(CNN) - Sen. Hillary Clinton speaks in Youngstown, Ohio after Sen. Barack Obama is projected the winner in Wisconsin's Democratic primary on Tuesday night.
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Obama fever is nothing but A Republican winning conspiracy. I want to make this prophesy- 'Obama Democratic ticket is an automatic Republican presidency.' America and Kenya are boiling at the same time.
CNN HAS NO TIME TO WASTE WITH A LOSER SPEECH ANY WAY.
The media is very bias against Hillary Clinton. With that said, it's time for those of us who like Sen. Clinton, admit, she is not getting it done. I don't know who is writing the speeches, but, they need to stop with the "empty rhetoric", "words don't matter", and "35 years of experience". None of these words have mattered in 9 states. Sen. Clinton should have been in Wisconsin right after her loss in the Potomac Primaries. I think a win in Wisconsin would have done more for her campaign than waiting two weeks for Texas. She needs to speak from the heart to the people of America. She need to acknowledge she is losing and need our help. It's time for Sen. Clinton to really find her voice. If she attacks, she need to attack issues with viable facts. All this petty stuff makes her look desperate. Attacking Obama because he can speak well is so unintelligent. Words do matter!!! Her words matter. But, if she doesn't began to come off as genuine, starting with the debate, it's all over.
Yes air the WHOLE speech!
It is about choosing the right candidate, who might become our next President. It's about facing the problems that exist. Pretty words with no real back up, won't solve what is happening right now.... people losing their homes, healthcare and the economy. People have to do research on the candidates and see what kind of work they have done and what they can provide, and not just be taken by the moment.
Hillary would run our country, same way she is running her campaign, right into the ground. She,Bush and McCain should grab Bill and go
home.They have done enough for us.
And by the way, people who said he did not wait to make his speech, you are DEAD WRONG. I was at the rally in Houston, and he was scheduled to start at 7:45, but did not go on for another 30 minutes or so. He couldn't wait forever. And last time I checked, I don't think he's required to wait for her. CNN chose to interrupt her speech simply because HE was the winner and was giving, essentially, his victory speech. Had she won, I can guarantee they would have played hers over his. People are just being petty now.