Hillary Clinton Endorses John McCain

March 6, 2008 at 8:26 am 8 comments

Hillary Clinton has said numerous times in the last couple of days that Republican John McCain is more qualified to be president than fellow Democrat Barack Obama. You read that right. Clinton, who is running in second place for the DEMOCRATIC nomination is touting the readiness of a Republican to be president over the DEMOCRATIC frontrunner.

I get that Hillary is now engaged in a scorched Earth attack game against Obama to save her faltering campaign, but in what political reality does she believe that it is a good thing for her as a Democrat to trash another Democrat using Republican talking points while giving Republican John McCain a free campaign ad?

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  • 1. Mr. Cheeseburger 9000  |  March 6, 2008 at 8:53 am

    Man, this is crazy. It would be nice this coming election year not to be sitting by the TV wondering what the results are in Florida or Ohio. Clinton’s comments aren’t helping. Another needless nailbiter.

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  • 2. paulanthony60  |  March 6, 2008 at 11:32 am

    Barack is no Avatar,
    He can not win a big state no matter what anyone say He can not get elected with out winning a big state, and because he lied about Nafta, No matter how you cut it,, He lied on video that now one from his campaign meet with the canadians,, but ti was true, show you how barack going to run the show,and because of his wife
    Michelle Obama is hurting Barack Campaign she need to get off the campaign trail,,, Really she look like Mike tyson with Hair for god sakes.

    Barack is not going to win the presidency,,
    He can not even win 1 big state,,, Everyone is caught up in this Barack Obama magic show, the democrats just gave this campaign away to the republicans, Barack will never see the white House only if he takes a tour,,, The Obama campaign
    think if Hilary gone he will pick up the other half of the Democratic votes,,, that is where he is wrong,,,He will only pick up a third of Hilary votes, the there 2/3 well half of them are going to act like obama voter if obama don’t win they are not going to vote ,,, 1/3 of Hilary voter will not vote,,and the other third is like me I voted for Hilary
    I am voting for Experience, which is Hilary,, if Hilary is pushed out ,, My vote like tens of thousands are going to vote for McCain,,, If Obama get Hilary to be her vice president,, Obama will still lose, but if Hilary win she will take the presidency Obama can be vice president,, so he can get On the job training ,,,, this is the only way its going to work,,, American people are so dumb,, thinking Obama got a shot, even tho he has not won a single big state it going to matter,, Even the Media is finally see that..
    Who has more experience, well in order
    1 Hilary
    2 McCain,
    3 Ron Paul
    4 Barack
    That sums it up right there, Hilary in this for the long haul She is fighting Barack , McCain & the Media and she still doing good,, She has half the democratic votes, LOL
    Now that is funny,,,,, Do the math,,,

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  • 3. Mike  |  March 6, 2008 at 1:13 pm

    See how our issues are fixed ?

    Enjoy,

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  • 4. Harris Pilton  |  March 6, 2008 at 7:27 pm

    Thanks paulanthony.
    This will help educate other idiots that are too busy to educate themselves with facts. Hillary’s 35 years of experience as a political wife, bagwoman, and Rose Law figurehead (good business with Bubba in office) that has never so much as tried a case…
    I don’t want to forget her “carreer” in cattle futures in which the broker allocated losses in other clients accounts so Bubba & The Hillinator could reap a 10,000% (not a typo) profit in exhhange for political influence. Facts
    I would support Obama before the Clinton’s, but the only honest answers came from Ron Paul on any substantive issue, and certainly at all of the debates Republicrat or Demican…

    Get off the KoolAid and smell the coffee.

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  • 5. Michael Crawford  |  March 7, 2008 at 8:49 am

    Paulanthony,

    I am guessing that you subscribe to the Clinton campaign theory of which states (and voters in those states) matter. No state matters unless, of course, Clinton won the primary. So, the fact the Barack has won more states than Clinton, more votes and more delegates doesn’t really matter.

    Stop whining. Clinton is employing a win at any cost strategy that is hurting the Democratic Party.

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  • […] on Clinton campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe spin to justify Clinton crossing the line when Clinton says McCain is more qualified to be president than Democratic frontrunner Barack Obama. Clinton has been pushing a short-sighted strategy saying that she and McCain have a lifetime of […]

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  • 8. smylle  |  November 2, 2008 at 1:16 am

    mc cain will win……………

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