Sunday, September 14, 2008

Rumor! Hillary to replace Biden as VP - Take The Poll

Rumor all over the internet is that Biden is going to step down due to a health issue and that Hillary is going to replace him as VP. Here is a link to recent chatter on the internet

What does everyone think about this? Take the poll



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27 comments:

Anonymous said...

If the president of the us is going to die in office next year - whether it's john or barack - who would you want to be president? hillary or sarah?

seasonedcook said...

I am telling you, this is getting sicker by the day. What are they trying to pull now..That would be nice if Hillary was chosen in the 1st place...But this is sick who ever is spreading this junk..Biden's health issue would have came up when he was vetted..I am sick of of the way the news media has played this for all the dough they can muster..Hillary would be crazy to fall for this...If this is what Bill and Obama talked about last week, then both of them are grasping at straws....Hillary should tell Obama and the media to kiss her A_ _! She deserves better then this.

Anonymous said...

Even if this stroy is true, I still will not give my vote to this ticket. Hillary deserves the highest (not the second) job position, but Mr. Obama does not.

If this story is true, it indicates the big "flip-flop" of Mr. Obama. He will do whatever it takes to be president.

If the story is true and if Hillary accepts the offer, I have no respect on her decision anymore.

No way No Obama as president.

Anonymous said...

I agree with posters, no way,
Hillary don't do it.
This is nonsense.
No Obama No Way regardless.
I pray for Biden, he has had a tough go in life. I just can't support Obama no matter who is VP.
I wish I didn't feel that way but nothing can change it. Hillary top or no DNC for me. They are not trustworthy group anymore. Neither are the Republicans but 2 mavericks I will make an exception this year.

Anonymous said...

I also will make another exception this year--McCain/Palin 2008

Jane Heffelfinger said...

For those not following closely, the VP choice for the Independent party was asked if he would step aside if Ron Paul would accept the VP position for the Independents.

I believe that's where the rumor began.

I have no idea if it is true, but it would throw another wrench in the motor.

As we should have learned from this experience is that nothing should shock or amaze any Hillary supporters.

Ricco said...

NOOOOOOOO. Hillary won't do it anyway. Why would she? Why would she want to be on a losing ticket with a campaign that has done nothing but wipe thier feet on her and her reputation? Why would she take the chance of helping this loser win and ruin her chances at being at the top of the ticket in 2012? The ONLY way I would vote for Hillary and Obama in 2008 is if she is on top of the ticket and Obama is demoted to VP.

The McCain/Palin ticket will turn the whole lack of vetting issue on Obama. How could he choose someone in such poor health? Why didn't he choose Hillary in the first place? Is he so deperate to win he will do anything? I can't see how Hillary would agree and if she did she wouldnt be the person I thought she was.

Anonymous said...

FIRST of All! The Democrats AND the MEDIA have the President DEAD before he is even elected?? Second, I would trust Palin with the Presidency OVER Obama ANYDAY! So, to ask if the President died would we rather have Hillary or Palin is a stupid question. Obama will probably live to be 100 so that is a MOOT point...as much as everyone would like to conjer up ways that Hill can get in that office..thanks to Obama and the DNC it's not going to happen. And McCain/Palin has much MORE sense and experience than Obama. This little testing of the waters to see if kicking Biden to the curb and snatching back Hillary I hope will backfire right in his crooked little face.

truthisgold said...

Hillary at the top or it's a flop.

Don't take the bait in '08. She can wait.

Anonymous said...

Net take: Here's what an honorable DNC would do - invalidate the first ballot of the nomination process, and initiate a second ballot on a reconvened session, requiring an honest count of Hillary's wins, and cancelling Obama's freebie delegates. Further, require the super delegates to vote according to the primary voter choices, remembering Hillary won the big states. Discard caucus results in states like Texas which also had a primary. And the winner is Hillary. She picks a new VP. Game over Obama. NoWay NoHow NoObama on top. Not OK to abuse Hillary again, this time as VP. PS to DNC - wondering about those donations requests you made? I still have them, ready for the round file.

Masha said...

I like Biden and wish him well. Actually, it's Obama who looks sick to me (he also makes me sick). It would be a great idea to have Hillary replace him! He's a loser.

Clinton /Biden 2009

Carolyn said...

NO HOW NO WAY NOBAMA, I would hope that Hillary would not accept the VP if this rumor is true. I have been a Democrat for 40 years, but recently changed to Independent because of the mistreatment of Hillary by the DNC. Howard, Nancy, Donna, and the rest of them need to be taught a lesson. My family feels the same as I, so we say NOBAMA McCain/Palin for us.

Anonymous said...

Totally agree with this poster:

NO HOW NO WAY NOBAMA, I would hope that Hillary would not accept the VP if this rumor is true. I have been a Democrat for 40 years, but recently changed to Independent because of the mistreatment of Hillary by the DNC. Howard, Nancy, Donna, and the rest of them need to be taught a lesson. My family feels the same as I, so we say NOBAMA McCain/Palin for us.

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As I posted some days ago, I'd vote for my dog before I'd vote for Obama, and my dog's been dead for 10 years. I would have only voted Democratic only if Hillary was at the top of the ticket.

DARRELL REED said...

The Obamination Campaign is starting to worry,and I would be willing to bet my last dollar that it is his campaign putting out this crap to see how many dummies they can get to say yes!
Then I believe if they can get enough dummies to say yes then Biden for the good of the party will become to ill and resign,and Hillary would be ask to take his place,of course for the good of the party.

DARRELL REED said...

