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    Feb 23, 2008, 06:51 AM
    Hillary Rodham Clinton
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    This thread is hereby established as a place to post POSITIVE attributes that apply to this canadate.

    Things that you find about this canadate that are positive.

    Due to all the negative press and mudslinging, having a place to come to post and read positive issues that apply to the canadates, perhaps can better help us with our upcoming descions.

    Each canadate shall have their own thread.

    (***This outstanding idea of sharing positive issues relating to a particular candidate was shared by NeedKarma. Thank you NK - I am truly so excited and I think it will be very beneifical.**_
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    Feb 23, 2008, 07:13 AM
    She has the most D.C. experience and Bill in her corner.
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    Feb 23, 2008, 07:20 AM
    I think she is a very strong female, that handle adversity well. Smart and knowledgeable, and would be an excellent president. Not that she has my vote at this time, but she is a refreshing change from the stiff white guys in the suits, that have been screwing the middle class. That in no way means John McCain isn't a good candidate as he commands his own respect in my eyes. Honestly, this is the first time in my life I like ALL the candidates, as Obama is one impressive dude in his own right.
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    Feb 23, 2008, 07:22 AM
    She has never been arrested for any of her business deals
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    Feb 23, 2008, 07:24 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Fr_Chuck
    She has never been arrested for any of her business deals

    LOL all over the place. Naughty Naughty Fr. Chuck, you snuck one in.. I can't stop laughing.

    Behave yourself :)
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    Feb 23, 2008, 07:29 AM
    I'm with Tal. On all 3 candadates.

    My girl Hillary. I just love strong women. I am more then impressed with how she has handled difficult situations. ( A certain someone would have been on the white house steps in his Pj's, pillow and blankee (just kidd).

    But she is massively impressive to me.

    Bright as all get out, outstanding on her feet, and will be a force to reckon with in DC and the world.

    I'm proud of her and I thank her for appreciating Government workers and recognize that they give a great deal of effort, because they do, they truly do.
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    Feb 23, 2008, 07:59 AM
    She is not afraid to get as dirty as the boys when she "plays." Which can be a positive thing.
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    Feb 23, 2008, 08:25 AM
    Sorry but that was about the best thing I could think about her, but then it is better than I think of most of the others

    , I just don't like any of our choices.

    I just don't see a real good choice that is right for America ( well my opinion of what America should be.
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    Feb 23, 2008, 08:30 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Fr_Chuck
    sorry but that was about the best thing I could think about her, but then it is better than I think of most of the others

    , I just don't like any of our choices.

    I just don't see a real good choice that is right for America ( well my opinion of what America should be.

    That's quite all right. You did very well :) Truly you did. It still makes me chuckle.

    But Chin up Fr. don't ask me why, but I have a really good feeling about whoever wins.
    I think there will be some positive changes... a movement to improvement shall we say.

    It's not a knock to anything going on currently... but sometimes, just change in and of itself brings an air of good and newness.

    Fingers crossed.
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    Feb 23, 2008, 09:51 PM
    She is great at hiding her true self --except to her secret service and her staff.
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    Feb 23, 2008, 11:08 PM
    He... uhm... uhm... it... ugh... let's see... he uhm, uhm... ugh... it... well, he, hm... ugh... Sorry, can't.
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    Feb 23, 2008, 11:29 PM
    I believe Hillary has a warm, forgiving and loving heart. She is brilliant and has first-hand experience with what it takes to be our President. Even though she never responded to any of my emails, as her husband had in the past. Which sort of erks me to this day. On the other hand, I still believe that Obama will win due to history repeating itself. After all, black men were given the right to vote before women- (theory of mine). Obama does show remarkable promise. Yet, I am not convinced he has enough experience for such an endeavor. He does possess charisma and reminds me of Martin Luther King in natural talent and intelligence. Even if we unfortunately lose Bill in the process. I will always like Bill! Because he showed me he cared enough to respond to my concerns in the past. John McCain has my respect and admiration for his lifelong contribution to our country. That is how I personally sum up all of the possibilities for the Presidency. Leaving out all of the numerous political aspects and issues at hand. I admit, I am on the fence. Just wish we had another Aaron Russo available to us. But alas, we have what we have. And must make a choice within the triangle once again.
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    Feb 24, 2008, 03:04 AM
    She has for whatever reason she has stuck by her man and her marriage despite all the numerous reasons her philandering husband has given her to leave.

    She was able to keep the Fed.gvt. Focused on sending money to NY after 9-11 so I can say that in that small way she has been fairly effective in delivering the pork to New York ('She delivered the Pork to New York' should be her campaign slogan).
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    Feb 24, 2008, 10:04 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by tomder55
    She has for whatever reason she has stuck by her man and her marriage despite all the numerous reasons her philandering husband has given her to leave.

    She was able to keep the Fed.gvt. focused on sending money to NY after 9-11 so I can say that in that small way she has been fairly effective in delivering the pork to New York ('She delivered the Pork to New York' should be her campaign slogan).
    LOL! And they should start the nasty rumor that Obama won't do pork.
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    Feb 24, 2008, 02:13 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by tomder55
    She was able to keep the Fed.gvt. focused on sending money to NY after 9-11 so I can say that in that small way she has been fairly effective in delivering the pork to New York ('She delivered the Pork to New York' should be her campaign slogan).
    I didn't know that she remained highly charged in seeing that appropriate funding get allocated to NY post 9-11. Good for her.

    Thanks for shaing Tom :). (very fair of you)
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    Feb 24, 2008, 02:35 PM
    According to David Keirsey (Please Understand Me II), Hillary is a Guardian temperament --

    The Guardians value experience. They want value for their money's worth. They believe in common sense, and are not attracted to idle speculation. They are the glue of civilization: maintaining and nurturing institutions that have been established by the didn't of hard work. They tend to be conventional and cooperative in their work, wanting to make sure everybody gets what they deserve, no more and no less. Guardians tend to be very practical and frugal people, except when on vacation. When they get bad service on vacation, they will often complain or take note.

    Guardians are observant and cooperative. Protectors, Inspectors, Supervisors, and Providers are the role variants contained within this category. Guardians seek membership or belonging and are concerned with responsibility and duty. Their greatest strength is logistical intelligence. They excel at organizing, facilitating, checking, and supporting.
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    Feb 24, 2008, 02:40 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Wondergirl
    Guardians tend to be very practical and frugal people, except when on vacation. When they get bad service on vacation, they will often complain or take note.
    Must be on vacation:D
    They say she constantly screams at secret service and staff calling them bleep bleep names.
    Also I question her with money
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    Feb 24, 2008, 02:44 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by N0help4u
    Must be on vacation:D
    They say she constantly screams at secret service and staff calling them bleep bleep names.
    Also I question her with money
    Psst! Pssst! This is a POSITIVE thread!!
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    Feb 24, 2008, 02:48 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Wondergirl
    Psst! Pssst! This is a POSITIVE thread!!!!!!!
    I am positively positive :rolleyes: :D
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    Feb 24, 2008, 02:57 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by N0help4u
    I am positively positive :rolleyes: :D
    Well, then. What can I say... You've said it all.

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