Clinton tells it straight up - Obama on economic crisis...

@newtondak (3950)
United States
October 30, 2008 5:31pm CST
"I haven't cleared this with him and he may even be mad at me for saying this so close to the election, but I know what else he said to his economic advisers (during the crisis)," Clinton told the crowd at a Wednesday night rally with Obama in Florida. "He said, 'Tell me what the right thing to do is. What's the right thing for America? Don't tell me what's popular. You tell me what's right -- I'll figure out how to sell it.'" - http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/10/30/clinton-suggests-obama-uncertain-economic-crisis/ Just how much else is Obama "selling" that we really don't want to buy?
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@missybal (4492)
• United States
30 Oct 08
This is why I believe that the Clinton's are just being good little Democrats. Hillary does not think Obama is good for this country. She's doing her duty as a Democrat. Obama is an incredible salesman. My father says he wishes he had Obama's skills of selling what people don't need. He says he'd be rich if he did but then he wouldn't be able to sleep at night.
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@newtondak (3950)
• United States
30 Oct 08
I am sure that it is probably required that they appear in support of Obama - in return for the support she received from the DNC.
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@missybal (4492)
• United States
31 Oct 08
Ery... why do you respond to me in this childish manner? You want to respond to the discussion than respond to the discussion. Don't be rude just because you were not the first to respond that you need your response to be on top so you attack my thread of conversation. In the primary Hillary made it very clear she has far more respect for McCain than she does for Obama. We could argue all day on what Clinton really did during his administration. In reality the bills passed in prior administrations play a large part in the future of America and some people believe that the Clinton administration passing the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Bill had a part in what is happening today. Also during Clinton's administration was the revising of Carters act lowering the standard even further on credit requirements for loans, the Community Reinvestment Act 1995. Opening up American's being able to get loans they could not afford the payments on. The actions of past administrations don't show up instantly.
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