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artfan Donating Member (346 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-27-10 08:25 PM
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10. have these people never been to a wedding
it is common for the mother of the bride to get a new 'do' before the big event
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  -I'm calling it: Hillary Clinton's new hair + Rendell's view on The View + polls = She's running 2012 anAustralianobserver  Jul-27-10 08:16 PM   #0 
  - Since when is Rendell NOT an asshole?  Jennicut   Jul-27-10 08:17 PM   #1 
  - What shall we think if Obama dyes his? What does that  CBR   Jul-27-10 08:18 PM   #3 
     - He already does. It seems to get greyer and more elder-statesmanly at times. He's an exceptionally  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 08:24 PM   #8 
        - So what if he stops dying it -- what does that say about his chances? nt  CBR   Jul-27-10 08:25 PM   #9 
        - I like Hillary's new hair. I'm just saying it goes well with the experienced Sec. of State  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 08:34 PM   #16 
           - Its for the wedding so she can wear it up.  DURHAM D   Jul-27-10 09:56 PM   #44 
              - Ok maybe it was Buchanan and Rendell was drawn into it. I'd like to see the segment.  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 11:00 PM   #51 
        - MmmMmmMmm...  rury   Jul-27-10 10:45 PM   #49 
        - less perplexed  onpatrol98   Jul-28-10 11:12 AM   #77 
           - Bill could be considered MILDLY attractive  rury   Jul-28-10 06:44 PM   #90 
           - I think Bill Clinton has always had a social intelligence and a broad knowledge and eloquence,  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 10:07 PM   #105 
        - Obama dyes his hair?  blogslut   Jul-28-10 09:26 AM   #74 
           - I'm not sure; it was definitely more silver than I'd seen it before at some big speech maybe 2  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 04:41 PM   #87 
              - When black men cut their hair, it always looks less silver due to the natural curl pattern of black  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jul-28-10 10:20 PM   #107 
                 - This is very informative. Poignant signature line btw.  anAustralianobserver   Jul-29-10 01:00 AM   #110 
                    - Why, thank you!! n/t  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jul-29-10 09:24 AM   #118 
  - Hillary supports this Administration  bluestateguy   Jul-27-10 08:18 PM   #2 
  - Well said BSG! nt  caledesi   Jul-27-10 09:04 PM   #33 
  - Indeed.  backscatter712   Jul-27-10 10:07 PM   #46 
     - I hope Obama or someone more progressive than he is, is your pres 2013-2017  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 11:25 PM   #53 
  - You still sound like your posting from Alice Springs  grantcart   Jul-27-10 08:18 PM   #4 
  - haha I still don't get this reference?  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 08:28 PM   #11 
     - I worked for SAFCOL and a colleague was from Alice Springs  grantcart   Jul-27-10 08:42 PM   #19 
        - I'm not drinking; but you got me: last time I started a provocative post I was;  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 08:51 PM   #22 
  - Bet she doesn't. She'd have the same problem she had in 08-  babylonsister   Jul-27-10 08:19 PM   #5 
  - You nailed it 1000%  Maccagirl   Jul-27-10 08:23 PM   #7 
  - and that problem would be  artfan   Jul-27-10 08:28 PM   #12 
  - Huh?  babylonsister   Jul-27-10 08:30 PM   #14 
  - Agree with Babylonsister  spiritual_gunfighter   Jul-28-10 08:30 PM   #96 
  - Yes this scenario depends on Obama's ultimate cooperation. I don't think they are either mortal  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 08:40 PM   #17 
  - I tend not to trust Hillary Clinton but I would enjoy seeing her go up against them again.  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 08:47 PM   #21 
  - It would be a lot worse.  InAbLuEsTaTe   Jul-28-10 04:16 AM   #59 
  - how often do Dems who lose one primary win a next one? nt  DebJ   Jul-29-10 01:08 AM   #113 
  - IdioCrazy  Uzybone   Jul-27-10 08:21 PM   #6 
  - have these people never been to a wedding  artfan   Jul-27-10 08:25 PM   #10 
  - Obviously, the obvious is not so obvious for some people. n/t  vaberella   Jul-27-10 08:33 PM   #15 
