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gateley Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Sep-25-07 01:31 AM
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11. What is their explanation, then, of why they ARE supporting her? nt
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  - Why aren't Hillary supporters bothered by her support of outsourcing? Why are they not bothered by saracat  Sep-25-07 01:14 AM   #0 
  - I haven't picked a candidate yet, but I don't expect  pnwmom   Sep-25-07 01:18 AM   #1 
  - I don't expect to agree on everything with a candidate but Hillary is so far apart from the others  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:25 AM   #3 
     - Look at Obama's and Clinton's records in the Senate.  pnwmom   Sep-25-07 10:09 AM   #76 
  - I was talking to one of her most prominent supporters in the state recently  thecatburgler   Sep-25-07 01:22 AM   #2 
  - That is EXACTLY my point. I have afriend who has given her mega bucks and bundled a whole lot more  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:27 AM   #6 
  - What is their explanation, then, of why they ARE supporting her? nt  gateley   Sep-25-07 01:31 AM   #11 
     - They act as though it is "inevitable" and they want to be on the "right' side.  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:36 AM   #15 
     - Hmmm. Interesting. nt  gateley   Sep-25-07 03:23 AM   #45 
     - Has it occurred to you that her supporters simply think she would make the best president?  beaconess   Sep-25-07 06:55 AM   #65 
        - But why? They do not say why. Edwards and Obama have positions that  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:54 PM   #85 
           - You have never seen a Hillary supporter give substantive reasons why they support her?  beaconess   Sep-25-07 08:00 PM   #100 
     - Simple. They expect to get the last jobs in America before the lights get turned out.  leveymg   Sep-25-07 01:44 AM   #21 
  - Who's more electable than HRC?  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 01:28 AM   #7 
  - All the polling on the General Election has both Edwards and Obama doing better against the GOP!  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:29 AM   #8 
  - "All" the polling? That's strange.  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 01:37 AM   #17 
     - John Edwards is doing better. I did not say she was getting her ass kicked.  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:39 AM   #19 
     - John Edwards only has a meaningful lead in one matchup,  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 01:45 AM   #22 
        - In what you posted Edwards does better than Hillary against either Fred or Mitt.  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:52 AM   #26 
           - Meaningfully, I said. As in,  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 02:02 AM   #33 
     - I have no idea  kenfrequed   Sep-26-07 01:01 AM   #106 
        - Let me edit a bit  kenfrequed   Sep-26-07 01:06 AM   #107 
  - Edwards is more electable.  The Backlash Cometh   Sep-25-07 06:01 AM   #61 
  - As angry as Americans are with our government and their lack of...  superkia   Sep-25-07 04:44 PM   #98 
  - I don't get it either  Lugnut   Sep-26-07 12:54 AM   #105 
  - Hillary's "support of outsourcing" is a willful misinterpretation.  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 01:26 AM   #4 
  - I posted her quote on outsourcing elsewhere on DU and let me tell you the  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:33 AM   #13 
     - Not all bad things are realistically going to be stopped by government intervention.  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 01:40 AM   #20 
        - That is only one of the reasons not to vote for her in the primary.  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:53 AM   #27 
        - I still would like to know why some support her without liking her positions!  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:56 AM   #28 
        - I think it's a matter of people  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 02:07 AM   #34 
           - Thank you for an intelligent , well thought out answer.I have asked some and I posted the answers  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:09 AM   #37 
