Newt Gingrich Praises Hillary

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Newt Gingrich Praises Hillary

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I love this article. It points out how "Republican" Hillary Clinton's record in the Senate really is. Even Newt likes her style.

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Ralph Nader has had alzheimers for 20 years. :roll:

There is no way that screeching harpy gets elected.
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So the GOP can't even fight against Hillary because apparently she's to much like them? Oh that's a classic. :lmao1:

Now she's getting praise from Newt Gingrich. :lmao2:

The headlines are all for her, "Clinton Presidency May be Inevitable, Republicans say." Even "no more" Delay has said "If the conservative movement and Republicans don't understand how massive the Clinton coalition is, she will be the next president."

So Hillary has neutered the GOP? Never thought i'd see the day!

On a personal note, even though i'd like a Dem in the Oval Office i'd like to see Obama there instead of Hillary. I know a woman president would be a great coup for the Dems just as Nancy Pelosi was for them as first woman speaker. But i think Obama is more liberal in his ideals, more true to what a Democrat should be.

Bedford, i'm saving this post just so if Hillary does get elected i can cut and paste "There is no way that screeching harpy gets elected" over and over again. :lol:
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With the campaigns starting waaayyy too early, all the candidates will have many chances to shoot themselves in the feet over and over.

It will be interesting....
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As it stands now, I see Clinton and Obama as being the only viable Democratic candidates for the 2008 elections. Obama is a breath of fresh air and has that much over Clinton. But, I am still waiting on him to come up with some serious reasons for me to elect him other than he isn't a Clinton clone. I think the DNC is behind Hillary and unless lightening strikes, literally, she will be running against whoever the Republicans nominate.

It would be a fantastic race if Ms Rice was the Republican's choice to run against Ms Clinton. I wonder how many Americans would immigrate to Canada in that situation :biggrin:
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Whatever the results of the election, we will get the best President that money can buy.
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Skinjob wrote:Whatever the results of the election, we will get the best President that money can buy.

Exactly.
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Skinjob wrote: Whatever the results of the election, we will get the best President that money can buy.


If that's true, then Dubya must have only cost 99 cents! :D
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Well, Algore and Kerry combined weren't worth two cents, soooo.... :biggrin:
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:lol:
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haha
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