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Monday, September 26, 2005

Hillary Scoffs Kerry Campaign

Kerry's not- so-amazing race, on film

"I'm also told that Hillary Clinton partisans are licking their chops to see the film, which 'could end up being the silver bullet that kills Kerry's presidential chances for 2008,' says a Lowdown spy." -Excerpt

The Red Queen V. Flip-flopping John "Forgainst It" Kerry?

Dear God, PLEASE!


Anonymous Molloy said...

Daniel, the video is obviously forged. What is your source for it: the actual film-maker, or WorldNetDaily?


As for Kerry, no way. It ain't gonna happen. He'll never make it past New Hampshire, I can guarantee you that. The Dem. base has had it with him. He ran a pretty lousy campaign, to say the least. Waiting a month to respond to those absurd SBVT allegations, for example. Oh, and ending with like $8 million in the bank was not a very bright idea, either.

Same with Hillary. We can't stand her, either, though I suppose I would prefer her to any other DLCers. Unless she knocks off this idiocy about video games (for the love of God), and starts focusing on solving bigger problems (like the war she voted for and continues to support), she's not going to have a very easy primary season either. Unfortuantely, the base doesn't have as much power to stop her as we do Kerry, as she is inexplicably very popular among Americans who are not either hard-core Republican or Democratic activists. I know, I don't get it either.

One thing I don't really understand is where this idea came from that she's some kind of super-liberal. She's totally not. I remember seeing a video clip of some show where she was on a panel with Newt Gingrich and she was actually arguing to the right of him on the war. I'd be pretty interested to see any evidence that she's anywhere to the left of, say, Joe Leiberman. And I'm not talking about some rumor about her coven of lesbian witches, either. Something verifiable.

The only good I could see coming from nominating her in 2008 (besides her immense popularity among non-politcal Americans) is that it would cause the Right to go absolutely insane, making likely the possibility of so much frothing at the mouth from the GOP as to alienate the average voter from their candidate.

September 26, 2005 10:20 PM  
Blogger Daniel Christianson said...

Daniel Christianson said...
Hey, I never said she was a liberal. To be a liberal she'd have to actually have some principles (albeit some very twisted ones). But she doesn't.

Anyway, I hope she runs. I'd be hillarious (no pun intended)! How could you not laugh at such a delusionary conspiracy theorist?

And lets not forget all the great quotes she's said, like:

"We're going to take things away from you for the common good."


"We must stop thinking of the individual and start thinking about what is best for society."


"Comrades! We must abolish the cult of the individual decisively, once and for all."

OK, that one was actually Nikita Khrushchev, but you get the point.

Head bowed,

October 10, 2005 5:13 PM  

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