Clinton Accepts Job as Secretary of State

According to the The New York Times, Hillary Rodham Clinton has decided to give up her Senate seat and accept the position of secretary of state, making her the public face around the world for the administration of the man who beat her for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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  • by Bob Location: Tallahassee on Nov 23, 2008 at 06:15 PM
    BTW Anonymous from Perry. You make such great arguments about issues and facts relative to this subject, your credability is solid. LOL Can't you come up with anything more pertinate, other that personal insults? Because all that equates to argumentative flatulence. Nothing of substance, it just smells bad. If you think I'm the one who's been living in a hole, that is a great example of irony. You might need to look that up. Tell the truth, if the Republicans ran a turnip for president you would vote for it.
  • by Bob Location: Tallahassee on Nov 23, 2008 at 05:21 PM
    Yes, Mr Me I am amazing at parties. And I'm disappointed in everyone involved in sending our young beautiful children to war. And many Democrats did vote to fund this aggression. But at the time anyone who stood up for peace was labeled non patriotic. Bush has urinated on the constitution and has taken away some of our rights, insinuating that this was neccesary to keep us safe. He is a bully with a bad attitude. He has never made us safe. He has put the biggest target on our backs that we have ever had before. Our troops are heros, no doubt. And there are bad people out there who want to hurt us. That being said, the world is CHANGING and being a better neighbor instead of pushing OUR agenda at ALL costs is the way to the light. The GOP has failed us miserably, they fear change because the biggest "Good O'le Boy" network in the history of the world is outdated and won't be tollerated anymore!!! Thank God for that. And remember Hillary tried to fix healthcare 15 years ago.GOP.RIP.LOL
  • by BULL Location: FLORIDA on Nov 23, 2008 at 04:10 PM
    YEAH OLE HILLARY / OBAMA OR IS THAT BACKWARDS THEY GONNA SAVE US ALL. HOPE ALL OF YA'LL ARE RIGHT CAUSE I DONT WANNA HEAR A BUCH OF CRYING IN A FEW MONTHS. WHEN IT ALL GOES SOUTH BUT I CAN SAY I DIDNT VOTE FOR NEITHER ONE OF THEM. THEN I WILL BE LAUGHING AT YA CAUSE I HAVE LIVED THROUGH TOUGH TIME HOPE ALL IF YA'LL CAN.
  • by christine Location: Tallahassee on Nov 23, 2008 at 02:53 PM
    WHAT A UNION!!!!!!THE COUNTRY DID REALLY WELL IN THE CLINTON DAYS AS PRESIDENT AND I KNOW WE ARE GOING TO DO EVEN BETTER IN THE OBAMA DAYS AS PRESIDENT. NOW, WE HAVE TO GREAT AMBASSADORS UNITED TOGETHER TO BRING THIS COUNTRY BACK TO THE STABDARD IN WHICH WE NEED TO BE!!!!!AMERCIAN THE BRAVE AND THE LAND OF THE FREE! WE ARE THE PEOPLE THAT LIVE UP TO A PLACE OF DIGNITY SO MUCH, UNTIL FOREIGNERS WERE LOSING THEIR LIVES TO GET ACROSS HERE. LET'S GET BACK TO THE PLACE WE BELONG. GO OBAMA AND CLINTON LEAD US TO A POSITION OF CHANGE!!!!! NO MORE LIES AND MESS MAKING FORM THE BUSH'S CAMPAIGN. THE GAS HAS BEGUN TO START TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE,SINCE OBAMA WON! THERE WILL BE MORE JOBS AND LESS WELFARE FOR THE PEOPLE! I BELIEVE IN THIS OBAMA CAMPAIGN! GO! GO! GO! GO!
  • by Dixie Outlaw on Nov 23, 2008 at 02:23 PM
    That boy had to put people in there to run this country. HE CAN'T!
  • by Anonymous Location: Perry on Nov 23, 2008 at 12:08 PM
    To agree: If you want to make "since", try spelling it in the correct form(sense). FYI from someone that has a little bit. Maybe you have been in the same hole as Bob.
  • by notadummy Location: Ga on Nov 23, 2008 at 07:02 AM
    Look at what we have in that position now. A woman who ignored the memo that told her about Arab terrorists using airliners as weapons. A National Security Advisor who absolutely failed in that job got promoted to SecState. The Peter Principle at work. Maybe Hillary can do better than that.
  • by stunned disbelief on Nov 23, 2008 at 03:33 AM
    sadly, the days of "great people in history"" have been bred out of our collective gene pool. our children, are taught there's an excuse for every wrong doing, you just have to make one up. our publc figures, when caught, go to rehab rather than jail, while poor youth go to jail, our children are now disposable, if you're tired of them, drop them off or just kill them. people would rather protest than be proactive, our pride of country is gone with our elder generation and we could actually be living in the generation that sees the fall of this great country. at this point, unless we can come together as one, it won't matter who's in charge.
  • by Agree on Nov 22, 2008 at 02:56 PM
    Bob if I was near you I would shake your hand. For everyone who's bashing Bob's comment...you are really not making any since. I read your blobs a fews times and cant make anything out of them. Remember: All the "fallin solders", 450 per gallon gas prices, foreclosures, 9/11, etc. We are worried about who is in someone's skirt? Whew!
  • by BRS Location: FL on Nov 22, 2008 at 02:27 PM
    For all you slamming and bashing Obama and the Clintons if you think you could help the Americans out of the mess Bush got started then why is it no one saw your name on the ballots for president. Get a life or get an education and run for president see what the hell you can do for this country
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