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Clinton Getting Ad Help in Montana and Puerto Rico

The American Leadership Project is airing ads for Hillary Clinton in Montana and Puerto Rico.

Different production elements, announcers, and characters, but basically the same message: Clinton's plan is best for middle class Americans, and she should continue her campaign.

The Montana spot:

The Puerto Rico spot:

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  May 29, 2008; 5:50 PM ET Ad Watch , Hillary Rodham Clinton
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HILLARY CLINTON IS THE BEST COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF TO BEAT MCCAIN IN NOVEMBER.

Gen. Hugh Shelton, including 34 other Generals and Admirals, ....."You know in the history of our great nation, there has been only one former President who received an endorsement of a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs prior to being elected. And in this case, not only one, but two former Chiefs along with a former Vice Chairman have expressed their support for Senator Clinton.
And so I'm proud to be one of those two [in endorsing Sen. Hillary Clinton for president].".....Today, in General Shelton's hometown paper, The Daily Southerner, Gen. Shelton endorses Hillary: "An opinion piece deserves a frank opinion," and that, "Unlike any other candidate, she knows that maintaining a highly-trained military and alert military goes beyond throwing dollars at the Pentagon or giving upbeat speeches."....Sen. Clinton has gotten to know our military during her time as first lady and as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.....Unlike any other candidate, she knows that maintaining a highly-trained military and alert military goes beyond throwing dollars at the Pentagon or giving upbeat speeches. She understands the impact of endless commitments on the service families who also serve our country.She has already worked hard to build the morale, training and ultimately the capabilities of our armed forces, and she uniquely understands the importance of remembering those on our forgotten front line in Afghanistan.We need a president like Sen. Clinton, who understands that a successful foreign policy combines equal parts of economic strength, military readiness and diplomatic persuasion. ... (Read all of Gen. Shelton's endorsement .)In the long history of our nation, there has been only one former Green Beret to become the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs -- General Hugh Shelton. He stands beside Hillary and 34 of his fellow Generals and Admirals in enthusiastically endorsing Hillary Clinton for President and next Commander-in-Chief.

Posted by: General | May 29, 2008 8:19 PM

ATTENTION!!! ATTENTION!!! ATTENTION!!!
_______________________________________

(((((((((PROTEST ANNOUNCEMENT))))))))

Why: The DNC might decide to bend the
rules back to Hillary's favor to include
Florida and exclude Michigan.

When: Saturday, May 31

Location: Mariott Washington DC

_________________________________________


2000 The Presidential election was so close
that the Supreme Court decided who would
be our President. We got shafted with
the choice of Bush.

2004 Another close Presidential race is
decided by one state (Ohio). Questionable
voting machine practices tipped the election
towards Bush's favor.

If we stand by, and allow the DNC to
carry on this tradition of raping our
Democracy... WE GET WHAT WE DESERVE!!!


Show up in support of DEMOCRACY - SHOW UP
IN OPPOSITION OF THE Hillary Fascists!!!


DEMAND THAT THEY UPHOLD THEIR 'WORD' -
Our country is a country of laws and
founded on personal and communal
integrity.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 29, 2008 11:17 PM

Both Senator Clinton and McCain appear to be seriously contemplating war with Iran, at a time when it appears the majority of Americans crave the end of the Iraq war. Therefore, I'm not impressed with Hillary's military associations or the argument that she is ready to defend the county on day one. We deserve diplomacy over fear. When the new war is declared with Iran, and our volunteer troops are totally exhausted and can't fight anymore or won't volunteer, who will be called in to fight the wars? Charlie Rangel has advocated on several occassions to bring the draft back with no exceptions. Therefore, EVERYONE, not just poor black, white, latino, asian, will be compeled to give their lives, but ALL young men and women will be called to serve. Therefore, I hope you that are so EAGER to sell your soul to the devil are willing to die or scarifice the lives of the children God has blessed you with to die for someone else's self depreciating glory! For me, my children, your children and those brave children who currently put their lives on the line, and those that have already given their lives are very important and precious to me!

Posted by: mscej | May 29, 2008 11:19 PM

And what IS the American Leadership Project?

A 527 org, just like the Swift Boaters, run by Clinton types. Not that I learned that from the Post, I had to Google it.

