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  •  There is no doubt that this whole diary is (1+ / 0-)
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    simply propaganda for Hillary.

    Apart from the incident with Powers, everything else is basically a Hillary press release.

    Saying that is hardly an attack.

    As to giving the other side the benefit of the could not be more wrong. I have written here in the past that "we have two great candidates", and I was not a Obama supporter till relatively recently.

    But recent developments with Hillary have left me absolutely appalled at her tactics and her character.

    What I have seen on this diary tonight is intelligent and mild - especially compared to the Hillary supporters at DD.

    •  And Bob Johnson's (2+ / 0-)
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      Obamaganda pieces on the MyDD rec list aren't propaganda?  So calling the diary a piece of shit and the diarist a paid liar is mild eh?  Not in my book.

      As for being appalled at Hillary's "character," that is certainly Obama propaganda.  She pointed out her experience advantage over Obama, and that of Senator McCain, which is more than fair, and all of a sudden she is supporting McCain?  And you think that Republicans haven't figured out for themselves that Obama has little real experience?  Right.....

      The ...Bushies... don't make policies to deal with problems. ...It's all about how can we spin what's happening out there to do what we want to do. Krugman

      by mikepridmore on Sun Mar 09, 2008 at 09:08:52 PM PDT

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      •  Being appalled at Hillary's character (0+ / 0-)

        is MY OWN reaction to her techniques of politics.

        As to what she said about McCain...really now, you are being so disingenuous that it is not worth of response.

        From the Nation:

        Now, if she wanted to help ensure that a Democrat wins in November, Clinton could say: "Barack Obama is qualified to be commander-in-chief but I'm more qualified." That's a perfectly reasonable argument. Instead she's sowing doubts about a fellow Democrat while talking up the GOP nominee, a strategy that plays right into McCain's hands. When McCain says, in a general election, that Obama is not ready to be commander-in-chief, he'll only have to cite Clinton.

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