Palin says Obama regrets bypassing Cl...

Palin says Obama regrets bypassing Clinton

There are 136 comments on the The Associated Press story from Sep 13, 2008, titled Palin says Obama regrets bypassing Clinton . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin said Friday she thinks Barack Obama regrets not making Hillary Rodham Clinton his running mate.

Palin praised Clinton's 'determination, and grit and even grace' during the Democratic primaries, sounding an altogether different note than when she suggested earlier this year that the New York senator was whining about negative press coverage and campaigning in a way that was not advancing the cause of women in politics.

'I think he's regretting not picking her now,' Palin told ABC News.

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Johnny

Bemidji, MN

#126 Sep 18, 2008
Believer wrote:
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Do you need a remedial reading course? I didn't mention anything about unions. For you to interject unions and try to blame them for the mess the country is in is just a smoke screen. Nice try Mr. Republican. Face up to the real world and talk about today's issues. Trying to use old stale and trite tactics of the past is pathetic.
My thought involved the average Americans income and job losses. The Unions played a big part in that one.
Uncle John

Ocean Isle Beach, NC

#127 Sep 18, 2008
Obamas Lost wrote:
Desperate Dems hack Gov. Palin e-mail in a shocking invasion of the governor's privacy and a violation of law. This is in response to Obama's call to "get in their face". So much for taking the high road, Obama has shown his true colors and just how far he is willing to go to get his hands on power.
Not "Obama has shown his true colors" but has shown his real color. Stereotype-- only when true.
Uncle John

Ocean Isle Beach, NC

#128 Sep 18, 2008
ccole76 wrote:
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Well guess what you wife or girlfriend or mammie is one hell of a **** too!!!! All this name calling is just a sign that white folks are scared of their worst nightmares. Giving up a prestigious white owned position to a man who even isn't full-blooded black. I smell fear!FEAR!FEAR!
No white man has need to fear any black, but people of all color best be cautious when a gang of them is near. That he is even in the running is so stupid even you have to admit his being there is nothing but a black thing. If he were white he would be lucky to be sweeping Chicago streets.
james

Quito, Ecuador

#129 Sep 18, 2008
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text> My thought involved the average Americans income and job losses. The Unions played a big part in that one.
Now, could we address to failing financial institutions. I can't recall any unions to blame for this disaster. It will be a lot tougher for these wall street gurus to pay that 8,000 dollar a month mortgage payment on their condo in manhatten vs. a 800 dollar house payment for a layed off chysler worker in S. Louis. He wasn't worried about them while he was selling off there stock for a commission. What goes around, comes around.

“Barack who?”

Since: Sep 08

Chicago

#130 Sep 19, 2008
A vote for America?
Why don't you get some original material. You sound just like the very junior senator from illinois.
Lisa wrote:
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How about this, I am glad he made a choice based on who was best for the country as opposed to who could win Hillary's women votes. McCain and Palin are like oil and vinegar, they don't mix. He picked her for one reason and that was to win over white women. Here is hoping my fellow women come to their senses and vote for issues and not gender. A vote for Obama is a vote for America. A vote for McCain is a vote for Bush. A vote for Palin is a vote to send women back to the dark ages.
jja

Myrtle Beach, SC

#131 Sep 19, 2008
Is everybody from Chicago as sick as you, your lucky your mom didnt feel that way. Are you smoking crack?
Commissar Obama wrote:
I am against anything that will take the life of a terrorist or a convicted crimminal.
I have no problem killing babies though.
Vote Obama

“Barack who?”

Since: Sep 08

Chicago

#132 Sep 19, 2008
Perhaps I don't understand how America works anymore.
If I make a comment against Michelle Obama I am a racist.
If I make a comment in favor of Sarah Palin I am a racist.
I can have it both ways. Wow what a great country America has become.
Zodiac

United States

#133 Sep 19, 2008
Johnal wrote:
Perhaps I don't understand how America works anymore.
If I make a comment against Michelle Obama I am a racist.
If I make a comment in favor of Sarah Palin I am a racist.
I can have it both ways. Wow what a great country America has become.
Just shows how the media controls us with doublespeak.
Obama Smokes Crack

Jerseyville, IL

#134 Sep 19, 2008
Obama wants Change,he wants to Change us into Muslims
Animal killer Palin

Blue Springs, MO

#135 Sep 19, 2008
Anybody who needs a good laugh, watch these 2 videos from the Daily Show.

http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jhtml...

http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jhtml... 's-Choice
Johnny

Bemidji, MN

#136 Sep 19, 2008
james wrote:
<quoted text>Now, could we address to failing financial institutions. I can't recall any unions to blame for this disaster. It will be a lot tougher for these wall street gurus to pay that 8,000 dollar a month mortgage payment on their condo in manhatten vs. a 800 dollar house payment for a layed off chysler worker in S. Louis. He wasn't worried about them while he was selling off there stock for a commission. What goes around, comes around.
The unions helped to elect Bill Clinton who signed the deregulation bill. I expect they had a lot to do with it passing.
Fence-Rider

Troy, VA

#137 Sep 19, 2008
Just a thought wrote:
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Borat are you kidding me on the daughter thing? Are you telling me no one in your family at 21 ever did anything stupid at a bar? Give me a break you are grabbing at straws here
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"Give me a break you are grabbing at straws here"

ya like the Palin's daughter having the down syndrome baby

“Results, one vote at a time!”

Since: Dec 06

Oklahoma City, OK

#138 Sep 19, 2008
Borat wrote:
Should Obama address Joe Biden's daughter getting arrested for OBSTRUCTION?
http://articles.latimes.com/2002/aug/04/natio...
Should Obama address Joe Biden's SON being a PAID LOBBYIST?
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080825/ap_on_el_...
Should Obama address Joe Biden about why he voted YES for anti-consumer Banking Legislation supported by this Lobyist SON & MBNA...while Obama voted against it?
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/08/27/pol...
That's a great idea! Then, just to make it fair, McCain could address why Bristol got pregnant instead of following the "abstinence only" education her mother so wholeheartedly embraces.

Then McCain could address why Todd Palin was the member of the Alaska Independence Party which doesn't even like the USA, and why Sarah told them to "keep up the good work."

I think that would be fair, don't you? Then all this crud could get thrown out there for the public.

“Results, one vote at a time!”

Since: Dec 06

Oklahoma City, OK

#139 Sep 19, 2008
Johnal wrote:
Perhaps I don't understand how America works anymore.
If I make a comment against Michelle Obama I am a racist.
If I make a comment in favor of Sarah Palin I am a racist.
I can have it both ways. Wow what a great country America has become.
Be careful though, if you make a comment against Sarah Palin, you're a sexist. Unless of course you're a Republican and you're on Fox News, then you can call Palin's breasts t*ts and get away with it like that person from Bloomberg did yesterday.

“Barack who?”

Since: Sep 08

Chicago

#141 Sep 20, 2008
I am the only Republican in the city of Chicago. I have never voted for a Damocrat and wish I had never voted for our Mayor.
Okie Lobbyist wrote:
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Be careful though, if you make a comment against Sarah Palin, you're a sexist. Unless of course you're a Republican and you're on Fox News, then you can call Palin's breasts t*ts and get away with it like that person from Bloomberg did yesterday.
Interested

Apopka, FL

#142 Sep 20, 2008
NuttyinNJ wrote:
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regardless of who wins, half of america will feel as if they lost, and a country so divided is in a seriously sad state of affairs.
I couldn't agree more.
After reviewing blogs from all areas in the country, it seems the race is more about hate rather than debating true issues.

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