1984:2008:Apple:Obama – The Hillary Killer?


The Republicans have been saying this about Hillary for years, but now that she is really facing a true Democratic challenger, the heat is picking up.

This is a very telling video showing the mind numbing control Hillary tries to use as she stays on message.

Posted March 10, 2007 by
Hillary Clinton | 7 comments

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    7 Responses to “1984:2008:Apple:Obama – The Hillary Killer?”

    1. gijoe on March 10th, 2007 8:57 pm

      If Obama becomes the first black president of the United States, will his first agenda be the changing of the White House to the Black House??? Just want to know so I can get all the documents I can together for future sale on Ebay of the former U.S. House of office.

    2. Bodo on March 10th, 2007 9:03 pm

      Looks like Obama is leading in media attention in a Google News search on each of the top candidates, the top three from both the Democrat and Republican party. Here is the result — just for shitsn’giggles.

      “Barack Obama” = 18,163
      “John McCain” = 12,089
      “John Edwards” = 11,153
      “Hillary Clinton” = 10,935
      “Mitt Romney” = 9,838
      “Rudy Giuliani” = 7,095

    3. Ramlady on March 10th, 2007 11:47 pm

      #2; So what? He is leading in “media attention.” All the latest polls asking who would you vote for for President if the election were held today show Giuliani leading all candidates Democrat or Republican. Considering the election is still more than a year-and-a-half away, I don’t attach a great deal of meaning to any of them at this point.

    4. Bodo on March 11th, 2007 6:26 am

      Don’t get your britches in a bunch Ramlady. I said the Google search was just for shitsn’grins.

      But the whole goal of a campaign is to garner attention and the more media attention a candidate gets, the more powerful the candidate. And (for the moment) Hillary does not appear to be leading in media hype.

      Polls can offer clues to how popular candidates are, but polls differ one from the other and polls are not good predictors for how well campaigns are running. Media coverage, in my opinion, is a better predictor. I just chose to search Google in an attempt to get the big picture of who is grabbing attention in rural and small town media coverage as well as big city and national media.

    5. Ramlady on March 11th, 2007 8:25 pm

      No bunches in these britches Bodo, and I thought it was shitsn’giggles. You don’t need Google to understand which candidate is getting the most media attention. It’s no secret Obama is a media darling. They love him.

    6. Scared Monkeys on March 12th, 2007 7:20 am

      Whats nice right now though is that Obama can point our that the Emperess has no clothes and the media will report it. If a Republican said any of these things they would be shushed and sent to their room without dessert.

    7. katablog.com on March 12th, 2007 11:29 am

      Sounds like Hillary wants me. I promise to campaign hard Hillary as a very patriotic American who wants to make sure you do not get another chance to steal any more Whitehouse furniture.

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