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Supporters of Hillary Clinton: “Help Hillary make history!”
Supporters of Barack Obama: “Help make Hillary history!”
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Tags: 2008 elections, Barack Obama, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, primaries
This is superb, or as in namma baaashai, Sooperma!
As is the name of your blog.
hey dude – not sure if you remember me still… good post
Nice one !
I support the second line. No doubt about that
Am a very keen follower of American politics and its been nice following the nomination race through your blog….and from what I’ve observed, it looks like you are clearly sold on the “Lets change the world” rhetoric from Obama…
Though I’d personally give anything to see that woman defeated, I dont think Obama has it in him…And even if he does secure the dem nomination, he cant beat McCain…Obama is all talk, a la Sarkozy, and when push comes to shove, Americans will go for the known devil than try an unknown angel…Fingers crossed !!
@Raji, Shrinivas: Thanks!
@KN: Quizzer annE, ungaLa marakka mudiyuma?
@Krishna: I came up with that line accidentally when I was scrolling through some blog and it had a Google ad for Clinton. It occurred to me that a parallax error isn’t bad after all.
@Jupe: Thanks! Here’s my take on Obama. Politicians the world over are almost always “just talk” and no action. So the threshold for a politician’s actions should be kept as limited. One might ask “What has Bush achieved?” or “What has Clinton achieved?” In a country where market forces as so strong as to negate almost any political action, Hillary Clinton and John McCain offer me nothing other than divisive politics. Obama wants to be a uniter which wins him my vote (if I had one).
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I also feel Hillary will scrape through come what may… Obama is just thrash talk and Hillary is just a lame duck… McCain has a good record and he rocks!!! The war needs to be ended correctly and not so suddenly as the Dems promise… Go McCain!!1