Backing Up George W. Bush Was Not Change, Senator ClintonSenator Hillary Clinton, desperate amid news that Barack Obama has taken on a double-digit lead in opinion polls just as New Hampshire is preparing to go to the voting booth in this year's presidential primary there, has started to lash out against Obama. The odd thing is that, even in lashing out against Obama, she is trying to copy him as well. Now, all of a sudden, after claiming to represent the Democratic Party establishment, and founding her presidential campaign upon the past presidency of her husband, Hillary Clinton is claiming that she will be an agent of change if elected President. Attacking both Obama and John Edwards, Hillary Clinton declared, "It is about how we bring about change by making sure we nominate and elect a doer and not a talker, that we begin to separate out rhetoric from reality." Okay, Senator Clinton. Let's talk about reality and rhetoric. When George W. Bush came to Congress and demanded authorization to go to war in Iraq, who tried to change the rush to war? Was it you, Hillary Clinton? No. You, Senator Clinton, voted to cave in and give George W. Bush what he wanted. It was Barack Obama who was the agent of change, speaking out against the coming war, asking Democrats like you to show some backbone. When it comes to change, Hillary Clinton, you're a talker, not a doer. You can't convince people that you're a reformer who will stand up to the Republicans just by dropping the word "change" into your speeches in every other sentence. The American people have been too busy watching what you actually do.
Sarah Palin says Barack Obama can't be President because he once worked as a community organizer to help out of work people find jobs and get on their feet in Chicago. Yes, it's nonsense - but the Republicans don't understand that.
So, this t-shirt speaks to evangelical Republicans in their own language, so that they can't possibly misunderstand: Jesus was a community organizer. Pontius Pilate was a governor - like Sarah Palin.
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Most members of the Democratic Party in America are pretty disappointing, aren't they? It's about time we elected some Kick-Ass Democrats!
Take a look at history in the stark light of the morning, and you'll see it's the Democrats who stick up for the working people of Montana. That's why you declare you're a Montana Democrat!
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