Hillary the Movie – Banned in Theaters and on TV

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NOW, MORE THAN EVER, YOU NEED TO KNOW THE FACTS ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON:

  • What is her program. What would she do as President?
  • How did she avoid indictment for her past scandals?
  • What did her brothers get in return for Bill’s pardons?
  • What did she really do to make $100,000 in the futures market?
  • How did she use campaign finance fraud to win election to the Senate?
  • What has she really done as Senator?

HILLARY CLINTON WANTS TO KEEP THIS MOVIE OUT OF THE THEATERS.

THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS COMMISSION HAS BANNED SHOWING IT OR ADVERTISING FOR IT ON TELEVISION

THE ONLY WAY TO GET THE MESSAGE OUT IS TO BUY THE DVD AND SHARE IT WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

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Hillary Unmasked

Published on FOXNews.com on February 28, 2008.

The real Hillary Clinton stood up at the Democratic presidential debate this week: angry, sarcastic, stubborn, secretive, arrogant, mired in the past, victim of the media, and still firmly convinced that she is uniquely entitled to the Democratic Party nomination and the presidency.

That Hillary hasn’t really been on display much since the debacle of her disastrous health care plan and the end of Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial, when she haughtily flaunted her combative personality.

But make no mistake about it – that’s the Hillary Clinton that we’ll see if she somehow manages to steal the Democratic nomination.

She’s found her voice. The one that so alienated everyone she came into contact with over her health care plan that her own party destroyed it. The one that publicly and loudly defended Bill and arranged for attacks on Monica Lewinsky when she knew the complete and sordid truth.

She’s always had a chip on her shoulder and a strange paranoia, but it’s definitely gotten worse. Now it’s not just the vast right wing conspiracy that is out to get her. Now it’s the mainstream media. How are they doing that? By asking her the first questions at the debates!

Hillary’s snide comment about whether Barack needed a pillow to be made more comfortable was downright embarrassing. The anticipated applause line on her script never happened. The audience was silent. The press was amazed. And Barack seemed genuinely startled by her nuttiness – he looked over at her as if he was viewing a dotty old aunt at a family dinner, the one that everyone politely humors.

Her lifelong pattern of secrecy was once again evident. While publicly promoting transparency in government, she steadfastly refuses to release her personal income tax returns. That’s a clear tip-off that there’s something to hide. Recall that the Clintons selectively released tax returns in Arkansas, but refused to go back to 1980, when Hillary had her windfall in cattle futures.

During the debate, Hillary suggested that she’d release the returns “soon,” but her staff quickly backtracked. She implied that she’s been too busy to deal with releasing the returns. Does she really think anyone believes that it will take more than simply making a copy of the return? She’s stalling and there’s a reason for that.

Most likely, the return will show how much Bill has been making from his partnership with the Sheik of Dubai and his other business ventures. Should the spouse of a presidential candidate be in business with a foreign leader who needs favors from the U.S. government? Definitely not. That’s why we’ll never see those returns.

And then there are the Clinton Library records that document her schedule as first lady. She doesn’t want them released either because they will definitively show that she was never the co-president. The Library has been stalling on the release of those documents for years. During the debate, she said that she wanted them released as quickly as possible and seemed to blame the Bush administration for the delay. But today, the White House indicated that she had made no requests for any expedited release.

The old Hillary, the real Hillary, is back.

And there’s apparently been no one to stop her from acting on her own worse instincts.

Underneath the veneer of the practiced smile and the strategically used giggle, there is a rage that is always close to the surface. It was on display in the debate.

Hillary Clinton is furious that America has not agreed to her coronation. She doesn’t understand why voters are rejecting her and embracing Barack Obama. She just doesn’t get it.

Never one to engage in self reflection, she can’t blame herself or even her incompetent strategists and advisers. They’re too close to her. She can’t accept the sorry fact that her campaign has been a disaster because it was based on the past and not the future, because it was premised on her phony experience and maintaining the status quo, and because her negative outlook is completely out of step with the mood of America. And finally, because in the positive message of Barack Obama, Americans see a stark contrast with her doom and gloom view of the world.

So, she’ll blame the media. It’s their fault.

And she’ll keep screaming about what a fighter she is.

More like a bully.

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McCain 2008 vs. McCain 1994: He was for Troop Withdrawal

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McCain ’08 vs. McCain ’94: He’s for Troop Withdrawal, As Long As Bill Clinton Is President [VIDEO]



Posted by Adam Howard, AlterNet on February 5, 2008 at 1:13 PM.

I am fairly certain if John McCain is the GOP presidential nominee he will try to position himself as the personification of consistency. But this unearthed footage of McCain railing against the notion of troops remaining in Haiti and Somalia after official missions were finished during the Clinton administration reveals the depths of his hypocrisy. Whoever faces McCain in the general election will have to contend with the fact that the Chris Matthews of the world adore him but there’s ample evidence of his poor judgment, uncontrollable temper and deep dishonesty.

The 3 Stooges have a Plan — A Third Bush Term

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VIDEO: The Conservative Agenda For 2008 — A Third Bush Term

On issue after issue, John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Mike Huckabee have shown themselves eager to carry on President Bush’s legacy. There has been almost no distinction between their rhetoric in recent GOP debates and Bush’s 2008 State of the Union address. What they have promised, essentially, is a third Bush term. A look at the issues:

Taxes: “[M]ake the tax relief permanent.”

Immigration: “America needs to secure our borders.”

Iraq Surge: “[S]ome may deny the surge is working, but among the terrorists there is no doubt.”

Iraq Withdrawal: “We will not rest until this enemy has been defeated.”

Health Care: “The best way to achieve that goal is by expanding consumer choice, not government control.”

ThinkProgress has put together a video showing the conservative candidates’ eagerness to mimic Bush’s policies and carry on his legacy. Watch it:

Arnold says “He kaan do the Jobb”

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Arnold Schwarzenegger, the new world order spokesmen and poster boy endorses John McCain and says “He kaan do the Jobb.” Referring to McCain’s “kill all Mooslimbs” policy.

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Must “kill all Mooslimbs”. Killing all Mooslimbs will increase our national IQ, lower our cholesterol, and cure cancer.

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Old Cancer Face McCain Pledges to Fight the Mooslimbs

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This is the man that is going to continue the Bush legacy in America. What a wonderful piece of news. This win in Florida by McCain should definitely inspire confidence in the world markets.

The same old failed foreign and domestic policies that the entire world has rejected, and shown to be full of holes, will continue.

There was no WMD’s in Iraq, Iran does not have nuclear weapons (but will still be invaded of course), 911 was an inside job, the budget deficit is growing exponentially, and the Amero is coming soon.

Plan A – fight the Mooslimbs and end all problems.

When that fails, there is Plan B, which is best summarized as “dooh!”

Oh happy days!

What’s next? Giuliani for Vice President? This is the perfect Republikan Republican nomination ticket – an old guy (71 years old) with cancer and a little younger guy (63 years old) also with cancer (prostate).

How appropriate that one has it in the face and the other in the ass.

How come the oldest guy in the race, Ron Paul (73 years old) looks the healthiest and most honest? Perhaps because “the truth shall set you free”?

We know the truth, not only by the reason, but also by the heart.
Blaise Pascal

All hail to the outgoing Caesar (fingers crossed)…

“You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.”
Abraham Lincoln