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Speckled Hen

Germany

#1 Nov 13, 2006
Some really interesting entries about Butler.
M WAHEED JADOON

Blue Bell, PA

#2 Apr 16, 2008
Dear FRIENDS


I'm going to give you the same advice I give to Hillary: block out the distractions -- the skeptics, the media coverage, the beltway chatter -- and keep your eyes on the prize.

With the news media constantly poring over the minutiae of the campaign, I make sure Hillary never forgets to stay focused on what matters: telling every last American about her vision, her experience, and her commitment to bringing real change to people's lives.

Let the press worry about the shifting polls and the daily back-and-forth. As long as Hillary stands up for the values we share -- and as long as you stand up for her -- she's going to win this race.

It's a tight race, whether you're counting delegates or total votes, the kind where one big victory can shift the momentum. We've got a race like that coming up in Pennsylvania in just six days, and your immediate action will make a difference.

Contribute now to help Hillary win big in Pennsylvania on Tuesday.

We know Senator Obama's strategy: spend, spend, and spend some more.

His campaign is hoping their spending is enough to win the primary and bring this race to a close. But they weren't counting on the incredible connection Hillary has made with Pennsylvanians or the remarkable support you have shown her.

Tonight, Hillary will share the stage with Senator Obama in a debate, and Pennsylvania voters will consider their final decisions over the next six critical days.

If you contribute to Hillary's campaign today, you can be assured of two things: it will go right back out the door to help her win, and it will make a difference in this close race.

Contribute today for our Pennsylvania victory.

Don't forget: stay focused on what's important, and we'll celebrate victory together.

Thank you,

Bill Clinton

WORLD DEMOCRACY MEDIA GROUP
NEW YORK
M WAHEED JADOON
jjjj

Sunbury, OH

#3 Apr 17, 2008
If you contribute to Hillary's campaign today, you can be assured of two things: it will go right back out the door to help her win, and it will make a difference in this close race

Why does she need my money to win? Is she going to BUY her way into the White House?
THE ORIGINAL ET

Highspire, PA

#4 Apr 20, 2008
Hi butler just testing
cough cough

Butler, PA

#5 Apr 20, 2008
testing testing 123
REHANA KHATOON

Blue Bell, PA

#6 May 29, 2008
Dear FRIENDS,

Have you seen the general election polls lately? They consistently show that we'll beat John McCain in November. In a national head-to-head match and in the critical swing states, the numbers show I'm the best candidate to take back the White House for Democrats.

That is why it's critical that we stay in this race and keep fighting for every last vote. We can win the nomination if we extend our popular vote lead, and that means putting everything we have into the final races. With just a few days before the voters in Puerto Rico head to the polls, our campaign is working hard -- and your support is making the difference.

Every vote matters. I need you to help today and join our matching program. When you give today, a supporter will match your contribution and double its impact,

Contribute today to have twice the impact on the final primary races.

In the past 24 hours, thousands of you have given generously to our campaign, and I'm so delighted to see your incredible commitment.

With your help, we're going to keep driving forward to victory, and there's no better time to help than right now. By making a contribution today, you'll double your impact when your gift is matched.

Contribute today, and your gift will be matched.

Thank you for putting your heart and spirit into this campaign. I couldn't do it without you.

Sincerely,

Hillary Rodham Clinton

FRIEND OF HILLARY CLINTON
M WAHEED JADOON
WORLD DEMOCRACY MEDIA GROUP
NEW YORK
Mike Slupe

Bellefontaine, OH

#7 Aug 16, 2009
If you would like to know about the real Mike Slupe check this out http://whoistherealmikeslupe.blogspot.com/
Mike Slupe

Bellefontaine, OH

#8 Aug 16, 2009
Get real

Butler, PA

#9 Aug 17, 2009
I was undecided on who to vote for for Sherriff. That post made up my mind. I guess that Livermore and/or his supporters are going to play the childish campaign, so they have just lost my vote.
Irwin M Fletcher

Baltimore, MD

#10 Dec 12, 2012
I hope Al Sharpton runs with Jesse Jackson as his Vice President.
Homey

Bronx, NY

#11 Jan 11, 2013
Hard to believe there could be a ticket worse than Obama/Biden but this would be one of them
Irwin M Fletcher

Baltimore, MD

#12 Feb 21, 2013
I like to drop a large deuce in my pants and sit in it for hours.
Irwin M Fletcher

Baltimore, MD

#13 Feb 21, 2013
I remember the time me and Bret Michaels were going to be politicians. I am the Assistant Vice-President of my church. What has he ever done? I don't see his name in politics anywhere - loser!
Irwin M Fletcher

Baltimore, MD

#14 Feb 21, 2013
I think Butler should convert all of their roads to one lane.
Irwin M Fletcher

Baltimore, MD

#15 Feb 21, 2013
I remember the time Butler had Mr. T do an infomercial to try to catch a kid who dropped a deuce in the Butler Memorial pool. Mr. T was like, "I pity the fool, who thought he was cool, by dropping a stool, in the middle of the pool, Grrrrrr." The kid turned himself in the next day.
Corey Gaudino

Baltimore, MD

#16 Feb 21, 2013
I remember the time I introduced rap to Butler at a karaoke outing at a local bar. People just looked at me and were screaming, "THAT BOY GOT'S MAD SKILLS!!!" I was dropping lines that made all the girls look at me and say, "Where you live, home slice?" I ended up drinking for free that night and never returned.
Irwin M Fletcher

Baltimore, MD

#17 Feb 21, 2013
I remember the time I went to Woolworth's and broke the record for most hamburgers eaten at one sitting. It wasn't pretty in their bathroom about an hour later.

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