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Friday, February 23, 2024

Hillary Dillary Dock, Between a Hard Place and a Rock

By Maggie Van Ostrand

It’s impossible to believe the people of Texas will cast their vote for someone who so obviously lies to and patronizes them as does Hillary Clinton.

What’s up with accusing Obama of plagiarism, when that’s not his thing, it’s hers.

Who ripped off the “Change” slogan from Obama and thinks Texans will believe she thought of it?
Who ripped off “Yes we can” from Obama and thinks Texans will believe she thought of it?

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Some Thoughts on Gay Marriage

The best available evidence suggests that marriage, as an institution is about 4,350 years old. The first recorded evidence of marriage ceremonies uniting one woman and one man dates from about 2350 B.C., in Mesopotamia. Over the next several hundred years, marriage evolved into a widespread institution embraced by the ancient Hebrews, Greeks, and Romans.

But, back then, FAR from being a “spiritual union between one man and one woman”, as the fundamentalist wing-nuts of today insist, marriage had little to do with neither love NOR religion.

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Hillary and Hispanics in Texas

The Washington Post reports the following:
“Supporters of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton are worried that convoluted delegate rules in Texas could water down the impact of strong support for her among Hispanic voters there, creating a new obstacle for her in the must-win presidential primary contest. ”

Here is the deal. If Hillary supporters are counting on Hispanic voters in Texas to pull out this election, they are out of touch with Texas.

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Paid political advertising on television needs to go.

I think one of the reasons people tune out to politics is these horrible televison ads that the candidates are running. Ugh! If I hear Hillary tell me how she tries or that she cares one more time, I may pick up a shoe and throw it at my TV.

People are always talking about reforming our political system and looking for realistic ideas to making substantial changes. Well here’s the first thing that needs to change. Paid political advertising of any kind on television has to go.

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On tragedy, the mentally deranged, and firearms…

Well folks, I normally don’t get into this issue with too many people out there, but I think it’s time to stand up for what is right…so here we go.

As we’ve all been aware, there have been an alarmingly increasing number of incidents involving the use of firearms by the deranged.

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Did an out-of-control Bill Clinton slap protester?

Democratic political professionals worry that former President Bill Clinton is “out of control” and “destroying his wife’s campaign” after he reportedly slapped a heckler at a rally in Ohio and got into a shouting match with another.

Party insiders tell Capitol Hill Blue that the former President’s hair-trigger temper is surfacing more and more as he campaigns for his wife and his actions are “detrimental to the party and the Senator.”

“We’re looking at a man out of control,” says one Clinton adviser. “He won’t stay on message and too often seems like a madman on stage. He has to be stopped or removed from the campaign.”

Sources say an angry and abusive Clinton routinely chews out campaign staffers and even members of his Secret Service detail.

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CIA set up bogus companies after 9/11

Following the September 11, 2001, attacks, the US Central Intelligence Agency set up 12 bogus companies in Europe and other parts of the world in the hope of penetrating Islamic organizations, The Los Angeles Times reported on its website late Saturday.

But citing current and former CIA officials, the newspaper said the agency had now shut down all but two of them after concluding they were ill-conceived.

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Bush finds rare praise in Africa

Unpopular at home and in much of the world during the last year of his presidency, George W. Bush is basking in rare adulation on his African tour.

Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete poured praise on Bush in Dar es Salaam on Sunday, the second day of his five-nation African tour, each compliment applauded warmly by members of the east African country’s cabinet.

Although around 2,000 Muslim demonstrators protested against Bush on the eve of his visit, many thousands more cheering, waving people lined his road from the airport on Saturday.

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Can Hillary stem Obama’s momentum?

White House Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton fought to stave off a wave of momentum for rival Barack Obama before a primary contest in Wisconsin that will hinge on a large working class vote.

Obama, on a roll after eight consecutive victories in the nomination race, hopes to extend his winning streak in the Midwestern state as well as in caucuses in Hawaii on Tuesday.

Polls showed a tight race in Wisconsin with the Illinois senator enjoying a narrow five-point lead over the former first lady, according to a new survey by Research 2000, US media reported.

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Edwards, Obama meet over potential endorsement

Barack Obama sneaked down to North Carolina Sunday and met with former rival John Edwards, who has yet to make an endorsement in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Officials at North Carolina television station WTVD said they have video taken from a helicopter of Obama leaving Edwards’ home in Chapel Hill. A producer said the station was “tipped off” about the meeting, but said the source was confidential.

The Obama campaign confirmed the meeting. Although reporters normally travel everywhere with Obama, he left them behind to fly down in secret from his hometown.

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