Thursday, May 22, 2008

Remember These Gals?



UPDATE: FAKE SITE!!!
Well they have a new web site Clinton Supporters Count Too". If you want to join in this fight sign up for updates.
Fake Site Click to Enlarge
I have added them to "Great Places" on the left of this blog.
REMOVED
From jslat:
Update: Tuesday, May 20, 2008

From Clinton Supporters Count Too: WARNING! THERE IS AN UNOFFICIAL WEBSITE WITH OUR GROUP’S NAME.

The ONLY official locations for information from CLINTON SUPPORTERS COUNT TOO! is this page and our blogspots which you receive in the auto-response from our 4 Email addresses listed below. When our official website is ready we will post it here on http://www.Hillaryis44.org.

E-MAIL I RECEIVED FROM THIS SITE:
HI all: First I would like to thank each one of you for joining CSCT. My name is Ed
Hale and I live in Wellington, TX. I set this web site up to make sure that Hillary Clinton is the next president of these United States. We will be doing several things in the next couple of weeks. I am going to outline some of the things I think we need to do.

1). All of us send out emails to our friends and get them to join us.
2). I need someone to get all the email addresses of all of the super delegates so that we can send them emails letting them know if they do not support Hillary, we are going to do our best to see that they get to stay home and twiddle their thumbs.
3). Once we have all of those emails, then we will start turning up the stove and burning their backsides.
4). I need the names and email address of the DNC rules committee members so that we can make them give Hillary her delegates she won in Mi and Fl. ( we now have them)
5). Visit as many blogs as you can and put our web site address there.

Now it is very important that we get at least a million members to CSCT. We can then tell the DNC and super delegates, it our way or the highway.

Note: I have been getting junk mail all day since I joined this site.
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Have you ever heard of "Counter Punch" I saw this there today.
From Obama to the PRTs in Iraq

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Thursday Superdelegates

Clinton ........I
Pilar Lujan....Guam

Obama.........O

via The Page

Oregon numbers:
Obama......360,728 59%
Clinton......252,270 41%
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It seems Rush Limbaugh has taken up our cause...listen at WILK he is taking calls.

Corbett will be talking about the votes in FL. and MI. today at 3:00 pm est.

Want to listen to Hannity? He is on 77WABC
1-800-941-SEAN(7326)
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Does Obama's tepid finish spell trouble against McCain?

This Is Your Brain on God

McCain rejects pastor's endorsement

Now some fresh pickings from the Political Grapevine:
Danger Zone

Iowa Democratic Senator Tom Harkin is being criticized for saying that John McCain's military background makes him dangerous.

Harkin told reporters on a conference call Friday, "He comes from a long line of just military people, so I think his whole world view, his life view, has been shaped from a military viewpoint and he has a hard time thinking beyond that and I think he's trapped in that. And I think that can be pretty dangerous."

A McCain spokesman called Harkin's remarks offensive and said they showed that Democrats are out of touch with American values.



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How does this make you feel? Why is HBO showing this now? This will just stir the pot even more. I am a democrat who is fed up with the democratic party for the way they have not listened to the people and disenfranchised the voters once again in Florida and now adding Michigan to the list. Obama has stopped the re-vote for these two states. Obama is the chosen one of the party elitist, anyone with half a brain can see it...Hillary wins a state and the SD's from that state go to Obama. Our vote no longer matters to the democratic party. I am sure the republicans will enjoy having us on there team come November.

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Brought to you by jslat

Statement by John McCain on Senator Barack Obama and Benefits for Our Veterans

"Perhaps, if Senator Obama would take the time and trouble to understand this issue he would learn to debate an honest disagreement respectfully. But, as he always does, he prefers impugning the motives of his opponent, and exploiting a thoughtful difference of opinion to advance his own ambitions. If that is how he would behave as President, the country would regret his election." -- John McCain

Read it all please

7 comments:

jslat said...

30yrdem-

I thought that website was not their's--

Update: Tuesday, May 20, 2008

From Clinton Supporters Count Too: WARNING! THERE IS AN UNOFFICIAL WEBSITE WITH OUR GROUP’S NAME.

The ONLY official locations for information from CLINTON SUPPORTERS COUNT TOO! is this page and our blogspots which you receive in the auto-response from our 4 Email addresses listed below. When our official website is ready we will post it here on http://www.Hillaryis44.org.

30yrdem said...

Thanks I will remove it!

jslat said...

I sent you an email just a minute ago. I'm leaving for a meeting. Take care.

jslat said...

I sent you an email just a minute ago. I'm leaving for a meeting. Take care.

30yrdem said...

Thanks for the info but they already have my e-mail...to late I signed up!

