Friday, October 10, 2008

Obama now praises the Clinton era

Here is a Quote from the Boston
"We need to do what we did in the 1990s and create millions of new jobs and not lose them," he told 6,000 people in Abington, outside Philadelphia, last week. "We need to do what we did in the 1990s and make sure people's incomes are going up and not down. We need to do what a guy named Bill Clinton did in the 1990s and put people first again." (Boston.com)
It is funny that a year ago everyone seemed to forget how awesome the 90's were. The way Obama supporters referred to the Clinton era a year ago you would have thought they were talking about the Bush administration.
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9 comments:

Sherri said...

When is the dem core gonna wake up to the fact this man is not who he says he is? He will say and do anything to get in office, alot of questionable friends along the way have made his climb to power even possible. Just how many "ties" does he have to have before people see he is dangerous! I will not vote for him....ever!

Irene, KozeeLady said...

Too little, too late!!! "Funny" how bama always talks about the Clintons when his campaign thinks the election isn't a sure thing! I guess he doesn't think that Mr. Clinton is a racist now!

Anonymous said...

It just never ceases to amaze me how Obama can be...he couldn't diss Hillary or Bill enough and now.....he can't say enough good about them...nothing like riding on their shirt tails...he really isn't who he says he is...he just wants all of us to believe that he's some sort of a God...which he isn't and never will be!! I won't vote for him...I know that's what Hillary wants all of us to do....however, Obama doesn't deserve to become POTUS!!

Anonymous said...

That's okay, give Obama a day or maybe even a few hours and they will both be RACIST'S AGAIN! If he can make a racist statement out of "that one" when John McCain referrd to him as "that one" well, we all know he is as Rediculous a liar as they come. I feel for Hillary rigth now. Cheryl from Maryland

Anonymous said...

Obama is all about hope & change: what he says keeps changing, and he hopes nobody will notice!

Anonymous said...

I believe that if We The People unite and all WRITE IN CLINTON on Election Day, we'd get REAL CHANGE with a qualified leader who can fix America. I hope the 18 million are smart enough to fight back against a party leadership that thought it more important to advance an agenda over nominating the real winner. Please stand with me. Here is my email:

Crystal@thecoveragefactor.com

Anonymous said...

I hope you dont think that your write in will get OUR HILLARY in so you might want to just stop. You want a republican or democrat? That is what it comes down to now. Its a done deal. Hillary 2012 and get over it and stop whining. You want Mcain do it and we will see. Blame Howard Dean for this error, tell him something because this is his fault! He is so far gone and he should not be leading the DNC. But he is so gripe at him not Obama. People must be missing the whole point on this, How sad!

Je'Amour(Betty) said...

"Once" again I must remind you if you write in Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton's name it is a vote for Obama

beth said...

"Once" again I must remind you if you write in Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton's name it is a vote for Obama

No, it's a vote for futility, and you may a well not bother.

The only way to vote for Obama is to vote for Obama.

The only way to vote for McCain is to vote for McCain.