Journalism is dead.

Posted by: gbooksdc | May 30, 2008 12:05 AM

Hillary is over. Those that continue to pretend otherwise are as delusional as the Busheviks Scott McClellan describes in his book.

Posted by: filmex | May 30, 2008 12:19 AM

Journalism is not dead. Hillary's campaign is dead. It died a week before Super Tuesday when her campaign overspent on champaign and got a pain from all the ads Hillary had to take out to ensure victory in the states she did win. It was the battle that broke her campaign.She had already been severely weakened from losing Iowa and had to sped a super amount of money to win in New Hampshire.

Posted by: LetthemdrinkCrownRoyal | May 30, 2008 12:20 AM

Hillary Clinton supporters think she is innocent. Iv'e been reading about this Peter Paul case that Hillary Clinton has to testify in Novemeber for campaign fraud during her senate run. Is this Peter Paul case true?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xq8aopATYyw&NR=1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMfUajhL24I&feature=related

Posted by: Janice | May 30, 2008 12:37 AM

Is the Peter Paul Case Hillary Clinton has to testify in November for campaign fraud during her senate run true? Its on youtube and I often read blogs about it. Is this Peter Paul case true?

Posted by: Janice | May 30, 2008 12:40 AM

As an older woman in the west I feel Hillary is the most dishonest, divisive politician in America. It's no surprise she heads Judicial Watch's list of 2007 Most Corrupt Politicians. Hillary is threatening to sue if the rules aren't changed in her favor. She race baits and is using the sexism victim card. She spends recklessly,is in debt, hires her cronies and lies. Do we really need another president like that?

Posted by: Linda | May 30, 2008 1:14 AM

The DNC are filled with crooks who want to bend the rules and mislead the public. They have sent out attack dogs like Joe Andrew to tamper free election. They tried to sway votes to BO.

It is an undemocratic party which is presumptuous and put itself above people, the voters. They should be punished.

Pelosi, and Reid must resign.

Posted by: John_Lai | May 30, 2008 1:28 AM

Not being a US citizen and living in Hong Kong, I always thought that the US military, can vote but not allowed into the political arena.
So what are these generals doing.

Posted by: torun chakrabarty | May 30, 2008 2:43 AM


If Hillary is not the candidate the only hope for the democrats is a draft.

Al Gore is the only capable and experienced leader for our troubled times

Posted by: Anonymous | May 30, 2008 4:28 AM

while BO does seem to be a nice man it is odd that his deciples keep posting such dis-respectful things about his competitor - especialy if they realllly believe she over - maybe they know that it is not over until the lady in the pants suit says it is! Hillary will not stop- because millions of voters dont want her to.

Posted by: kimmaree | May 30, 2008 4:53 AM

Clinton has taken Kentucky and Obama is right there in Oregon.
The Democratic race for nomination is still very much alive - and most likely to be decided by superdelegates - as CNN points out clearly

http://edition.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/05/20/primary.wrap/index.html

If you're tired of waiting around for those super delegates to make a decision already, go to LobbyDelegates.com and push them to support Clinton or Obama

If you haven't done so yet, please write a message to each of your state's superdelegates at http://www.lobbydelegates.com

Clinton Supporters too .... !

It takes a moment, but what's a few minutes now worth to get Clinton in office?! Those are really worth !

Sending a note to current Clinton supporters lets them know it's appreciated, sending a note to current Obama supporters can hopefully sway them to change their vote to Clinton, and sending a note to the uncommitted folks will hopefully sway them to vote for Clinton. It's that easy...

Posted by: Kathy | May 30, 2008 6:55 AM

Hillary's right - something terrible did happened to Obama. He has been thrown under the buss with white voters again by the CHICAGO TRINITY CHURCH OF UNITED JUMPING-UP-AND-DOWN-CHEERING BLACK RACISTS and another "friend" "Father" Plieger, a pale, lisping Wright wannabe hell bent on getting McSame elected.

Are these people malicious or just stupid?

