Monday, January 07, 2008

Oh Gag me with a spoon

Clinton plays the emotional woman card boo hoo boo hoo, What a master manipulating load of CRAP. My only question is, was the woman who asked the question a plant and how many times did she have to rehearse before she was able to just be brought to tears over the pressure from wanting to serve and save us boo hoo hoo...

Clinton Gets Emotional on Campaign Trail

ABC News' Kate Snow Reports: Campaigning in New Hampshire one day before the first-in-the-nation primary, Senator Hillary Clinton got emotional and had tears in her eyes as she spoke with voters about her passion for the country.

The Senator from New York was sitting at a big table in Cafe Espresso in Portsmouth, New Hampshire with 16 undecided voters, warmly and calmly taking questions from the voters.

Then she took an unexpected question from a woman in the audience.

"My question is very personal, how do you do it?" asked Marianne Pernold Young, a freelance photographer from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. "How do you, how do you keep upbeat and so wonderful?"

Clinton began responding, jokingly: You know, I think, well luckily, on special days I do have help. If you see me every day and if you look on some of the websites and listen to some of the commentators they always find me on the day I didn't have help. It's not easy."

Then Clinton began getting emotional: "It's not easy, and I couldn't do it if I didn't passionately believe it was the right thing to do. You know I have so many opportunities from this country just don't want to see us fall backwards," she said.

Then, her voice breaking and tears in her eyes, she said, "You know, this is very personal for me. It's not just political it's not just public. I see what's happening, and we have to reverse it."

Watch the video HERE.

"Some people think elections are a game, lot's of who's up or who's down, [but] it's about our country , it's about our kids' futures, and it's really about all of us together," she said.

"You know, some of us put ourselves out there and do this against some pretty difficult odds, and we do it, each one of us because we care about our country but some of us are right and some of us are wrong, some of us are ready and some of us are not, some of us know what we will do on day one and some of us haven't thought that through enough," she said in a veiled reference to her Democratic rival Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill.

"And so when we look at the array of problems we have and the potential for it really spinning out of control, this is one of the most important elections American has ever faced," Clinton said.
Earlier she had bored the rest of the table answering for ten minutes one realtor's question about real estate insurance.

She also had an exchange with an Obama supporter asking whether she can bring change, and why the Democrats haven't been able to affect change in Congress, despite taking power after the 2006 midterm elections.

"At the end of the day when the cameras are off what have you done?" asked the voter.

Clinton responded, arguing a politician's record is important.

"I know that to some people it sounds like there's a contradiction between change and experience... You can't have one without the other."

"You just keep going at it every single day," Clinton said. She said people aren't aware of the small things the Democrats in Congress have accomplished.

God I think I'm gonna PUKE...

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