Articles in the politics Category
I’m done with the Clintons. Bill may have been a better option than Bush 1.0, but I see their true colors in this campaign. I didn’t commit to supporting a candidate until recently, not because I had anything against Hillary but because the one who spoke with the most sense was Ron Paul. Now I can say I have something against the Clinton camp. Perhaps things would be more appropriate.
Found this via Lifehacker – it will apparently update with results coming in as the evening goes on, starting in roughly half an hour. It should really interesting with the polls showing Hillary with leads in quite a few places (including NY & CA, with a buttload of delegates), while Obama (or as I like to call him affectionately, BO) has endorsements up the wazoo. Republican results will show so we can get an idea of who the possible representative of the Party Who Screws Over the Poor In Favor …
Yes, I plan on voting for Hillary tomorrow. Not all homeschoolers are republicans.
I have several reasons for voting for Hillary Clinton. I think she is very experienced, quite smart, and I also happen to like her as a person. But as the campaign has moved along, I’ve actually found that the health care issue is the one that has literally made the decision for me. Read this NY Times opinion piece for a comparison of the Obama and Clinton plan to find out why.
Lying about an affair vs actual constitutional abuse? There’s no comparison. If Clinton was impeached for that, Bush needs to be impeached NOW. Bill Moyers quotes a statistic that 45% of Americans (in a poll, of course) favor impeaching him. Cheney clocks in at 54% (no doubt due to those two little horns on his head that used to be visible only to liberals). An excerpt from Moyers’ show last week looks back on the Clinton impeachment proceedings:
Moyers look back at Clinton’s impeachment
The arguments used …
I’d certainly hope so. You’re probably not, if you’re a wealthy corporate scion. Or hate gays. Or believe that freedom does not include the right to choose. Or are one of the 8 people not connected to the White House who still believe that invading Iraq actually had something to do with catching Bin Laden.
Here’s the headline from today’s New York Times (yes, that bastion of liberal media whose coverage of 2000′s election chicanery was pathetically not liberal):
Bush Is Prepared to Veto Bill to Expand Child Insurance