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Old 05-20-2008, 01:07 AM
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Protest against media bias and count the votes in Michigan and Florida


Saturday, May 31, 2008 at 12:45 PM - 3:30 PM

Near CNN studios
6430 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
General Area: sunset & Argyle Ave

On May 31, the DNC will be having a meeting to try and seat the votes of Michigan and Florida. We will let them know that we want every vote counted in this election. If the votes in those two states are counted then Hillary can win the popular vote. Also we are protesting against media bias against hillary especially against MSNBC and sexism. Protest will be going on nation wide! and Californians will not be counted out. Bring signs and you can make your own signs that say things like stop media bias, count the votes, ext. Bring as many people and tell as many people as you can. get out the effort. DO WHATEVER NECESSARY TO GET AS MANY PEOPLE. And don't let the media tell you its over cause its not. She can still win. TO CONTACT PLEASE EMAIL ME AT rxr0873@yahoo.com

Here is a example of sexism in the media and bias, trust me this isnt half of it
YouTube - Hillary Clinton: Mad As Hell/*****

Old 05-20-2008, 07:23 AM
Location: Hot Springs, AR
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It is very over. And if you are going to count Michigan and Florida, then he elections have to be re-done because the Obama supporters in those states did not have the opportunity to vote for him. Did it ever occur to you that sexism isn't playing a role in Clinton's loss but the fact that she's unreliable (the Bosnia shooting), uses fear and frustration to support unrealistic policies (if the gas tax is abolished do you really think that the oil companies will pass on the savings?), and has no clear plan to accomplish any goal (except of course garnishing my already low wages to force me have health care). At first I was strongly supporting Clinton because I loved my life when her husband was in office, but the more I learned and read the more I became an Obama supporter. Sexism has nothing to do with why she is losing this race.
Old 05-20-2008, 07:33 AM
Location: Sacramento, CA
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Its a lose/lose situation. If you vote for Clinton you're racist, and if you vote for Obama you're sexist. Its ridiculous, Clinton didn't lose because of sexism, it's because people like Obama better.
Old 05-20-2008, 08:42 AM
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There is no sexism...PLEASE! She lost the election because of that fool husband of hers who looks and acts like a major alcoholic. He went around putting his foot in his mouth everywhere he went. Frankly, I think he sabotaged his own wife's campaign, but that is another story. The man is a pompous, arrogant ass who was an impeached president and a disbarred lawyer. Everyone tries to make out George W. as this horrible creature, let me tell you folks, the Clintons are slime with a capital "S". We do not need another four years of BlowJob Billy Clinton in the White House. He has already done enough to this country, not for it.

And don't bother telling me how awful Bush is. The liberals and the media sabotaged him, too.
Old 05-20-2008, 10:21 AM
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I love this primary season. It's amazing watching the Democratic Party screw things up yet again. Think about it. One can only win in states that have a large older women vote and predominantly poor, working-class white men. The other can only win in states with large population of African Americans and 20-somethings.

I'll give Obama credit as the better cross-over candidate and not screaming "Clinton can't win the black vote." On the other hand, Hill'ry is screaming "He can't win the white vote and I can." Bush has never been able to live down the fact that he didn't win the popular vote the last time around. And 'crats have had a field day with that for years. Now, Hill'ry's whining that she should win because she has the popular vote and Obama shouldn't win because the super delegates don't represent the people. They made this mess themselves when the party decided to "punish" Michigan and Florida. Now they have to back peddle and change their own rules.

If it wasn't so sad, it would be funny.
Old 05-20-2008, 09:02 PM
Location: Sacramento, CA
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Bill Clinton was a MUCH better president than Bush. Look at the country before and after each one was elected.
Old 05-20-2008, 09:07 PM
Location: Sherman Oaks, CA
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