Posted by: Roy | May 30, 2008 7:11 AM

Clinton has taken Kentucky and Obama is right there in Oregon.
The Democratic race for nomination is still very much alive - and most likely to be decided by superdelegates - as CNN points out clearly

http://edition.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/05/20/primary.wrap/index.html

If you're tired of waiting around for those super delegates to make a decision already, go to LobbyDelegates.com and push them to support Clinton or Obama

If you haven't done so yet, please write a message to each of your state's superdelegates at http://www.lobbydelegates.com

Obama Supporters:

Sending a note to current Obama supporters lets them know it's appreciated, sending a note to current Clinton supporters can hopefully sway them to change their vote to Obama, and sending a note to the uncommitted folks will hopefully sway them to vote for Obama. It's that easy...

Clinton Supporters too .... !

It takes a moment, but what's a few minutes now worth to get Clinton in office?! Those are really worth !

Sending a note to current Clinton supporters lets them know it's appreciated, sending a note to current Obama supporters can hopefully sway them to change their vote to Clinton, and sending a note to the uncommitted folks will hopefully sway them to vote for Clinton. It's that easy...

Posted by: feeba | May 30, 2008 7:50 AM

Obama has asked his supporters NOT to demonstrate at the Saturday May 31 Rules & Bylaws Committee, but rather - if they want to contribute - to put their efforts towards voter registration that day.

Posted by: Hooper | May 30, 2008 8:40 AM

As a registered Independent Voter, and a nonreligious person, and now a heavy contributor to the democratic party cause, I can say this, as others have said before me, and the facts will show...Hillary Clinton is a "congenital liar". She can't be trusted, and is only interested in her self-proclaimed "right" to be president, because her husband got oral sex in the White House with some 20-something aide when she was sleeping in the West Wing, out-of-touch with her own marriage.

The secretive deal she made with her "husband" when they went to the Cape for that week of "reconciliation" was that she'd stand by the old man--when ANY woman who had a conscience and some pride would have dumped the jerk for making a fool of her--and he was to use everything in his power to get her elected. She figured she'd at least leverage her marriage of convenience into some power, which is what she's all about. So much for marital vows and conscience. She'd be a disaster for this country, right after that other disaster...the idiot Bush.

Posted by: TMI | May 30, 2008 8:47 AM

The DNC is "raping our democracy"? Some of you people have lost your mind!
Where have you people been FOR DECADES - and even in your own towns, conties and cities, when and where the democratic process was truly subverted?

THIS IS A BOGUS ISSUE.

YOU ARE SETTING WOMEN'S CAUSES BACK (what are your issues , anyway?). People are not going to take you seriously next time either.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 30, 2008 9:55 AM

The DNC is "raping our democracy"? Some of you people have lost your mind!
Where have you people been FOR DECADES - and even in your own towns, conties and cities, when and where the democratic process was truly subverted?

THIS IS A BOGUS ISSUE.

YOU ARE SETTING WOMEN'S CAUSES BACK (what are your issues , anyway?). People are not going to take you seriously next time either.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 30, 2008 10:05 AM

Barack does NOT want a spectacle so don't show up to protest.

Maybe sign up people to vote but don't engage Hillary protesters, etc.

Posted by: Mark | May 30, 2008 10:34 AM

What this article fails to mention is that the American Leadership Project is a PAC created by the pro-Clinton labor union, AFSCME. AFSCME has funded it to the tune of $1 million. As has been reported in the labor press (largely ignored by the rocket scientists at the Washington Post), AFSCME has been pouring millions of dollars into the Clinton campaign, not just by running pro-Clinton ads but by engaging in extreme Obama-bashing.

Interestingly, the Montana State AFL-CIO is dominated by the MEA-MFT, an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers -- another pro-Clinton union. MEA-MFT is the largest union in that state. Yet, MEA-MFT and the Montana AFL-CIO have been amazingly quiet in their support of Clinton in that state.

Posted by: Tim | May 30, 2008 11:06 AM

People should have to take an IQ test before being allowed to post on the internet. The DNC made rules and like any organization the members voted on those rules and the rules passed. There was one dissenting vote and that was an Obama supporter. Hillary Clinton thought she would be a shoe-in in the primaries, so all her supporters voted that the primaries in Florida and Michigan would not count. Now that she is behind she wants them to count. If they are not counted she threatens to sue. You cannot win a lawsuit against an organization for making their rules and abiding by those rules. She is like any sore loser - she wants to change the rules in the middle of the game. It is not Obama's rules or Clinton's rules - they are the Democratic National Committee's rules. As a woman it would have been good to have a woman running for president, but not this particular woman; she is divisive, a whiner, and a liar.

