Obama Fraud in the 2008 Election

United States
August 19, 2010 8:42am CST
What really happened during the 2008 elections? Recent information regarding the primary caucuses paints the picture of a campaign that would stop at nothing to win. A campaign that was willing to strong arm candidates and volunteers in order to meet its goal. The documentary We Will Not Be Silenced delves into the Obama 2008 Campaign. “We believe The Democratic National Committee (DNC) made a grave error by depriving American voters of their choice of Hillary Clinton as Democratic nominee. Senator Clinton, by all accounts, except caucuses, won the Primary Election and, therefore, should be the 2008 Democratic Nominee. That didn’t happen, due largely to illegitimate and illegal acts. . . ." Story Preview Window Source: http://biggovernment.com/amoncrief/2010/08/16/facts-obama-doesnt-want-you-to-connect/ http://www.visiontoamerica.org/story/obama-fraud-in-the-2008-election.html?utm_source=Vision+to+America+Announcements&utm_campaign=c14c44be38-Vision_to_America_Announcements_8_18&utm_medium=email [b][i]Do you believe we were deprived by not allowing Hillary Clinton to be the Democratic nominee? I most certainly do and would have voted for her in a heartbeat. Your opinion?[/i][/b]
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• United States
19 Aug 10
In the Primary, I voted for Hillary Clinton because if McCain did not win, I certainly did not want Obama. Hillary Clinton would be better. For one thing, she does not believe in killing babies born alive during an abortion like Obama does. She is more for women than Obama is. Obama is for himself. He wants to turn this country into a socialist one. He is moving fast. Thus, I would take her over Obama. I would rather McCain win out of all of them. He was not my first choice for a President, but he is much better than the other two.
• United States
19 Aug 10
That is pretty much what I thought!
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@Rollo1 (16686)
• Boston, Massachusetts
19 Aug 10
I think there are a lot of voters from both parties and many independents who now wish it had been Hillary rather than Obama. I don't think I would have voted for Hillary, even thought McCain is not a strong conservative. As much as she has been vilified, Palin did lend the conservative voice to the McCain ticket. But it is always possible that Hillary's negatives might have allowed McCain to win or he might have appeared to be so much like the last 8 years that people wanted to move past that he couldn't have won no matter who the opponent was. In other words, we don't know how different things would have been if Hillary had been the Democratic nominee. I think that Obama's failures and gaffes and steamroller tactics to accomplish an agenda that the majority don't want accomplished has done Hillary a world of good in terms of her popularity and desirability as a presidential candidate. What Hillary couldn't accomplish on her own - that is, convince the American public that she was qualified to be president - Obama's presidency has done for her. More people are convinced now, after two years of BO, that Hillary would have been a far superior choice. Yes, we lost out on the true nature of the election because Hillary was not the presidential nominee. We will never know what might have happened or where our economy and our country would be right now if she had run, whether she won or lost. We know only that we don't like what we got and where we're headed.
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• United States
19 Aug 10
I think you hit the nail on the head when you said "We know only that we don't like what we got and where we're headed." So very sadly true.
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@dragon54u (31615)
• United States
19 Aug 10
I had made up my mind early one to vote for Mrs. Clinton if she made it onto the ticket. I am a republican but I felt John McCain was the wrong choice. Obama set off alarm bells during his run and when he came out the winner of the primaries I was forced to vote for McCain to prevent a socialist from taking office. Of course, not enough people did and I'm not sure if we'd be better off now no matter who won--the real, viable candidates that could have done something positive for the country were kicked out early on and we were left with a tired old man who ran a half-hearted campaign and a socialist who was young and good looking and a great orator. As usual, no choice at all.
• United States
19 Aug 10
I was also forced to vote for McCain to prevent a socialist from taking office. Personally I do not like getting my hand forced or having to accept the lesser of two evils. I do not think we would be as disrespected in the eyes of the world if Hillary had been our President. I cannot see her apologising for the USA to the rest of the world, showing obeisance to foreign dignities and most importantly ignoring the will of the people who voted the President (be it her or anyone else) into office.
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@anniepa (27238)
• United States
19 Aug 10
If you two don't mind me asking, what were the major differences between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama regarding the issues? I know there were minor little details in their health care plans, etc., but basically they were VERY close, as were all of the Democrats seeking the nomination. For good or bad, it all came down to money (THAT'S BAD), organization and getting out the vote in the primaries and caucuses. Annie
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@dragon54u (31615)
• United States
19 Aug 10
Annie, Mrs. Clinton had 8 years of experience in the WH and no doubt helped Mr. Clinton make many decisions. She has experience in dealing with heads of state, keeping spending under control and the budget fairly healthy. There were jobs during the Clinton years because the Clintons were capitalists and understood how the system should work. Mr. Obama has never signed a payroll check, never run his own business, never really done anything except be a community organizer and he has no idea how to run a business, let alone a country. I think we can all see this almost 2 years into his term. And he believe in "redistribution" which is a thinly veiled term for socialism. I may be registered republican but only so I can vote in the primaries. I never vote the party ticket, I vote for the best candidate. This time, as so many times, it was the lesser of two evils and people like me lost to those who never bothered to look past the pretty rhetoric and handsome face.
@andy77e (5165)
• United States
28 Jul 12
Hilliary was one of the most corrupt politicians in US history. Why would you have voted for her? You enjoy people screwing over the public for self-promotion? You like back room deals, and special privileges for the right money?
@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
12 Sep 12
Her agenda is the same as Obama's agenda. And if you all knew the facts on the scandals that took place in Arkansas and White House during the Clinton years you'd see that Hillary is no shinning example of an honest and decent person. The entire Democrat party has been hijacked by leftist communists and one world government elites. They are NOT for keeping America strong, protecting individual rights or upholding the Constitution, but are working tirelessly to merge America with a global government.
@andy77e (5165)
• United States
12 Sep 12
It's funny how the left decries corruption in politics, and then spins right around and supports one of the most corrupt politicians in recent history.
@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
18 Mar 11
Though I would not have voted for her, if she won the primary she should have been the candiate. PERIOD I have always said it was all smoke and mirrors and that Obama is a puppet for bigger and badder richer interests. Just came from a discussion of Hillary's dissatisfaction and comments on not accepting the post of Sec. of State should Obama win in 2012. She's frustrated with Obama's lack of leadership in the Libyan revolt. He in turn, makes fun of her at an annual Gridiron dinner. Sounds to me like this discussion topic of yours may become headline news again.
• United States
18 Mar 11
I think you could be right as I saw the remarks she made regarding her future if Obama gets voted in again.