Sen. Clinton Touts Woman for President

Sen. Clinton Touts Woman for President

There are 11 comments on the The Associated Press story from Aug 31, 2006, titled Sen. Clinton Touts Woman for President . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, standing outside an abandoned knitting mill that will become the new home of the National Women's Hall of Fame, said Thursday she hopes America is ready for its first woman ...

Join the discussion below, or Read more at The Associated Press.

Retired2005

Santa Cruz, CA

#1 Aug 31, 2006
I don't know if America is ready for a woman president, but it sure isn't ready for Hillary.
bezelt

Clarendon Hills, IL

#2 Aug 31, 2006
Retired2005 wrote:
I don't know if America is ready for a woman president, but it sure isn't ready for Hillary.
If America is ready for Mr. Bush, America is ready for Senator Clinton. And getting out from the management of Mr. Bush would allow the country to get a breath of fresh air. And America sure could use a breath of fresh air.

The blame game would disappear. "Fascism Appeasers" would no longer be needed. They could resume being just plain old American citizens. Her Secretary of Defense would not plan a war without strong military approval. The fighting strategies would likely come from West Point or other military academy. The resources required would likely be figured out by the military. That's their job.

She would get people who had the skills to do the task. And you certainly cannot say that of this current administration. It would be exceptionally difficult to do a worse job than we are currently seeing.
Retired2005

Santa Cruz, CA

#3 Aug 31, 2006
I can't see Hillary doing any better job than Bill.
He did nothing more than vow that the 11 acts of terrorism that happened during his adminstration would be dealt with. All mouth and no action. No wonder the radical Islamics had such an easy time of pulling off 9/11.
bezelt

Addison, IL

#4 Sep 1, 2006
Retired2005 wrote:
I can't see Hillary doing any better job than Bill.
He did nothing more than vow that the 11 acts of terrorism that happened during his adminstration would be dealt with. All mouth and no action. No wonder the radical Islamics had such an easy time of pulling off 9/11.
The terrorists struck on Mr. Bush's watch. But prior to that, the terrorists generated data while operating in America. Did anyone notice? Was anyone higher-up notified. If notified what was the final disposition of that notification?

But now the target is not Mr. Bill Clinton's administration, it is Mr. Bush's administration. Now America would be looking to improve on the job that Mr. Bush is doing. And that should not be difficult.

Just do what America has learned how to do over its hundreds of years of existence. Hire people with the talent and skill needed to do the job, then attach a political factor. Don't do it the other way around. The other way around creates disasters.

wolfacorn

United States

#8 Sep 1, 2006
bezelt wrote:
<quoted text>
If America is ready for Mr. Bush, America is ready for Senator Clinton. And getting out from the management of Mr. Bush would allow the country to get a breath of fresh air. And America sure could use a breath of fresh air.
The blame game would disappear. "Fascism Appeasers" would no longer be needed. They could resume being just plain old American citizens. Her Secretary of Defense would not plan a war without strong military approval. The fighting strategies would likely come from West Point or other military academy. The resources required would likely be figured out by the military. That's their job.
She would get people who had the skills to do the task. And you certainly cannot say that of this current administration. It would be exceptionally difficult to do a worse job than we are currently seeing.
Oh please let her run I wanna see your faces when she gets her ass wooped. The trouble with you Dumocrats is that you are always going for the most socialist person you can find. All the Dumocrats are for is the very rich and the lazy.
wolfacorn

United States

#9 Sep 1, 2006
bezelt wrote:
<quoted text>
The terrorists struck on Mr. Bush's watch. But prior to that, the terrorists generated data while operating in America. Did anyone notice? Was anyone higher-up notified. If notified what was the final disposition of that notification?
But now the target is not Mr. Bill Clinton's administration, it is Mr. Bush's administration. Now America would be looking to improve on the job that Mr. Bush is doing. And that should not be difficult.
Just do what America has learned how to do over its hundreds of years of existence. Hire people with the talent and skill needed to do the job, then attach a political factor. Don't do it the other way around. The other way around creates disasters.
Oh how easy we for get that the towers were attacked before lets see when was it oh ya during the clinton administration!When He had a chance to stop it what did he do NOTHING! But the Dumocrats only remember what they want. To them its President Bush's fault
bezelt

Chicago, IL

#10 Sep 2, 2006
wolfacorn wrote:
<quoted text>Oh please let her run I wanna see your faces when she gets her ass wooped. The trouble with you Dumocrats is that you are always going for the most socialist person you can find. All the Dumocrats are for is the very rich and the lazy.
I believe, and hope, America is ready to get off this right-wing merry-go-round. And I do believe we should not forget that those born or naturalized in the United States are citizens of the United States. And I do believe that a President of this country should be receptive to citizens of the United States -citizen's on the right, citizens on the left and citizens in the middle.

I do believe Senator Clinton would be able to find and hire qualified people. I do believe Senator Clinton would have respect for this country's laws. I do believe Senator Clinton would be able to function within the laws of this country.

I don't believe Senator Clinton would sign as many laws "under protest" as the current administration. I don't believe Senator Clinton would fly and land a plane in or near a war zone - possibly for publicity. I don't believe Senator Clinton's Commander's in Chiefs would attack an American newspaper's editorial cartoon without a comment from her.

I don't believe Senator Clinton would put people in NASA to interfere with climate scientists. I don't believe Senator Clinton would be supportive of political "mouthpieces" going on public television to refute climate data.

I don't believe Senator Clinton would have made Iraq a personal "must do". I don't believe Senator Clinton would have sent anyone to Africa looking for Iraq's "uranium connection". I don't believe anything less than the truth would have come out about Iraq and weapons of mass destruction at the very beginning.

And if the worst did happen, I do believe that Senator Clinton would be more forthright than we are currently seeing.

I don't believe Senstor Clinton would invent "Fascism Appeasers" to "take the fall" for a failed Iraq war program. I don't believe Senator Clinton would have as many programs in "limbo" while starting other programs whose outcomes were equally uncertain.

I don't believe Senator Clinton would establish a program for a targetted group, without getting input from those to be impacted by the program.

I'll end it here.
Just An Observer

Tawas City, MI

#11 Sep 3, 2006
Retired2005 wrote:
I don't know if America is ready for a woman president, but it sure isn't ready for Hillary.
Maybe you're NOT ready, but we ARE!
Wolfacorn

United States

#13 Sep 12, 2006
Well If she runs it will be a shoein for whoever the republicans run.
Ed Hewitt

Palm Harbor, FL

#14 Sep 12, 2006
I believe if Bush hadn't stole the election, from Al Gore, we wouldn't be in this mess in Iraq and Bin Laden would have been caught five years ago.
mick

Ozark, AL

#16 Sep 12, 2006
Mr. Hewitt,
You are a wise man. Just An Observer, I am ready for a person who will look out for working people. Do you think Senator Clinton is the one?

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Penn Yan Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
willard drug treatment campus (Mar '07) Apr 27 patty 649
News 3-Year-Old In Jet Ski Accident on Canandaigua L... (Aug '12) Mar '16 Pam 3
Brook Street Park Incident 3/16/16 Mar '16 sidney 1
News Man shot by Geneva police officer dies (May '11) Mar '16 eyeswithoutaface 8
News New York woman facing murder charge in Catoosa ... Jan '16 Mommy dearest 1
Geneva NY Native, Andrew Dickson Succeeding as ... Nov '15 nashvillethreesixty 1
VIOLENT sex offender to be living in yates co... (Aug '15) Oct '15 Penn Yan person 4
More from around the web

Personal Finance

Penn Yan Mortgages