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Hillary says: Take Responsibility for Your Actions

Here is her response to Obama and his minions who are freaking out about the 3am ad:

Isn’t it nice to be able to go second for a change? 🙂

One more thing: Tucsonlynn is on her way to Texas this weekend to lend a hand to Hillary’s campaign.  Send her positive thoughts and maybe she will be nice enough to update us on what she is seeing.

7 Responses

  1. HRC does a job at showing how ready she is and how Obama simply isn’t. She should have done it long ago because no matter what, true criticism sticks.

    I would like to know which “genius” in the Clinton campaign asked her for a long time not to go after BO and expose him for the stuffed shirt that he is. There was no benefit for staying “above the fray”. She still got savaged by the press anyway.

    Each time I see videos like this, I ask myself what may have been because many people are starting to have 2nd thoughts about “His Awesomeness”.

    We can only hope this is not too late.

    TX you can do it!

  2. I really love the level of her voice here. perfect pitch. She keeps it level and doesn’t raise it, but stays strong.

    Do you guys agree? I really am looking for objective opinions.

    Her response itself is great and gutsy, of course.

  3. Btw, NAFTAgate is simply not going away:


    Let’s see how the bunch of crack whores that is the press deals with this issue on the sunday shows. I am not holding my breath but a brother can hope.

    Let’s go TX!!!

  4. It’s clearly not a good thing for Barack Obama to go first. Since his stock reply is, “Ditto,” it makes him appear . . . how shall I say this . . . it makes him appear as though he is saying nothing.


  5. hey riverdaughter, thanks for the mention. I will have my laptop with me and would be delighted to update you on what we will be doing.
    I am particularly interested in witnessing the Texas two step voting process. I have decided that after this election, I may take on the cause of election reform in this country.
    I imagine there will be plenty of people ready to work to fix the caucus crapshoot after this debacle of a primary.

  6. Good luck and keep us informed.

  7. imo – calling the press crack whores isnt exactly a way to help out HRC.

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