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Well here's another thread that got locked from this OP because it was from redstate and called

Hillary.. ".. some old lady who suffered a brain injury.."

"... here’s Martin O’Malley, Bernie Sanders, Jim Webb, and some old lady who suffered a brain injury.. "


Very disappointed in that one.

Donna Edwards, too! Great.. thank you, HistoricNY!

You know, Steven.. you are the classy one here. Those calling you

out because you changed your mind about Hillary from 2008 to the present day are the ones who look small and desperate.

Let them stew and wallowing in their pettiness because they fucking have nothing else.

Hillary changes Hearts and Minds~ That kills them.

I'm with President Obama who chose Hillary to be his SOS.. they came to work together for the greater good of the country. That's what happens when we're working for something bigger than ourselves.

Obama: Making Hillary Clinton secretary of State one of my ‘best decisions’

Asking Hillary Clinton to serve as secretary of State was "one of the best decisions I ever made as president," President Obama told philanthropists and donors gathered Tuesday at the Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York City.

The president showered the former first lady — and front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination — with praise, saying he "will always be grateful for her extraordinary leadership."

Obama went on to joke that he still had "a lot of debt to pay" because of the miles Clinton traveled when in his administration. But he also praised the former New York senator for her "post-administration glow."
"She looks much more rested," Obama said to laughter.


Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leaves behind enormous 20-year legacy with exit from office following start of President Obama's second term



I admire Hillary so much for her answer to President Obama's call to service. They started working together for the good of the country and our Planet. Not stuck in the past like so many people who only want to go on and on about it.

Evidently they've remained good friends.. and I couldn't be happier.

Awesome Birthday Tweet from Hillary to President Obama!

To a dear friend, a great boss, and my second favorite president: Happy birthday @POTUS! -H Retweets 1,768Favorites 4,147
3:31 PM - 4 Aug 2015

DM M~ http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1107&pid=14524

Beautiful piano player and his voice is magical!.. he left us way too soon.. it brings

tears to my eyes.. the lyrics are sooo beautiful.

Just what I needed right now.. and it's your party.

I haven't heard this in so long.. Now I'm in a puddle of tears.. it's beautiful~

I'm going to put it in my journal so I can remember to play it when I need to relax and enjoy the beauty of Donny Hathaway's soul music.

Life sure does change on a dime.. one minute you're goin' along and the next you're crying because the music is so beautiful. I know I keep saying that word.. lol

Well, nice lovemydog.. I can see why you wanted to celebrate it in the AA Group.. as you say: "So many welcoming, intelligent, fun people.."

Now I'm honored to hear I was your first online friend here.. that's what I like most about discussing politics and the ways of the world.. the friends I've met over the years. It would be no fun to just post and not have friends to share the good and the bad news with.

Hawaii is such a unique part of Mother Nature in our Country.. but, I've lived all over the US.. in the mountains, the desert, the plains, and the ocean in Cal.. and I miss them all.. except maybe the plains.

Mahalo for such an entertaining party!

Yes that fresh as a daisy!


They can grasp at anything to try and make her look weak. Not.Gonna.Happen.

Sorry, I'm way late to your party, lovemydog! Wow.. Happy Birthday, sweetie!

What a sweet way to commemorate it!

The party is still going on, right.. it's not too late to wish you a Very Happy Birthday?!

New Mexico Sunset~ That's what I think of when I see your name.. that and comida Mexicana..



Aww.. this teared me up. Hillary Changes hearts and minds.. that's what the BS crowd doesn't get

with their calling out people out who didn't like her in 2008.

Well, too damn bad. They can stew in their sour bitterness.. wallow in 2008.. this is fucking 2015.

Ms. Clinton is paying a price for attempting to inject a modicum of policy nuance into a discussion

with two opponents, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley, who are trailing her and have nothing to lose by spouting undiluted populism"

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/hillary-clintons-sensible-gaffes/2015/11/16/80eb1174-8c9f-11e5-ae1f-af46b7df8483_story.html?postshare=7711447730947020&tid=ss_tw via Washington Post

Fuck yeah! 'Cuse my cussing, DM M..

Smart man, Ruben Galego! Mahalo Historic!

"He calls Clinton “a progressive who is fighting for immigration reform, for a higher minimum wage, for campaign finance reform, for more labor rights, for broader access to healthcare, for health rights for women, for LGBT rights, for more affordable education . . . and just about anything else you could name on any progressive’s wish list.”


But Alan Krueger, the co-author of that famous fast food employment study and a former adviser to

the Obama administration, isn't so sure. He supports Hillary Clinton's plan to raise the minimum wage to $12 per hour."


"This is particularly important because O'Malley and Sanders are proposing a national $15-per-hour minimum wage. Setting a $15 minimum wage in San Francisco or New York is a different proposition than doing the same thing in Arkansas or West Virginia."

Feel good shyte.. no big picture.

snips from your link, Maggie.. thank you.
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