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Posted by madamesilverspurs | Fri Aug 5, 2016, 05:20 PM (0 replies)

whiffed

Posted by madamesilverspurs | Wed Aug 3, 2016, 11:43 PM (2 replies)

Hillary event in Colorado -- streaming

https://www.facebook.com/hillaryforco/videos/vb.401198936698615/686593311492508/?type=2&theater¬if_t=live_video_share¬if_id=1470259271715908
Posted by madamesilverspurs | Wed Aug 3, 2016, 05:23 PM (4 replies)

If at first you don't succeed . . .

A while back I introduced a pro-Hillary T-shirt design. It was, to my delight, well received, and there were many urgings that I make it available for Hillary supporters. To that end I began efforts to contact the Hillary campaign, seeking permission to go ahead, or even a simple “no objection” to the design. From the regional director of the victory campaign came the remark that it was “not likely that the campaign would object to seeing the candidate promoted,” and encouraged me to have some made for my use and to share with others locally. For three months I have continued to try to contact someone/anyone in the Clinton campaign. My email to the legal team was finally answered:

Thank you for your support of Hillary for America. We are always looking for new ways to make ourselves more accessible for those who want to be involved in the campaign, and very much appreciate your input and ideas. We will be sure to take your feedback into consideration as we continue expanding our website and outreach.

Please consider signing up to volunteer . . .


So, welcome back to square one. The online store I set up to make the shirts available is unwilling to produce the design without written permission from the campaign, and I completely understand their legal concerns.

That said, respecting the legal parameters is frustrating as all get out, especially when the Hillary logo, like the Obama logo before it, is used on widely available products that are decidedly anti-Democrat. At this point, I can do nothing but shake my head, mildly amused that the frustration itself is completely legal.

Meanwhile, please excuse the large brick-wall imprint on my forehead.



. . .sigh . . .
Posted by madamesilverspurs | Wed Aug 3, 2016, 04:44 PM (5 replies)

If at first you don't succeed . . .

A while back I introduced a pro-Hillary T-shirt design. It was, to my delight, well received, and there were many urgings that I make it available for Hillary supporters. To that end I began efforts to contact the Hillary campaign, seeking permission to go ahead, or even a simple “no objection” to the design. From the regional director of the victory campaign came the remark that it was “not likely that the campaign would object to seeing the candidate promoted,” and encouraged me to have some made for my use and to share with others locally. For three months I have continued to try to contact someone/anyone in the Clinton campaign. My email to the legal team was finally answered:

Thank you for your support of Hillary for America. We are always looking for new ways to make ourselves more accessible for those who want to be involved in the campaign, and very much appreciate your input and ideas. We will be sure to take your feedback into consideration as we continue expanding our website and outreach.

Please consider signing up to volunteer . . .


So, welcome back to square one. The online store I set up to make the shirts available is unwilling to produce the design without written permission from the campaign, and I completely understand their legal concerns.

That said, respecting the legal parameters is frustrating as all get out, especially when the Hillary logo, like the Obama logo before it, is used on widely available products that are decidedly anti-Democrat. At this point, I can do nothing but shake my head, mildly amused that the frustration itself is completely legal.

Meanwhile, please excuse the large brick-wall imprint on my forehead.



. . .sigh . . .
Posted by madamesilverspurs | Wed Aug 3, 2016, 02:39 PM (3 replies)

From the get-go






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Posted by madamesilverspurs | Tue Aug 2, 2016, 05:15 PM (1 replies)

Kornacke (on MSNBC) just asked

"What's Hillary's biggest liability going forward?"

Can't say what his guest answered, I was too busy yelling "The MEDIA! That's her biggest liability!"




Thanks, just needed to get that out.


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Posted by madamesilverspurs | Tue Aug 2, 2016, 04:28 PM (27 replies)

Dammit, MSNBC!

There we were, listening to Clinton's talk from Pennsylvania. Then you cut in to tell us what she was saying rather than allowing us to continue listening to her directly.

Do you seriously wonder why you lose viewers?

And of course the conversation now turns to Trump.


Once more with feeling: LIBERAL MEDIA MY ASS!




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Posted by madamesilverspurs | Sat Jul 30, 2016, 04:38 PM (27 replies)

No caption required.



(this photo was shared on facebook



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Posted by madamesilverspurs | Fri Jul 29, 2016, 09:26 PM (27 replies)

Yes SHE Can

This is now available from my online shop (addy in sigline)

Posted by madamesilverspurs | Fri Jul 29, 2016, 03:39 PM (0 replies)
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