              - I never ever thought, that i would have a chance to cast a vote for a woman president, and  Ninga   Sep-25-07 02:06 PM   #90 
        - However, the government could at least do business with firms  lapfog_1   Sep-25-07 03:19 AM   #44 
  - I read a post here on DU today  Horse with no Name   Sep-25-07 01:27 AM   #5 
  - Believe it or not,  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 01:30 AM   #9 
     - With all due respect  Horse with no Name   Sep-25-07 01:36 AM   #16 
     - ...if you have no desire  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 01:45 AM   #23 
        - There is A LOT more to DU than listening to  Horse with no Name   Sep-25-07 02:42 AM   #42 
        - I would love to hear her supporters explain why they support her  Pawel K   Sep-25-07 10:37 AM   #78 
     - Yes, but that doesn't mean there are no paid operatives.  DemBones DemBones   Sep-25-07 01:47 AM   #24 
        - The funny thing about the internet is, what you know isn't always so.  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 02:01 AM   #32 
           - I think there is some truth in what you say, Kelly! I don't think DU is important enough to  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:07 AM   #35 
           - You're only forbidden from rejoining if you're tombstoned,  Kelly Rupert   Sep-25-07 02:16 AM   #39 
           - That is how I read it as well. Anyway it is a very interesting theory you have  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:31 AM   #40 
           - How nice  Horse with no Name   Sep-25-07 02:47 AM   #43 
           - Not kind of... VERY chickenshit... and sock puppets are against the rules. n/t  redqueen   Sep-25-07 01:54 PM   #84 
           - You don't?  redqueen   Sep-25-07 01:53 PM   #83 
           - Since you admit to having changed your user name more than once,  DemBones DemBones   Sep-25-07 09:40 PM   #104 
  - I don't get it, either. Would I like to see a woman president?  DemBones DemBones   Sep-25-07 01:30 AM   #10 
  - I am troubled by that support ...  Trajan   Sep-25-07 01:31 AM   #12 
  - I also don't see as much support among some of the rank and file as is indicated in the "polling'.  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:01 AM   #31 
     - People active in the Democratic party--  eridani   Sep-25-07 03:55 AM   #47 
  - Here's a thought:  aquart   Sep-25-07 01:34 AM   #14 
  - I am not "sliming " anyone. I would just like to have an answer to the question I ask in the OP  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:37 AM   #18 
  - Excellent.  emilyg   Sep-25-07 01:49 AM   #25 
  - Could someone please answer the quesion asked in the OP?  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:58 AM   #29 
     - Deleted message  Name removed   Sep-25-07 02:08 AM   #36 
        - Dammit. I am not "slime" or sliming. I have valid reasons not to support Hillary in the primary.  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:13 AM   #38 
           - I'm not firmly in her camp, but she would be great as Pres/Dem nominee IMO - but your  papau   Sep-25-07 08:30 AM   #68 
  - well said.  CitizenLeft   Sep-25-07 02:00 AM   #30 
  - YAY ! ....  Trajan   Sep-26-07 01:12 AM   #109 
  - I read a policy paper on her "support"  Jim4Wes   Sep-25-07 02:42 AM   #41 
  - Actually, it's a proposal to use fees from H1-B visas  lapfog_1   Sep-25-07 03:46 AM   #46 
     - my thoughts  Jim4Wes   Sep-25-07 04:48 AM   #51 
        - Just read your response over again...  lapfog_1   Sep-25-07 06:46 AM   #63 
  - Also, where are those who are Dems but who don't support her?  broadcaster   Sep-25-07 03:58 AM   #48 
  - It is far easier for Dems to agree on issues IMO--  eridani   Sep-25-07 04:06 AM   #49 
  - kicking for information  xchrom   Sep-25-07 04:37 AM   #50 
  - Cognitive Dissonance.  JTFrog   Sep-25-07 04:53 AM   #52 
  - Like when  Jim4Wes   Sep-25-07 05:11 AM   #53 
     - Like threatening Iran, and continuing to let private insurance kill 18,000 a year? n/t  eridani   Sep-25-07 05:18 AM   #54 
     - There is no politican  Jim4Wes   Sep-25-07 05:33 AM   #56 
        - Unfortunately you are right  eridani   Sep-26-07 02:31 AM   #110 
     - Not even close.  JTFrog   Sep-25-07 05:40 AM   #58 
        - Sure, but maybe I didn't put it well  Jim4Wes   Sep-25-07 05:55 AM   #59 
