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They guy looks like Keith Olbermann....! This one just isn't up to your otherwise incredible standards. It's just not funny.
Sorry. I found myself equally uninspired by this cartoon as by Obama "words" speech. One good thing, it's at least not lengthy as Obama's. It seems to me "substance" is no longer important in American society but I am not surprised. After all, America is a fast food country anyway. No offense.
To me, choosing a president is like to purchase a reputable healthy mutual fund. Choosing a well experienced and highly competent president is a GOOD INVESTMENT for myself and for the country. I will not choose a fund without looking at its past performance going back to 5, or 10 or even 15 years ago and see its averaged growth. The goal is to EARN for long run, not LOSE money. It's unwise and risky to choose a fund because the name sounds chic or "inspiring" or because everybody say it's cool. I learned my lesson in the past, became realistic and now I am doing well.
Thirteen years ago when Obama was thinking about getting into politics, Hillary was also in helping achieve peace in Northern Ireland not only challenging China on human right issue. Fighting hard for human issues in many areas is one of Hillary qualities.
From investment point of view in the country, she is A GOOD DEAL!
If Hillary wins, I'm not worried. If Obama does, I AM WORRIED.
A practical voter
How is the Crown's subversion of Ulster a good thing?
well after her latest, utterly disappointing, add, I doubt that Clinton will win. I like Obama, but I have to say that the democratic primary is a bit of a win-win situation. 2 very good people.
This cartoonist is not creative and lacks a cutting edge idea.
Thirteen years ago, before Barack ever thought about entering public life, Hillary was challenging the Communist dictatorship in China over the issue of human rights and helping broker peace in Northern Ireland. While he was busy voting present in the Illinois state legislature, she was working to tackle serious issues across America and around the globe.
Try that on for size.
Barack = Fad
Hillary = Classic
yeah but the thing is, it's not about what they've done in the past as much as it is about what you can trust them to accomplish in the future. PERSONALLY I have more faith in Obama than I do in Clinton. However, if Obama loses to Clinton in the primary I don't think that it would be a tragedy.
Clinton and Obama are both wonderful. I just think Obama's better.
Well of course, past performance is no indicator of how someone will perform in the future. That's why employers ignore resumes and references and hire the best bullsh_tter for the job.
Great cartoon, you could say it was Hillary-ous:) I saw that guy from project runway on Conan O'brian. He thinks she dressed in gender confused manner.
Hey does anyone know if they renewed the domestic spying bill or if that was shut down in congress?
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