Clinton must unite Dems behind Obama

Clinton must unite Dems behind Obama

There are 69 comments on the www.examiner.com story from Jun 25, 2008, titled Clinton must unite Dems behind Obama. In it, www.examiner.com reports that:

Hillary Clinton returned to being "just a senator" Tuesday, but her immediate and arguably more important task will be uniting the Democratic Party , particularly its female voters, behind Barack Obama .

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Aden

North Hollywood, CA

#2 Jun 25, 2008
So first he didn't need clinton, now she must unite the supporters??, LOL. I can see it now, into the future when Obama loses the presidential election and pundits and supporters alike put the blame on the clintons!!.
GOING FORWARD

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Jun 25, 2008
THE DNC IS ALREADY UNITED.
Guest

Castle Hill, Australia

#4 Jun 25, 2008
An Obama victory's better than a McCain victory.

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Since: Dec 07

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#5 Jun 25, 2008
That is the strong woman I know Mrs. Clinton to be. The Democrats are going to steamroll the Republicans this year and the many election years ahead.

This election of Obama is going to be best thing to happen to America and Americans since JFK was president or FDR was.
C Jones

AOL

#6 Jun 26, 2008
Don't believe everything you read in these blogs. The Clintons have no obligation to assist Obama in creating the movement that will drive him to the White House. The Clintons just need to get out of the way and let it happen. If the Clintons got out of the way in 2000, Gore had a shot at a fair vote count. In 2004, Kerry would have been president. The rule for the Clintons should be "Do No Harm." If they come out with some stupid statement or "Gotcha" then the Party should fine them heavily. Barack should not pay off their bills because this sets a negative precedent as to why you should never quit. Imagine if Edwards demanded someone pay his bills? It's part of a candidates judgement. She was wrong.
Flipped Out

Lynchburg, VA

#7 Jun 26, 2008
The best way for her to unite the Democraps is to have an affair with Obama.They will absolutely love that! Then they will "circle the wagons" and fight off the Republcan'ts as the "Right Wing Nut Conspiracy".
eeesd

Louisville, KY

#8 Jun 26, 2008
stop and thank do we need to stay in this mess if we put a cild mulst mcclain in office we will be f+++k big time are cildren will not be safe from him and we will get more poorer
eeesd

Louisville, KY

#9 Jun 26, 2008
if the clintons get in office we will be in great shap .bush is the one that put the people in the poor house.and any republcan that gets in office will bleed the usa dry i know i have been in office for a long time and seen the republcans f
+++k are usa up just so thay can get more money thats all thay whont

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#10 Jun 26, 2008
The 'Machine' does not settle.
HIM Yao Sui

Honolulu, HI

#11 Jun 26, 2008
I don't see why I or anyone should support Barack Obama. Wouldn't it be better to do nothing and allow McCain to win?

If Barack Obama is leading, then you've got to go out and vote. A vote for Nader will not help. A vote for McCain might take away Obama's victory in the end!

Obama doesn't give a rat's a** about me, so why should I give a rat's a** about him!

If I should die or be killed by an assassin's bullet Obama just doesn't care!
rebel to the last

Columbia, SC

#12 Jun 26, 2008
folks dont fool yourselves. paying down the clintons 11 million or so dollars debt to independent vendors who supported hillary in her campaign is the motive behind this. i believe hillary will do all she can to get obama elected. hell give me 11 millions dollars to pay down a debt and i will give you a lap dance (just kidding) every night of the week.
flipped out you are probably right. if she hillary had an affair with obama her women supporters would be running over themselves to vote for obama. might be the best thing that could happen. bill has no room to talk. all the women he has been with and he would have to stay in the background and STFU.

