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August 30, 2008

Hillary Fans and "PUMAs for Palin"

You can scroll down and read the comments at Hillary's forum....... there are pages and pages of comments like the ones below.

Hillary Clinton forum


"I'm actually very excited that women will get some serious respect in this race."

"Hoo Ray! Fu*k the DNC. Fu*k Obama. They are so fu*k up. They brushed off the women base like dirt. and the GOP pick them up. Go McCain."

"OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Buuuuurn Obama Buuuurn! What a slap in the face. If it's Palin, I will put blood and sweat into campaigning for that team."

"Leave it to the GOP to pick a woman for the ticket. Obama snubbed the most viable and experienced woman who received 18 million votes, for another MALE. I have a feeling, somewhere somehow, Hillary is snickering!"


"That's it for me. I will be voting McCain/Palin, a Republican team, for the very first time in my life. YEOW, how my life has changed this year."

.....and this one had this with her comment...........

"So much for McCain being against women's rights and equal pay... I can't wait til Hillary can mutter under her breath- I TOLD YOU SO- you stupid arses! "
"They keep making this mistake again and again. The more they trash this woman the more she will get Hillary's vote."
"No surprise. CNN's treatment of Hillary Clinton tells you EXACTLY what they think about women who seek power. Shame on them."

" I have had it, my party used Roe V Wade to try to keep us all “loyal” to the party. But the truth is the Democrat party has proven that they didn’t really respect women because of the way they treated Hillary. I wrote Hillary about this and told her I will sign up again for her in 2012 and we will win. And that I want to stick it to Obama and will be voting for Palin on McCain's ticket. I have been noticing at work too the people that are against Obama are a lot nicer to me. "


And there is also this...................

Some Clinton Donors Are Contributing to McCain

ABC News

Some of Hillary Clinton's most fervent supporters are taking their enthusiasm – and their campaign contributions – to John McCain.

More than 85 of Clinton's fundraisers, including Donald Trump, Univision chief executive Joseph Uva, cable mogul Charles Dolan, philanthropist Norma Hess and one of Florida's biggest lobbyists appear to be skipping Barack Obama when it comes to writing checks for the general election, according to an review of campaign finance records.

These Clinton donors have contributed at least $200,000 to McCain's campaign in the last few months, an amount which doesn't include larger contributions to the Republican joint fundraising committees.

The defecting donors, along with a significant segment (20 percent) of Clinton fans who have expressed support for McCain in recent polls, could present a problem for Obama in the general election.

That speech was amazing, but it's not going to change my mind," one Texas donor, who gave $2,300 to Clinton earlier this year and contributed $2,300 to McCain last month, told "I talk to plenty of people like me who just won't accept an unqualified president."

At least one of Clinton's HillRaisers, elite fundraisers who contributed at least $100,000 to her failed campaign, recently donated to the Republican candidate.

Charles Dolan, head of the giant Cablevision, wrote a $2,300 check to McCain on June 30 after Clinton's initial plea to help Obama.

Ronald Book, one of the biggest lobbyists in Florida who represents clients as diverse as the University of Miami and Bell South, raised $700,000 for President Clinton in recent years and contributed the maximum to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign earlier this year.

Now, he's contributing to McCain and is leaning toward endorsing the Republican nominee. Book notes that he wouldn't give money to Obama even if the candidate took money from lobbyists.

"Obama has said a lot of stuff, but nothing with a concrete vision," says Book

..........this article is 3 pages long this is the link if anyone would like to read the entire article ........


Wild Thing's comment..........

This is so interesting to me these women have had their vote stolen from them in Florida and Mich.. They saw Hillary pushed aside by the media and Obama and they are angry. From reading the comments at Hillary's forum they are as excited as we conservatives are even though it is mostly for completely different reasons.

This will really hit Obama hard, and I am glad. He could have stopped the votes from being stolen and he said nothing, so much for respecting a persons vote. But then he is a wanna be dictator so it figures he would be like that.

