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Captain Hilts Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-05-07 02:11 PM
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32. Correction: DemocratIC woman. nt
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  -OK, here's my case against Hillary... TreasonousBastard  Apr-05-07 05:44 AM   #0 
  - There are a lot of women and girls who find the idea of a woman in the Oval Office inspiring.  MookieWilson   Apr-05-07 05:49 AM   #1 
  - Not this Democrat woman...  mahina   Apr-05-07 05:59 AM   #2 
  - Just about every women seems a Hillary supporter - as seen in the 75% polling amongst Dem women n/t  papau   Apr-05-07 06:12 AM   #5 
  - I guess they didn't call Hawaii.  mahina   Apr-05-07 06:34 AM   #8 
  - Nor Michigan  JNelson6563   Apr-05-07 07:24 AM   #10 
  - Nor Illinois  antifaschits   Apr-05-07 07:43 AM   #16 
  - Nor Virginia  peacebird   Apr-05-07 11:16 AM   #24 
     - Not Kansas either (and we like our woman governor just fine)  Jai4WKC08   Apr-05-07 01:15 PM   #31 
  - Nor Florida.  flpoljunkie   Apr-05-07 07:29 AM   #12 
  - Visit Tampa Bay/Clearwater and meet the ladies in Florida that I have met! n/t  papau   Apr-05-07 07:33 AM   #13 
     - Yep, I'm from the Tampa area  ElizabethDC   Apr-05-07 11:20 AM   #26 
     - Alright...she leads in all women except those in the actual 50 states.  Forkboy   Apr-05-07 01:07 PM   #30 
     - DU is not representative of the Democratic Party as a whole. nt  MookieWilson   Apr-05-07 02:12 PM   #33 
        - Exactly  Forkboy   Apr-05-07 03:16 PM   #38 
           - Our friendships and aquaintances are very 'self-selecting'. nt  MookieWilson   Apr-05-07 03:34 PM   #40 
              - ...  Tellurian   Apr-08-07 06:47 PM   #64 
     - I grew up in Tampa...  ms liberty   Apr-06-07 06:44 AM   #53 
  - Not me!  Nedsdag   Apr-05-07 08:44 AM   #20 
  - Me and my Democratic daughters are not Hillary supporters. n/t  Blue_In_AK   Apr-05-07 02:28 PM   #36 
  - Do you have a link for that stat, papau? That seems waaayyy too high.  Pirate Smile   Apr-06-07 12:20 AM   #45 
  - Guess I must know all the 25% of those polled...Actually, I'd say for me its 75% of the women I know  Pachamama   Apr-06-07 06:51 AM   #54 
  - I'm in the medical field and more than 75% of my co-workers  durrrty libby   Apr-05-07 07:22 AM   #9 
  - Same here. I'm seeing a lot of women and men who will support HRC. n/t  Alamom   Apr-05-07 07:27 AM   # 
  - I interact with many youngish college educated males  durrrty libby   Apr-05-07 08:10 AM   #19 
     - wouldn't a heart beating that fast be...  earthlover   Apr-06-07 12:11 AM   #43 
     - "wouldn't a heart beating that fast be...fibrillation?"  durrrty libby   Apr-06-07 08:23 AM   #56 
     - You mean men who never had a father figure, they like Hillary?  iconocrastic   Apr-06-07 12:32 AM   #47 
        - Having a strong woman in one's life does not mean there is no father figure  durrrty libby   Apr-06-07 08:26 AM   #57 
  - Certainly, women in the Medical Insurance  bvar22   Apr-06-07 10:24 AM   #58 
  - Not this Democratic woman  Carolina   Apr-05-07 12:28 PM   #29 
  - Correction: DemocratIC woman. nt  MookieWilson   Apr-05-07 02:11 PM   #32 
  - Ditto....  Hepburn   Apr-06-07 07:24 AM   #55 
  - great - let's vote for "novelty" - the FIRST woman or whatever instead of substance...  peacebird   Apr-05-07 06:01 AM   #3 
  - I agree - I want specifics on policy and I want management ability - and its early  papau   Apr-05-07 06:18 AM   #6 
  - I was in polling 8 years, so I know this is all too true. nt  MookieWilson   Apr-05-07 09:27 AM   #22 
  - Not this Democratic woman or her mother or any of her friends  Lydia Leftcoast   Apr-05-07 11:21 AM   #27 
  - I hear what you're saying, even if most DU women disagree...  ClassWarrior   Apr-05-07 02:27 PM   #35 
  - Mosely-Braun & Clark were the only two that had class and dignity...  rasputin1952   Apr-05-07 11:48 PM   #42 
  - That's why a lot of British women voted for Thatcher. A friend of the  KCabotDullesMarxIII   Apr-06-07 05:35 AM   #51 
  - I find it inspiring too.  Telly Savalas   Apr-07-07 12:13 AM   #62 
  - at least four more years of the crap we had to go through  Uben   Apr-05-07 06:11 AM   #4 
  - good point  flobee1   Apr-05-07 06:27 AM   #7 
  - I think Hillary would do a great job. As far as inspiration, no one can inspire like Obama can  mtnsnake   Apr-05-07 07:27 AM   #11 
  - I could vote for him with enthusiasm. We have a great crop to choose from. nt  MookieWilson   Apr-05-07 02:41 PM   #37 
  - Ha ha ha. Look what I found.  bling bling   Apr-07-07 12:58 AM   #63 
  - The OP's Title is "My case against Hillary."  Tellurian   Apr-05-07 07:35 AM   #14 
  - oh yeah...none exists...  earthlover   Apr-06-07 12:21 AM   #46 
  - I have a hard time finding the difference  donco   Apr-05-07 07:39 AM   #15 
  - The differences are obvious...no?  Tellurian   Apr-05-07 07:44 AM   #17 
  - Hillary represents peace? Where do you get that from?  jgraz   Apr-06-07 03:26 AM   #48 
  - I dislike the idea of HRC as our nominee as much as the next person but  skipos   Apr-05-07 09:18 AM   #21 
  - Open the newspaper - and your mind. nt  MookieWilson   Apr-05-07 02:13 PM   #34 
  - OK, here's my case against your case against Hillary  wyldwolf   Apr-05-07 08:01 AM   #18 
  - I don't know where you...  TreasonousBastard   Apr-05-07 11:16 AM   #23 
     - it was an easy call  wyldwolf   Apr-05-07 11:19 AM   #25 
     - because..  Tellurian   Apr-05-07 12:24 PM   #28 
        - Your second paragraph warrants a thread of it's own.  Alamom   Apr-06-07 04:45 AM   #49 
        - Thanks, Alamom..  Tellurian   Apr-06-07 09:45 PM   #61 
        - Feh! We know the "permanent government" isn't going away...  TreasonousBastard   Apr-06-07 01:49 PM   #59 
           - Why not?  Tellurian   Apr-06-07 09:41 PM   #60 
  - Vote for a woman?  marlakay   Apr-05-07 03:24 PM   #39 
  - Yes, in 2004 I would have voted for Elizabeth over Kerry, and Bush [of course].  MookieWilson   Apr-05-07 03:37 PM   #41 
  - I agree we need a manager that is inspirational...When JFK took the  rasputin1952   Apr-06-07 12:11 AM   #44 
  - My problem with Hillary is,  vssmith   Apr-06-07 04:45 AM   #50 
  - No candidate is perfect. I don't look at them as rock stars.  mmonk   Apr-06-07 05:44 AM   #52 
 

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