“I'm for justice”

Since: Oct 07

Stamford,CT

#13 Jun 26, 2008
Dajokerman wrote:
That is the strong woman I know Mrs. Clinton to be. The Democrats are going to steamroll the Republicans this year and the many election years ahead.
This election of Obama is going to be best thing to happen to America and Americans since JFK was president or FDR was.
Your post is a joke, right? Steamroll????

http://www.gallup.com/poll/108376/Gallup-Dail ...
Fred

Garden Grove, CA

#14 Jun 26, 2008
In conceding, Hillary has done what she must in order to satisfy the Democratic Party. Hillary knows better than we, that Obama is the most inexperienced, deceptive, ruthless and divisive candidate in modern history. We also understand what this concession speech means and why she must give it, and while we respect Hillary immensely, we will vote our conscience this November.

Now, Obama, his supporters, the DNC, the party elite, and the mainstream media will be using every trick in the book to "bring the party together" to further their ruthless ambitions. They will want you to forget all about the months of biased press, the biased party elite, the insults, the sexist remarks, and the race-cards. They will want you to forget that the Democratic Party now is the party that stands for disenfranchisement of the voters and the rationalization of racism. They will use any method to persuade you to vote for the man who they have preordained as the Democratic nominee. DON'T FALL FOR IT!

Whether you write-in Hillary, if possible, vote for John McCain, or sit out the election, right now, for the sake of our families and our country, WE MUST DO EVERYTHING IN OUR POWER to assist in the defeat of the inexperienced, ruthless, deceptive, divisive, racist black liberation theology believing, race card throwing Obama. We can always come back to the Democratic Party if and when they show a desire to respect our participation, and field an acceptable candidate.
Doodad

Pittsburgh, PA

#15 Jun 26, 2008
The Clintons have ties to pornography money just like Obama does. Neither the Republicans, nor the Democrats have a candidiate with a character that speaks to morality and justice.
So who cares what Clinton has to do to make herself look good among those of her party.
She and her husband are not suffering because of high priced oil, they do not have to worry about how they will afford medecines...etc...etc...etc
When are Americans going to force candidates off of the issues used to smokescreen them past being accountable for doing something that will really help all voters?
anonymous girl

San Antonio, TX

#16 Jun 26, 2008
BUNNIE wrote:
<quoted text>
Your post is a joke, right? Steamroll????
http://www.gallup.com/poll/108376/Gallup-Dail ...
Hey Bunnie, It's giving me page not found.
anonymous girl

San Antonio, TX

#17 Jun 26, 2008
Fred wrote:
In conceding, Hillary has done what she must in order to satisfy the Democratic Party. Hillary knows better than we, that Obama is the most inexperienced, deceptive, ruthless and divisive candidate in modern history. We also understand what this concession speech means and why she must give it, and while we respect Hillary immensely, we will vote our conscience this November.
Now, Obama, his supporters, the DNC, the party elite, and the mainstream media will be using every trick in the book to "bring the party together" to further their ruthless ambitions. They will want you to forget all about the months of biased press, the biased party elite, the insults, the sexist remarks, and the race-cards. They will want you to forget that the Democratic Party now is the party that stands for disenfranchisement of the voters and the rationalization of racism. They will use any method to persuade you to vote for the man who they have preordained as the Democratic nominee. DON'T FALL FOR IT!
Whether you write-in Hillary, if possible, vote for John McCain, or sit out the election, right now, for the sake of our families and our country, WE MUST DO EVERYTHING IN OUR POWER to assist in the defeat of the inexperienced, ruthless, deceptive, divisive, racist black liberation theology believing, race card throwing Obama. We can always come back to the Democratic Party if and when they show a desire to respect our participation, and field an acceptable candidate.
I hate the mainstream media, all of them. If Obama gets elected and turns out to be Jimmy Carter#2, that is their fault. Since when is it the media's job to determine who we elect? I ABSOLUTELY HATE THE MEDIA AND WILL BLAME THEM, if we have economic failure because of the candidate they want for us to elect.
Papa

United States

#18 Jun 26, 2008
eeesd wrote:
stop and thank do we need to stay in this mess if we put a cild mulst mcclain in office we will be f+++k big time are cildren will not be safe from him and we will get more poorer
WTF are you trying to say?
Bull and Bunk

Coram, NY

#19 Jun 26, 2008
As Bill learned in 1992, there's a big price to be paid for deals with Hillary. Remember, he stood up and said it was a "co-presidency". You get "two for the price of one". What do you suppose it was like behind the scenes when he was trying to be president?