           - Again, no.  JTFrog   Sep-25-07 06:20 AM   #62 
  - I'm bothered by many things about Hillary  Enrique   Sep-25-07 05:30 AM   #55 
  - very good answer  wyldwolf   Sep-25-07 05:33 AM   #57 
     - I support Obama, and I could care less about how the GOP will play with Obama.  Dawgs   Sep-25-07 07:35 AM   #67 
  - I think she is for outsourcing when she's in India, but against it when she's  The Backlash Cometh   Sep-25-07 05:58 AM   #60 
  - Tata's contract was to hire in a depressed area of NY - but they brought in folks from India -taught  papau   Sep-25-07 08:33 AM   #69 
     - No kidding. Hillary got fooled,..again?  The Backlash Cometh   Sep-25-07 08:35 AM   #70 
        - I have to go but a google should get you the total story - she supported th  papau   Sep-25-07 08:42 AM   #71 
           - Hmm...couldn't anybody sue that corp. for racial discrimination?  The Backlash Cometh   Sep-25-07 10:28 AM   #77 
              - ? - don't think so as they hire anyone - its just the positions are filled via India :-) n/t  papau   Sep-25-07 08:24 PM   #102 
                 - That doesn't sound like it will hold up to a constitutional challenge.  The Backlash Cometh   Sep-26-07 08:24 AM   #112 
  - Seriously? Because she's way better than a Republican, and is looking strong.  LoZoccolo   Sep-25-07 06:48 AM   #64 
  - I agree with your view  Jim4Wes   Sep-25-07 04:56 PM   #99 
  - Probably because . . . as indicated by your last go-around on this . . .  HughBeaumont   Sep-25-07 07:30 AM   #66 
  - Thank god you pointed that out - I think I'll help get republicans elected instead  LynneSin   Sep-25-07 08:45 AM   #72 
  - "alerted" For what reason? I asked why some support your candidate?  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:46 PM   #81 
     - Why do you support a candiidate who pretends his Senate career never happened?  rinsd   Sep-25-07 02:06 PM   #91 
        - It is okay for you to think that but what has that to do with Lyne alerting on a question?  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:19 PM   #93 
  - Uhm. She has the same health plan as Edwards (confirmed by his wife in an interview)  Mass   Sep-25-07 08:48 AM   #73 
  - The usual hypocrisy from the OP's perpetual line of dubious charges..  Tellurian   Sep-25-07 08:55 AM   #74 
  - Ah still no answer about "why" some support your candidate?  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:56 PM   #86 
  - The funding of Edwards program is entirely different. He doesn't rely on "tax credits" and he  saracat   Sep-25-07 01:50 PM   #82 
     - That simply is not true. Edwards is using TAX CREDITS to help finance. Its right there in his plan  rinsd   Sep-25-07 02:02 PM   #87 
        - His plan does not "rely" solely on tax credits.Where is Hillary's funding ? Where are her rollbacks...  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:25 PM   #94 
           - Sigh Hillary is also funding her plan by rolling back Bush's tax cuts  rinsd   Sep-25-07 02:32 PM   #96 
  - Be sure to check out the Lou Dobb videos I posted last night re: Hillary, h1-b visas , outsourcing  antigop   Sep-25-07 08:58 AM   #75 
  - crickets....... n/t  antigop   Sep-25-07 10:45 AM   #79 
  - Marking this so I'll be sure to check back later...  redqueen   Sep-25-07 02:03 PM   #88 
  - Good Points. n/t  OhioChick   Sep-25-07 11:02 AM   #80 
  - Hilary seeks to remove tax breaks from outsourcing companies  rinsd   Sep-25-07 02:05 PM   #89 
  - The mandatory provision of Hillary's is that she demands you have health insurance.  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:17 PM   #92 
     - Are you even familiar with Edwards plan? Here's a PDF.  rinsd   Sep-25-07 02:28 PM   #95 
        - I disagree with your interpretation.The verbiage on the announcement is interesting as well.Note  saracat   Sep-25-07 02:41 PM   #97 
  - People want to be on the winning side...  polichick   Sep-25-07 08:02 PM   #101 
  - "Bothered" . . .. ??? I find it all frightening -- !!!!  defendandprotect   Sep-25-07 09:03 PM   #103 
  - Many Hillaristas are members of the investor class, not the working class  IndianaGreen   Sep-26-07 01:09 AM   #108 
  - The definition of a Hillary Clinton supporter:  Steve_in_California   Sep-26-07 03:37 AM   #111 
 

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