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More Than A Feeling Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-08-06 02:22 PM
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Poll question: If Hillary apologized for her IWR vote, would that actually satisfy you?
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Edited on Fri Dec-08-06 02:23 PM by Heaven and Earth
In my observations, Senator Clinton's failure to apologize for her IWR vote seems to be an oft-repeated and strongly felt objection to the possibility of her candidacy, and of supporting her. I'm no Hillary partisan (I object to her on the grounds of her support for the criminalization of flag-burning), but I do wonder whether the reason why she hasn't apologized is that by now, she thinks that it would just be seen as a political ploy, and would hurt her more than it would help. I'm not asking whether she is justified in assuming that stance (it could be that apologizing would be the right thing to do, regardless of the politics of it), but I do want to test whether if she thought that, she would be right.

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