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Clinton Surrogate Ed Rendell Praises Fox News For

Clinton Surrogate Ed Rendell Praises Fox News For "Most Objective," "Balanced" Coverage

Commented Mar 31, 2008 at 16:59:42 in Media

“I couldn't agree more with Gov. Rendell. I find myself watching that channel more than the others lately. I use to never watch it and now it seems the most balanced. It will be interesting to see when the general election starts if that is still true. Go Hillary!”

c1ee on Mar 31, 2008 at 19:20:45

“Oh gosh, doesn't it bother you that they are designing their coverage so that they can try and get Hillary elected? Hillary elected as the democratic candidate is the best thing that can happen to them. The republican base will be rallied. All the drama of the clintons will ensure constantly high ratings. It is so obvious they are not doing this out of a noble quest for 'fair and balanced' coverage. It's a devious scheme with highly malicious intent.”

rfk68 on Mar 31, 2008 at 17:18:16

“Ah, you've found a home in the fox hole... Rove welcomes you.”

KQuark on Mar 31, 2008 at 17:06:42

“Of course you would love to watch Faux News if you are a Hillary supporter they unfairly bash Obama on a regular basis. That's the point here.”

WeekendWarrior on Mar 31, 2008 at 17:03:58

“Was that not Rush's and Carl's strategy. To make sure Hilliary is the nominee whom they are sure the Repubs can beat”
Hooked on Hillary

Hooked on Hillary

Commented Mar 30, 2008 at 17:06:31 in Politics

“I read this and had to laugh. Good Luck!”
Obama Bowls for Pennsylvania Voters

Obama Bowls for Pennsylvania Voters

Commented Mar 30, 2008 at 16:55:50 in Politics

“Just proves how out of touch he is with middle america - I bet you Hillary would woop him in Bowling. God knows we know she knows how to play!”

Pammy1151 on Mar 30, 2008 at 23:04:15

“Hillary wouldn't walk in a bowling alley. Not her kind of people.”

JClausen on Mar 30, 2008 at 23:02:45

“I thought about going bowling after reading this article, but I haven't been outside for days because of of SNIPER FIRE in the hills to the north. I've been trying to find an 8-year old to use as a human shield but haven't had any luck so far...”

lincat on Mar 30, 2008 at 20:22:19

“geriak: Are you serious?”

Jacee on Mar 30, 2008 at 19:56:37

“Yes, she won the World Bowling Championship held in Saigon in 1994. It was difficult but she prevailed, it isn't easy bowling and dodging sniper fire, while drinking a beer and solving the health care crisis.

I just don't know how she does it all...”

happydayz on Mar 30, 2008 at 18:10:26

“Yes, she's so in touch with middle america that she loaned $5 million to her campaign, and she owes small business all over Ohio and elsewhere because she doesn't pay her bills. Right. Just like us, too, she dodges sniper fire at airports....”
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The New York Times on Obama and Deval -- Assume Nothing, Question Everything

Commented Mar 28, 2008 at 18:55:53 in Media

“After reading this article in NYT I saw exactly how bad a President Barack Obama will be! He has copied everything that Daval Patrick and probably is just an empty shirt - Time will tell!”

Politicsasusual69 on Mar 28, 2008 at 22:58:43

“Hey, I voted for Deval, and my god! What an absolute disaster this guy has turned out to be. I don't know what I was thinking at the time, but I sure as hell will never vote for someone who has little to no prior experience like that again. He talked a good talk. He was smart and articulate, and gave good speeches. He made me think he was going to bring big changes to the office. So far, he's gotten little to nothing done, and failed to undo most of Mittens' less than popular policies. I will easily vote for someone else come next election. Talk about your empty suits.

Gee, I wonder if this post will be ironic in about two years.”

