Re: Clinton's 'experience:' Exactly what is it?
- From: richardhutnik@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2008 09:19:58 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 1, 1:59 pm, Gene <Retired...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Obama is likely to win Iowa. He wins New Hampshire, then it means
Hillary is about done, as she should be. Please tell me exactly how
Hillary has more experience than Obama.
Hope you are wrong.
In my view, Obama will be a disaster. We are in such a hurry to elect a
black that we don't seem to care about his stands or his experience. His
words are not JFK like as many like to think and his views are way to far
left and very reactionary.
With Hillary, it is a case of being in a hurry to get Bill back in the
White House, and also she is a woman. She has marginal experience at
best. Anyhow Obama is leading in Iowa now.
Depends. If you think Hillary is a 'fine little woman' type who makes
curtains and dinner then you'd be right.
But Hillary doesn't come off that way to me and seems more like a partner
like my wife is.
Which means she shared in the two terms Bill spent as a Govenor and the
two terms as a President and was an advisor on many issues and was privy
to the inner workings of government at the state and federal level.
And you can say the same of Laura Bush. Just because someone is
marketing as "oh, she seems to be like she is active". Obama has been
a lawmaker longer than Hillary has for one thing. And what you say
could apply to Karl Rove. Gee, he was a witness to much inner
workings also. Doesn't mean it is the same as actually running
anything, or being involved in the lawmaking process.
It seemed to serve her well, she was one of the most active junior
Senators I can remember. In fact one of the principle complains by the
repugs was that she didn't act 'junior' enough for them.
She tries to get a lot of laws passed she writes that end up failing
miserably usually. People took shots at Ron Paul for this, well
Hillary is about on par with that.
The importance of Iowa and NH is doubtful these days
Obama is an empty suit. (No, Obama is not a blackman. He's more a
caracature of a blackman one would find in Forbs Magazine.)
I hope Edwards wins and he might. But if not him then Hillary will do.
Hillary is more of an empty suit than Obama is..
She will do on several levels.
One, she is a woman and it's time for a woman.
Say who? Because it is "time for a woman" that means the Republicans
should run Condi also?
Two, she is a Clinton and will rinse the Bush taste out of our collective
mouths better than any other name.
Hillary is NOT Bill. She doesn't have the same level of experience.
She hasn't run anything, and hardly has any legislative experience.
She hasn't even run anything notable at all either. But wait, you
see, you actually aren't voting to have Hillary making decisions. You
want the figurehead woman, and believe Bill will become major in
policy making. Hillary is a way for you to circumvent the term
Hey, shoot, yeah get Hillary in there, and Bill can bring his new
Uncle, Sr. Bush, into the White House. Shoot, Sr. Bush will serve as
a foreign policy advisor.
Three, she is a Clinton and poking a stick into the eye of the repugs and
twisting it for at least four years is something worth a vote. The
thought of eight years would be ideal.
Yes, and then you get Jeb Bush next. The moment you get out of this
Clinton-Bush war based on hating another name, you will be able to see
When I asked for someone to present to me why Hillary would make a
great president, I get, "Gee she is a woman with the last name
Clinton". Seriously? So, let's see, we get Jeb Bush next, and then
Chelsea Clinton, right? She is a woman Clinton and we need more of