Love Her, Hate Her, but Please Don't Vote for Her  

jrb6955 58M
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8/26/2006 5:16 pm

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Love Her, Hate Her, but Please Don't Vote for Her

While I am sure there are as many people out there who would be pleased to hear about the subject of this posting making a run for President, there are just as many who will agree with me that electing this person as our nation's Commander in Chief is potentially the worst thing that could ever happen. Yes, I am referring to the esteemed Senator (I am not being facetious, as a Senator she serves a valuable role in tempering the far right) from the State of New York and former First Lady Hillary Clinton. I read two (2) different articles on a news site reporting that it is becoming increasingly likely that Ms. Clinton will make a run for President in 2008, assuming she wins re-election to the Senate (and there is no indication that she won't). While Senator Clinton has not advocated the cut and run policy many of her Democratic colleagues have been advocating, she has been vocal about the need for an exit strategy for Iraq and soft on other issues involving national security. This raises the question as to whether she will be able to consistently make the tough decisions as Commander in Chief which she would be called upon to make in fighting the War on Terror. But what concerns me even more is the fact that the Democrats may have control of both the House and the Senate by 2008, with the majority of that control being in the hands of the most liberal elements of the Democratic Party. Hence, rather than everything tending to gravitate to the middle (as it did under her husband when the Republicans controlled Congress, thus creating political balance and the need for bipartisan cooperation - which need for bipartisan cooperation is still necessary given the balance of control in the Senate), things may gravitate to the far left. As a fiscally conservative, but otherwise politically moderate Republican, this scares me. While I do believe the nation is ready for its first female President, my preference would be for that person to be Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Unfortunately, she has indicated she has no interest in running. JMHO. Please feel free to disagree or voice your support of the good Senator (again, I do mean that, she is a good Senator, even thought I rarely agree with her).


loadeddice05 44M

8/26/2006 5:32 pm

tHAT'S DUMB!!!!!Hilary Clinton is sexy and Condelezza looks like a chimp!!!! You foolish man!!!!

WE DON'T CARE ABOUT YOUR POLITICAL STANCE!!!!! REPUBLICAN'S SUCK AND YOU DON'T HAVE ANY TASTE!!!......YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO EVER BLOG AGAIN!!!!!

I THINK MRS. CLINTON WOULD BE A FINE PRESIDENT!!!!! ummnnn!!!!!NAKED HILARY RUNNING AROUND THE WHITE HOUSE!!!! NOW! THAT'S MY AMERICA!!!!!

SHEEYAH!!!!


jrb6955 replies on 8/26/2006 6:34 pm:
Viewing all three of your comments together, I am not sure what your opinion is, but your are certainly entitle to it, just as I am entitled to mine.

However, I must take issue with you on one thing. While Hillary Clinton is a handsome woman, Condoleezza Rice is far more attractive than the good Senator.

loadeddice05 44M

8/26/2006 5:33 pm

YOU LOOK LIKE DAN FOUTS!!!! I LOVE DAN FOUTS!!! CAN I GET AN AUTOGRAPH????


jrb6955 replies on 8/26/2006 6:34 pm:
I am not Dan Fouts, and I sincerely doubt my autograph would be worth anything.

loadeddice05 44M

8/26/2006 5:35 pm

THAT'S 3 COMMENTS I LEFT FOR YOU!!!!! You'll be more paid attention to now!!!!!


jrb6955 replies on 8/26/2006 6:37 pm:
While I appreciate your effort, I blog for my own benefit (whether to vent frustration, express an opinion or laugh at myself) and it matters not whether anyone else reads what I write or comments on it, although I do enjoy reading the comments of others.

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