A slap in the face of bravery…

May 19, 2008

This is an interesting video compilation of the sexist attacks against Hillary by the media, the public, and yes St. Obama himself, set to Hillary’s brave and groundbreaking 1995 UN speech on women’s rights.


Present, Present, Present, Present, Present, Present…

February 27, 2008


Remember when Hillary Clinton pointed out Barack’s numerous present votes (rather than taking a stand) on abortion? As always, Barack Read the rest of this entry »

Why I’m against Obama…

February 20, 2008

obama4.jpghillary-book-797198.jpgRecently I received an email from a friend who supports Obama asking why I am not also an Obama supporter, and how I can be for Hillary. I’ve been asked this numerous times during the past several months, and since I don’t have time to respond to everyone of you, I thought I’d post my recent response to my friend. Yes, we are still friends despite this rift, it can be done…

I’m for Hillary and against Obama for Read the rest of this entry »

In their own words: Health Care

February 13, 2008

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By popular demand!

*NB: What you find below are select quotes from Obama and Clinton’s websites. I have chosen these particular quotes because I think they represent the essence of of their respective platforms, and provide interesting points of comparison. Anything in blue are my own words, everything else is direct from the candidates mouths… I ENCOURAGE YOU TO GO TO BOTH WEBSITES AND LOOK AT VOTING RECORDS TO SEE FOR YOURSELF! Obama’s Plan to Cover Uninsured Americans: Obama will make available a new national health plan to all Americans, including the self-employed and small businesses, to buy affordable health Read the rest of this entry »

A purpose driven candidate?

February 12, 2008


As Barack Obama says, he stands for “change we can believe in,” a dynamic platform creeping into the rhetoric of many contenders, and notably shared by Republican Mit Romney.

As it turns out, standing for change without committing to much in particular (in public discourse) allows voters to give “change” any meaning they wish, and as evidenced by Obama’s support from groups with markedly Read the rest of this entry »