cold day at the clinton home.
kinda feel bad for hill. i truly do. after all those years of calculating, grooming and bill, this handsome young o'bama buck swoops in with a catchy campaign slogan, the support of young hollywood and t-shirts at urban outfitters (i kind of want one), and rips the democratic nomination out of her cold, outstretched fingers. i tried to warn you girlfriend.
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The lesser of two evils? Na - they are both on the same low level, in my opinion. She put up a good fight and she'll still go down in history, I am sure.
you sure did! i think everything went downhill for camp clinton after the rhode island zip hoodie incident myself.
RATS! that picture makes me feel bad for her. real bad.
Yes poor gal indeed. But she's a "scary" one. I was thinking of a quote from Obama the other day that went something like this, "The United States is the greatest country in the history of the world, join with me now to change it." Interesting...what would Obama like the United States to be then...
scary picture. it's sad but true, obama's got the younger crowd. i kinda feel bad for her too... but not that bad. now maybe i can introduce myself to people without them commenting on the similarity of our names. why do people do that anyway?! and those obama t-shirts are pretty funny!
you know for as much crap as she gets she was the closest woman contender, ever. that's gotta mean something. i'm grateful she made it as far as she did and a little sad that she didn't make it all the way. should be interesting to see how it all plays out.
You're so right. If only she had listened to a little fashion advice maybe it would have happened for her. Regardless of political views, it's difficult to vote for someone that wears her hoodie that way. So long Hill.
Yeah. I don't really feel bad. She is still with Bill. That's her own fault.
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