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Old 06-10-2008, 04:25 PM
 
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As long as I'm not nailed for any part of it, I could care less.
We are going to send you the whole bill for it so you can pay it all off for her.
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:28 PM
 
Location: Alvarado, TX
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We are going to send you the whole bill for it so you can pay it all off for her.
Y'all all gone be starving in just one minute, then. I'm just a poor old retired swabby, disabled at that. But I don't make no $58K in disability, that's for sure.
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:29 PM
 
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Yes, I am. Not sure what she will do in her downtime, probably rest a spell. I know I would. Paul Begali [SP] was just on CNN and they were asking him about her. He said she was doing OK, but I missed the rest of it. I am sure CNN will repeat it at least 800 more times and I will let you know what I find out. I am thinking she will re-energize in a short time though. My girl is tough and a fighter. I could see her in the Supreme Court myself.
I admire about her that she doesn't have "quit" in her vocabulary. That's the meaning of a winner. Good role model for girls.

Im not being sexist but politics is such a brutal game. I hope she takes a couple of years out from that world - like to write a book, go around the lecture circuit, get to bed early - but she might be too much rock star to be happy that way.
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:31 PM
 
Location: SE Arizona - FINALLY! :D
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Yes, I am. Not sure what she will do in her downtime, probably rest a spell. I know I would. Paul Begali [SP] was just on CNN and they were asking him about her. He said she was doing OK, but I missed the rest of it. I am sure CNN will repeat it at least 800 more times and I will let you know what I find out. I am thinking she will re-energize in a short time though. My girl is tough and a fighter. I could see her in the Supreme Court myself.
Yeah, I supect she is taking a well-deserved break (I know I would).

Presidential compaigns are simply BRUTAL - especially nowadays when they are so darned longggggggg. This is the reason Obama, Hillary, AND McCain are so easy to snag with verbal "Gotchas!". These folks are just plain TIRED. They've been at it for over a year and still have nearly 6 months more to go.

I agree she would make a terrific Supreme Court justice. I don't really want to see Hillary on the ticket as VP. I think she would do a good job (no matter WHAT position she's in) but I'm not sure she has the personality to defer to Obama (which a VP has to do). I'm also of the opinion that she'd serve as a lightning rod for the Republicans and might actually raise them from their stupor (because of their extreme hatred of all things Clinton) and help them get out the vote (which will likely be enemic otherwise).

Supreme Court though?

Yeah, I could definitely see that if the opportunity arises (and she had an interest - which she may not).

Ken
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:31 PM
 
Location: Alvarado, TX
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I admire about her that she doesn't have "quit" in her vocabulary. That's the meaning of a winner. Good role model for girls.

Im not being sexist but politics is such a brutal game. I hope she takes a couple of years out from that world - like to write a book, go around the lecture circuit, get to bed early - but she might be too much rock star to be happy that way.
Hey, maybe she won't "quit", go further in debt! Yeah, that's the ticket, Hitlery! Take Slick with you, too!
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:34 PM
 
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I'm betting she takes a year and writes a book. That would be relaxing but wouldnt be retirement. And wow she'd make back that money and then some!
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:35 PM
 
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I admire about her that she doesn't have "quit" in her vocabulary. That's the meaning of a winner. Good role model for girls.

Im not being sexist but politics is such a brutal game. I hope she takes a couple of years out from that world - like to write a book, go around the lecture circuit, get to bed early - but she might be too much rock star to be happy that way.
I think she will definitely write a book. I cannot see her ever getting out of politics, at least not in the foreseeable future. She has served most of her life fighting for the causes she believes in and I feel that she lives for that. It gives her a purpose for being (if that doesn't sound too sappy). Regardless of what people say about her, I think she does really care.
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:36 PM
 
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My guess is that this is part of what she discussed with Obama when the met at Feinstein's the other night, and that they came to some agreement that help mitigate Hillary's pain when giving her speech on Saturday.
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:36 PM
 
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Hey, maybe she won't "quit", go further in debt! Yeah, that's the ticket, Hitlery! Take Slick with you, too!
Where is my harpoon...there is a shark in the room, oops snark, my mistake
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:39 PM
 
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Yeah, I supect she is taking a well-deserved break (I know I would).

Presidential compaigns are simply BRUTAL - especially nowadays when they are so darned longggggggg. This is the reason Obama, Hillary, AND McCain are so easy to snag with verbal "Gotchas!". These folks are just plain TIRED. They've been at it for over a year and still have nearly 6 months more to go.

I agree she would make a terrific Supreme Court justice. I don't really want to see Hillary on the ticket as VP. I think she would do a good job (no matter WHAT position she's in) but I'm not sure she has the personality to defer to Obama (which a VP has to do). I'm also of the opinion that she'd serve as a lightning rod for the Republicans and might actually raise them from their stupor (because of their extreme hatred of all things Clinton) and help them get out the vote (which will likely be enemic otherwise).

Supreme Court though?

Yeah, I could definitely see that if the opportunity arises (and she had an interest - which she may not).

Ken
I remember when she gave her speech on Saturday she enunciated "Supreme Court". I got a feeling.........
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