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Clinton expected to decide future of her candidacy -- Elections...

There are 81 comments on the Newsday story from Jun 2, 2008, titled Clinton expected to decide future of her candidacy -- Elections.... In it, Newsday reports that:

Her angry defenders were chanting "Denver!" on Saturday, but Hillary Rodham Clinton is headed to Chappaqua late tonight for a somber and potentially momentous homecoming.

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MPT

Frisco, TX

#67 Jun 2, 2008
Blame The Republicans wrote:
The END to right wing political corruption as usual from the White House.
McCain supports the views of reverends HAGEE and PARSLEY!
Read former BUSH Press Secretary's Scott McClellan's book.
A vote for McCain is a vote to continue BUSH politics.
CHANGE is coming!
Vote Democrat! OBAMA08
You are a fool to believe in change from that buffoon! What "change" can you expect from that jerk? McCain has separated himself from both individuals but it has taken Obama one helluva a long time to denouce his "devout" mentors and he did so very reluctantly. He made it quite clear that he had difficulty in "denouncing" them and his racist church. I think all three candidates are a problem but I think the worst one of the three is that "know nothing" moron, Obama. By the way, why don't you list his many achievements he accomplished in the past four years? He is not a leader and if anything he is a divider and not a uniter! He is the most divisive candidate ever to run for the presidency of the United States! Oh! By the way. Scott McClennan is a "school yard" snitch and no one can trust a snitch. He is in it for the money and his fifteen minutes of fame.
Star Shine

Middletown, MD

#68 Jun 2, 2008
Lance Winslow wrote:
The Democratic Party has no idea, what's about to happen if they pick BHO as their nominee. But indeed, it appears they are about to find out.
Once they do they have no right to complain about what happens next, it will be their burden and their loss.
Deja vu. I think they'd be used to it by now.
Deanna

Norman, OK

#69 Jun 2, 2008
O.K I will speak slowly....She does not have the popular vote....slowly.
MR Al

Oak Harbor, WA

#70 Jun 2, 2008
What the hell happened to the Democratic part? It sure seems to be it's a Liberal party to me! This democrat is voting for the GOP. OBAMA has a suprise coming in the GENERAL and well another loss for the Democratic party. This happens when you pick a LIBERAL as your nominee. Remember what happened to Kerry in 04?
sam

Mesa, AZ

#71 Jun 2, 2008
Hillary made many mistakes.The biggest one was that she did not recognize the fact that the Dem Party
has gone far to the left.Though her husband"talked"left, he governed from the center.The neo Dems are interested only in radical left philosophy.Remember voters if you vote for Obama,you're voting for a man who refuses to go to Iraq and speak to our generals but is willing to sit down with the Hitler of Iran
unconditonally.A man who has promised to anniahlate Isreal and has expressed hate for the U.S.A vote for Obama=the end of Isreal and increased terror in the U.S.
Blame The Republicans

Pearl City, HI

#72 Jun 2, 2008
MPT wrote:
<quoted text> You are a fool to believe in change from that buffoon! What "change" can you expect from that jerk? McCain has separated himself from both individuals but it has taken Obama one helluva a long time to denouce his "devout" mentors and he did so very reluctantly. He made it quite clear that he had difficulty in "denouncing" them and his racist church. I think all three candidates are a problem but I think the worst one of the three is that "know nothing" moron, Obama. By the way, why don't you list his many achievements he accomplished in the past four years? He is not a leader and if anything he is a divider and not a uniter! He is the most divisive candidate ever to run for the presidency of the United States! Oh! By the way. Scott McClennan is a "school yard" snitch and no one can trust a snitch. He is in it for the money and his fifteen minutes of fame.
The END to right wing political corruption as usual from the White House.

McCain supports the views of reverends HAGEE and PARSLEY!

Read former BUSH Press Secretary's Scott McClellan's book.

A vote for McCain is a vote to continue BUSH politics.

CHANGE is coming!