Hillary knows her best chance to be president is for Obama to lose. Nothing too tough about making that happen, at least for Hillary.

Let's step into her Machiavellian head for a moment. Obama runs, surrounded by a bunch of losers who hate Hillary and could never be trusted to take orders from her. She knows them better than you do. They are "throw themselves on the barricade" lunatics that are in every campaign. So, let's let them have all the fun they want in this campaign. Normally you use them to stuff envelopes and keep their mouths shut, but not this time.

As the campaign progresses these characters will go nuts with power and make gaffs constantly. Hillary will sit quietly on the side, smiling and nodding her head slowly and making one sentence statements of approval. Her "defectors" will be inside Obama's campaign reporting everything back to Hillary.

When Obama loses Hillary will have rid herself of all meaningful opposition. Also, Iraq will cease to be much of an issue.(The Dems know the next pres. will win it and wrap it up.) McCain will be compared to one-term Carter (Amazing similiarity. They are both from Annapolis) and will be found to have more medical defects than you can imagine.

Hillary wins in 2012. Bet on it!
Fred

Garden Grove, CA

#20 Jun 26, 2008
OBAMA IS NOT ONLY FOR LATE TERM ABORTIONS, BUT AGAINST SAVING THE LIVES OF BABIES WHO SURVIVE LATE TERM ABORTIONS: Sen. Barack Obama (D.-Ill.) portrays himself as a thoughtful Democrat who carefully considers both sides of controversial issues, but his radical stance on abortion puts him further left on that issue than even NARAL Pro-Choice America.

In 2002, as an Illinois legislator, Obama voted against the Induced Infant Liability Act, which would have protected babies who survived late-term abortions. That same year a similar federal law, the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, was signed by President Bush. Only 15 members of the U.S. House opposed it, and it passed the Senate unanimously on a voice vote.

Both the Illinois and the federal bill sought equal treatment for babies who survived premature inducement for the purpose of abortion and wanted babies who were born prematurely and given live-saving medical attention.

When the federal bill was being debated, NARAL Pro-Choice America released a statement that said,“Consistent with our position last year, NARAL does not oppose passage of the Born Alive Infants Protection Act ... floor debate served to clarify the bill’s intent and assure us that it is not targeted at Roe v. Wade or a woman’s right to choose.”

But Obama voted against this bill in the Illinois senate and killed it in committee. Twice, the Induced Infant Liability Act came up in the Judiciary Committee on which he served. At its first reading he voted “present.” At the second he voted “no.”

The bill was then referred to the senate’s Health and Human Services Committee, which Obama chaired after the Illinois Senate went Democratic in 2003. As chairman, he never called the bill up for a vote.

Jill Stanek, a registered delivery-ward nurse who was the prime mover behind the legislation after she witnessed aborted babies’ being born alive and left to die, testified twice before Obama in support of the Induced Infant Liability Act bills. She also testified before the U.S. Congress in support of the Born Alive Infant Protection Act.

Stanek told me her testimony “did not faze” Obama.

In the second hearing, Stanek said,“I brought pictures in and presented them to the committee of very premature babies from my neonatal resuscitation book from the American Pediatric Association, trying to show them unwanted babies were being cast aside. Babies the same age were being treated if they were wanted!”

“And those pictures didn’t faze him [Obama] at all,” she said.
x-nutmegger

Phoenix, AZ

#21 Jun 26, 2008
Home of the " Die Hard " Hillary supporters.

This DEM operative isn't a friend of Obama.

www.noquarterusa.net

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