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Hillary Hellacious: Watch Hillary and Then Take a Bath

Update: Fearing a divisive Democratic primary caused by Clinton dirty tricks, . Sounds good, Hillary and Co. have been brushed back, and they know if they pull that sorry crap again, they will pay for it. Maybe that will be the end of the whispering from Democratic Clinton surrogates of Muslim, drugs, Iraq appeaser, and the other base politicking. At least one sees what to expect from the Republicans. Just when she got out, she pulled her back in.

That&;s back into the self-serving, pernicious muck of the political lie, the cesspool where Hillary Clinton thrives.

Hillary&;s attacks on Barack Obama on ">Meet the Press this morning show again that absent misogyny and right-wing irrationality, the tragic Hillary apparently wishes to return to her sphere as the object of scorn, retaining her sad commitment to disingenuous assaults that has earned her the loathing of many hues of the American political spectrum.

Her presidential ambitions threatened by Obama, Hillary attacks Obama on civil rights, the Iraq War, and his character in an unrelenting display of negativity.

Transcripts and video should be up at at ">Meet the Press at 1:00 pm, ET.

Watch and read Hillary, and then take a bath. Obama&;s Statement on Hillary&;s Meet the Press Attack What we saw this morning is why the American people are tired of Washington politicians and the games they play. But Senator Clinton made an unfortunate remark, an ill advised remark, about King and Lyndon Johnson. I didn’t make the statement. I haven’t remarked on it and she I think offended some folks who felt that somehow diminished King’s role in bringing about the Civil Rights Act. She is free to explain that, but the notion that somehow this is our doing is ludicrous.
I have to point out that instead of telling the American people about her positive vision for America, Senator Clinton spent an hour talking about me and my record in a way that was flat out wrong. She suggested that I didn’t clearly and unambiguously oppose the war in Iraq when it is absolutely clear and anyone who has followed this knows that I did. I stood up against the war when she was voting for it, at a time when she didn’t read the intelligence reports or give diplomacy a chance. She belittled the most sweeping ethics reform since Watergate despite the fact that she stood on the sidelines during that negotiations on that bill.
I have to say that she started this campaign saying that she wanted to make history and lately she has been spending a lot of time rewriting it. I know that in Washington it is acceptable to say or do anything it takes to get elected but I really don’t think that is the kind of politics that is good for our party and I don’t think it is good for our country and I think that the American people will reject it in this election.What I want to do is spend talking about how we are going to make sure that people who are losing their jobs get work. How are we going to make sure that our young people are going to afford college? How are we going to make sure that the sub-prime lending crisis does not lead to an all out recession? How are we going to create the kind of foreign policy that allows us to bring our troops home and makes us safer and goes after a genuine terrorist threat? Those are the issues that we are going to spend time talking about in this campaign and if Senator Clinton wants to be distracted by the sorts of political point scoring that was evident today then that is going to be her prerogative.


January 13, 2008 - 11:00am