Vote Democrat! OBAMA / CLINTON 08
Blame The Republicans

Pearl City, HI

#74 Jun 2, 2008
The END to right wing political corruption as usual from the White House.

McCain supports the views of reverends HAGEE and PARSLEY!

Read former BUSH Press Secretary's Scott McClellan's book.

A vote for McCain is a vote to continue BUSH politics.

CHANGE IS COMING!

It's just a matter of time! Out with the OLD, In with a Democrat!

Vote Democrat! OBAMA / CLINTON 08

Since: Jun 07

Copiague, NY

#75 Jun 3, 2008
Blame The Republicans wrote:
The END to right wing political corruption as usual from the White House.
McCain supports the views of reverends HAGEE and PARSLEY!
Read former BUSH Press Secretary's Scott McClellan's book.
A vote for McCain is a vote to continue BUSH politics.
CHANGE is coming!
Vote Democrat! OBAMA08
Oh, now the Dems think McClellan is a genius. Looking at the way you folks run your primaries, you deserve to lose in November.

Obama's spirtual followings aren't anything to brag about either.

I don't know who I will be supporting in November (it would have never been Hillary) but it will be a tough decision. McCain's running mate will be a large part of my decision. There's a good chance he could take the reins with McCain's age and past health issues.
MPT

Frisco, TX

#76 Jun 3, 2008
Blame The Republicans wrote:
<quoted text>The END to right wing political corruption as usual from the White House.
McCain supports the views of reverends HAGEE and PARSLEY!
Read former BUSH Press Secretary's Scott McClellan's book.
A vote for McCain is a vote to continue BUSH politics.
CHANGE is coming!
Vote Democrat! OBAMA / CLINTON 08
All you keep squealing about is "change" but you have not listed even one important accomplishment that the "charlatan" Obama has achieved. Look up that word "charlatan" and you will see that it is the perfect description for Obama. And, he is also a notorious boldfaced liar. He stutters and stammers his way through questions because he is trying desperately to remember how he answered the same question a week ago.
vkl1

Oceanside, NY

#77 Jun 3, 2008
I think the Republicans are laughing their heads off at the Democratic party. The Dems were handed this election on a silver platter last year and somehow screwed it all up.
I am a Hillary supporter and will now vote for McCain. If anyone asked if I would vote Republican this year I would have said they were out of their minds. Well the Democratic party has convinced me to do so. I cannot vote for someone who is all rhetoric, who could not make a decision to disassociate himself from his crazy lunatic pastor for a whole month-and when they wake him in the middle of the night with a serious question-will he wait a month to make a decision-and will his wife be proud of the US on and off-and will he be proud of the US flag-will he swear on the Muslim Bible or the Holy Bible?? And does he really think he will change the way Washington operates?? How naive can you be? How can we put someone like him into office when we have such serious issues to deal with?????All he is thinking about is winning with no concrete plans to solve the major issues in this country. And when some of you are very ill and don't get the health coverage you need-his plan will not help. Go McCain!!!!!!
MR Al

Oak Harbor, WA

#78 Jun 3, 2008
vkl1 wrote:
I think the Republicans are laughing their heads off at the Democratic party. The Dems were handed this election on a silver platter last year and somehow screwed it all up.
I am a Hillary supporter and will now vote for McCain. If anyone asked if I would vote Republican this year I would have said they were out of their minds. Well the Democratic party has convinced me to do so. I cannot vote for someone who is all rhetoric, who could not make a decision to disassociate himself from his crazy lunatic pastor for a whole month-and when they wake him in the middle of the night with a serious question-will he wait a month to make a decision-and will his wife be proud of the US on and off-and will he be proud of the US flag-will he swear on the Muslim Bible or the Holy Bible?? And does he really think he will change the way Washington operates?? How naive can you be? How can we put someone like him into office when we have such serious issues to deal with?????All he is thinking about is winning with no concrete plans to solve the major issues in this country. And when some of you are very ill and don't get the health coverage you need-his plan will not help. Go McCain!!!!!!
Yes the DEMOCRATS gave this one back to the GOP.. What a bunch of retards! I am democrat who also is voting Mccain. Oh look how long it took OBamA to move away from his church! Do we need a naive president that is all talk? The Democratic party turned into a Liberal party!
William Wallace