  - In politics everything has 3 reasons :)  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 08:54 PM   #24 
  - Mother of the groom, too  frazzled   Jul-27-10 08:41 PM   #18 
     - Exactly - Men do not understand  xxqqqzme   Jul-27-10 09:17 PM   #35 
     - Good luck! My daughter just married in October, and I wish  DebJ   Jul-29-10 01:07 AM   #112 
  - Rendell (my Gov) was the first and possibly only Dem out there telling Al Gore  enough   Jul-27-10 08:29 PM   #13 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Jul-27-10 08:43 PM   #20 
  - I don't even have a blog!  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 08:59 PM   #29 
  - New do equals a run for the presidency? Now I've heard it all.  Curmudgeoness   Jul-27-10 08:53 PM   #23 
  - Bookmarked for future ridicule  NoPasaran   Jul-27-10 08:55 PM   #25 
  - Perfect  BeyondGeography   Jul-27-10 08:57 PM   #28 
  - awesome:) (see above post about masochist streak)  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 09:02 PM   #32 
  - You betcha Hillary will primary Obama  golfguru   Jul-27-10 08:55 PM   #26 
  - SOS Clinton is more likeable when she isn't running for anything. n/t  wisteria   Jul-27-10 08:55 PM   #27 
  - that is mighty silly  Warren Stupidity   Jul-27-10 09:01 PM   #30 
  - One problem with my dot-joining might be that Ed Rendell's comment will only advertise how well  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 09:47 PM   #42 
  - Don't think so.  saltpoint   Jul-27-10 09:01 PM   #31 
  - I think President Obama's support among women is  saltpoint   Jul-27-10 09:06 PM   #34 
  - That's true about the Supreme picks. I feel he is starting to regain general support in many ways,  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 09:30 PM   #38 
     - His connection with me is also very strong.  saltpoint   Jul-27-10 09:32 PM   #39 
  - "He'd have to cooperate" - lolsnort - She'd have to get past Pres Obama (she's 0 for 1)  AtomicKitten   Jul-27-10 09:22 PM   #36 
  - She can do it. Barack Obama is much less impressive as an incumbent than he was as the outsider.  JVS   Jul-28-10 04:52 AM   #61 
     - She won't challenge him.. but I knew at the time that he was playing his cards well with no record.  jesus_of_suburbia   Jul-28-10 09:01 PM   #99 
        - I hope you are wrong that Obama would have voted for the IWR nt  anAustralianobserver   Jul-29-10 01:14 AM   #114 
           - I agree that there is a possibility that he would have  karynnj   Jul-29-10 10:02 AM   #119 
  - Um...  Metric System   Jul-27-10 09:28 PM   #37 
  - Replace one DLC hack with another?  ibegurpard   Jul-27-10 09:32 PM   #40 
  - The DLC was relevant a few elections back. The Blue Dogs are the current boogiemen. nt  AtomicKitten   Jul-27-10 09:37 PM   #41 
  - That's insane and Rendell was being Rendell - often kind of a jerk who'll say anything.  Pirate Smile   Jul-27-10 09:55 PM   #43 
  - I don't think Ed Rendell likes President Obama  rury   Jul-27-10 11:01 PM   #52 
     - You are so right that I can't even add to what you've stated here! BRILLIANT!! n/t  Liberal_Stalwart71   Jul-28-10 09:09 AM   #71 
        - Why thank you!  rury   Jul-28-10 06:50 PM   #91 
  - WTF are you on?  Radical Activist   Jul-27-10 10:06 PM   #45 
  - 100% Arabica. If Obama says he won't run again, eg for family reasons (which would be partially  anAustralianobserver   Jul-27-10 10:56 PM   #50 
     - what family reasons?  WI_DEM   Jul-28-10 09:13 AM   #72 
     - For example too much pressure on his family, he needs to spend more time with them; or he  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 05:06 PM   #88 
     - If Obama (and it won't happen) decides not to run, the election would be open to all  karynnj   Jul-29-10 10:20 AM   #120 
  - I am here just for the comedy. nt  BootinUp   Jul-27-10 10:08 PM   #47 
  - Want some? Scoot over and I'll share.  AspenRose   Jul-28-10 11:53 PM   #108 
  - I don't see it happening  fujiyama   Jul-27-10 10:42 PM   #48 
  - Hillary will soon b out as SoS-provoking 2 many potential foreign conflicts-& her career will b over  InAbLuEsTaTe   Jul-28-10 04:28 AM   #60 
     - "Prvoking 2 many potential foreign conflicts" -- wtf are you talking about?  LostinVA   Jul-28-10 05:15 AM   #63 
  - not.  onenote   Jul-27-10 11:39 PM   #54 
  - For the record; it wasn't Rendell who started it - looks like it was Buchanan replying to  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 12:49 AM   #55 
  - Hillary's got to be looking at what happened with Julia Gillard & Kevin Rudd  depakid   Jul-28-10 01:06 AM   #56 
