Hillary turns on the tears again. (1 Viewer)

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I wonder if she has been through Menopause yet.

People who are planning on voting for her, may want to look into that. :hihi:
 

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conveniently timed on the eve of Super Tuesday, too. I want to brandish a very offensive word in regard to her that I almost never use.
 

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I heard about this on Rush today. I can't believe she went to the well on this one again. Hopefully people wake up a bit and it backfires.
 
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I didn't watch the video link, but the way they wrote it up, it's just almost plausible that it was just a misting of her eyes. I'm not voting for Hillary. She is off my list of candidates and joins Tancredo (no longer running) and Romney as candidates I will not vote for under any circumstances. :nono:

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I think it is funny. If it works and it comes down to a convention she will be able to put out fires. Dumb people.
 

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There's no crying in the Presidential White House....come on Hillary....you won't be able to cry yourself out of every situation that will arise if you become President....:hihi:
 

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I didn't watch the video link, but the way they wrote it up, it's just almost plausible that it was just a misting of her eyes. I'm not voting for Hillary. She is off my list of candidates and joins Tancredo (no longer running) and Romney as candidates I will not vote for under any circumstances. :nono:

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My no way no how list remains unchanged from early on. Hillary (more because of legacy of the last 28 years than her personally), Huckabee and Paul.

I'd vote McCain over all.
Obama next. (Though he could still edge McCain for first)
Romney if he's up against Hillary.

I saw someone on the Sunday shows say if the choice is McCain and Hillary you always have the option of the pistol on the night stand. This was of course directed at the TRC (Talk Radio Conservatives) crowd that hates them both. That contest would make my choice easy. The only one that will cause me any stress would be McCain - Obama.
 

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As much as I dislike and distrust Hillary, it really sounds like she got caught up in the moment. Still, if it hurts her chances I'm fine with it. She's gotten away with enough that it would be almost kharmic if this turned people off.
 

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Once again I think it was a cold calculated act -- it worked so well before so shes going to the well again -- I am sure she is trying to offset the fact that the teddy deserted her and hubby and is making it difficult for them to get what they believe is their right to power
 

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What makes me sick is all the women who are planning on voting for her because she is a woman, just some feeble attempt at being a feminist.
 

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What makes me sick is all the women who are planning on voting for her because she is a woman...
Similar complaint is lodged at black voters for supporting Obama because he is black.

So does this mean that white men have traditionally promoted and supported white male candidates just because they are...white men?
 

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Similar complaint is lodged at black voters for supporting Obama because he is black.

So does this mean that white men have traditionally promoted and supported white male candidates just because they are...white men?
I should have been more specific. I know a lot of women who are voting for Hillary for the simple fact that she is a woman, I didn't mean all women in general.
 

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I should have been more specific. I know a lot of women who are voting for Hillary for the simple fact that she is a woman, I didn't mean all women in general.
There are also men out there who will not even consider voting for her because she is a woman.

fyi: I'm not a Hillary supporter, and I am a fem.
 

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