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Later.......

jslat said...

Just saw this- Boy, McCain can fight!!! Have you read this?

STATEMENT BY JOHN MCCAIN ON SENATOR BARACK OBAMA AND BENEFITS FOR OUR VETERANS

“Perhaps, if Senator Obama would take the time and trouble to understand this issue he would learn to debate an honest disagreement respectfully. But, as he always does, he prefers impugning the motives of his opponent, and exploiting a thoughtful difference of opinion to advance his own ambitions. If that is how he would behave as President, the country would regret his election.” — John McCain


ARLINGTON, VA — U.S. Senator John McCain issued the following statement on Senator Barack Obama’s remarks concerning veterans benefits:

“It is typical, but no less offensive that Senator Obama uses the Senate floor to take cheap shots at an opponent and easy advantage of an issue he has less than zero understanding of. Let me say first in response to Senator Obama, running for President is different than serving as President. The office comes with responsibilities so serious that the occupant can’t always take the politically easy route without hurting the country he is sworn to defend. Unlike Senator Obama, my admiration, respect and deep gratitude for America’s veterans is something more than a convenient campaign pledge. I think I have earned the right to make that claim.

“When I was five years old, a car pulled up in front of our house in New London, Connecticut, and a Navy officer rolled down the window, and shouted at my father that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor. My father immediately left for the submarine base where he was stationed. I rarely saw him again for four years. My grandfather, who commanded the fast carrier task force under Admiral Halsey, came home from the war exhausted from the burdens he had borne, and died the next day. I grew up in the Navy; served for twenty-two years as a naval officer; and, like Senator Webb, personally experienced the terrible costs war imposes on the veteran. The friendships I formed in war remain among the closest relationships in my life. The Navy is still the world I know best and love most. In Vietnam, where I formed the closest friendships of my life, some of those friends never came home to the country they loved so well .

“But I am running for the office of Commander-in-Chief. That is the highest privilege in this country, and it imposes the greatest responsibilities. It would be easier politically for me to have joined Senator Webb in offering his legislation. More importantly, I feel just as he does, that we owe veterans the respect and generosity of a great nation because no matter how generously we show our gratitude it will never compensate them fully for all the sacrifices they have borne on our behalf.

“Senators Graham, Burr and I have offered legislation that would provide veterans with a substantial increase in educational benefits. The bill we have sponsored would increase monthly education benefits to $1500; eliminate the $1200 enrollment fee; and offer a $1000 annually for books and supplies. Importantly, we would allow veterans to transfer those benefits to their spouses or dependent children or use a part of them to pay down existing student loans. We also increase benefits to the Guard and Reserve, and even more generously to those who serve in the Selected Reserve.

“I know that my friend and fellow veteran, Senator Jim Webb, an honorable man who takes his responsibility to veterans very seriously, has offered legislation with very generous benefits. I respect and admire his position, and I would never suggest that he has anything other than the best of intentions to honor the service of deserving veterans. Both Senator Webb and I are united in our deep appreciation for the men and women who risk their lives so that the rest of us may be secure in our freedom. And I take a backseat to no one in my affection, respect and devotion to veterans. And I will not accept from Senator Obama, who did not feel it was his responsibility to serve our country in uniform, any lectures on my regard for those who did.

“The most important difference between our two approaches is that Senator Webb offers veterans who served one enlistment the same benefits as those offered veterans who have re-enlisted several times. Our bill has a sliding scale that offers generous benefits to all veterans, but increases those benefits according to the veteran’s length of service. I think it is important to do that because, otherwise, we will encourage more people to leave the military after they have completed one enlistment. At a time when the United States military is fighting in two wars, and as we finally are beginning the long overdue and very urgent necessity of increasing the size of the Army and Marine Corps, one study estimates that Senator Webb’s bill will reduce retention rates by 16%.

“Most worrying to me, is that by hurting retention we will reduce the numbers of men and women who we train to become the backbone of all the services, the noncommissioned officer. In my life, I have learned more from noncommissioned officers I have known and served with than anyone else outside my family. And in combat, no one is more important to their soldiers, sailors, marines, and airmen, and to the officers who command them, than the sergeant and petty officer. They are very hard to replace. Encouraging people not to choose to become noncommissioned officers would hurt the military and our country very badly. As I said, the office of President, which I am seeking, is a great honor, indeed, but it imposes serious responsibilities. How faithfully the President discharges those responsibilities will determine whether he or she deserves the honor. I can only tell you I intend to deserve the honor if I am fo rtunate to receive it, even if it means I must take politically unpopular positions at times and disagree with people for whom I have the highest respect and affection.

30yrdem said...

I will post it on front!