  - Yeah; it's interesting comparing US primary elections with the Australian internal party selection  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 01:22 AM   #57 
  - But isn't that a parliamentary system, where party leadership  treestar   Jul-28-10 11:31 AM   #81 
  - Woot! A good old fashioned primary challenge! I can't wait!  JVS   Jul-28-10 03:59 AM   #58 
  - Nice job making up things and stirring the pot  LostinVA   Jul-28-10 05:13 AM   #62 
  - Full disclosure: I was being a bit tongue-in-cheek, but when I heard about the polls in the last  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 08:14 PM   #93 
  - Bizarre. Hillary's new hair? Probably to go with her mother-of-the-bride outfit.  Hekate   Jul-28-10 05:28 AM   #64 
  - Stick to perdicting from which direction the sun will rise.  whistler162   Jul-28-10 06:13 AM   #65 
  - I predict east! Except, of course, in Australia it's the west.  anAustralianobserver   Jul-29-10 01:24 AM   #115 
  - HILLARY'S NEW HAIR SCREAMS 'MOTHER OF THE BRIDE' -- NOTHING MORE!  secondwind   Jul-28-10 07:30 AM   #66 
  - You're calling it wrong  Alcibiades   Jul-28-10 08:30 AM   #67 
  - The Secretary of State is not going to challenge the president in 2012  WI_DEM   Jul-28-10 08:31 AM   #68 
  - I've not detected a massive loss of support among women in polls, men, yes, but not women.  WI_DEM   Jul-28-10 08:34 AM   #69 
  - Two words. No. Way.  zulchzulu   Jul-28-10 08:49 AM   #70 
  - I made you think about it; I can tell.  anAustralianobserver   Jul-29-10 01:36 AM   #116 
  - Where Is That "Not This Shit Again" Guy At?  Yavin4   Jul-28-10 09:18 AM   #73 
  - didn't she say she didn't want to be Pres.?  ensho   Jul-28-10 10:17 AM   #75 
  - Not exactly on topic, but funny:  Arugula Latte   Jul-28-10 11:06 AM   #76 
  - hehe close enough  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 08:19 PM   #94 
  - That's not a good call at all. Rendell changed his tune to be more receptive of Obama being on  jenmito   Jul-28-10 11:13 AM   #78 
  - Start wearing a hat.  Ikonoklast   Jul-28-10 11:24 AM   #79 
  - You need to get closer to than from Australia  treestar   Jul-28-10 11:29 AM   #80 
  - hehe imagine the speculations around the world on US pollitics of ppl even less informed than me:)  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 08:24 PM   #95 
  - ROLF. Don't think so. If she does, she's gonna lose . . . again.  Phx_Dem   Jul-28-10 11:55 AM   #82 
  - LOL  La Lioness Priyanka   Jul-28-10 12:10 PM   #83 
  - Let's go over (and correct) all the things that various posters have gotten wrong in this thread:  StevieM   Jul-28-10 03:41 PM   #84 
  - Thanks for your points. As you say, Obama wouldn't have wanted her out on the campaign trail if she  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 09:31 PM   #101 
  - Hmm...  CakeGrrl   Jul-28-10 03:51 PM   #85 
  - she has nothing in the way of clout for any bargaining and planning  Whisp   Jul-28-10 04:18 PM   #86 
  - Yeah, maybe I'm overestimating her clout. My picture of the Dem party as the Clinton group plus  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 09:49 PM   #103 
  - Mother of the Bride.. upcoming wedding..  Peacetrain   Jul-28-10 05:08 PM   #89 
  - I'm calling it, anyone who believes this tripe is plain stupid.  Pisces   Jul-28-10 07:36 PM   #92 
  - This STILL will not work. History and perception are real bitches.  MissMarple   Jul-28-10 08:46 PM   #97 
  - "This would be pulling a Tancredo" ... Nope, it would be pulling a Teddy.  jesus_of_suburbia   Jul-28-10 08:55 PM   #98 
  - Maybe just maybe her only daughter is getting married and  MadMaddie   Jul-28-10 09:13 PM   #100 
  - Put down the bong and step away slowly.  ChimpersMcSmirkers   Jul-28-10 09:45 PM   #102 
  - Morning Joke?  Ross K   Jul-28-10 09:49 PM   #104 
  - hehe It was a real question or 2 with a sizeable serving of blarney. See post 93  anAustralianobserver   Jul-28-10 10:18 PM   #106 
  - oh it's a pun on 'Morning Joe', see I'm in tune you see, sometimes.  anAustralianobserver   Jul-29-10 12:52 AM   #109 
  - all these posts and no PICTURE of the new hairdo?  grasswire   Jul-29-10 01:04 AM   #111 
  - I couldn't find the video of her hair I saw on an MSNBC show.  anAustralianobserver   Jul-29-10 02:04 AM   #117 
  - Her daughter is getting married this weekend  MiniMe   Jul-29-10 03:13 PM   #121 

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