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She has the most viable chance of winning of any woman who has run before her. She is definitely the front-runner for the Dems. Wooo!
I don't personally care too much for her, so I really hate the fact that I know she will probably be the first female president of the United States. She's smart, I just don't care for her.
I love that we will have choices instead of the lesser of two evils scenario like last election. I can't wait to see the Obama vs Hilary battle, who will win?
Politics. Okay, I'll bite. Disclaimer: I am a liberal teetering on the edge of socialism. And still, I can't stand Hilary Clinton. She strikes me as the most amoral of politicians who gauges carefully which way the wind is blowing and jumps on the most prevailing one. She's also incredibly polarizing. Conservatives don't hate Obama, but they DESPISE Clinton II(Strangely, I heart Bill Clinton, mostly, I think, because of his very large brain, something I am stupidly partial to). If the Dems nominate her, I feel like we're just giving away the White House--AGAIN--to whomever the Republicans field. And that makes my teeth hurt. Sadly, I believe this is exactly what will happen unless the establishment Democrats pull their heads right out of their butts and pick a candidate that will unite our country. Hilary just isn't it, as far as I can tell. And I love Obama so much (I've been at a party with his wife! Am I a rock star? :)), I am worried that he is going to be destroyed in this election.
Oh right, this Hillary has two LL's in her name, doesn't she? Feel free to ignore the dumbass.
I'm fascinated by the thought of Obama and Hillary on the same ticket - a black man and a woman running together and possibly winning! I get very excited thinking that people might actually be in a place to accept that (and makes me sad that i have to be excited about it in this day and age). I like HIllary. I had tea with her once (well her and a dozen other people) and she threw us a keg party after an event - very cool. We teased her about running then (this was 92 or 93) - who knew?
I'm with Gwen on everything she said (oh, except that I wasn't at a party with Barack's wife... but I wish I'd been.... does that count?)
I don't think she has a snowball's chance in hell of being elected president unfortunately. I don't think the American public is ready for a female president and I really don't think they're ready for another Clinton. I think if the Dems nominate her as the presidential candidate we'll lose. Wow, I'm being really negative, but from what I've read I just don't think it's going to happen.
I'm amazed there weren't A LOT more comments left over the weekend! Someone brought up POLITICS on a BLOG and we don't have 100 comments about which side is better???? Weird. Kinda feels like the Blogger Twilight Zone.
Well, that's because nobody loves me anymore! *cries*
No, don't feel bad...POPSUGAR brought up Fur again, it's just lame this time...maybe people are feeling peaceful.
Dare I say I'm a republican? :) And I agree with Gwen. I'd be more likely to vote for Obama than any Clinton. If I ever voted Dem, that is.
Wait. We have to start voting for first lady now?
I'm not a Hilary fan. I'm also Canadian, so my opinion doesn't really count for a hill of beans on this topic.I just think she doesn't know what she's talking about when it comes to socialized health care. It isn't all it's cracked up to be. But, I don't think she's a bad person and I'm looking forward to seeing her on the campaign trail to see what she's got.
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