Saturday, May 31, 2008

Hillary Supporter Hurt When Ejected from the DNC Rules Committee

Clinton Supporter Ejected From DNC Meeting Shows Bruises
Deborah Foster, a Long Island school teacher and Hillary Clinton supporter who was ejected from the Rules & Bylaws Committee meeting on May 31, 2008 shows her bruises. Foster and others were shouting "Denver, Denver" when security removed them from the meeting. (from Firedoglake)

Clinton Campaign Reponds to DNC Decision on FL & MI

From Clinton supporters Harold Ickes and Tina Flournoy;

"Today's results are a victory for the people of Florida who will have a voice in selecting our party's nominee, and will see its delegates seated at our party's convention. The decision by the Rules and Bylaws Committee honors the votes that were cast the people of Florida, and allocates the delegates accordingly.

"We strongly object to the committee's decision to undercut its own rules in seating Michigan's delegates without reflecting the votes of the people of Michigan. The committee awarded to Senator Obama not only the delegates won by uncommitted, but four of the delegates won by Senator Clinton. This decision violates the bedrock principles of our democracy and our party.

"We reserve the right to challenge this decision before the credentials committee and appeal for a fair allocation of Michigan's delegates as they were cast."

Update: DNC seats Florida & Michigan Delegates


From NBC's Mark Murray
A motion that would seat the entire Florida delegation and give them all a half vote just passed unanimously.

That measure would net Clinton 19 pledged delegates (Clinton picks up 52.5, Obama gets 33.5, and Edwards 6.5).

In addition, all Florida superdelegates will be seated, but with half a vote each.


From NBC's Mark Murray and Ben Weltman
By a 19-8 vote, a compromise allocating Michigan's pledged delegates by a 69-59 forumla -- but counting each by just half a vote -- has just passed the DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee.

The compromise will give Clinton 34.5 delegates and Obama 29.5 delegates. It would also seat all of Michigan's superdelegates but also give them just half a vote. Moreover, it would make the magic number to clinch the Democratic nomination 2,118.

But Clinton adviser and committee member Harold Ickes strongly disagreed with this compromise -- and said Clinton will reserve her right to take this dispute to the Democratic convention.

"This motion will hijack, hijack, remove four delegates won by Hillary Clinton and most importantly reflect the preferences of 600,000 Michigan voters. This body of 30 individuals has decided that they are going to substitute their judgment for 600,000 voters."

He went on to say, "Hijacking four delegates is not a good way to start down the path of party unity,"


5 Reasons Why The Super Delegates Should Choose Hillary

Here are 5 reasons why I think Super Delegates should choose Hillary

  • Gallup Poll Shows Hillary Beats McCain and Obama loses to McCain in the General Election(link to Gallup)
  • Hillary can win Swing States like Ohio and Florida
  • Hillary will have the popular vote in August
  • Hillary has more experience
  • Hillary can win back the Reagon Democrats

Obama's Campaign Just Doesn't Care About Florida

From the DNC Rules Panel Today

Friday, May 30, 2008

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Ricky Martin Endorses Hillary

We Latinos sure love our Hillary!

Ricky on the Endorsement
"These elections will have historic repercussions both in the United States and the world. Senator Clinton has always been consistent in her commitment with the needs of the Latino community. Whether fighting for better education, universal health care and social well-being, as First Lady and Senator from New York -- representing millions of Latinos --she has always fought for what is most important for our families.."

Hillary on the Endorsement
"I am honored to have Ricky Martin's support," said Senator Clinton. "In addition to his great talent, Ricky is committed to improving the world through his philanthropic work, and I am grateful for his support. He is a very important voice in the Latino community and together we will work to improve the lives of families and children across the country."

I love Geraldine Ferraro (Watch this video interview)

Does anyone have her email or contact info?

