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Old 07-28-2003, 12:19 PM   #1
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Hillary 2008

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I would not mind seeing this happen.

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i take it you are not a supporter.
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There are women that I believe are qualified to be pres. Hillary is not among them.
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In an appearance on "On the Record with Bob Costas" she said that she had no intentions of running for prez in 2008. However, if she uses her Jedi mindtrick on us, we will not be able to remember this statement.
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There are women that I believe are qualified to be pres. Hillary is not among them.
Why don't you think she is qualified? And what other women in your opinion are better for the job?
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I believe she is the one responsible for the death of Vince Foster.
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Elizabeth Dole, Condalezea Rice, etc...

Yes, all are conservatives...
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Rice is damaged goods



her credibility is shot to hell
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80s, do you actually have any proof to back that up?
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If Hillary is re-elected to her seat in the Senate I'm honestly not sure if she's interested in a run at the White House. We'll see, but I'm wondering if this isn't hype.
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80s, do you actually have any proof to back that up?
Well, it wasn't a suicide. The fact that there was no blood on the leaves and grass around his body tell us that he was not killed in the park in which his body was found. People who commit suicide can't exactly pick up their own bodies and put them someplace else.

I also have the very words of one of the investigators of the case.

Miquel Rodriguez, an assistant U.S. attorney who was hired by Kenneth Starr to conduct a grand jury investigation of Fosterís death, tells how Starr and others blocked his efforts to expose the cover-up of a murder by previous investigators. He resigned rather than participate in another cover-up.

You can read that and more about teh Foster case at:

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/ar...TICLE_ID=33613

And yes, it is a conservative site. However, that doesn't negate what Rodriguez said on tape. By the way, Rodriguez isn't a Republican, either.

So, if I believe that he was murdered, whom do I think had it done? Hillary.
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Damn, that's a hell of a thing to have on your hands, if it's true. We have books in the library that argue both sides with the Clintons, pro and con. It's interesting to say the least.
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I want Condy Rice in there, that way we'll have a woman president and an African American president at the same time.
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I say no way. Hillary is only in politics for Hillary. In the last six weeks, the only time I have seen her on TV is to promote her book on Barbara Walters, on NY1 [local station], in Germany, at the local Barnes and Noble, etc.

In the last six weeks, I have seen my other senator, Chuck Schumer, on TV talking about curbing the numbers of guns coming in to NY illegally, improving safety at Penn Station, demanding the release of classified pages of the 9/11 report along with victims' familiies, and attending the wake of City Councilman James Davis, who was killed last week.

Chuck Schumer is a senator representing his constituents. Hillary is a carpet bagger representing only herself.
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I want Condy Rice in there, that way we'll have a woman president and an African American president at the same time.
Sadly, those two reasons along with her youth are reasons why people support her.


She has been doing a poor job as National Security Advisor.
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I want Condy Rice in there, that way we'll have a woman president and an African American president at the same time.
Condi....is sooooo damaged goods now it is not funny. I am probably more disappointed in her than in anyone else in the administration. I expect the others to be who they are. I had extremely high hopes for her.

Sorry. Can't vote for her.
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*Shrugs*

I've had no complaints with her so far, from what I've heard and seen. If she were to run for president, as of now, I'm fine with that.

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80s,

sorry, but it looks like Bush, the lesser, may be throwing Condi to the wolves

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Daily Whispers: Insiders suggest Condoleezza Rice could leave
Thu Jul 24,12:00 PM ET

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As White House officials try to control the latest fallout over President Bush (news - web sites)'s flawed suggestion in the State of the Union address that Iraq (news - web sites) was buying nuclear bomb materials, there's growing talk by insiders that National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice (news - web sites) may take the blame and resign. For most insiders, it's inconceivable that Rice, touted as a future secretary of state, California governor, and even vice president, would go, but the latest revelations that her shop and deputy Stephen Hadley mishandled CIA (news - web sites) warnings have put the NSC in the bull's eye of controversy.


While it's unclear how serious the talk is inside the administration about the future of Rice or Hadley with the NSC, a few top aides are already suggesting replacements for Rice. They include former Bush administration National Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft, NASA (news - web sites) chief and former Navy Secretary Sean O'Keefe, and Paul Bremer, the U.S. administrator in Iraq.
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http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmp...dential_poll_1

I saw on the news scroll this AM that she's started a supposed "new fundraising web site". I doubt that's just for a Senate run..
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I am not sure I would want Hillary as President (I may, actually), but I would definitely like to see her run and in debates, I think we may see how smart she is then, and not base our opinions on her personal life.

I think I read she was the most prolific Senator of 2002 somewhere.
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