Thursday, November 01, 2007

Hitlery Camp Unhappy After Debate

Here it says her team is ticked off that she didn't get enough softballs during the debate. Ol' BC doesn't see what difference it makes as she doesn't answer most questions anyway.

Hillary Clinton’s top advisers charge that the presidential candidate was
unfairly targeted by moderator Tim Russert during Tuesday night’s Democratic
debate in Philadelphia.
Russert asked Clinton a number of tough questions
during the MSNBC-sponsored debate, including one on Social Security and another
on the release of documents from the Bill Clinton administration, as she sought
to fend off attacks from her Democratic rivals.

Now we can see the problem. The main stream media has been pimping Hitlery so hard that she could not imagine being asked a semi-difficult question.

At one point Russert asked Clinton: “I want to clear something up which goes to
the issue of credibility. You were asked at the AARP debate whether or not you
would consider taxing, lifting the cap from $97,500, taxing that, raising more
money for Social Security. You said, quote, ‘It's a no.’ I asked you the same
question in New Hampshire, and you said ‘no.’
“Then you went to Iowa and you
went up to Tod Bowman, a teacher, and had a conversation with him saying, ‘I
would consider lifting the cap perhaps above $200,000.’ You were overheard by an
Associated Press reporter saying that.
“Why do you have one public position
and one private position?”

Wow! Russert must have forgotten that Hitlery is the top choice of the Donks and shouldn't be asked questions that may expose her socialistic views so blatantly. (Go down a few posts and review the 6 question test as a reminder of how dangerous this woman actually is then review the post below and see examples of how her positions are failing miserably around the world.)

Just an observation.


At 8:25 PM, Blogger RightWingRocker said...

I've said this many times before, and since it's so incredibly important, I'll be saying it again ... and again ... and again ...

This woman is the single greatest threat the US Constitution has ever faced.


At 8:28 AM, Anonymous mark said...

The single biggest threat to the Constitution has been implemented already by the Bush administration and their illegal wire taps, the Patriot Act, and NCLB. The list goes on. Have you ever really looked at the Patriot Act? It basically allows the president to suspend the Constitution. If you don't think this is a threat, then you are a little off base.

At 8:43 PM, Blogger RightWingRocker said...

The Constitution has been suspended for a long time now. It's time it was brought back.

Have you ever really looked at the "New Deal" or the "Great Society"??

If Hitlery takes office, she will likely tell us the Constitution is outdated and needs to be replaced once she sees Americans won't stand for the Socialist bullshit she will insist upon.

Luckily (and I didn't see this coming, but thank God), her Donk opponents appear to have a chance at ending her candidacy before it gets to the general. I'm not holding my breath, but Barack and the Breck Girl would easily back down in the face of an American revolt.

I don't see that with Hitlery.


At 12:17 AM, Blogger Col. Hogan said...

Oddly, I agree with Mark about the evil, so called "Patriot Act," "Homeland Security," and all the other Bill of Rights destroying decrees that have come out of the Bush White House.

I also agree with RWR that Mrs Clinton would be even worse. Tell me, o please tell me she'll repeal all that stuff the day she's inaugurated. I won't hold my breath.

The way to fight the "War on Terror" is to keep our military in and about the various United States, to defend the various United States from outside attack, and to affirm the Second Amendment to the US Constitution by repealing all unConstitutional laws against the right of individuals to arm themselves and defend themselves, their families and their property.

The Executive Branch should refrain from all foreign entanglements, put an end to the empire building and meddling in the affairs of other nations, and let the traders do the trading.


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