Sen. Clinton makes sex appeal -- Poli...

Sen. Clinton makes sex appeal -- Political Candidates, The Whit...

There are 74 comments on the The Morning Call story from Mar 25, 2008, titled Sen. Clinton makes sex appeal -- Political Candidates, The Whit.... In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Promising to bring the experiences of a ''daughter, sister, wife and mother'' to the Oval Office, Hillary Clinton went straight for the hearts of women voters Monday at Montgomery County Community College.

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Anybody But Clinton

Allentown, PA

#2 Mar 25, 2008
Gee nothing from the morning call on her 'misremberence','misstatement' , whatever you want to call her further exaggeration of her vast experience while she was dodging bullets in Bosnia? Please people--see her for what she is....a very power hungry woman who will do anything, say anything, stop at nothing to get elected. Please see how that would bode for her presidency (yikes, it pains me to even think of her as the president). I think i finally found someone more despicable than she though and that's James Carville. Wow, that guy needs to go onto pasture. His time has definitely come and long gone.
nick

Nazareth, PA

#3 Mar 25, 2008
James Carville is the BEST ! He exposes those greedy blood thirsty republicans for what they truly are.
Hillary IS THE BEST, very insightfull.....and has a great advisor to consult...William Jefferson Clinton....MY favorite president of all times...
snowman chapman PA

Allentown, PA

#5 Mar 25, 2008
Our wonderful carpetbagger of the 2000's and an outstanding LIAR will cry if she doesn't win here. Just the kind of person I want in charge. I served with women, subordinate to women and superior to women. At all times they were much better human beings and bosses and equals and workers. There is nothing in her makeup that would inspire me to vote for her before STALIN.
Independent_At_H eart

Roseville, CA

#6 Mar 25, 2008
I agree that James Carville is despicable. He's about as creepy as they come. While I believe that most politicians are power hungry liars, I can't help but think that the Clintons and their "friends" are at the top of that heap. Her latest lie regarding her trip to Bosnia proves that point. She can't be too smart if she doesn't remember that the greeting ceremony was videotaped. I guess in her arrogance, she believes that the voters are stupid. I'm not sure who I will vote for in the general election, but I do know if won't be for her.
Sally

Braintree, MA

#7 Mar 25, 2008
What foreign policy experience? The Clinton Library records, just released, show that after Hillary failed to reform healthcare, she became another teaparty-tourist first-lady.She just admitted that she "misspoke" (lied) about her experience in Kosovo. It's all smoke and mirrors, and if she wasn't Bill's wife, she wouldn't be where she is today. No way is she a real feminist's candidate. Last I checked, power thru marriage didn't make you an admirable woman.
Jennifer B

East Windsor, CT

#8 Mar 25, 2008
I will vote for Obama in 2008.
I do like a lot of Hillary's ideas. She is smart, and I agree with some of her presidential objectives. I do not like that she and her campaign are naggish - she complains and points the finger way too much. I don't want another mother to handle the government. I also do not believe she will find the best means to achieve all of her objectives. It's a similar complaint I have about Republicans - I feel that Clinton will always have her eye on the prize, not on the people, and that could hurt us as individuals. I hope women realize that is just as important as having a woman as President. We are not here to make history - we're here until we die, and I want to make the best of it for all of us.

“Cool Logic - Burning Passion”

Since: Feb 07

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#9 Mar 25, 2008
nick wrote:
James Carville is the BEST ! He exposes those greedy blood thirsty republicans for what they truly are.
Hillary IS THE BEST, very insightfull.....and has a great advisor to consult...William Jefferson Clinton....MY favorite president of all times...
LOL! Thanks for the dry sarcasm, nick!

“Cool Logic - Burning Passion”

Since: Feb 07

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#10 Mar 25, 2008
I am waiting for the implosion to begin at the Dem Convention. The meltdown ought to be entertaining but it could end up bordering on pathetic...

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#12 Mar 25, 2008
StaberDearth wrote:
I am waiting for the implosion to begin at the Dem Convention. The meltdown ought to be entertaining but it could end up bordering on pathetic...

