On the issue of experience, Obama’s trying to say “me, too.” On the issue of unity, Clinton’s trying to say “me, too.”
Both have a tough time making their cases. For Clinton, it’s especially difficult: Despite her Senate record of working with Republicans, she’s known as a tough partisan – he’s viewed as a consensus-builder. But now people want what they thought President Bush would be – a uniter, not a divider. It’s very tough to imagine a Clinton bringing people together.
– CNN Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider
Let's not forget that so many of the staunch Bush supporters 8 years ago would now take anyone over G-dub. I'm one of them. His approval ratings have been in the dumpster for a long time and the majority of voters in this country gave him their trust. He's done a lot more harm than good to this country despite the challenges that he's faced.
I wish someone would ask them both how they feel about keeping government
deliberations and resultant actions secret from the public. Hillary's health plan failed
largly because it was decided in secret by people whom were unnamed.
Would she do it differently next time? What is Obama's record on openness?
You're missing the point. Hillary's "me toos" are based on experience and a proven track record. Obama's are based on poetic promises and "hope."
It's style (Obama) vs. style AND substance (Hillary).
I'll take style AND substance over style with the hope for substance any day!
I see OBAMA as being refreshing with a positive attitude. Let's bring on a change with a new name in the white house.
Hillary Clinton is alway's saying "we" as if she were President Bill Clinton's Vice Prez.
I am tired of her round about answers, and never a straight answer shall touch her lips.
She is the same old white house, only in female form.
I am tired of her arrogance and sense of entitlement.
I am voting for Barack Obama.
bird, bitter much?
Obama's slumlord ties are going to be a much bigger scandal than any of the right wing witch-hunts which ALMOST brought the Clintons down.
I think Billl Schenieder is so biased against Senator Clinton. You are endorsing Obama clearly and I dont think you should be doing that but analysing the truth. You are scared of a woman being the commander in chief. Bottom line
Hillary you are one experienced woman. Will be happy if you become my President
I do believe we have witnessed the unification of the Democratic Party. These two didn't debate, but discussed minor differences on the same issues. I believe we are seeing the next president and vice president sitting on the same stage!
Hilary is not only polished but one of the most intelligent woman I have ever heard speak. she compares well wtih Margaret Thatcher.
Your comments extrapolate far beyond what the candidates are saying in this debate and your obvious bias toward Obama is coming through clearly...
Clinton does has experience- She has played an integral role in the divisiveness of American politics since the 1970's. I want a president able to reach across the aisle and bring compromise back to government and who will return popular sovereignty to the political equation.
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hilery has done............................
Thumbs down on Bill Schneiders comments. Is your job to critique or be a critic ? We can make up our own minds based on what we've seen and what we see.
Thumbs down on Carl Bernstein.........his comments are as rough as his appearance.
It's time for both to give it up !!!
Go Clinton! You won my vote tonight!
Yes, they do...and it's the perfect compliment. It's the PERFECT ticket!