Clinton's Women Supporters Angry and ...

Clinton's Women Supporters Angry and Sad as Campaign Comes Clos...

There are 7 comments on the US News & World Report story from May 15, 2008, titled Clinton's Women Supporters Angry and Sad as Campaign Comes Clos.... In it, US News & World Report reports that:

It was Iowa that stripped Hillary Clinton of her cloak of inevitability. There, on a cold January night, she stumbled out of the starting gate and finished a shocking third in the nation's first-in-the-nation ...

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Marge

Placentia, CA

#1 May 18, 2008
Here's what it feels like to me: you've been waiting your turn in traffic for a long time to enter the freeway onramp. A guy comes up from the side and cuts you off.
I think the media and super-delegates have underestimated the strength of Hillary's support. We are less vociferous than the Obama supporters but strong in number. If she is not on the Democratic ticket, her supporters may well decide the election in November. Yes, we can too.
Dave

Phoenix, AZ

#2 May 19, 2008
I dont think you should be elected based on your gender or you race. It should be based on who is the most electable. Hillary is clearly more qualified than Obama. Obama is a joke. Hillary needs to do what ever it takes to get this nomination. Fight till the end!
Dave

Phoenix, AZ

#3 May 19, 2008
I belive if Obama is the nominee, Hillary supportes need too send a message. Vote for anybody but Obama. Nader, Mcane, Paul. It doesnt matter. Obama is a JOKE! Change, Change, Change. Pol-Pot made changes in Cambodia, Hitler made alot of changes in Europe.
arthur

Quakertown, PA

#4 May 22, 2008
no one should get to be president because they waited their turn, in the real world( the one men live their lives in) there are no garuntees,

people can vote for whom ever they want and for whatever reason they want.

by the way the first female president will be that very rare women, a Margreat Thatcher type, not a feminist because men will vote for her.
Old School

Randolph, NJ

#5 May 25, 2008
I agree Arthur. We have little choice this election. A woman with a past we all know who keeps getting her lies mixed up, a young black man who has socialist ideals and an older guy who doesn't want to offend his opposition and is trying please everyone. As William Shakespeare said; "There is little choice in rotten apples." I'll vote for the old guy and pray a lot. But who ever wins, I wish them the best and hope they are the best president we ever elected. You have to keep in perspective one thing; If they fail in office, we all suffer and pay dearly for it.
The right man or woman for the job has 4 major responsibilities;
1. Keep us safe and win the war.
2. Fire up our economy & start drilling for oil here.
3. Limit government spending, balance our foreign trade deficit, and maintain the Bush tax cuts.
4. STOP ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION!
OK I think I added a few extras to the list, but higher taxes and more government programs will destroy this country. Americans can spend their own money better than the government can for them and they need the freedom to pick their own doctors. Socialized medicine don't work. It's like the government breaks your leg and gives you a free crutch that is broken, so you fall again.
Ace

Livingston, TN

#6 May 25, 2008
Dave wrote:
I belive if Obama is the nominee, Hillary supportes need too send a message. Vote for anybody but Obama. Nader, Mcane, Paul. It doesnt matter. Obama is a JOKE! Change, Change, Change. Pol-Pot made changes in Cambodia, Hitler made alot of changes in Europe.
If everybody feel this way we need to write Hillary's name in on november.Lets speak loud in clear to these people that we have a choice. We all need to stand up for ourself's and tell them we do not want anymore of their BS that they are trying to sell. McCain is for the same value's that the Bushwacker is for NO McCain Go Hillary
Ace

Livingston, TN

#7 May 28, 2008
Marge wrote:
Here's what it feels like to me: you've been waiting your turn in traffic for a long time to enter the freeway onramp. A guy comes up from the side and cuts you off.
I think the media and super-delegates have underestimated the strength of Hillary's support. We are less vociferous than the Obama supporters but strong in number. If she is not on the Democratic ticket, her supporters may well decide the election in November. Yes, we can too.
You bet ya write in's count too. Hillary all the way to the White House.

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