Many older people in our society, like HRC, kind of forget that you can pretty much find anything on the Internet.
I notice that when older baseball players reminisce about a certain game. I check his “recollection” by going to retrosheet.org, which has gamelogs and schedules for almost every game that has ever been played. Most of the time, the memories are false or exaggerated.
It looks like Hillary Clinton got caught in a lie now. Perhaps she had multiple visits? Will that be her personal defense? As someone who has an impossible chance to win the election now (since Obama was not damaged as much with Reverend Wright as one would suspect), HRC needs to “know her role, and shut her mouth, if you smeeeeeeeeel what THE ROCK is cookin’.”
“Now first of all with all due respect, with all due respect. I won twice as many states as Sen. Clinton. I won more of the popular vote than Sen. Clinton. I have more delegates than Sen. Clinton. So I don’t’ know how someone in second place can offer the vice presidency to someone in first place. If I was in second place I could understand but I am in first place right now.
He referenced comments from Bill Clinton in 1992 that his “most important criteria” for vice president was that person must be ready to be commander in chief.
“I don’t understand. If I am not ready, why do you think I would be such a great vice president?” Obama asked the crowd, which gave him a standing ovation during his defense. “I don’t understand.”
“You can’t say he is not ready on day one, then you want him to be your vice president,” Obama continued. “I just want everybody to absolutely clear: I am not running for vice president. I am running to be president of the United States of America.”
Howard Wolfson, Clinton’s chief spokesman, said HRC would not pick a running mate who has not met the “national security threshold” — as Clinton’s military advisers and Wolfson put it on the call — but that it is possible Obama could meet that threshold by this summer’s Democratic convention.
This really seems like such as act of desperation on Hillary’s part to even suggest that 1) she would ask Obama, who is winning this election, to be her VP and 2) that there is a chance he wouldn’t make the National Security Threshold, like he’s some sort of Muslim spy.
Why would HRC have “military advisers” anyway? Where in the Constitution does it even say about running in-depth background checks on VP’s? The only constitutional rules are: “Thus, the vice president must be at least 35 years of age, have been born a citizen of the United States, and have been a resident of the U.S. for at least the 14 years preceding election. There is no restriction on the number of terms a person can serve as Vice President.”
Does the NSA get to Final QC who the president will be?
Hillary Rodham Clinton has raised the possibility of a challenge to Texas’ primary and caucus rules days before the contest, sighting that the Democratic Party rules are not fair, and that workers have not been properly trained.
As I predicted, HRC will stop at nothing to get votes thrown out and discounted. Since our laws are written in a way that gives each Party 100% autonomy when it comes to rules and agreements (like not counting Florida), it’s now possible Texas will now be disputed (if Hillary loses).
With Obama looking dead even with HRC or leading in pre-polls in Texas or Ohio, HRC will do anything to challenge the legality of primaries and caucuses.
Seriously, is this the type of person you want unifying the country and repairing the U.S. reputation around the world?