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Latest Hillary News May 30th


Argus Leader Endorses Hillary: South Dakota’s Argus Leader today endorsed Hillary, calling her the “Top Candidate for Dems...Clinton is the strongest Democratic candidate for South Dakota. Her mastery of complex policy detail is broad and deep, and her experience as a senator and former first lady matches that…Her resilience and determination never should be questioned. She has met or overcome every challenge or roadblock in her way, and there have been many.” Read more.

Automatic Delegate Watch: Washington State Democratic Party Chair Eileen Macoll endorsed Hillary yesterday: “On the issues that matter most - from establishing universal health care to improving our schools to ending the war in Iraq—she has never backed down and never wavered. Hillary has what it takes to beat John McCain this Fall and win back the White House.” Read more.

Endorsement Watch: Puerto Rican music artist Ricky Martin yesterday endorsed Hillary: “These elections will have historic repercussions both in the United States and the world. Senator Clinton has always been consistent in her commitment with the needs of the Latino community…she has always fought for what is most important for our families.” Read more.

“She’s Going to Pull It Off” Hillary had “one of the best turnouts of her South Dakota campaign” yesterday at a stop in Huron, where supporters waited to see her “in a line stretching down the block.” One supporter said, “She's what we're for. She's against the war in Iraq…Hillary doesn't crack under pressure.” Another supporter remarked, “We really think she’s going to pull it off in the end.” Read more.

Obama's 2nd Pastor Problem

I don't understand why people (who are probably Democrats) feel it is alright to trash Hillary. It makes me sick

Obama's connection with the Pastor
From the Chicago Tribune
"Pfleger gave Obama's campaign $1,500 between 1995 and 2001, including $200 in April 2001, about three months after Obama announced $225,000 in grants to St. Sabina programs."

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Puerto Ricans for Hillary Clinton

Puerto Ricans are excited for Hillary

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Have you seen the general election polls lately? They consistently show that we'll beat John McCain in November. In a national head-to-head match and in the critical swing states, the numbers show I'm the best candidate to take back the White House for Democrats.

That is why it's critical that we stay in this race and keep fighting for every last vote. We can win the nomination if we extend our popular vote lead, and that means putting everything we have into the final races. With just a few days before the voters in Puerto Rico head to the polls, our campaign is working hard -- and your support is making the difference.

Every vote matters. I need you to help today and join our matching program. By matching the donation of someone who hasn't made a gift before, you're doubling the impact of your contribution, making your $50 gift worth $100 or your $100 gift worth $200.

Contribute today to have twice the impact on the final primary races.

In the past 24 hours, thousands of you have given generously to our campaign, and I'm so delighted to see your incredible commitment.

With your help, we're going to keep driving forward to victory, and there's no better time to help than right now. By making a matching contribution, you'll double your impact.

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Thank you for putting your heart and spirit into this campaign. I couldn't do it without you.

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Message from Super Delegate Lauren Wolfe

Apparently we had the wrong email for Lauren, but she emailed me to let me know that she looks forward to receiving our emails.

Here is her email


I would love to answer all your emails from Hillary supporters but I
believe you are giving out the wrong email address. If Lauren Wolfe's
contact info reflected this email (, I assure
you that all the emails will be read and answered.

Thank you so much!

- Lauren

Lauren Wolfe
National President
College Democrats of America

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Hillary News for May 28th

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“A Strong Partner With Indian Country” Yesterday, during a stop at the Flathead Reservation, Hillary “reaffirm[ed] her support for tribal sovereignty…[and her commitment to] partner with the Montana Tribes to expand economic opportunity and improve health care, education and housing on all seven Montana Reservations.” Hillary “told several hundred people yesterday at Salish Kootenai College that she wants to be a ‘strong partner with Indian country.’” Read more and more.

Automatic Delegate Watch: Virgin Islands automatic delegate Kevin Rodriquez announced his support for Hillary yesterday. Rodriquez is a member of the Democratic National Committee.