KimberlyKay on Mar 28, 2008 at 19:04:24

“Yup, you know I am so pleased that nobody has evaluated me based solely on who my friends happen to be. Has anybody done that to you? Time will tell -- and I believe Senator Obama (with us at his back) will be the 44th President of the United States of America. Now, we are facing untold horrors (we don't even know how bad it is) thanks to the last 7+ years of incompetence, corruption and radicalism, but I believe Senator Obama (with us at his back) is uniquely equipped to help us solve some of the mess and make serious progress on old messes (i.e. soaring health care costs).”
Senator Leahy To Clinton: Drop Out

Senator Leahy To Clinton: Drop Out

Commented Mar 28, 2008 at 18:51:37 in Politics

“Leahy - Dodd - this is why democrats are called weak! In the senate they can't stand up against the President. Instead they always want things the easy way. The only candidate who has any moxey - strength and not afraid to fight for what she wants is HILLARY CLINTON! Wouldn't it be nice if democrats in Congress had as much courage and strength as she did and then we would see this country in a much better and different light! What a bunch of wimps!!!!”
Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Bill Richardson Explains Why The <em>Other</em> Superdelegates Should Vote With Their States

Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Bill Richardson Explains Why The Other Superdelegates Should Vote With Their States

Commented Mar 24, 2008 at 15:44:36 in Media

“What a crock! Bill is such an opportunist! You can see it when he talks. What a shill!”

rosal on Mar 25, 2008 at 00:34:43

“What do you expect from "I didn't have relations with that woman"?”

KDH on Mar 24, 2008 at 15:50:58

“Yeah....He's an ingrate, and an opportunist.”
Carville Compares Richardson Endorsement To Biblical Betrayal

Carville Compares Richardson Endorsement To Biblical Betrayal

Commented Mar 22, 2008 at 19:12:07 in Politics

“Terrific comment by James. i couldn't agree more. This endoresement by Richardson was such a political one. I wouldn't be surprised if he was told he would be VP if he endorsed him. Let's wait and see. And If Hillary wins I wouldn't let him the house!!!!”

chlllfactor on Mar 23, 2008 at 00:37:40

“I think your head went out to lunch - if Richardson endorsed Hillary, he would end up in a comfortable position in the White House. By endorsing Obama he may well have cut his own political throat. Richardson had the courage to go against the Clinton machine - he chose country over Clinton. WOW! What a phenomenon in today's political climate. A man of principle.”

GLBorchert on Mar 22, 2008 at 22:17:35

“Hillary won't win, so that won't ever be an issue. It's not surprising, though, that a HRC supporter would resent anyone making a difficult decision based on principle.”

Mattie on Mar 22, 2008 at 21:00:58

“Just a few weeks ago on CNN, Richardson said endorsements were silly and meaningless. Another Obama supporter who doesn't mean what he says, and who's actions don't match his words. LOL, I love watching the politics of hope and change. Racism, hate, name calling, flip flopping, all part of the program I guess! ABC did a story tonight on the dems imploding, and said how Clinton supporters are showing in poll after poll because of the nastiness of this campaign that they won't vote for Obama, could luck in November without us!!!!!”

HeadScratcher on Mar 22, 2008 at 20:53:47

“Want cheese with that whine?”

kevenseven on Mar 22, 2008 at 19:50:03

“No endorsement of Obama could be principled, all endorsements of Clinton are principled?”

newunderground on Mar 22, 2008 at 19:22:07

“ames Carville is not a true Democrat. Neither Is Hillary.”
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Is the Media's Pursuit of Horserace Coverage the Reason Sen. Clinton is Still Considered a Viable Contender for the Democratic Presidential Nomination?

Commented Mar 22, 2008 at 19:10:06 in Politics

“I couldn't agree more with the author. She should stay in the race - if she wins great - if not she has sharpened the eventual nominee - he will be attacked like never before - he has no idea - GOOD LUCK HILLARY!”

nomobull on Mar 22, 2008 at 22:02:11

“meanwhile john mccain gets away with crap because of the distraction caused by a race that had she been in the lead would be over.”
HE'S BACK: Bill Clinton's Campaign Remarks

HE'S BACK: Bill Clinton's Campaign Remarks

Commented Mar 22, 2008 at 19:06:21 in Politics

“I was glad to see that Pres Clinton is speaking the truth. Obama and his staff are paranoid - afraid of anything that might affect the future votes. I would like to see a civil election and not one that is going to turn on race and get down and dirty.”

