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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Election o8: the Hillary Clinton campaign, Black Women, Black men and The Three Faces of Hillary Clinton

The Three Faces of Hillary.

Before I start talking about the 3 faces of Hillary, let me ask this.

Did you notice how many in the main stream media have not really talked about the significance of Obama winning the lilly white state of Vermont?

Ok, now back to the 3 faces of Hillary:

Face 1

Politico's Mike Allen is reporting that, The morning after reviving her candidacy with two big primary wins, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) hinted Wednesday that she and Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) may wind up as ticket mates.

“That may, you know, be where this is headed, but of course we have to decide who’s on the top of ticket,” Clinton said with a laugh on the CBS's “The Early Show.” “I think that the people of Ohio very clearly said that it should be me." More HERE

AAPP: Oh hell no! Not a Obama/Hillary ticket! Although Obama Couldn’t Deliver The Knockout Blow I cant' see Barack allowing Hillary on a Barack ticket. Not after her color aroused campaigning.

I guess the folks at Politico must be right. Hillary Clinton learned a lot in the past week.

Face 2

Hillary Clinton

Clinton's lesson: Attacking Obama works

Now there are questions to whether Clinton Ad darkened Obama
making Obama "Too Black"

More HERE and HERE

I Guess Hillary is trying to say voting for Obama will be An Political American Tragedy? I think she has it twisted! It's the other way around.

Face 3

Now the question is, as International political and social activist Francis L. Holland's says: Did Hillary Just Endorse John McCain over Obama?

See, now that pisses me off. This AAPP will not vote for Hillary Clinton! Like many brothers and sisters in the field I would rather build a black social and political movement in this country that takes the black political action to the next level.

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