Sep 04 2008

Riddle Me This – Did Clinton Ever Have Any Broad Bipartisan Support?

Published by at 9:34 pm under 2008 Elections,All General Discussions

I am reading all these liberals in denial claim Sarah Palin will not win over Hillary supporters because Sarah is not liberal. Which begs the question about the big liberal media lie when Hillary was running:

Hillary Clinton picked a snow-covered apple orchard Friday to deliver a message of bipartisanship as she kicks off a two-day New Hampshire bus tour. Joined once again on the campaign trail by mother Dorothy Rodham and daughter Chelsea, Clinton promised as president to do what she said the Bush administration hasn’t – work across party lines.

Clinton introduced testimony from two Republicans, Steve Walter of Londonderry and Jeff Volk, a New York native who was in Manhattan on 9/11 and in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. 

So riddle me this liberal spin doctors: Did Clinton ever have any real bipartisan support? Was she not attracting any significant numbers of independent and moderately conservative woman and supporters?

Funny how those two fantasies are so incoherent.

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “Riddle Me This – Did Clinton Ever Have Any Broad Bipartisan Support?”

  1. crosspatch says:

    There are so many things I admire about Palin. She had her brother-in-law thrown off the police force for Tasing an 11 year old child. She had her state party chairman indicted for corruption. She pushed out the “good old boys” in both her town and her state. She has zero tolerance for corruption. And while she has strong conservative values, I get the feeling she is like Reagan in the respect that she doesn’t want to use her office and government to shove her values down the throats of the various communities. But she will make sure that the rights of communities that share her values will be protected.

    She is the closest thing to Ronald Reagan this nation has at the moment and I personally am going to be mighty proud to vote for her.

    And I have to wonder if that teleprompter used during both hers and Rudy’s speeches was operated by a member of the Communications Workers of America union. That union is one of the largest donors to the Democrats of all time and the union most electronic media journalists belong to. And its subsidiary union, The Newspaper Guild, the union most print journalists belong to. I would not put it past them to attempt to sabotage those speeches by messing up the teleprompter. Anyone know if that operator was a CWA member?

  2. scaulen says:

    Sorry OT AJ: But, why does NBC focus on the protesters? NBC does sports coverage and it never focuses on the people who run onto the field for attention. So why would they keep the cameras on the hecklers and code pinkos? Also it’s nice hearing specifics on how a candidate will make his changes.

  3. WWS says:

    Oh Scaulen, the answer is easy. NBC likes for their staffers to get airtime.

  4. Redteam says:

    scaulen, my question is, why were you watching the speech on nbc? however, for the record, as usual, I watched on FoxNews and they showed the nuts also. Not much, but I actually think they should show enough to let you know that there are nuts in the world. most of them seem to be liberals. Wonder why they would be holding a sign about John voting against Vets. I would bet John has never voted against the best interests of the vets.

  5. scaulen says:

    Well my excuse is a time honored one, I was watching the football game and it switched over and unfortunately I couldn’t find my remote. 🙂 The TV was way over on the other side of the room (sigh) and with those newfangled TV’s you need to be Indiana Jones to find the buttons. And the worst part is I’ve become addicted to liberal spin, I can’t help it, it’s like driving by a car crash.

  6. BarbaraS says:

    It is disengenious of Clinton to complain that Bush did not reach across the aisel when in truth he almost lost his hand trying to do so.

    The libs are claiming that Palin has not been governor long enough to have any experience. But if the catalogue of her accomplishments in a short period of time are any indication, what could she not accomplish in four years or eight years or even sixteen years? The women is a powerhouse and a grand asset to the republican party.

    Getting Clilnton to campaign for him Obama must have shelled out mucho moola. I’l bet if she didn’t have these debts she would have told him to take a hike. But in a way that did not damage her with the party.