Crowd Gives Hillary “A Raucous Welcome” “It took a Clinton to repair America after the first Bush presidency and it will take a Clinton to fix the mistakes of the second President Bush,” Hillary told supporters in Billings, MT yesterday. Many of those supporters waited in line to see Hillary throughout the afternoon. One 16-year-old supporter said she “was thrilled that the candidate was coming to Billings. ‘It’s just an amazing thing to get to see her,’ she said…The crowd started cheering about 7 p.m., and the chants gained momentum when campaign staffers started tossing t-shirts into the bleachers. The crowd spelled out, ‘H-i-l-l-a-r-y’ and shouted, ‘Madame President!’” Read more and more.

Previewing Today: Hillary attends a campaign event in Kyle, SD and hosts a “Solutions for South Dakota’s Future” rally in Rapid City, SD.

On Tap: Tomorrow, Hillary will continue to campaign throughout South Dakota, making stops in Huron and Watertown.

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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

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NewsBusters has a great article about the bias and sexism on Hardball

"Can you blame ardent Clinton camper Lanny Davis for accusing MSNBC, and Matthews in particular, of being "shamelessly biased" against Clinton? Ironically, during Morning Joe's first segment, panelist Tucker Carlson discussed the same phenomenon, describing "the overwhelming press bias in favor of Barack Obama."

Davis says that a member of MSNBC senior management “told me personally that they were aware that they needed to do something to bring credibility back to MSNBC in terms of balance,” and that Matthews himself told Lanny “I’m going to be better.”

Looks like MSNBC needs to go back to the fair-and-balanced drawing board."

Newsweek Shows Hillary as Stronger Candidate - Morning Mika Eats Crow

Morning Mika is forced to swallow the News that Hillary Clinton is the stronger candidate (not Barack Obama )to go against John McCain in November.

CNN covers Misogyny in the media

Panel discusses misogyny in the media and its effect on Hillary Clinton's campaign. Finally it's being recognized.

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Monday, May 26, 2008

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Jehmu Greene -- Barack Obama is desperate!

Jehmu Greene explains why Barack Obama is desperate to bully, push Hillary Clinton out of the election. Along the way she slams an Obama shill named Sarah Flowers who has obviously recieved her marching orders and talking points from the BO campaign "make nicey-nice".

Bill Clinton on why they want to push her out

Bill Clinton explains why the Obama team and in-the-tank MSM is trying so hard to push Hillary out.

Obama camp caught two-faced.

Obama tries to have it both ways. Publicly they are backing away from their initial push of the RFK comment story while behind the scenes they are doing everything they can to push it.

The Obama Campaign can forget about getting any support from the Hillary Supporters. We are voting for Hillary this Fall.

Young Staffers on why they support Hillary

Young campaign staffers explain why they support Hillary.

Latest Hillary News: “Why I Continue To Run”

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May 26th

Previewing Today: Hillary hosts conversations with Puerto Rico families in Bayamon and Guayama. Later today she attends events in Ponce and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Keeping the Faith: Yesterday, Hillary spoke “to a full congregation at the Pabellon de la Victoria evangelical church” in Hormigueros, Puerto Rico. She told the crowd, “There isn't anything we cannot do together if we seek God's blessing and if we stay committed and are not deterred by the setbacks that often fall in every life.” Read more.

Door to Door in Rapid City, SD: South Dakota volunteer canvasser, “Suzan Nolan says, ‘Every single vote makes a difference. It's not over till its over.’ It's a motto Suzan strongly believes in, which is why she volunteered to canvass today. Nolan says, ‘I really believe in Hillary Clinton. She's a strong, educated, experienced woman. By far has more experience than her opponent.’ And because Suzan, like many other Clinton supporters, believes so strongly in the New York Senator, she will continue with her efforts to reach out to more voters one door at a time.” Read more.

