Saturday, February 23, 2008
Change You Can Xerox
Hillary Rodham Clinton accused Democratic presidential rival Barack Obama of political plagiarism Thursday night and said he represented "change you can Xerox."
The exchange marked an unusually pointed moment in an otherwise civil encounter in the days before March 4 primaries in Texas and Ohio — contests that even some of Clinton's supporters say she must win to sustain her campaign for the White House.
They disagreed on the proper response to a change in government in Cuba in the wake of Fidel Castro's resignation. Clinton said she would refuse to sit down with incoming President Raul Castro until he implements political and economic reforms. Obama said he would meet "without preconditions," but added the U.S. agenda for such a session would include human rights in the Communist island nation.
The Poodle is an empty suit. There is no "there" there. What in the hell do supporters see in him? They have drunk from the well of his Kool - Aid, the same as the followers of Jim Jones and Heaven's Gate Hale Boppers.
The Poodle is today's contemporary version of Neville Chamberlain, the man fooled into thinking, "It is peace for our time," by Adolf Hitler. The Poodle is either a rube or the biggest pacifist our country has ever seen.
"Change you can Xerox." Bwa ha ha ha! Who knew MrsSatan was a comedian!
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