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Obamacare Donating Member (99 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Oct-30-09 04:14 AM
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102. Hillary and Bill played the race card too much
Thats what turned me off about them. I preferred Obama, but at first I didn't think he could win. But after the Clinton's starting race baiting him, I was team Obama 110% and have been ever since. Hillary really pissed me off when she said she can only win the white vote, the Clinton's really will do anything to win and that includes feeding racism. About her approval ratings, any time you are out of the public eye, your ratings will go up. The same thing happened with Michelle Obama, once she started keeping a low profile, doing gardening and talking to kids her ratings went up. Hillary is never on TV or giving speeches, so naturally her ratings were going to go up as well. The POTUS is the one who takes all the blows and punches at the end of the day, so of course his appvl ratings would be below hers. :shrug:
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