2008 election too obvious or what?

United States
July 16, 2007 6:55am CST
Is it my imagination or is it so obvious that the powers that be want Hillary Clinton as the next president or what? I mean the media is all swooning for her and the talk shows all get psychic to predict her before she even decided to run. Think about it the bad guy osama bin laden sounds similair to her rival obama that alone is a subliminal that if you vote for obama you are unpatriotic and because he is muslim it makes you unchristian. She also will get the women voters. I would like to see the elections done similar to american idol were you get people who are average joe's that have no political connections a shot at representing their country but no.. you gotta have money and take political science or be a former lawyer. We need a different political party a true party for the people if anyone has done any research on this let me know please.
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@suspenseful (40312)
• Canada
16 Jul 07
The media is largely left-leaning and they want someone who agrees with them. The women, or those women who are radicals, want someone to represent them and Hillary is that type. Hillary Clinton is in favor of abortion, she is also in favor of embryo stem cell research and homosexual marriages, etc.. The first one will give her points with those women who fell their bodies are move important than any infants they may have to give birth to other than the ones that come around when it is convenient for them, when they have the money, and so people can ah and say, what 'good' mothers they are to give that kid everything. The embryo research are more concerned about the feelings of those who have Parkinson's disease and other diseases who refuse to see that adult stem cell research is more successful. The homosexual community wants someone who will give them their rights at the expense of others. Many in the media are dominated by the latter. Not only do we have to change the political system, but we have to have those in the media who tell the other view, the anti-abortion, pro adult stem cell research, the pro hetereosexual view, the right wing view in such a way as to show the population what Hillary would do if she were president I am sure that if the population learned this they would not vote for her.
• United States
16 Jul 07
I like what you have to say but i wish the government would get their noses out of our business all together the more we have government making decisions the more taxes we have to pay. I have no problem with stem cell research as long as its done properly it doesn't endanger the child. I don't want to see gay marraige because that will allow people to abuse the tax laws. Even if they are straight they just have to marry a friend and claim the benefits i mean they can't really check to see that they consumated.
@MrNiceGuy (4143)
• United States
16 Jul 07
Obama is not a muslim. If the government was run by American Idol contestants I would leave...
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@mugzy528 (800)
• United States
16 Jul 07
Did anybody remember what her husband was like when he was in office?I Think she is a Joke and will not Vote for her if there was another woman running I might vote for a woman but it definitly wont be Hillary. I Wonder if she ever smoked pot and didnt inhale to? lol
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• United States
16 Jul 07
i remember and that is why i think she can win the race. Because this country has a jerry springer state of mind they want the drama and bs. I think clinton destroyed the respectability of the office. I think it will be a long time before i ever respect a president again.
@Savvynlady (3685)
• United States
19 Jul 07
It is certain that next year's election will be interesting at the very least. You have folk already stating who they going to vote for, and we still got to get through with 2007! I don't know if the media or powers that be really want Hillary, but I notice that there's a whole lot of other people that are also rooting for Obama; And to my knowledge, he's not a Muslim, he's a member of the Church of Christ if I'm not mistaken, but if he is a Muslim, so what? What we need to finding out is how these folks vote on issues we consider near and dear to us; will these folks cut the mustard and be able to clean house real good after George dubya leaves office? that's the kind of thing you need to consider at this time. As for a different kind of party, ok. no problem, but power does have a tendency to change people, so what you gonna do?
@jodenton (222)
17 Jul 07
An excellent idea!!! so how do we get such a party together?
• United States
17 Jul 07
Yes sadly Hilary will probably win but I maintain hope that we will elect Ron Paul, if we don't vote for him our country will fall further in to debt as a result of central banking, and the government will just install more surveillance on the American People.
@xParanoiax (6997)
• United States
17 Jul 07
The media always tries to sway someone in a certain direction. Usually they try to be subtle, ya know.. Lots has been said about Obama it seems..even the propaganda that somehow because his name sounds similiar to some other guy, and that he traveled alot when he was younger somehow makes him evil incarnate. I have the feeling that he's like..back-up. For if Hillary doesn't win. But yeah..it does seem like they want her to win. Most of the numbers are even currently with her, last I checked. It's like that thing that if you say something enough, that it'll eventually happen? I dunno.
@soccermom (3200)
• United States
16 Jul 07
Obama is not muslim. I can't believe that with as early as the campaigning started this election that we still have to listen to this "Obama is Muslim" garbage. Do the research avan. And even if he would be a Muslim (which he's not), that doesn't automatically make him a terrorist or sympathetic to terrorist causes. I would think people that say they are tired of the "Bush dynasty" would also say the same things about Hillary getting elected. It's time for a change and I don't see the phrase "President Clinton" indicating change. Shoot if Hillary wins maybe next election we could get Jeb Bush, then when he was done we could get Chelsea Clinton, and so and so on. I am a woman and I would vote for my dog before I'd vote for Hillary. My vote is leaning towards Obama. As far as a politaical party that was truly for the people, I don't know any "real" citizen that would have enough money to even get their foot in the door. And your idea on American Idol style elections, gimme a break. Do you really want teenagers electing our leaders because they are cute or have good hair?