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  • Hillary: Up to her old tricks

    12/01/2010 10:56:14 AM PST · by Hojczyk · 14 replies · 1+ views
    The Hill ^ | November 30,2010 | Dick Morris
    The WikiLeaks documents show that Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has, as Voltaire said about the Bourbon kings of France, learned nothing and forgotten nothing. Her request that American diplomats at foreign postings and the United Nations gather personal data about their foreign counterparts is eerily reminiscent of her use of private detectives to unearth negative information on those who were politically inconvenient during the husband’s campaigns for president and his White House tenure. At the time, I called these operatives, the “secret police.” Now, apparently, we call them the “diplomatic corps.” The WikiLeaks documents show that you can...
  • Hillary Clinton Tells Common Sense Media She Would Support Video Game Legislation

    12/23/2007 4:30:02 PM PST · by steve-b · 39 replies · 342+ views
    Last week, GamePolitics reported on Common Sense Media's survey of the 2008 presidential candidates and where they stand on media issues, including those related to video games. While the initial response from candidates was somewhat sparse (only John Edwards, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and Bill Richardson replied in time for CSM's release deadline), Sen. Hillary Clinton, the Democratic frontrunner, has now weighed in. Here is CSM's question on the topic of video game legislation, posed to Clinton and other responding candidates: To date, nearly 10 states have considered legislation to keep violent video games out of kids' hands. Would you...
  • Caption Hillary looking like a mental patient at last night's Dem debate (brace yourself)

    10/31/2007 4:41:35 AM PDT · by redstates4ever · 86 replies · 215+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 10/30/07 | staff
  • Don't Just Keep the Electoral College; Repeal the 17th Amendment

    10/25/2007 3:50:46 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 17 replies · 659+ views
    Future of Freedom Foundation ^ | December 2000 | Sheldon Richman
    In the heat of the electoral controversy — the worst possible time to make constitutional decisions — many people, such as Senator-elect Hillary Rodham Clinton, are calling for an end to the Electoral College. Big mistake. Someone once said, Don’t knock down a wall merely because you cannot immediately see what it’s good for. The same can be said for the Electoral College. We should keep in mind that the Founding Fathers were of somewhat better caliber than the politician you are likely to see on television, including those with presidential ambitions. The Electoral College was not an idea floating...
  • Hillibuster (Hillary will energize the GOP base)

    09/27/2007 10:27:38 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 90 replies · 148+ views
    The Daily Iowan ^ | September 27, 2007 | Kathleen Watson
    There's currently only one candidate capable of mobilizing the Republican base for a widespread "get-out-the-vote" drive in the upcoming presidential election. It's not Mitt Romney or newcomer Fred Thompson. One potential candidate could mobilize the Republican base beyond anything that Karl Rove ever dreamed of, and that's Hillary Rodham Clinton. It's only fair. George W. Bush certainly contributed to the Democratic victory in the 2006 midterm elections. If Hillary receives the nomination, we may discover who hates whom more - the Democrats vs. George W. Bush, or the Republicans vs. Rodham Clinton? (Continued)
  • Women Will Elect the Next President

    09/20/2007 7:17:05 AM PDT · by HoosierGirl25 · 95 replies · 75+ views
    Human Events ^ | 9/20/2007 | Ericka Andersen
    Fact: 54% of voters in the 2004 election were women and that’s good news for Hillary Clinton (D-NY). According to various news reports, Clinton employs six full-time staffers specifically for women’s outreach -- more than any other candidate -- to reel in the female vote. For now, Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) in the Democratic race by a 42-23% (according to the latest RCP poll) margin and will likely take the nomination for 2008. She knows how critical that female vote is, which is why she participated in a Women in Public Policy (WIPP) event yesterday. Clinton used the...
  • Clinton AP Interview: "...prove to their employers they have insurance as part of a job interview."

    09/18/2007 7:38:39 PM PDT · by Fitzy_888 · 48 replies · 968+ views
    Associated Press ^ | September 18, 2007 | WASHINGTON (AP)
    Clinton AP Interview Associated Press - September 18, 2007 12:03 PM ET WASHINGTON (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton says as of right now, her health care plan wouldn't punish people who aren't insured. The Democratic presidential candidate tells The Associated Press that requiring every American to purchase health insurance is the only way to achieve universal health care. She says her plan would provide incentives and tax credits. But she says she hasn't proposed punitive measures for those who don't buy in. Clinton says she can envision a day when people would have to prove to their employers they have...
  • Caption Hillary

    07/30/2007 4:41:32 AM PDT · by redstates4ever · 38 replies · 615+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 7/27/07 | staff
  • Caption this photo: John "Breck Girl" Edwards and Hillary "The Hildebeast" Clinton

    07/13/2007 11:08:53 AM PDT · by seanmerc · 73 replies · 2,508+ views
  • Hillary to Attend YearlyKos Netroots Convention

    07/12/2007 1:23:10 PM PDT · by Baladas · 24 replies · 929+ views
    The Nation ^ | July 12, 2007 | The Nation
    The Nation -- Today Hillary Clinton's campaign announced she will attend the YearlyKos convention this August, the official annual gathering of the progressive netroots. Writing in a diary at DailyKos, Clinton Internet Director Peter Daou said he was "happy" to announce that Clinton planned to attend the convention. "I'm looking forward to being there as well - last year's was great and I'm sure this time around it'll be even better," he added. The 6-line post drew over 390 comments. Clinton is the last major Democratic candidate to confirm her attendance at the convention in Chicago. Edwards, Obama and Richardson...
  • A Progressive Backlash? By Alan Reynolds

