 reply · +2 points

Kucinich just blasted an American myth right out of the water. Not just anyone can run for President in this country.

548 weeks ago @ Political Grind - The Daily Kos - The Vo... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey now....I--as a lefty, am driven by my emotional take on current affairs...that being said, I too once bought the day pass to ride the Koz-mobile on a regular basis.

What I soon learned is this is a fairly closeted crowd, more willing to troll an essay than expand upon the same. In my opinion, Kos jumped the shark some time back, but I believe the current group of regulars has had something to do with the ultimate sell-out.

But-there's always a but--the interview of Markos and MYDD compadre Jerome Armstrong by Tim Russert--about a year and half ago--caught my attention and drove me to the keyboard. If the Kos can be credited with the jump start of blogging souls like myself, then the site has proven worth while.

548 weeks ago @ Political Grind - With High Confidence; ... · 0 replies · +1 points



The Bush Presidency Mission Statement.....

"No matter how credible or incredible it is, look to Bush and go the other way."

390 days to go.

548 weeks ago @ Political Grind - It's a Right-Wing Chri... · 0 replies · +2 points

I hear enough of those three on the radio.

551 weeks ago @ Political Grind - Pragmatism and Reality... · 0 replies · +1 points

Sorry for the weird triple post...please delete the first two two. :(

551 weeks ago @ Political Grind - Pragmatism and Reality... · 1 reply · +1 points

Interesting comment found on Talk to Me--a progressive blog--regarding Hillary Clinton.

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What I am is one of the 53 million women who head their households....I made a choice a while back to assume the responsibility of getting where I am today because of one person--and that would be myself.

Hillary Clinton--who makes the claim--can't make that same claim. She hasn't lived that life. Women--single or otherwise-- just don't respect that. She can't use the feminist approach with us, having never proved herself as someone other than who she is--she talks the talks, but doesn't walk the walk.

(...)

I believe that this race is crucial to this country. For Hillary, it's most likely the last shot of women in her age group--those who deemed themselves feminists but changed the definition along the way to suit their needs--to get one of their own in the White House.

(And a lot of men hate that single point).

For me, it's about change and leading this country past polarization.

I'm not certain faith in one's country can be measured by scientific method. What my gut instinct tells me--voters see Hillary as more of the same--especially with Bill standing by her side.

lot of men hate that single point).