Colnbrook, UK

#79 Jun 3, 2008
Whoooooaaaa, wait a second here. Does that mean she remains the senator for NY? Say it ain't so!
Pablo

Plainview, NY

#80 Jun 3, 2008
It shouldn't surprise anyone if two faced Hilary goes after the vice presidency. She'll do anything to get into the White House. I hope Obama is smarter than that.
laughin

Chicago, IL

#81 Jun 3, 2008
Miriam wrote:
Clinton came into the campaign the only candidate w/ universal name recognition, the support of the party leadership (hey NY superdelegates Schumer, Rangel & Paterson, train's leaving the station & if U want support of real NY Dems you better get on board) She got beat by a guy w/ a funny name against whom she & her supporters threw everything including racism. What she deserves is a one way ticket back to Arkansas.
BTW the "More than $1K " on her Senate financial statements about Bill's dealings w/ Dubai is enough to get her kicked out of the Senate for ethics violations
Hey, universal name because her husband had "sex" in the Oval office! Shhhhhh
Mister Rogers

Chicago, IL

#82 Jun 3, 2008
Pablo wrote:
It shouldn't surprise anyone if two faced Hilary goes after the vice presidency. She'll do anything to get into the White House. I hope Obama is smarter than that.
Obama will never make it to the White House unless he takes a group tour. Can you say completely unelectable? I knew that you could.
Star Shine

Middletown, MD

#83 Jun 3, 2008
Mister Rogers wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama will never make it to the White House unless he takes a group tour. Can you say completely unelectable? I knew that you could.
ROFLMAO!!
Blame The Republicans

Pearl City, HI

#84 Jun 3, 2008
The END to right wing political corruption as usual from the Republican White House.

McCain supports the views of reverends HAGEE and PARSLEY!

Read former BUSH Press Secretary's Scott McClellan's book.

A vote for McCain is a vote to continue BUSH politics.

CHANGE IS COMING!

Out with the "OLD", In with NEW LEADERSHIP!

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, "THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES"~~~~~ BARACK OBAMA. It's just a matter of time.

Restore HONESTY and INTEGRITY to the White House!

Vote Democrat! OBAMA / CLINTON 08

Since: Jun 07

Copiague, NY

#85 Jun 4, 2008
Blame The Republicans wrote:
The END to right wing political corruption as usual from the Republican White House.
McCain supports the views of reverends HAGEE and PARSLEY!
Read former BUSH Press Secretary's Scott McClellan's book.
A vote for McCain is a vote to continue BUSH politics.
CHANGE IS COMING!
Out with the "OLD", In with NEW LEADERSHIP!
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, "THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES"~~~~~ BARACK OBAMA. It's just a matter of time.
Restore HONESTY and INTEGRITY to the White House!
Vote Democrat! OBAMA / CLINTON 08
Oh, now the Dems think McClellan is a genius. Looking at the way you folks run your primaries, you deserve to lose in November.

Obama's spirtual followings aren't anything to brag about either.

I don't know who I will be supporting in November (it would have never been Hillary) but it will be a tough decision. McCain's running mate will be a large part of my decision. There's a good chance he could take the reins with McCain's age and past health issues.
VOR

Bronx, NY

#87 Jun 5, 2008
McCain has such broad crossover appeal that Obama won't have a chance, even with the black vote. Attempts by the liberal left to paint McCain as a Bush clone are not truthful and will fail.

McCain is, and always has been his own man - he will split from Republicans in an instant to do what he believes is the right thing to do. Liberals won't admit it now, but McCain is the best thing they could hope for out of the Republican party - and he will do a great job as President of this great nation.
HarleyRider

Colnbrook, UK

#88 Jun 9, 2008
poor Shillary.............LMAO

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