    06/02/2007 2:50:47 PM PDT · by K-oneTexas · 18 replies · 758+ views
    IBD Editorials ^ | 1 June 2007 | Alan Reynolds
    A Progressive Backlash? By ALAN REYNOLDS Friday, June 01, 2007 It suddenly became clear that Hillary Clinton and her advisors intend to run a negative presidential campaign — not negative about other candidates, but about the U.S. economy. Last Tuesday, Sen. Clinton launched her "Modern Progressive Vision: Shared Prosperity," which strains to justify "returning high-income tax rates to the 1990s levels." It was full of gloomy rhetoric blaming "globalization" (bargains at Wal-Mart?) for some bizarre allegations about falling U.S. living standards for all but a lucky few. Clinton said, "Last year, the share of America's national income . . ....
  • The Real Hillary's Raw Socialism

    05/31/2007 3:03:20 PM PDT · by Kitten Festival · 53 replies · 1,276+ views
    IBD Editorials ^ | 31 May 2007 | Staff
    Election 2008: Sen. Hillary Clinton shared on Tuesday her vision of the U.S. economy under her executive stewardship. She should change her party affiliation — or the name of her party. Speaking in New Hampshire, Clinton acknowledged that instead of the "ownership society" that George W. Bush has promoted throughout his presidency, she prefers a "we're all in it together society" where prosperity is "broadly shared." This is the sort of "it takes a village" rhetoric that tickles the ears of the left, and which can't give up its romantic notions of a collectivist utopia. Dreams of the left, however,...
  • Hillary to skip Iowa?

    05/23/2007 9:05:38 PM PDT · by DBCJR · 20 replies · 848+ views
    First Read ^ | Posted: Wednesday, May 23, 2007 2:43 PM | From NBC's Chuck Todd
    In one ... leaked memo the AP obtained from Hillary Clinton's campaign which apparently argues for skipping the Iowa caucuses. We know it's not easy being the national frontrunner, but can any frontrunner skip an early state? As I detailed in a column a few weeks ago, skipping Iowa has proven to be a bad strategy. The last candidate to successfully do it was Bill Clinton and that's because EVERY one of his primary foes skipped Iowa due to the presence of Tom Harkin in the race. Oh, and by the way, Iowa is a swing state in the general...
  • Clinton Stumps in New Orleans

    05/18/2007 8:13:25 PM PDT · by TornadoAlley3 · 30 replies · 568+ views ^ | 05/18/07 | JOHN MORENO
    Sen. Clinton Promises Better Focus for Hurricane Recovery NEW ORLEANS Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton told local civic leaders Friday that, if elected, she would enact a broad range of initiatives to quicken the recovery of the hurricane-devastated region. The New York senator's proposals included the appointment of a recovery manager who would report directly to the White House and whose sole responsibility would be to better organize federal aid to the region. Clinton said the Gulf Coast has been neglected by the Bush Administration since the disaster. "This is upside and backwards," Clinton said, referring to the President's...
  • Memo to Dem Base re Hillary's Quick Trigger Finger

    05/14/2007 6:19:07 PM PDT · by lancer256 · 23 replies · 1,072+ views ^ | 05/14/07 | david limbaugh
    Any time I write something about Hillary Clinton I hear catcalls from the left accusing me, alternatively, of obsessing over her or unfairly attacking her. Truthfully, none of us has obsessed over her enough, considering she is far and away the frontrunner in the Democratic presidential field and could be the next president. More than that, conservatives have a duty to spotlight Hillary's record, since the mainstream media (MSM) almost always give her a pass, throw her softballs and ignore her highly relevant past, especially as co-president. Contrary to her vaunted image, Hillary rarely says anything that isn't programmed and...

    04/16/2007 1:33:13 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 111 replies · 2,316+ views
    Drudge Report | April 16, 2007
  • Caption Pic of Hillary Clinton on Friday 13th in N.H.

    04/14/2007 7:02:57 PM PDT · by AmericanMade1776 · 65 replies · 2,450+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | April 13, 2007
    Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) delivers a speech about government reform at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire April 13, 2007. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
  • Women resist Mrs Clinton's fair sex appeal

    03/31/2007 4:36:25 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 46 replies · 1,042+ views
    Hillary Clinton's campaign to become America's first female president is failing to win over a key voting bloc - her fellow women. Forty-five per cent of all women, and 52 per cent of those who are married, have already firmly decided that they will not vote for Sen Clinton if she secures the Democratic nomination, according to a Harris Interactive poll released last week. She performed better among single women in the survey - 41 per cent backed her while 42 per cent said they would either vote for a rival candidate or stay at home on election day. Sen...
  • Hillary and her hair

    03/30/2007 8:20:49 PM PDT · by DBCJR · 47 replies · 1,524+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | Friday, March 30, 2007 04:28 PM | James Pindell
    As New York Senator Hillary Clinton spoke with a teacher's union group about her plan for universal preschool and health care, one teacher stood up to say she liked Clinton's haircut. “It is more Hillary Clinton than Dorothy Hammel,” said Kelly MacDonald, an English teacher at Manchester Central High School, to Clinton. That prompted Clinton to spend more time than she usually does joking about her changing hair styles. “There is so much fascination with my hair that I told Bill when he was president that if he wanted to get some international incident off the front page I would...
  • Hillary's Star Appeal Fading (Dick Morris and Eileen McGann)

    03/30/2007 3:51:26 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 54 replies · 423+ views ^ | March 29, 2007 | Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
    It's now obvious that Hillary Clinton’s negatives are rising among American voters. A Harris Interactive survey says that a majority will not vote for her, and a Gallup poll this week finds her favorability among Democratic primary voters dropping from 82 percent in January, to 74 percent in March. By itself, this slippage would not be fatal. But it begs the key question: Why is Hillary dropping?