Calling for a Debate in Puerto Rico: Hillary has called on Barack Obama to debate a number of times since Pennsylvania. Yesterday, she renewed the call, saying, “I was informed that Univision will sponsor a debate between Sen. Obama and myself about the issues affecting Puerto Rico…I accept that invitation. Anytime, anywhere. That is the best way for the people of Puerto Rico to have their questions asked and answered and for the rest of the United States to learn more about Puerto Rico.” Read more.

May 25th

“Why I Continue To Run” Hillary wrote an op-ed in today’s New York Daily News outlining her reasons for continuing to fight for the Democratic nomination: “I am running because I still believe I can win on the merits. Because, with our economy in crisis, our nation at war, the stakes have never been higher - and the need for real leadership has never been greater - and I believe I can provide that leadership.” Read more.

Automatic Delegate Watch: Hillary received the endorsement of Georgia automatic delegate Verna Cleveland. "More than 17 million Americans have voted for Hillary Clinton in this primary election season and I am proud to continue to support Hillary with my delegate vote at the national convention in August in Denver," Cleveland said. Read more.

Puerto Rico’s Champion: At a campaign stop in Aguadilla, Hillary told a crowd of supporters that she will fight for Puerto Rican families: “My commitment to Puerto Rico did not start last month or last year…I will be Puerto Rico's partner as president and your champion in the White House.” Read more.

In Case You Missed It: “Media Hype - How Small Stories Become Big News” Read more.

Today on the Trail: Hillary hosts “Solutions for Puerto Rican Families” events in Penuelas, Carolina, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

On Tap: Hillary will campaign in South Dakota on Wednesday, with a stop already planned at the Pine Ridge reservation. Read more.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

CNN Political Analyst Calls Hillary A Bitch

I can't believe all the sexism I see every day on TV by the news pundits.

Watch this video, the clip is at the very end.

CNN's Castellanos on Clinton as "white bitch": "[S]ome women, by the way, are named that and it's accurate"

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Today's Hillary News

Count Every Vote: During a campaign stop at Century Village Retirement Community in Boca Raton, FL, Hillary told a crowd of 700 Floridians: “'We believe that casting your vote is the truest expression of your will. Here in Florida, you learned the hard way what happens when your votes aren't counted. If any votes aren't counted, the will of the people isn't realized and our democracy is diminished.” Read more. Read Hillary’s remarks here.

Automatic Delegate Watch: Guam Democratic Party Chair and automatic delegate Pilar Lujan today announced her support for Hillary.

Hillary Strongest in Swing States: A new Quinnipiac University poll out today shows Hillary’s continued strength in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania…She leads Sen. McCain by 7 in both Florida and Ohio and by 13 in Pennsylvania. Read more.

Tomorrow On The Trail: Hillary will campaign in South Dakota, and will host "Solutions For Securing South Dakota's Future" events in Brandon and Brookings.

“Major General Paul Eaton Goes to Bat for Hillary” In Missoula, Montana, Major General Paul Eaton, Ret., told residents that Hillary is the best prepared to be commander in chief and bring the war in Iraq to a safe end. “We’ve got to get a competent leader into the White House,” Eaton said. “Hillary Clinton is hands down electable because she is smart and she is tough.” Read more.

Dalton’s Donation: “Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has her own poster boy: Dalton Hatfield, who, as she reminded us during her victory speeches in both West Virginia and Kentucky, sold his bike and video games to donate more than $400 to her campaign.” Read more.

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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Hillary Wins Kentucky.. Show your support for Hillary


Hillary wins Kentucky BIG and once again shows us that she is ready to be President. Hillary all the way to the White House.

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Election Day in KY and OR: Get Out & Vote For Hillary

Mission Accomplished? Not So Fast: In a campaign memo, Communications Director Howard Wolfson argues “Senator Obama’s plan to declare himself the Democratic nominee [to]night in Iowa is a slap in the face to the millions of voters in the remaining primary states and to Senator Clinton’s 17 million supporters…Premature victory laps and false declarations of victory are unwarranted. Declaring mission accomplished does not make it so. While Senator Obama inaccurately declares himself the nominee, Senator Clinton will continue to work hard, campaigning for every vote in the upcoming states and making the case that she will be the best nominee to take on John McCain and be our next President.” Read more.