GoLeftGoDeep on Mar 22, 2008 at 19:24:26

“right, that's why Bill is out lying through his teeth for Hillary?

the only way to see such an election would be to convince Hillary to leave the field because she's already lost and she and her supporters know it ... but then reality isn't her's or Bill's strong suite”

AnninCA on Mar 22, 2008 at 19:22:40

“I believe Ferarro when she says, "He is the one who started this."

That is one mad woman who is speaking the truth. Nobody can shut her up. *haha

He tangled with the wrong person.”

BWonka on Mar 22, 2008 at 19:13:39

“Bill Clinton is the paranoid one - he is afraid Hillary won't win and will be home checking on him all the time.”

Shannon2008 on Mar 22, 2008 at 19:12:27

“"It'd be a great thing if we had an election where you had two people who love this country, who were devoted to the interest of the country and people could actually ask themselves who is right on these issues instead of all this other stuff which always seems to intrude on our politics."

DOES NOT EQUAL

"I was glad to see that Pres Clinton is speaking the truth. Obama and his staff are paranoid - afraid of anything that might affect the future votes. I would like to see a civil election and not one that is going to turn on race and get down and dirty."

I DIDN'T SEE OBAMA'S NAME ANYWHERE IN WHAT SLICK WILLIE SAID. SO, OBVIOUSLY HE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH WHAT WE ARE DISCUSSING HERE.”
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A Few Unanswered Questions About Bill Richardson's Obama Endorsement

Commented Mar 21, 2008 at 17:26:06 in Home

“This endorsement is a joke! Bill Richardson has no idea what he is doing and if he was going to endorse Obama you would have thought he would have done it before Texas with all the latino vote - Very strange - must be something he traded for. Wonder what that was? A real endorsement that means something came from John Murtha yesterday - Now this makes alot of sense. The Richardson one - not so much!”

MsLiz on Mar 21, 2008 at 19:17:09

“"Bill Richardson has no idea what he is doing "

You don't understand why he is doing it, I'll agree. But to say he is loco in la cabeza is to rationalize your misunderstanding.

I think Richardson listened to Obama's speech, and that tipped the scales. I wish everyone would listen to it -- without having their ear full of Fox Wax. Richardson's timing helps Obama's campaign in that the subject needed to be changed. Fox was still running the pastor clips this morning.”

Rasengan on Mar 21, 2008 at 17:46:31

“Murtha who thinks the surge it working? Please. Either endorsement could be spun to be pivotal or to be what they really are - - one person's opinion. Lets move on.”

FrankBlackFrancis on Mar 21, 2008 at 17:42:31

“Murtha? First, he did not run for President nor is he a governor. He represents the establishment, he has his own ethical lapses and is not well liked among his colleagues. His endorsemnet of Hillary is a hindrance to her campaign. Richardson ran for president, worked fo rthe Clinton's and ia agovernor of a state int he West. He is a diplomat with foreign policy experience. This all makes it very significant. Sorry your candidate lost, seriously, no sarcasm. I would have supported Hilalry had she won, but she can't unless she uses super delegates. Reverse the roles, if Obama was trailing like Hillary is, we'd be arguing that he remove himself from the race. What makes Hillary so special?”
Mike Allen Profile: We Read The NYT Magazine's Politico Piece So You Don't Have To

Mike Allen Profile: We Read The NYT Magazine's Politico Piece So You Don't Have To

Commented Apr 21, 2010 at 16:36:18 in Media

“This guy is weird. What is weirder is that Morning Joe hangs on his every word. Makes you wonder who is in charge in the liberal world???”

xlntcat on Apr 21, 2010 at 17:03:17

“You might want to read the op-ed also on page one of HP regarding the NYT injuring its credibility by publishing rumors, speculation and insinuation from Mr. A Source. Ask yourself if the WH contacting a man who is the first to report misleading negative information about this administration and who openly supports republicans make good sense.”
Craig Crawford Leaving MSNBC: 'Unrewarding,' 'Cartoon Player For Lefty Games'

Craig Crawford Leaving MSNBC: 'Unrewarding,' 'Cartoon Player For Lefty Games'

Commented Mar 5, 2010 at 19:32:49 in Media

“Glad to hear he is leaving. I always liked Craig and new he couldn't stomach Chris or Keith. They are so left wing!! No compassion - only like to demean people. Good for your Craig!”

