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September 18, 2007 05:55 PM UTC

Hillary Picks Up Colorado Support

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  • by: Colorado Pols


From yesterday’s online Denver Post:

Wellington Webb, the former mayor of Denver, will become a national co-chair of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign, it was announced today.

In addition, other Democratic officials in Colorado – including House Speaker Andrew Romanoff and House Majority Leader Alice Madden – endorsed Rodham Clinton today.

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  1. Guess it might be time to start working on a better argument for supporting Hillary than “My cat would make a better president than any of the Republicans” because  that’s about all I’ve got right now in support of corporate lobbyist darling, business as usual, wishy washy on the war Mrs. Clinton. The only change she represents to me is different body parts from those of past presidents.

    1. at least she is not an idiot.  I don’t think she represents change, but she is rational.  Maybe she is too tied to monied interests, but let’s not go overboard by saying she is just like George Bush.

      1. Hosting an exclusive $1-25K fundraiser in DC with defense industry lobbysts eager to get a piece of the homeland security pie.  She’s brought along several Democratic Congresspeople as well for smaller, for-pay “breakout sessions,” so they can talk pork directly with those who vote on it.  And then write those big lobbyist checks to Hillary for President.

        I don’t think she represents change.

                1. not the game.  The game can only be changed by creating a new government.  Now we do have the longest running democracy so maybe we are over due for a good revolt.  But as a star wars fan you would probably like to see us blow up the whole thing.

                  1. that kind of rules out Hillary doesn’t it?  Aftter all she’s the one with all the experience.

                    Then again on the experience question maybe Laura Bush will run in 2012, after all she has the same white house experience as hillary.

        1. In 2000 I knew Colorado would go for Bush by a large margin.  I voted American Constitution just so the Dems didn’t think they would get all the non-Bush sentiments and votes.

          I can see being in Florida in 2008 (God! No! Please!) and having a similar heavily Republican vote.  In such case, I would do the same before voting for Hillary.

          OTOH, if the polls show a tight race, I will hold my nose and vote for her.

    2. I was going to say either of my dachshunds would make a better president than any of the Democrats out there.

      At least we agree on Clinton being a phony………

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