Finally the Left and the Right Agree on Hillary Clinton’s Double Talk … Devastating John Edwards Campaign Ad
Kudos to the John Edwards campaign for the following political commercial. Who knew I would ever be saying that? However, the campaign ad for the Democratic nomination for President is so good, that both the LEFT and the RIGHT agree … IT’S DEVASTATING!
How often does that occur in today’s politics that the Left and Right are in agreement when it comes to Hillary Clinton? Hillary Clinton in her own words … if she thought her Democratic rivals were going to bow down and crown her king, she best think again.
HILLARY CLINTON IN HER OWN WORDS TALKING OUT BOTH SIDES OF HER MOUTH
(Hat Tip: The Jawa Report)
THE HILLARY AD KIND OF REMINDS US OF THIS “FLIP/FLOP JOHN KERRY” CLASSIC
I thought a few weeks ago that she was almost a ‘gimme’, as we say in golf, for the nomination. I’m not sure I feel that way now. Well, there seems to be more kind of internal — in her own party there seems to be more willingness to take her on and to argue about stuff.
Did anyone really think that the 8 years of Bill Clinton were not going to come back and bite Hillary? Clinton fatigue existed for a reason, the American people just have to be reminded that it existed. This is one of the ultimate problems with the Hillary Clinton candidacy. It is not just about her “double talk” on issues, it is also about having to defend 8 years of questionable actions during her husband’s presidency.
“Breathtakingly” misleading. That’s what former president Bill Clinton called a question Tim Russert asked his wife at this week’s Democratic presidential candidates’ debate. And boy was he mad.
“The implication was that in the last few weeks since she’d been a candidate, I had endeavored to cover up records involving her. You agree with that? That’s what people thought when they heard that question,” Clinton said. “Here are the facts.”
UPDATE I : The Empire Strikes Back, Clinton Rebuts Accusations of Secrecy
Others Blogging on the back and forth cat fight:
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton’s political camp struck back on Saturday against rivals who were attacking her as overly secretive, circulating legal arguments from a Clinton ally asserting that the Clintons are not blocking the release of presidential papers about their discussions in the White House in the 1990s.
Bruce Lindsey, a top adviser to former President Bill Clinton, issued a lengthy statement on Friday evening saying that, contrary to some news reports, Mr. Clinton had “not asked that records related to communications with Senator Clinton be withheld,” and that Mr. Clinton had not blocked the release of any presidential documents. (NY Times)