TFlint on Mar 5, 2010 at 19:54:32

“Unlike angelic Rush and Glenn.”

mollymac on Mar 5, 2010 at 19:42:24

“knew.”

proudliberal4truth on Mar 5, 2010 at 19:36:58

“No compassion? Have you ever watched Keith Olbermann? Have you followed any of his health care comments? Chris Matthews is admittedly, a self-important pompous a** but Keith (although a little over the top at times). Craig is likable and smiles a lot, but he has no deeply held political convictions and that's why he never fit in at MSNBC.”
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To Heilemann, Halperin and Politico: I'll Proudly Defend Hillary Clinton, On the Record

Commented Jan 12, 2010 at 19:03:30 in Politics

“Another one who proves that Hillary was not some back biting bitch. She was a true winner in all her voters eyes and when she is demeaned we too feel demeaned. She should have been our President. She sure did deserve it and I amm extremely proud and happy to stand with her and Bill.”

thebirdstheword on Jan 12, 2010 at 20:25:00

“she had the nomination and the media in the bag until she didn't factor in the importance of the caucuses. obama took advantage of her campaign's miscalculations and the media began to give equal time to the upstart once he started winning states. and please don't parrot the media loves obama rhetoric of the right- it's simply not true.

she had every opportunity and frankly she squandered it. if she couldn't even run a successful campaign, how do you believe she would have been a better president?”
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The True Character of Hillary Clinton

Commented Jan 12, 2010 at 18:47:38 in Politics

“Excellent article. I loved Hillary and am still depressed to this day that she was not our President. She has the experience and stamina to have delivered and handled this economy better that BO ever could. And with Bill at her side she would have been one of our greatest Presidents - instead we are stuck with this paper tiger in the WH. Her character is beyond reproach and that book Game Change is just an unsolicited gossip manual not really showing anyone in any good light except Barack Obama. How Quaint!”

enoughofrr on Jan 12, 2010 at 18:53:04

“Yeah, right.”
Sarah Palin Vs. William Shatner On

Sarah Palin Vs. William Shatner On "Tonight Show" (VIDEO)

Commented Dec 12, 2009 at 18:58:13 in Comedy

“Terrific! I loved it!!”
West Point Cadet To Chris Matthews: We Are Not The Enemy

West Point Cadet To Chris Matthews: We Are Not The Enemy

Commented Dec 3, 2009 at 16:57:24 in Politics

“This Chris Matthews is bleeping A hole - He has been for a long time. As my husband keeps saying to me - maybe he's back on the sauce! You never know.”
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Thankful, Well Not So Very Much

Commented Nov 27, 2009 at 19:33:12 in Politics

“I told you so but no one wanted to listen.”
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Why the Palin "Hate Affair" Will Backfire

Commented Nov 21, 2009 at 16:06:35 in Politics

“This is a very perceptive article. Those that continue to bach her only help her image to get better. She knows it as well as her followers. I do not understand the hatred but have accepted it. If she ever runs she will have convinced many that she can. Then watch out. Best of Luck Sarah. After watching the horrendous beating Hillary took I can't help but think that you can beat them.”
News Flash to Mika Brzezinski: Not All Women Get Your Breaks And Can Have It All

News Flash to Mika Brzezinski: Not All Women Get Your Breaks And Can Have It All

Commented Nov 17, 2009 at 16:27:24 in Media

“I watch Mika and enjoy her but her life is one of priviledge and luck. We all have stories but none like her. I wouldn't take her advice as mother and wife since she has never suffered in life. Sorry Mika!”

