Skip to comments.Lets take her out once and for all
Posted on 02/20/2008 11:19:43 AM PST by Colt_45cal
CALLING ON ALL REPUBLICANS IN THE GREAT STATE OF TEXAS
Last night Hillery said she was "ready to defeat the Republicans" I say we have a rare opportunity to take her on directly, and take her out.
The state of Texas has open voting. We should all tell/plead/beg our friends and family in Texas to "pimp" ourselves out for one day. Vote Obama and sweep that woman into the dust bin of history.
Here's our chance republicans - why do you hesitate?
Like it or not, Maverick is our horse. His nomination is sure. Lets use our vote wisely on March 4th and end this once and for all.
She wants to take on the Republicans huh? I say we should meet her on the battle field of Texas and give her exactly what she wants - a royal butt whipping. I just hope she dont cry again.
Exactly, it has to be so close that about half of the Dhimmicrat party feels "victimized" & "disenfranchised" by the machine politics that will take place at the convention.
I told colt45 on another thread - yeah, it would "feel good" to take her out, I'd be singing "ding dong, the witch is dead" right along with him.
But it's the same "feels good" that you might get from chewing out a cop when he pulls you over - and nothing long term good comes of it.
Can’t wait for Hillary to put on some chaps, 10 gallon hat, kerchief, chaw of tobaccy and campaign in Texas.
Please, name the number of left leaning or moderate folks that you’ve talked to that give a damn about substance.
i want her to take the nomination after having lost the primaries ... it would tear the democrat party apart
Frankly I have to agree. I think (hope - or dare I use that word?) that Obama will be seen as the empty suit that he is once H! is gone. I think the only thing that he has going for him now is that he is not Hillary. Even the Rats are tired of her.
That won’t work in November of H! is our of the mix. She won’t be seen as the alternative. Furthermore I think she is so cunning and devious that she should be stomped out pretty much at all cost. Maybe I have HDS and am blinded by it.
OF course this all assumes that we think the (R) alternative is better.
Plus there are at least 20% of the Democrats who will not ever under any circumstances vote for a black candidate.
A vote for Obama is a vote for the weakest candidate, and for the candidate who will draw the fewest Democrat voters in the General election next Fall.
McCain versus Hillary would be a closer race. I wouldn’t be totally shocked to see Obama will all 50 states versus McCain. I don’t think Obamamania is going away any time soon.
You’re the one that’s nuts if you think the Clintons are weaker than a political novice. He may be flying high NOW, but it’s a long way to November-and there are a lot of people who won’t vote for a black-regardless of what they tell polsters. But there are a TON of women who would vote for the Clintons. Do the math. Blacks-13% of population. Women-51% of population. Add to the women the spanish (including illegals), the meterosexual males, the men (and women) who want to give Bill a third term,voting fraud, etc; and you’re asking for disaster. And that ‘go to DU because you don’t think like me’ is getting old and childish. There should be room for disagreement here without getting insulting about it. A lot of you have forgotten the 90s, apparently. I, for one, am still filled with a burning unbridled hatred for these two slimy ba$tards, and I want them to have the least chance possible to soil the White House again. Because if they get back, we’re going to have them for eight more years. I personally couldn’t take it-my blood pressure alone would kill me.
Open primaries GAVE us McCain.
Time for a little payback.
Nominate Obama and you get President Obama.
The media is gonna label a black democrat as an empty suit? Obama will become the smartest man on the planet. Probably win an Oscar and a Nobel Prize prior to the election.
Hillary’s already killed her chances in Texas. She called for a gun control summit. Here in Texas you might as well say you’re for banning beer.
Yeah, like Obama is better than Hillary. Get real.
I agree to take her out, but my reasons are simple. I don’t care who McCain can or cannot beat. Our country has seen a steady decline to the crapper when it comes to morals, standards, ethics, values (family or otherwise).
Lies, perjury, misuses and abuses of power (FBI files, IRS audits etc...), redefining “is” (WTF?), allegations of rape and sexual misconduct. I suppose I could go on and on. Feel free to add to my small but meaningly significant list.
And frankly, I’m not sure we’re going to get more of the same between Obama and McCain, but whatever it takes, get the Clintons away from and out of power so they can stop using our legal systems and our corrupted form of Government to escape and evade the law(s) while continuing to commit crimes against our country and law abiding citizens interested in the truth about them. Let them defend themselves like us normal people have to without the shadow and insulation of our government and our supreme offices which they have trampled on simply in the interest of protecting themselves while destroying those who stand in their way.
Good grief, get rid of them....and do it now...
They won’t voluntarily go away, so make them. We don’t need another 8 years and then the prospect of Chelsea.
I don't know about Hillary. If she looks like THIS now:
Can you imagine what she'll look like in 4 years? She ain't a fine wine...
I’ve been here since 2001 under this screen name and another year before that under another. I think my post history indicates that I’m not a DU spy.
With that out of the way, please let me say that I agree with the topic starter. Take out Hillary once and for all.
The idea of one candidate or another being “weaker” is a dangerous game. A candidate that looks weak in February can look pretty formidable in September, and vice versa.
Also, if Hillary gets the nomination and wins (shudder), we get up to eight years of Clintonism again. Obama is dangerous but its naive to think he’s less dangerous than Hillary and Bill. The only thing that kept Bill in check last time was a GOP congress led by Newt Gingrich. We won’t see that again.
Furthermore, under the very polls that people use to claim that Obama is the “stronger” candidate, we see that a Clinton-McCain race is still effectively too close to call. So by nominating Hillary you are putting her and Bill all that closer to at least a 50/50 shot at the WH.
Finally, if Hillary gets the nomination and loses, Obama will be the frontrunner for 2012, running against a very old John McCain (or his VP). He will probably win. So we will get a President Obama four years later.
Bottom line: take her out now.
“McCain versus Hillary would be a closer race.”
Yeah, she’ll win 47 states, instead of Obama’s 50 against McCain.
I’m on the side of getting rid of the Clintons ASAP. It’s the only thing left for us in this election at all.
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