Sunday, July 6, 2008

Did Karl Rove use Barak Obama to Take Out Hillary Clinton?

Original Link:

“Evidence of a covert campaign to undermine the presidential
primaries is rife, so it’s curious that many within both the
Democratic and Republican parties have ignored the actual elephant in
the room this year. That would be Karl Rove, the G.O.P.’s longtime
political strategist. Accused of rigging the two previous
presidential elections, this master of deceit would have us believe
he’s gone off to sit in a corner and write op-eds.

Not so. According to an article in Time magazine last November,
Republicans were organized in several states to throw their weight
behind frontrunner Senator Hillary Clinton’s principle rival for the
Democratic nomination, Senator Barack Obama. While Rove’s name isn’t
mentioned in the story, several former fundraisers and strategists
for President Bush are identified. With the help of Wall Street
investment firms, these gentlemen helped flush Obama’s coffers with
cash early on in the race, something the conservative deep pockets
had not done for any candidate in their own party. With receipts
topping $100 million in 2007, the freshman senator achieved a
remarkable feat, given he only first appeared on the national scene
in 2004. In fact, the vast majority of Americans did not even hear of
him until 2006.”

http://www.thecitye Pages/Archive/ Winter08/ 2008Election. html

In light of this, it is absolutely urgent that Hillary Clinton is our
Democratic nominee! Send this article to every Super Delegate in your
state and to everyone you know!

"Former presidents are supposed to be above politics, but Bill Clinton couldn't be above it in this campaign since his wife was a candidate for president," Schneider said. "But he was seen as too political. Democrats thought it was appropriate for him to support his wife but not appropriate to get overly critical of Obama."

So can Clinton, who left office eight years ago with approval ratings well over 60 percent, repair his image with most Americans?

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