Posted by: Boston | May 30, 2008 11:39 AM

Barack does NOT want a spectacle so don't show up to protest.

Maybe sign up people to vote but don't engage Hillary protesters, etc.

Posted by: Mark | May 30, 2008 10:34 AM


Seriously. Don't add to this tacky spectacle. There are better ways to contribute.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 30, 2008 12:21 PM

Barack does NOT want a spectacle so don't show up to protest.

Maybe sign up people to vote but don't engage Hillary protesters, etc.

Posted by: Mark | May 30, 2008 10:34 AM


Seriously. Don't add to this tacky spectacle. There are better ways to contribute.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 30, 2008 12:22 PM

Barack does NOT want a spectacle so don't show up to protest.

Maybe sign up people to vote but don't engage Hillary protesters, etc.

Posted by: Mark | May 30, 2008 10:34 AM


Seriously. Don't do it, people. There are better ways to contribute.

Posted by: Anonymous | May 30, 2008 12:23 PM

How in the world can we as Americans continue to use the politics of personnel caricatures to decide whom to vote for? In this election cycle how can we decide to vote against someone because of their race (although most won't admit it), church membership (even if nothing in Senator Obama's life work or statements have shown him to believe or act upon the ramblings of a preacher) without realizing that membership is first a persons commitment to god and his/her community, so called experience (when in order to say Senator Obama lacks experience is to ignore his many years working for the causes of disadvantaged people in his community, his years of education, his personal and professional achievements etc.) and fear mongering? Prior to deciding whom you should vote please go to both democratic candidates web site and see for yourself how their plans for this country can and will help our country be a place where all Americans will benefit from having one of them as president. I support Barack Obama for President because I believe he will be the best person to lead this country. In the event that Hillary Clinton is chosen to be the democratic nominee I will vote for her but I will withdraw my long standing commitment to the Democratic Party. I will align myself with other independent minded americans to deliver the true change in politics that this country needs. I have based this decision on the fact that the DNC has rules in place to deal with the votes in Florida and Michigan. That prior to the votes in Florida and Michigan all were aware of their status. All were aware that the Delegate count was what mattered. To change this now is unfair. We have seen the results of what happens when a group of people change the rules to suit their desires (Bush and the War, The Supreme Court and Elections....). We cannot continue this type of politics if we are going to have a country that seeks the best for all of it's citizens.

Think Truth and Vote Your Interest.

Posted by: Kevin | May 30, 2008 12:28 PM

I agree completely with Boston...Hillary is divisive, a whiner and a liar. As a woman I find her to be a total diappointment. I do not want her representing me in any capacity. I can take the whinning but the outright lying in just ridiculous. This "march on" attitude is a ruse, it is not about the people, the party or the country, it is all about Hillary!

Posted by: tfsinyc | May 30, 2008 12:29 PM

The Obama supporters are out in force today spreading their lies, half-truths, and speculation all over the blogs! I can't believe that there are those who actually think Obama has a better plan for our economy compared to Clinton. And they say his supporters are better educated? You could have fooled me! All of us may have to suffer because newly registerd young college kids and African Americans could not see past age and color.
The lack of objectivity on the part of these two groups was enough to push him over the top. Amazing that someone who only points blame at those he believes are responsible for our nations ills, offers no solutions, makes no real committments to the American people, gives speeches that sound like a high school pep rally, plays dirty politics and then pretends he is above all that can actually become president. See you in 2012 after you grow some brains!

Posted by: Dave | May 30, 2008 1:07 PM

Dear Torun,
let me educate a fellow Bengali living in Hong Kong. There is no restriction against RETIRED military personnel voicing political opinions. Once they retire they go back to being civilians with the same rights as anyone else. Got it ?