GO TO MYSPACE FOR A SIMILAR POLE,ONLY IT ASK IF IT'S OBAMA'S IDEA.

beth said...

Internet rumors aren't worth the paper they're printed on.

Biden isn't stepping aside short of a major scandal or health problem.

Like it or not, this is the ticket (besides, don't you think Hill will have far more power - and independence - in the Senate? )

HiLLGAL2008 said...

He could ask her to marry him and I still would say...too littl too late...he's done, she's done I will not go back to Senator Clinton,. we invested so much time and money and begged her to walk away and let him hang himself...but, it seems she didn't carer as much about what her 18,000,000 cracks felt and wanted as she did herself in 2012...I am afraid her shot is over...as to my vote it is going with someone who is an honorable man and a guttsy woman and maybe in 2016 Sarah Palin will be the woman we all thought Senator Clinton was.....we even offered to pay off Senator CLinton's campaign debt...she still caved...Obama can go to Kenya or Hawaii or whereever he sent Rev. Wright.....for all I care or he can go to the Queen Oprah compound....my vote goes to McCain and Palin...

Anonymous said...

I agree. Hillary has bent towards Mr. Obama too much. For me, she is done too. The way she came out for Mr. Obama lately is just too much of politics for me. I also pitched in to pay her debt.

Bye bye the Democratic Party.

Anonymous said...

So much anger here. Is this a sixth-grade playground of pointing fingers and name calling? No, it's the future of the country. McCain has already shown that he'll do whatever the behind-the-scenes Bush/Rove puppeteers want him to do, so how can you believe he'll be any better president than Bush? I don't love Obama either, but he's getting my vote. If you want more Katrina, Wall St. disaster, job losses, pollution, giant oil profits, global warming, no health care, smug indifference to the working class, right wing pro-life Supreme Court, bye-bye Roe v. Wade, Abu Graib, lying to American to wage a war, go ahead and vote for the Republican machine and the new face they're putting on it. That'll show Obama!

Anonymous said...

All of you people that would vote for McCain/Palin because Hillary did not get the nomination are as dumb as dirt. When our country is in a time of economic diaster, you would be spitful and vote Republican. I'm a huge Hillary supporter, but I will vote for Obama as this country can't afford another four years of the Bush policy. Vote smart and vote for Obama.

Anonymous said...

All I can say is "DO YOUR HOMEWORK"! You Obama people, do you know who you are supporting? Do you ever look outside the MSM? Did you know Bush had predicted 17 times publicly this year, that if Congress would not look into the mortgage crisis, this was going to happen? Did you know McCain co-sponsored legislation at least 4 times to reform Fannie/Freddie that your precious Democrat congress shot down? They knew all this would happen, yet look how many sheep are willing to go with Obama because he is blaming Republicans? Any ideas where 60% of Obama's campaign contributions came from? Hint: It wasn't us little guys.

Anonymous said...

How can you honestly say that you would trust Sara Palin in office? You talk about the Republican ticket as if they are straight shooters or should I say "Mavericks". Unreal, no one even knew who she was before McCain picked her. If you think that McCain and Palin can save us from this financial crisis why don't you look at the moron in office right now that you probably voted for twice and try to make more excuses as to why it isn't his fault. You honestly believe that there will be a change in the way this country is run by selecting a Republican ticket that runs on the same ideals as George Bush? This country was on it's way out of debt under Bill Clinton and somehow, unrelated to George Bush, it has tanked in the last 8 years. Couldn't be directly correlated to Bush in any way right? Must be someone else's fault. If you like to make lame excuses for your leaders get ready to keep it up if McCain ends up in office. Unreal how thick headed some people are.

Anonymous said...

And where does all of Bush's funding come from? Big Oil? Oh no that can't be right, Bush predicted this? Bush couldn't predict what socks he is going to wear tomorrow. I'm not saying Obama is the best answer but in no way shape or form is McCain the right answer. He has publicly admitted that he knows little about economic issues and more about national security. Hey do you think this bail out would be more justified if we weren't already spending 600 billion dollars on the iraq war? Didn't your pal Bush "predict" that would cost us between 60 to 100 billion? Wow he is decent at making predictions huh?

Anonymous said...

Obama's camp probably launched the rumors to see how Hillary's voters react to it. I am sick of his dirty tricks. Hillary 2012 !

DARRELL REED said...

to you anonymous who claims we are dumb as dirt for supporting McCain.i would rather be dirt dumb than stupid blind,at least we see obama for what he is!a lying low life who steals elections with the help of obamazombies waiting for the messiah to come down from mount.i would not be voting for McCain if your god like politician had not stolen the nomination from HILLARY,with the help of the DNC.
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PartyUnityMyAss

Jane Heffelfinger said...

Reading through the postings I realize that I miswrote in the earlier post when I wrote Independent Party. Please forgive me!!!

tenn82 said...

Hello, everyone I hope all of you are doing well. I would just like to say that I hope Hillary does not except the V.P slot. This would truly be unfare to her and very disrespectfull of the Obama camp to do so. He made an error in judgemen by not choosing her in the first place. In my opinion experience counts for something. We are fighting two wars and our economy is in shambles. This is not the time to be partisan American's we should all take some time and look deep in side ourselves and choose the person who is ready to lead our country in trying times. I am a democrat and have been my entire life but I am still an undecided voter. We should all learn to appreciate both candidates. Obama has done some good things and McCain has defended this country in a time of war and he deserves to be respected as well. This election will be one that we will remember for a very long time and the choices that we make will affect our futures and those of our children. America let's choose the person who is best ready to lead this great country of ours and we will all have to make that decision for ourselves. God bless us and God bless America.