Hillary Clinton will not win her party's nomination.

United States
July 14, 2007 10:43am CST
Does anyone else agree?
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4 responses
• Philippines
25 Aug 07
What she lacks in charm and personality, she makes up for with smarts and experience. H. Clinton is the strongest candidate for the Democrats. Her party would be a fool to not nominate her. Sure, Obama is more personable. But he's still naive, specially with foreign policy. He's just been in the political world for a few years while Hillary has practically lived the last decade of her life (albeit behind the scenes) in this arena.
@mehale (2200)
• United States
1 Sep 07
Long Live Tweetie Bird! We really need some better choices. Lord knows our country needs serious help and some major changes in Washington this time around!
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@anniepa (27248)
• United States
10 Sep 07
Out of curiosity I have to ask oneandone why she is most rooting against Hillary, then Obama? I must say I agree about Tweety Bird, and he doesn't really have any negatives, now does he...LOL...? But seriously, it's strange for someone to dislike both Hillary and Obama unless they're already committed to one of the GOP candidates, usually if you like one you dislike the other. Also, I'm curious how much the bad publicity Hillary's gotten over the years will hurt her now. There are so many people who really hate her and I really don't understand why. For the record I'm undecided myself but I'd take almost anyone right this minute in place of the dufus we have now! Annie
@sandwedge (1341)
• Malaysia
25 Aug 07
i do not really like her, but then i do not like most of them. the creepy thought would be, "a women with her mind made up will get what she desired"....most of the time anyway.
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@mehale (2200)
• United States
31 Aug 07
Actually, I am afraid that she will win the Democratic Nomination. She has been involved in politics (in one way or another) for many years. This gives her experience. She is also a woman, and because of this able to easily gain the majority of the women's vote - after all we have never had a woman for president. However, I am not certain that this is enough for her to gain the office of president. I do think, though, that if she does earn the nomination, she will more than likely be elected. She already has a large following, and most will agree that after the last few years with Bush, America needs a drastic change. I am afraid that these facts will be enough to get her elected into office. After she does though, THEN WHAT??
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• United States
10 Sep 07
If she does win the nomination, the Republican Party will need to do an overhaul, steer the Republican Party to the center away from the Bush family and show that Americans need change. I started a discussion myself on this subject and pointed out that we have had a Bush or a Clinton in the White House since 1981...too long.
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@yesah65 (158)
• United States
12 Sep 07
As far as being smart and knowledgeable, and sounding politically right, and promising to fix all the country's problems...So was Adolf Hitler! Once in power, he burned down the world, so beware of politicians SOUNDING good and making promises. You might want to ask people from Arkansas what they think of the Clintons. I think a lot voted for Bill for President..just to get them out of Arkansas. And Hillary was just as dirty as he was. Also, I came across a remark that while the Clintons were in the White House, we were not involved in a war; Memories do fail, and in case someone doesn't remember...our troops were dragged throught the streets of Mogadishu, Somalia like so much meat...then, we had to retreat from a bunch of Somali warlords. Remember too, that during the Clinton reign, we started looking for Osama Bin Laden. The Clintons might be pretty, but I remember too, that Bill Clinton was DRAFT DODGER! Yeah, sure...we need to give them another shot at us.