I am amused at the neutered white males of the Democrat party. They have been marginalized, insulted and demeaned and there they stand and take it.
The equality of the sexes and races have been buried for years to come.
stupid headline

Breinigsville, PA

#13 Mar 25, 2008
No one should vote for Hillary just because she's a woman and no one should vote for Obama just because he's black.(Note that no one is pushing for the afro-american designation deemed so politically correct only months ago.)

As for Obama's bringing the country together...how? Taking the racist bigots and converting them because we suddenly have a black president to follow and respect will happen about as fast as Bush is converting the mentality of the middle east zealots. He's only one man and would have to do a whole lot more than he's done up to now to right a lot of wrong. What exactly has he done in the past to better race relations? Obviously nothing since his wife is suddenly 'proud'. As for what he knows about running this country...well, there's another void.

At least Hillary has some knowledge even if it's just because she was first lady.

It's going to be interesting.
Hot for Hillary

East Stroudsburg, PA

#15 Mar 25, 2008
The headline got me excited. Hillary is a HOTTIE!!!!!!!!!! I've got a little more than a girl crush going here!

GO HILLARY GO!!! You rawk my world!

Since: Mar 07

Bethlehem, PA

#16 Mar 25, 2008
Yeah, and if I'm married to a doctor, it makes me qualified to be a doctor.
Trik

Whitehall, PA

#17 Mar 25, 2008
I do believe that it's about time we had a woman for president. I do NOT believe that Hillary is the best choice. IF, and that's only IF, she is elected to run against McCain, I will vote for her. Anything is better than McCain!! I'm registered "no affiliation" and cannot vote in the primary - but if I could, my support would go to Obama. I really think he has got it together.
Roadkill

United States

#18 Mar 25, 2008
''I meet women on the campaign trail every day that say,'I was born before I could vote and I want to live long enough to see a woman in the White House,''' Clinton told the enthusiastic crowd.

WOW....hey I was born before I could vote, too (newborns of any gender cannot vote). Now, I just hope I live long enough to see this shrike sent packing back to Arkansas.
Hillary 08

Emmaus, PA

#21 Mar 25, 2008
GO HILLARY!!!
Shesucks

Piscataway, NJ

#22 Mar 25, 2008
Hillary sucks... Now she is directly appealing to the last group in PA that will be able to keep her in the race, even though she has no chance for winning. She is a rich-bi*** who cries and does whatever shady things she can until she gets whatever she wants. We DO NOT NEED another Clinton or Bush in the White House... Next we'll have dynasties like China!!

She is another corporate bought, run-of-the-mill politician. They have done nothing for the people except help oil companies make record profits while we can't afford gas to get to work. She has no experience like she claims, and her taxes STILL are not released. She is hiding something and we don't need her rotten style in charge of the country.

VOTE OBAMA!!
Ros

Allentown, PA

#23 Mar 25, 2008
S in LV wrote:
"Sen. Clinton makes sex appeal"
Only if beastiality is your thing..........I threw up in my mouth a little after reading that headline!!
Thank you so much for your comment.....I really needed a laugh today! It's exactly what I was thinking....Hillary and sex appeal do not go together
Deb

Halifax, Canada

#24 Mar 25, 2008
It is a joy to see this wonderful support for Hillary Clinton.

She is the most qualified candidate for the Democratic nomination.

Americans need her wisdom and compassion.

Thank you!
Mom of 4

Chicago, IL

#25 Mar 25, 2008
Oh yes...I want Hillary in office to force me to buy into a health care plan that may not be the best option for my family. Blech.

How about *really* reforming medicine for women? That is, finding some way for women to be respected in their care. My grandmother used to complain about how my grandfather got a much more thorough physical exam than she did. Many women are starting to wake up and realize that they are being abused during the birth process because the only important thing is deemed to be getting the baby out safely--respect for the mother is marginalized.
joe poli

AOL

#26 Mar 25, 2008
Morning Call, where is the story about the latest Hillary Clinton lie? "Dodging Bullits"? Give me a break.

I think Hillary has a serious mental condition. I wonder what is in those medical records she and Bill refuse to release???

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