Posted by: Neel Dasgupta | May 30, 2008 1:14 PM

A woman wrote this?
"I agree completely with Boston...Hillary is divisive, a whiner and a liar. As a woman I find her to be a total diappointment. I do not want her representing me in any capacity. I can take the whinning but the outright lying in just ridiculous. This "march on" attitude is a ruse, it is not about the people, the party or the country, it is all about Hillary!"

Hummmm?
I guess it is true, woman are always the most jelious of other woman. In case you have not been paying attention, Clinton is the only one who is talking solutions to our nations ills. Get past your jeliousy and help deliver a real president for the sake of your fellow Americans. Hillary 08'

Posted by: Dave | May 30, 2008 1:28 PM

Hey Dave-

"Clinton is the only one who is talking solutions to our nations ills."

Quit talking that propaganda BS- you know that statement is not true.

Posted by: bob | May 30, 2008 1:38 PM

Hey Bob. Its not BS, Just listen to Obama and McCain and Clinton starts sounding like more of a problem solver.

Posted by: Dave | May 30, 2008 1:45 PM

Florida and Michigan only became a cause for HRC when she needed them. She supported the penalties when they were imposed. HRC, now speaks out of both sides of her mouth. She wants to not count the voters who came and voted against her in caucus states but now cries about injustice to Florida and Michigan voters that she needs. Both states had lower turnouts and were only 2 of five states that had lower turnouts than republicans. Many thousands of people didn't show up after being told the results wouldn't count. Obama wasn't on the ballot in Michigan and yet, HRC is pushing to prevent any votes for Obama if Michigan is seated. Are we to believe that noone in Detroit, or the rest of the state supported Obama? This is why so many people hate the Clintons. Rules don't apply to them. Enough people hated them to have Congress turn from 6 decades of Democratic rule to Republican, during their administration. Enough is enough!

Posted by: RC Fillmore | May 30, 2008 2:22 PM

Hillary it's just about over, OVER

DENOUNCE HILLARY AND BILL AT THE POLL

Posted by: gluee | May 30, 2008 2:55 PM

Hillary do not know anything about the military
Hillary the general endorseing her, what ever happen to military hospital, Walter Reed Hospital, where our injured troops go to be taken care of, it's a disgrace, mildew, roof falling in, there was bucket on the floor to catch the rain water, what did Hillary and Bill do for our TROOPS, nothing

Hillary had to fight of fraud charges, where she lied, the McDougal went to prison
Vince Foster, Hillary lawyer died, she was seem as the clean up woman
Bill had to fight of DISRESPECTING WOMEN, with Ken Starr, as if that was not bad enough, Bill insult again, young intern, under the same roof, with lieing Hillary

Bill and Hillary disgrace the American people, they have no moral and ethical values, they also insult other nationality

Where is the CONSTITUTION????????
THE CLINTONS HAVE LOSS ALL RESPECT
VOTE NO FOR HILLARY


VOTE NO FOR HILLARY

Posted by: gluee | May 30, 2008 3:07 PM

Golly, gee whiz. I surely will take to heart opinions like those of gluee who must be a real representative of the "educated" Obama vote. Seriously, now, did you ever get exposed to the fine art of English, including spelling, proper grammar and usage? And I should listen to you?

Posted by: mimicoco2000 | May 30, 2008 4:52 PM

Desperate Obamaphiles. On the one hand, they've been claiming the nomination for months; on the other hand, if Clinton speaks a single word, they jump at her throat like a baying pack of starving dogs.

Whoever gets the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton, her family, her campaign staff, and her supporters will be fine.

But I do pity the desperate, rabid Obamaphiles no matter who wins.

Posted by: ichief | May 30, 2008 5:06 PM

I'm amazed at the vile partisanship WITHIN the Democratic party as demonstrated in these blogs. I'm sure that the vast majority of Democrats will be clear-headed and vote for the Democratic nominee whether it's Hillary or Barack. The villification that's going back and forth here is infantile and really sucks big time!

My personal choice is for Hillary, but, if in the likely event that Barack wins, I will have no problem supporting him. It's sort of like getting getting 80% of what I want instead of 85%. Especially when the alternative is McBomb-Iran, the difference between Barack and Hillary is really relatively minor.

So, don't shoot yourself in the foot. Whoever wins the Democratic nomination, it's essential that that canadidate has your support and wins the election. Four more years of Bush is the last thing America needs.

