29 Feb

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4 Responses to “Juxtaposition”

  1. hank February 29, 2008 at 2:14 pm #

    I think it’s become crystal clear that the Hillary campaign is badly managed and poorly run–No candidate on either side spent 100K for sandwiches to”Get people to the Iowa Caucuses Early”. And then she lost.

    Then there’s this:I’m really not all that upset about missing Hillary personally (I did, after all, get to see her husband speak recently).

    This moron wasted his time, his 3.00+/gal gas, and stressed himself out driving in blinding snow to view the most polarizing figure in American Politics in the last 35 years. What’s he smoking, anyway?

    One of the several things I have been deeply disappointed in with our current President is how he surrounded himself with friends, who didn’t do him or the country much good. Apparently, uh–THE BITCH did the same with her campaign, and it’s starting to show.

    But don’t blame her too far, she had no “Strategery” for campaigning after Super Tuesday–She was SURE it would be over the day after.

    Shows the difference between campaign organizations. But do we want the President who will do the best job, or just the best Campaigner?
    Undoubtedly Jethro Bodine,uh I mean Bill Clinton was the better campaigner in both of his runs for the big chair. SO?

  2. David February 29, 2008 at 3:28 pm #

    Hey Hank, I’m that “moron”. I’m not smoking anything. I’m actually an Obama supporter, but I like to attend these events. I’d even go see McCain if he came to my area, but that doesn’t mean I’d vote for him. It’s also worth mentioning that it wasn’t snowing when I left and it wasn’t even supposed to snow at all.

  3. Becky February 29, 2008 at 5:14 pm #

    Don’t mind Hank – he’s like that all the time, although I think he’s taken a turn for the bitter lately.

    Great article and comments David!

    Thanks Pundit!

  4. David February 29, 2008 at 6:52 pm #

    I don’t mind him at all. In fact the whole time I was standing outside I was generally thinking those same things about myself.

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