Thursday, January 24, 2008

Sen. Hillary attacks raise risk of rift.

Sen Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign aired a new radio ad in South Carolina Wednesday that repeated a discredited charge against Sen. Barack Obama in what some Democrats said is part of an increasing pattern of hardball politics by her and former president Bill Clinton. The ad takes one line from an Obama interview - "The Republicans were the party of ideas for a pretty long chunk of time there over the last 10, 15, years"- and juxtaposes it with GOP policies that Obama has never advocated. The Clinton campaign argued that it was simply quoting Obama. But in the original context, Obama was describing the dominance of Republican ideas in the 1980s and 1990s, without saying he supported them, and asserting that those ideas are of no use today. By Alec MacGillis and Anne E. Kornblut, The Washington Post.

Remember, Obama, it all depends what is is. The Clintons are very good at twisting words, they been doing this all of their lives. This is one of the main reasons the national new media will not play hardball with the Clintons. First they use other people to attack their opponents by twisting their words. When this doesn't work, they will both team up and start twisting words about them selves or someone else. They must be afraid of Obama to be so open. I believe this is just the beginning. If Obama does well in S.C. the Clintons will bring out all the big guns. She can not lose on Feb 5th. So from Jan. 26th until Feb 5th you will see an unholy war. The words will fly from both sides and the Democrats will take sides. The leaders of the Democrat party will try to stop this, they are trying now. But the Clintons will do what ever it takes and no one is going to stop them.. On Saturday The battle begins.

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