Support in KY: At an event yesterday in Maysville, KY, former Gov. Martha Layne Collins said “I'm here because Hillary Clinton is the most experienced and the most prepared…She's no quitter. She is going to go and go…Let me guarantee you, with a woman in the White House, there will be change.” Read more.

Protecting America’s Miners: At a “Get Out The Vote” rally in Prestonsburg, KY yesterday, Hillary unveiled her plan to protect America’s miners. Read more.

Responding to Sen. McCain: Hillary responded yesterday to a speech by Sen. McCain on the economy: “It’s hard to take lectures on economic policy from Senator McCain, who has admitted he doesn’t understand economics, and who thinks the right way to fix our ailing economy is to embrace George Bush’s failed economic strategy. Senator McCain and President Bush are like two sides of the same coin - and it doesn’t amount to a whole lot of change.” Read more.

On Tap: The Clinton campaign today announced Hillary Clinton will return to South Florida tomorrow, Wednesday, May 21.

Previewing Today: Hillary celebrates election night in downtown Louisville at the Marriott Hotel Downtown.

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POLL: Hillary Leads McCain by 7 in Ohio
POLL: Hillary Stronger Among Rural Voters in Swing States

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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Hillary Is The Strongest - Support Hillary Today

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New Poll shows majority of Dems want Hillary to stay in

By the Numbers: A new ABC News/Washington Post poll shows that “more than six in 10 Democrats…64 percent…say Clinton should remain in the race.” A USA Today Poll also shows a majority of Democrats want Hillary to continue. Read more and more.

“Honored to Have Hillary” Yesterday, Hillary made a campaign stop at Westside High School in Wyoming County, WV. “While the hoarseness in her voice indicated the strains of campaigning, her enthusiasm remained strong…‘I’m honored to have Hillary in Wyoming County,’ noted Delegate Richard Browning…‘This speaks volumes about who she cares about – the small town people.’” Read more.

On the Air: In a new radio ad, Hillary encourages West Virginians to get out and vote: “We can pick a president. After all, no Democrat has been elected president without winning West Virginia for almost a hundred years.” Listen here.

“Clinton Fever Hits Bowling Green” “Clinton fever has come to Bowling Green. ‘Kentucky for Hillary’ opened a new office and held an open house Monday. Crowds turned out to show support for their favorite candidate. A candidate they hope will stand out in Kentucky next week…‘The woman has a lot of purpose,’ said Barbara Burns, a Clinton supporter. ‘She wants to serve our country as best she can, and I believe she can do that as president.’” Read more.

SD Endorsement Watch: Yesterday, 41 former South Dakota state legislators and constitutional officers endorsed Hillary for President. “With over 330 years of combined experience,” they believe that “South Dakotans need a President who will stand with them.” Former State Representative Al Waltman said, “Hillary Clinton has real solutions to our economic problems…and she has the experience and resolve to make those plans a reality.” Read more.

Previewing Today: Hillary celebrates election night in Charleston, WV.

On Tap: This Friday and Saturday, Hillary returns to the Beaver State, where she will meet with Oregonians from across the state.

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Friday, May 9, 2008

Strongest at the Top of the Ticket

Three Generations
Hillary, her mother, and her daughter together at an event.

Strongest at the Top of the Ticket: Several members of Congress released a letter today to other Democrats touting their support for Hillary, saying she is the strongest candidate to have at the top of the ticket in the fall: “[W]e are convinced that Hillary Clinton has the vision, skills and commitment to make the changes our country needs. As Democrats who have run and won in competitive Congressional districts and battleground states, we believe that Hillary is best positioned to successfully lead the Democratic ticket in districts and states like ours around the country.” Read the letter.

