Shocking Hillary Clinton Video

by mssinglemama on January 4, 2008

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I usually don’t even go here…into politics on this blog. But as a mother, a woman and a liberal I feel it is my civic duty to pass this on. This video is crazy. And just another reason why I’m supporting Barack Obama. Why Barack? Read this article and you’ll have my reasons.

The Shocking Video Hillary Clinton Really Doesn’t Want You to See (Part 1)

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v/xq8aopATYyw&rel=1]

The Shocking Video Hillary Clinton Really Doesn’t Want You to See (Part 2)

Two weeks ago another single mom and one of my best friends called me from Michigan. “What’s up with Obama? I know you like him…why should I like him? Should I like him? A co-worker tried to start a debate today and I didn’t even know what to say. So…tell me.”

“Have you heard him speak?” I asked her. No, of course she hadn’t, when would she get the time? Darn it. Us single moms are so busy. Hearing him speak for the first time was all it took for me. First the 2004 Democratic National Convention, when he was just running for Senate and then his presidential nomination speech. And the latest – last night’s in Iowa.

Raised by a single mother, Barack Obama, would give our country the change we’ve been wanting for so long and in my mind, is by far the best candidate for the job. For me the choice is pretty clear.

Is it for you? Let’s start talking about it. Read up or watch up. Here’s a great video of Obama on the Daily Show.

Barack Obama on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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Expect more political YouTube videos from me and please suggest your own…

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jon b March 7, 2008 at 2:09 pm

Although i am an independent i am to the left of Jesus on social issues. So clearly i can never be a Republican. Plus I’m half black so call em crazy, but I don’t roll with the GOP. Although i am terribly cynical and think all politicians are full of shit, I at least appreciate Obama for conveying hope and change. Whether he will have the resovle and nerve to turn his back on corporate supporters who put him in office will be interesting to see if he is elected. Plus my mom thinks Obama is cute so there ya go, the determining factor.

And you know, I just don’t like Hillary. She seems like a smug self serving bitch. Plus her and Bill have so many skeletons in the closet the Republicans will rip her to shreds if she wins the nomination. I think it will be a landslide for Mccain if Hillary wins. If Obama wins, nothing will be able to turn back the tide. I only hope the superdelegates don’t turn on him at the last moment like they did McGovern. My mom and her generation are still bitter about that.

Of the group Obama is the only one who is talking about drawing down troop levels. For that alone he gets my vote. War is wrong. Period. I can never cast a vote for someone who thought the US had the right in the first place to go in to a sovereign nation and lay waste to it, disrupting its infrastructure, civil services, and killing tens of thousands of innocent men, women, and children.

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Sangeeth February 3, 2015 at 2:03 am

. I agree 100%. But there’s a snag here. And mind you, I mean what I’m about to say to get the wheels ctvosructinely turning and thinking.While you blast (rightfully) the dangerous role of basic economic ignorance and the silly expectations therefrom in the voters’ minds in the realm of democratic elections, the hard fact remains that there are many PhD economists, some with popular blogs and web-influence, who are not only partisan Democrats but also ideologically liberal. Krugman is a notable one. Others with popular blogs are DeLong and Thoma. There are others still. Visit Angry Bear and peruse the links on the right column.IOW, despite their sound grasp of basic economics and markets and beyond, the end result is that these professional economists generally support the same candidates and buy into the same rhetoric as many of the very voters you criticize. I think it’s all fine and good for you, or Caplan in his book (which I’ve read), to make this case about economic biases and ignorance and its effects on democracy and voter mentality. I think it’s great to recommend a book like Hazlitt’s. But this doesn’t tackle the larger problem that needs to be addressed:What does this talk about understanding basic econ and markets mean when many PhD economists who have studied well beyond the basic and fundamental tenets of economic thought support the unkeepable promises of candidates and buy into the unrealistic rhetoric that seduces laymen voters?What would a Krugman-like economist say about Bastiat or Hazlitt and the iron clad notions they put forth that they seemingly ignore through their actions? and WHY?In summary, economists who share your view need to start addressing the conflicts with economists who disagree with you before bemoaning the average voter. The average voter is an easy target. Blasting Joe Six Pack for silly views is easy. What to you say to Krugman? or DeLong? or any number economists who agree with them?That’s a book I would buy.

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