Hillary Outraged That Her Words Used Against Barack

Hillary is mad that the McCain campaign is using her own words in pointing out that Barack Obama is not ready to be President of the United States… Well if you did not want them used, you should not have said them in the first place… It was fine when she was running against Barack, however now it is not because he is the Presidential candidate… Another double standard from the liberal sidelines…

More Change You Can Believe IN!

Senator Hillary Clinton on Sunday decried the use of her voice in computer-disseminated “robo-calls” by Republican presidential candidate John McCain’s campaign.The phone calls, which automatically dial up voters in hard-fought battleground states, play a recording of Clinton during the Democratic primary battle.

In the recording Clinton derides what she said was a lack of experience by then-rival and fellow Democrat Barack Obama, who went on to win the party’s presidential nomination.

“Senator Hillary Clinton does not approve this message, and as she criss-crosses the country, she has said time and again that the choice in this election could not be more clear,” said the former first lady’s spokeswoman Kathleen Strand.

“The McCain/Palin ticket offers only more of the same failed policies, while the Obama/Biden ticket offers the vision, leadership and positive solutions we need. I wonder why the Republicans aren’t using those words?” Strand said.

According to news reports, the robo-call starts out with a voice saying: “Listen to what Hillary Clinton had to say about John McCain and Barack Obama.”

The recording of Clinton, dating back to the Democrats’ primary campaign, is heard to say: “In the White House, there is no time for speeches and on-the-job training.

“Senator McCain will bring a lifetime of experience to the campaign, and Senator Obama will bring a speech he gave in 2002,” Clinton says in the recording.

“I think that is a significant difference,” said the senator’s voice on the robo-call, which reportedly is circulating in Ohio and Pennsylvania.

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2 Responses

  1. At least Homeland Security has been honest about who they trust.
    Read the email I got from them.

    Hi Mr. M,

    I suspect that it would be hard for them to get the courts to allow it’s release. But that is certainly an interesting perspective. I just hope we don’t wake up on Wednesday with him being the President-elect.

    Jason

    On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 11:49 AM, wrote:
    Has anyone looked into the LA tape as a matter for Homeland Security ? Seeing Obama is running for the top of the chain of command it only reasons that you look into any associations with known terrorists. Under the Patriot Act they don’t have to give it to GOP but they do have to turn it in to Homeland Security .

    — State Representative Jason W. Murphey Vice-Chairman Homeland Security Committee State Capitol Building Room #400B 2300 North Lincoln Blvd Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105 1(405) 557-7350 (Office) 1(405) 315-5064 (Cell) 1(405) 962-7660 (Fax) http://www.HouseDistrict31.com

  2. […] Hillary Outraged That Her Words Used Against Barack Hillary is mad that the McCain campaign is using her own words in pointing out that Barack Obama is not ready to be President of the United States… Well if you did not want them used, you should not have said them in the first place… It was fine when she was running against Barack, however now it is not because he is the Presidential candidate… Another double standard from the liberal sidelines… More Change You Can Believe IN! Senator Hillary Clinton on Sunday decried the use of her voice in computer-disseminated “robo-calls” by Republican presidential candidate John McCain’s campaign.The phone calls, which automatically dial up voters in hard-fought battleground states, play a recording of Clinton during the Democratic primary battle. In the recording Clinton derides what she said was a lack of experience by then-rival and fellow Democrat Barack Obama, who went on to win the party’s presidential nomination. “Senator Hillary Clinton does not approve this message, and as she criss-crosses the country, she has said time and again that the choice in this election could not be more clear,” said the former first lady’s spokeswoman Kathleen Strand. “The McCain/Palin ticket offers only more of the same failed policies, while the Obama/Biden ticket offers […] […]

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