Automatic Delegate Watch: Hillary received the endorsement of automatic delegate and Congressman Chris Carney (D-PA). Read more.

Honoring the Votes of Millions of People: In a letter written to Sen. Obama yesterday, Hillary urges him to “honor the votes of the millions of people who went to the polls in Florida and Michigan…One of the foremost principles of our party is that citizens be allowed to vote and that those votes be counted.” Read the letter.

Previewing Today: “Hillary Clinton catches up with former Make-A-Wish winner Oregonian, still a big fan, now works for the former first lady's campaign.” Read more.

WV Endorsement Watch: “Former West Virginia Governor Hulett Smith announced his endorsement of Hillary …citing the Senator’s commitment to fiscal responsibility, veterans, and the economy.” Read more.

Hillary Clinton Would be the Stronger Candidate” The Charleston Daily Mail endorsed Hillary yesterday, saying: “She is by far the more experienced of the Democratic candidates, and the one who has had to learn the most about West Virginia.” Read more.

West Virginia is a Test: At a rally in Charleston, WV yesterday, Hillary said: “I'm running to be president of all 50 states…I think we ought to keep this going so the people of West Virginia's voices are heard…West Virginia is a test…It's a test for me and a test for Sen. Obama.” Read more.

South Dakota “Appearance Thrills Supporters” One South Dakota supporter at Hillary’s Sioux Falls rally yesterday said: “"It feels good to be this close to hopefully the next president.” Read more.

Support for the Farm Bill: Hillary released the following statement today: “Unfortunately, the Bush Administration is signaling that the President will veto the [farm] bill. Saying no to the farm bill would be saying no to rural America. I call on President Bush to get out of the way. When Congress sends President Bush the farm bill, he needs to sign it so we can start taking care of rural America.” Read more.

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Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Let's Keep Winning Together

Here is a letter from Hillary Clinton sent out today to all supporters

Today, in every way that I know how, I am expressing my personal determination to keep forging forward in this campaign.

After our come-from-behind victory in Indiana, there are just 28 days of voting left. But we've never campaigned with the stakes as high or the time as short as they will be over the next four weeks.

And with you by my side, I'm going to keep fighting for what I believe in until every voter has had his or her say.

From the very beginning, you and I have counted on one another, working through every challenge and seizing every opportunity. That's not just the way our campaign works. That's the way America works.

As we enter the final four weeks of this contest, let's keep working our hearts out.

Contribute now to keep moving our campaign forward.

In six days, we have the chance to show our strength in West Virginia. If you'll stand with me, it's an opportunity I intend to make the most of.

There's no question about it -- we've got to make every one of these next 28 days count -- starting with today.

Contribute now, and let's keep winning together.

As we've told each other time and time again. There will be good days and not so good days in the course of this campaign. But there will never be a day that we can't count on one another.

As we enter the final 28 days of voting, I know you'll give it everything you've got. And you know I will do the same.

Thanks for being such a wonderful friend and ally,

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Vote For Hillary In NC & Indiana Today!!

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Latest Hillary News May 6th

Energized: Hillary “had been campaigning for more than 16 hours when she strode onto the stage at Evansville Central High School just before 11 p.m….But Clinton betrayed barely a hint of fatigue as she beamed at a crowd of screaming supporters at the high school. ‘This campaign has been a joy,’ she said…Clinton has brought a new zeal to the trail in recent weeks that she shows no signs of abandoning.” Read more.

By the Numbers: “The latest Ipsos poll conducted over the weekend shows that on the eve of the Indiana and North Carolina primaries, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has taken over the lead in popular support from Democrats nationally (47-40).” Less than two weeks ago, Ipsos showed Sen. Obama leading nationally. Read more.

If You Watch One Thing: “Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton appeared on Monday on the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ to deliver the ‘Top 10’ reasons she loves America, which included the ability to order her trademark pantsuits around the clock on the Internet.”