Posted by Wild Thing at August 30, 2008 04:45 AM


You notice how Obamanation picked a man just like him-a pompous, flatulating butthead. McCain picked someone like him--an outdoorsman.
Yes, Obama and Biden will enjoy each others company-they are not outdoorsy types. No BBQs at the White House or Camp David. It'll be fancy crap on a plate that no one really likes.
I can't wait to see the McCains and the Palins snowmobiling in Alaska and White Water Rafting in Colorado and the BBQs in Arizona. This is what America is. Skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, hunting, loving your family, knowing your limits and pushing them toward excellence. Since when did mediocrity become the norm? I want my kids to excel and spread their beautiful wings for all to see and fly, baby, fly!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Lynn at August 30, 2008 08:36 AM

Great point, Lynn, when did mediocrity become the norm and handouts second nature.

But to listen to the democrats the American dream is now guaranteed in the Constitution, another penumbra revelation by the left wing of Supreme Court. To listen to the democrats every family in America is destitute and one pay check away from starving to death, and being thrown out of their home and into the street.

This is the same mantra used for the past 40 years by the democrats. Now in that 40 years there has been democrat Presidents, yet they keep repeating the same line. Why havn't these democrat Presidents and a majority of congress democrat fixed this problem ? This problem hasn't just happened in the last 8 years. Yet they don't ever seem to fix the problem, just raise taxes and take away more rights and restrict the individual from being the best they can be. In other words to become more and more dependant on Big Government.

This is the democrat message, Big Government, no individualism, a nation full of whinners, gimme, gimme, and it aint fair.

Time to get back to the rugged individualism, and the CAN DO attitude, of what really made this country great.

Posted by: Mark at August 30, 2008 09:42 AM

I have felt quite disconnected with the democratic party, especially since Hillary dropped out of the race. Now with this choice, McCain has given me a choice. I'm voting for McCain/Palin in this election. I am tired of the insults and manipulations by Obama and his minions - of being manipulated and called stupid. Enough is enough.

Posted by: Gina at August 30, 2008 10:09 AM


Oooohhh, the Hillary folks are angry at Obama and the DNC. I can see why. Palin may justmake conservatives out of a lot of liberals.

Posted by: TomR at August 30, 2008 10:11 AM

I just went to the PUMA website, and saw nothing...then I clicked on 'the Hillaryblog', there is a huge poster McCain-Palin, then I clicked on another site, Huge picture of Sarah Palin,...

If this can be trusted and I think to a point it can... the DNC ought to un-plug the toaster because they are done.

Posted by: Mark at August 30, 2008 11:00 AM

The current excitement about Sarah Palin is great and well deserved. The Democrats will be in real trouble as she gets more involved in the campaign discussing and responding to the voters questions on the real issues that they are concerned about.

This will not just be a woman thing but someone all voters will listen and respond to. Sarah Palin is not a token woman candidate but a true candidate in every sense. Her message will resonate with voters and being an accomplished woman will be icing on the cake.

Posted by: Les at August 30, 2008 11:46 AM

Lynn, that was an excellent run down.

Posted by: Wild Thing at August 31, 2008 01:01 AM

Mark,...."Time to get back to the rugged individualism, and the CAN DO attitude, of what really made this country great.".....

Yesss that is what made this the best country in the world.

Posted by: Wild Thing at August 31, 2008 01:04 AM

Gina, thank you for sharing.

Posted by: Wild Thing at August 31, 2008 01:07 AM

Tom, yes that one stood out.

Posted by: Wild Thing at August 31, 2008 01:10 AM

Mark ,hahaha oh wow I didn't check it out as good as you did.

I have a feeling most are for real. At least most of them. Maybe some are running on emotion right now, but a lot of them really seem to mean it and are totally upset.

Posted by: Wild Thing at August 31, 2008 01:14 AM

Les, I agree, I actually never wanted to have a woman as President or VP. I have always been against it. hahaa But when I read about Palin back in May I was impressed and began to see it might not be such a bad idea. She is really an awesome person.

Posted by: Wild Thing at August 31, 2008 01:19 AM