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Clinton Levels With Texas

Another Hillary Clinton ad in Texas. This one about her economic plans:

"She's fighting for America's middle class," the announcer says. "She'll end $55 billion in giveaways to corporate special interests, and invest it to rebuild the middle class, create jobs, end tax breaks for companies that ship companies overseas, and cut taxes for working families."

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  February 27, 2008; 1:46 PM ET Ad Watch , Hillary Rodham Clinton
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Her or she worked their heart out to work for the public in their lives. If someone believe in change our ways to improve our live i believe he or she should be given a chance. My son is in the Iraq war for 13 months now. How does that makes me feel when a republican in the white house tells us that there is al queida in Irag when international organisations say that terrorist organisations do not exist in irag rather they exist in Afghanistan which we have not done enough efforts to null them and they have moved over to iraq because that is the closet they can come to attacking Americans. Why are we as people have ideas that are so misconceived and wrong. People have a right for an opinion but that right should be used with all the facts in making a good judgement and that is what the republicans has abused. This comes from a Republican myself. All the billions lost in war would have helped America have a strong standing in the economy and a leader in the world instead of shipping good jobs in countries like India. Our people in this country should have a right to the American Dream, they are willing to work hard and why is the executive office stopping them from achieving their dream. Like myself all have families in this country who needs each other for support and a strong future. I beleive change is in order; for us to move forward. Sometimes we need a different person who thinks outside the box to help us the way. I beleive Barack Obama can help us lead the way. It is not his charisma or persona or even his ethnicity that make me appreciate his run for the candidacy, but his intent and his position on issues. Fear drives us to make decision that we regret later. decisions based on fear we got a second term for Mr Bush- he is not doing so bad, it is just that he had lost a lot of his confidence in himself as you can see when he gives speech now and when u compare his speeches when he was the governor of texas.

Posted by: Antony Jessop | February 27, 2008 5:46 PM

You must be on drugs. Hillary never fought for anything but herself. Where are your taxes, Hillary? Can you add? Oops I forgot, you can't. Otherwise you'd have withdrawn.

Posted by: gmundenat | February 28, 2008 6:53 PM

To all Americans, people around the world are looking inside from outside. you are all stupid for voting Obama, it will be the same again electing a president with no experience, you should realize by now what's happeining to your country. Please vote wisely, vote for Hillary she' is the best qualified candidate to run America with dignity around the world.

Posted by: josephine | February 28, 2008 7:53 PM

Senator Clinton is strong leader and smart legislator. She is the most qualified and has years of experience opposing an administration that has used fear tactics and untruth spin to sell their agenda. This experience of daily battle with the Bush administration is the major differences between the two demo candidates. This is the time we need a true tested leader to move our country in the right direction. Senator Clinton's agenda includes real people's concerns and looks to programs that will build better lives for working people. It is Senator Hillary Clinton that can do this work.

Posted by: sandra | February 28, 2008 10:22 PM

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