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November 17, 2008

Quote of the Day

Michael Weiss on the possibility of the Hillary pick:

“I appreciate that there are only so many policy talents to choose from in Washington, but Rahm Emanuel, Robert Gibbs, John Podesta, H.R.C. and (in all probability) Larry Summers is more like Plus ca change you can believe in. And judging from the arctic smile afixed to John McCain’s face today during his long-awaiting truce and reconciliation meeting with the president-elect, he seems to realize that the one barb his schizophrenic campaign failed to let fly was that a vote for Obama would be a vote for Bill Clinton’s third term.”

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September 8, 2008

Quote of the Day

“Obama’s spectacularly failed his first attempt at diplomacy. Someone who should be your ally who nevertheless only helps half-heartedly and works against your interests behind your back? Hey, Obama — Hillary is France. And you seem to have had just as much success with Hillary-France as Bush did with real-France.”

-Ace of Spades on Obama’s dealings with Hillary.

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June 5, 2008

Have I mentioned that I think an Obama/Hillary ticket is McCain’s best bet?

“If you put Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama together, they’d be unstoppable. They could be in the White House for sixteen years!”

-Clinton campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe

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May 4, 2008

Who is this? Where are we?

Hillary attacks Obama for anti-gun comments.

They’re both playing as if they’ve moved on to the general election. It might be a rude surprise when they realize only one can win. But for the millionth time, is this not the best election in our (my 31-year old) lifetime?

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March 31, 2008

I love this primary season

Clinton rejects numerous calls to leave, Obama says she can stay

Hillary Clinton is under fire from all sides this week as she is refusing to leave the Democratic presdiential race even though she has no chance to catch Barack Obama in the delegate count, an thus win the nomination.

Saturday she rejected calls by supporters of Obama to quit the race, while Obama graciously said Clinton could remain in race “as long as she wants.”

How. Embarrassing.

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March 5, 2008

Oh, Republicans

You’re going to regret that rooting for Hillary stuff, I just know it.

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February 9, 2008

Quote of the Day

“I’d rather have someone with straightforward evilness take office than someone who has three word catch phrases.”

- Pretty Numbers on her preference of Hillary over Obama.

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