Posted by: Garrett | May 30, 2008 5:16 PM

Barack does NOT want a spectacle so don't show up to protest.

Three days ago David Axlerod was so proud that the BO people had moved so swiftly to announce and organize a counter protest to the protest. It didn't sit well so now BO wants people to show up and hold hands in solidarity. Right!

Posted by: RetCombatVet | May 30, 2008 5:27 PM

What does the party or Obama have to fear from Hillary Clinton if the nomination goes all the way to the convention? Is everyone afraid of her? It sure sounds like it with so many trying to stop her. Howard Dean wants to stop her, Nancy Pelosi wants to stop her, Harry Reid wants to stop her. Why all the panic. She is only one woman who simply wants her day at the convention. Why should she not have it? If she is all the bad things I see posted about her she will surely lose, won't she? Are all you people so afraid of her that you must stop her now so she will have no chance of upsetting your candidate? Many past nominations went to the convention floor before a decision was made. It is after all her right as a candidate to carry her argumant all the way to the convention floor if she wishes. Now I could easily see George W. Bush blocking a candidate like this, but then he is a dictator anyway, isn't he? Isn't this one of the reasons we want to get rid of him? Because he acts like he is King and not merely an elected President. Do the leaders of the Democratic Party see themselves as above the people in deciding this election before a candidate has a chance to make their case before the convention? It sure looks that way. Is that really what we the people want. Is that how Obama sees himself--as the king apparent in America,the dictator susccessor to George W. Bush and not merely a possible nominee president? If so heaven help us all!

Posted by: Chesterfield1 | May 30, 2008 6:22 PM

Let's all throw up & Fed-EX it to Nancy Pelosi, Harry Ried and Dean and for tomorrow's meeting on the delegates! How dare they tell us to get in line when republicans srewed the votes.

Another installment of what I am gonna call the Obama the Ulyimate Chicagi & Illinois Liar & Buffoon series:

obama told a Portland, Ore., crowd this month that Iran doesn't -pose a serious threat to us,- saying that 'tiny countries' with small defense budgets aren't much to worry about. But Iran has almost one-fourth the population of the U.S. and is well on its way to developing nuclear weapons.
The next day Mr. Obama had to reverse himself and declare he had 'made it clear for years that the threat from Iran is grave.

Obama has alot of surrogates who are doing the dirty work of race-baiting whites-anti woman/ Gays. I don't think I can live through 4 years of this nasty divisiveness that now Obama's people will throw at us vs. BUSH! Does anyone recollect a meaner campaign than the one Obama has been running? SLICK AND OBVIOUS BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER MY A#@!

His campaign has destroyed the image of Bill Clinton- the first re-elected Democrat President in 4 decades has now been shoved into the closet and his legacy more damaged than anything the Republicans did to him. And I feel very sorry for Hillary because of the cruelty and condescension heaped onto her by the crazed obamabots.

HARD. LEFT. HATE...Barack Obama + Michael Pfleger + Jeremiah Wright + Michelle Obama + Louis Farrakhan + HAMAS + Bill Ayers + Bernadine Dohrn + the New Black Panthers Party + MoveOn.org + Hugo Chavez + Odinga + Daily Kos + Larry Leggis + Michael Moore,+ Black Nationalist Movement + Bill Maher + the Weather Underground etc., etc. ,etc....... makes you sick!

Posted by: Tom | May 30, 2008 7:48 PM

Thanks to General Shelton for his endorsement of Hillary Clinton. We need more thoughtful people to try to make the public aware of Hillary's merits as president. Hillary has labored on the Senate Armed Services Committee to ensure that our military are well-prepared and armed to defend us, ever since she became a senator. Her opponent, Barack Obama, has had too little national experience for us to know where he stands on issues, except from his repetition of Hillary's answers during debates. Only in the USA can we have such an inexperienced person as Barack Obama ready to contend for the national leadership position. It is really worrisome. JFK had much more experience on the national scene than BO, and he made some horrible blunders in foreign policy, such as the Bay of Pigs fiasco. We have just suffered two terms of an inexperienced person named GW Bush; we don't need another!

Posted by: bjbprice | May 30, 2008 8:13 PM

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