Why I Support Hillary: General Hugh Shelton, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on why he supports Hillary: “We need a president who will end this war honorably…Clinton is the best person for the huge challenge we still face in Iraq…[she] has gotten to know our military during her time as first lady and as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee…She understands the impact of endless commitments on the service families who also serve our country…After five years, we now have the opportunity to bring this war to an honorable end, with Sen. Clinton as our next commander-in-chief.” Read more.

Sen. Obama’s Attacks Debunked: “Obama is wrong about the gas tax: Think Clinton’s plan to suspend the gas tax temporarily is a bad idea? A similar measure in Illinois - which Obama backed - seems to have helped consumers.” Read more.

“Illuminating, Inspiring” A Charleston Gazette op-ed describes how “Hillary Clinton’s performance on the Senate Armed Services Committee demonstrates her deep desire to know everything necessary to lead this country in difficult, even dangerous, times.” Read more.

Clinton Is Right For Democrats: The Bend Bulletin endorsed Hillary yesterday: “[S]he is a candidate of proven substance. Even if you discount the value of her eight years as first lady — which, if nothing else, familiarized her with the position she seeks — her Senate tenure has been more than twice as long as Obama’s… this country would be better off under the leadership of a pragmatic realist than a celebrity politician whose legislative record, such as it is, contradicts his oratory. In any case, she’d probably be more likely than Obama to defeat McCain in November.”

Clinton. Why She Should Win!
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Friday, May 2, 2008

100+ Reasons Why People Support Hillary

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Iran Scared Of Hillary
From the NY Times

Iran has lodged a formal protest at the United Nations about comments by Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton that the United States would “totally obliterate” Iran if it attacked Israel with nuclear weapons, the state-run news agency, IRNA, reported Thursday."

Another reason why I love Hillary. She is tough and means business.

Former DNC chiefs to members: Back Hillary
from the Gaurdian
Seven former Democratic National Committee chairmen have penned an open letter to DNC members urging them to support Hillary Clinton.

Those of us who support Hillary Clinton for president do so with the knowledge that she, just like us, has dedicated her life to improving the standard of living for others, and she has worked to make our Party the strong force that it is today. Her values are our Party's values. Her record of fiscal prudence is matched by her commitment to social responsibility. Her accomplishments in the area of strengthening America's security are a matter of public record.

Hillary has run one of the most formidable campaigns in the history of our Party. Her wins this primary season are significant - Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas. Her base of support includes women, Hispanics, seniors, Catholics, middle and low income Americans, and rural, suburban and urban voters. That's a formidable coalition tailor-made for victory in a November general election.

Hillary on the Choice of Who Pays the Gas Tax
Hillary wants the oil companies to pay the gas tax, rather than hardworking Americans.

A Star Endorsement
The Indianapolis Star today endorsed Hillary: Hillary “offers nuanced positions on how to address the war in Iraq, trade with China and economic expansion. Her depth of knowledge is remarkable…[she] is well prepared for the rigors of the White House. She is tough, experienced and realistic about what can and cannot be accomplished on the world stage…Hillary Clinton is the better choice.” Read more.

HRC Strongest v. McCain:
“A spate of new public polls out this week confirms what we have been arguing for some time: Hillary Clinton is the strongest candidate to beat John McCain in November. The data shows that Clinton not only outperforms Obama in head-to-head matchups, but is also stronger in the all important subcategories that serve as bellwethers for a candidate’s overall strength. In addition, new data out [yesterday] in three swing states vital to Democratic prospects in November show Clinton beating McCain.” Read more and more.

Superdelegate Watch:
Five superdelegates announced their support for Hillary yesterday. Read more and more.

Bill Clinton Jokes About Chelsea "Mom Will Be A Better President"

This is funny

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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Hillary's Message to Guam

Hillary sends a special message to Guam on the eve of their upcoming primary.

Hillary Is Determined

North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley says Hillary is the one we can count on to get the job done.

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