February 13th, 2008
08:50 AM ET
7 years ago

Campaign changes

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Watch a spokesman for Hillary Clinton assess the latest staff changes in the Clinton campaign and lay out the strategy going forward. (Photo Credit: AP)


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  1. Nate

    Wow...can't believe people cannot see the transparency of the Clinton campaign tactics.

    With Hillary's past....no offense to the pro-Clintoneers...I for one do not want a self-absorbed person in charge of the country.

    With Clinton starting the negative television commercials in Wisconsin now...I thought the candidates were all past these sort of under-handed grade school pranks.

    I have always been a republican-minded person for quite some time, but I must say I feel that Obama direction has a much brighter and cohesive message.

    I think politian against politian, Obama is a stronger investment for the U.S. We have got to stop seeing a "woman" running, or a "black" running....and look at their potential.

    I guess if I could say one thing to Hillary...it would be: come back in 4 more years and let's see if you can play nice then.

    February 13, 2008 01:47 pm at 1:47 pm |
  2. Dusacre

    Hillary is waiting for the BIG states: Texas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

    What is waiting for democrats in November if Hillary is the nominee?

    I would like to remind you of the prophetic words of a dead man, late Rev. Jerry Falwell: “I certainly hope that Hillary is the candidate. I hope she's the candidate, because nothing will energize my (constituency) like Hillary Clinton. If Lucifer ran, he wouldn't”

    If Hillary Rodham Clinton is the Democrats' presidential nominee in 2008, it will motivate republicans to oppose her more than if the devil himself were running

    February 13, 2008 04:05 pm at 4:05 pm |
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