yoli647 on Nov 17, 2009 at 21:02:22

“Thank you, well said..”
Levi Johnston Playgirl PHOTO! First Topless Picture Released

Levi Johnston Playgirl PHOTO! First Topless Picture Released

Commented Nov 17, 2009 at 16:19:02 in Entertainment

“What a jerk!!”

roshni on Nov 17, 2009 at 17:22:02

“Why?”
David Brooks: Palin's A 'Joke,' A 'Potential Talk Show Host' (VIDEO)

David Brooks: Palin's A 'Joke,' A 'Potential Talk Show Host' (VIDEO)

Commented Nov 15, 2009 at 18:52:46 in Politics

“Sometimes I think David Brooks is embarrassment. Another elite!”

BannedInBoston on Nov 15, 2009 at 18:54:07

“An embarassment to himself, definitely, since he's wrong about 90% of the time, especially when it comes to political prognostication....”
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First Hillary, Now Sarah

Commented Nov 15, 2009 at 12:39:04 in Politics

“No I am saying that her staff screwed up and did not see the pot holes of the caucuses and that is why she lost - not because she wasn't a strong leader. At the end of the campaign it was clear Hillary was the better candidate and a stronger leader but the rules are the rules and she did not fight the final total. I argue quite the contrary - she was and is a strong leader and would have made a better President than BO but we are left with what we have and have to hope that BO does a good job. I do not wish him to fail just to stand up and fight for something. He appears a bit weak to me. I am sure that Hillary and or Sarah would be stronger than this President has exhibited so far. Women do not vote out of spite or revenge. We are very analytical and compassinate and emotional species who always look at all the views of candidates unlike Men who vote for the STRONG LEADER and that's it. Sarah Palin may surprise you but you will have to open up your objectivity to see it. If you go in closed minded from the beginning than she or anyonelese you treat like that will not get your vote. I hope you are open minded when it comes to chosing our leaders!”

party-of-one on Nov 15, 2009 at 17:25:16

“Ultimately, Hillary chose the primary-caucus strategy for her campaign, that was a leadership decision.”
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First Hillary, Now Sarah

Commented Nov 14, 2009 at 18:40:31 in Politics

“Will see what happens but I have studied her positions and feel that any one that can be a governor of a State ( I do not care what state) is much smarter than anyone I know. It takes guts and some education to get where she got. You got to give her credit for that. I look forward to seeing what happens - She ight not run. AFter the way the media and the left have treated her and her family I know I would not run but she may be a better and tougher person than I would be. Thanks for sharing your outlook and we shall see.”
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First Hillary, Now Sarah

Commented Nov 14, 2009 at 15:56:32 in Politics

“Family all in Virginia and North Carolina and Guess what = "They like Sarah too" As for Joe Lieberman I voted for Ned Lamont. You see I have been a democrat for over 30 years! MAKES you NUTS HUH?”

OverIt on Nov 14, 2009 at 16:08:39

“Meant "stump". Freudian slip.”

OverIt on Nov 14, 2009 at 16:06:29

“Takes a lot to make me nuts nowadays. After I lost my voice for a whole day when Bush v. Gore was decided, I am passionate but look at things at a healthy "distance".

You know, there IS a big difference between liking Sarah as a PERSON and liking her as a politician and potential presidential candidate. Watching her clips on Oprah, I can see how someone might even find her charming.

(I'm not there yet because I am still having flashbacks of her stomp speech.)

Her politics aside, I just don't think she's up to the task of high office in terms of brainpower and analytical skills.”
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First Hillary, Now Sarah

Commented Nov 14, 2009 at 15:36:45 in Politics

“Nope Connecticut !!!”

OverIt on Nov 14, 2009 at 15:44:48

“Sigh! Nice BLUE vote cushion there so as good as a red state in terms of the potential impact. Pretty please NEVER move to Wisconsin, Virginia, Indiana, and ESPECIALLY Florida.

I always ask everyone from CT what they think of Lieberman?”
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