Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Hillary 2008


Heeding the Past As She Looks To the Future

I can't wait for 2008!

The Hillary Haters will always be haters. It will be interesting to see how low they stoop during the campaign.

11 comments:

  1. the Bush Haters will always be haters too?

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  2. Hip Hip Hooray for Hillary!

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  3. its surprising that a developed country that assures equality for both men and women has not had one female president whereas a third world country like India has already had a very famous female prime minister. It is time for the citizens of the United States to vote for a woman, and no other woman deserves it more than Hillary!! gooo hillary!

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  4. sure she was famous. her last name was famous (although not related to MG).

    would she have been PM had she not had the correct familial connections?

    real merit ...............

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  5. nice of you to discredit a hardworking woman. and you think bush was elected on merit? riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiggght.

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  6. hahha! anonymous, you should keep your knowledge of politics to yourself and not let anyone know. Indians did not elect Indira because she was Nehrus daughter they elected her because she deserved it. She beat one of the strong men of Indian politics to come to power and btw if that was the case what about George bush? His education, political power can be totally attributed to his daddy. So please dont speak about things you know nothing about.

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  7. anon,
    and btw my point still holds true. the most developed country in the world still hasnt had a woman president and btw Indians elected Sonia gandhis party to power. can you imagine americans electing an immigrant and that too a woman to power? sonia could have even become Primeminister according to the Indian constitution your constitution does not allow naturalized citizens to come to power, isnt that a disgrace? Indians did it... hahaha! now go sleep on this.

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  8. I would support Arnold Schwarzenegger's bid to overturn that rule about naturalized citizens (despite the fact that he is a Republican and a hypocrite in terms of immigration!.) However, it was very important to the stability of the young country when it was first founded.

    We may have the youngest country, but we have the world's oldest democracy, which is pretty cool. The trick is to KEEP it a democracy and not let it degenerate into some fascist corporatist state!

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  9. anon,
    this is what I call american arrogance! you no nothing about other countries and assume a lot of things. you should go do some research on Indian history before commenting on Indira Gandhi. I wonder if they teach anything other than european history to you in school and btw anon, america is your country just because you guys kicked the native americans ass, and occupied their land you only have a history of 200 years, while we have a history of a few thousand years.

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  10. I totally agree with you daedalus. I appreciate your foresight about things... I wish America truely becomes a great country again by electing an able leader

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  11. not to worry too much. there are plenty of young people who are currently working at the grassroots level who will change things. the problem is we have these cold war dinosaurs in power who need to become extinct before real change can happen. (did you know rumsfeld has the distinction of being both the youngest sec of defense and the oldest?) we are part of a group who believes in democracy and are ready to change the leadership in the democratic party to get back to the ideals we stood for before the elites took over.

    Hillary is a sensible woman. I will quit my job to work on her presidential campaign, and i'm eyeing Barak Obama for 2016!

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