April 8, 2008

"Could it be? Might she really be talking to me?"

Ruth Anne watches a Hillary commercial.


LarsPorsena said...

Nah!! She was talking to me since I work in Winston-Salem during the week and live in Fayetteville.

I'm flattered but am not taking up her offer.

LutherM said...

In the words of Oliver Cromwell, "You have sat here too long for any good you have been doing lately ...
Depart, I say; and let us be done with you. In the name of God, go! "

Middle Class Guy said...
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Middle Class Guy said...

To paraphrase George S. Patton; John Edwards, you magnificent bastard, I read your book.

Hillary is taking pages out of Edwards campaign book- remember those bridges he kept finding with all the homeless.

People actually believe that she talks to all these troubled people? I guess she really thinks that the average American is intellectually sub par. She meets and talks to people everywhere and every single one of them has a problem that government, especially hers, can solve?

The woman is shameless.

Ruth Anne Adams said...
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former law student said...

Hey! I lived in Fayetteville! I served at Fort Bragg! I work in Winston-Salem!

Obviously HRC has no love for those Charlotte and Research Triangle elitists, so they should vote for Barry O'.

Ralph said...

Lars, that's a long commute, even once a week.

Saw that ad tonight, and my first Obama ad 10 minutes later. She's certainly worked to take the harsh edge off her voice.

Unaffiliated voters can vote for either party's candidates in the NC primary, I discovered yesterday.

Ralph said...

so they should vote for Barry O
They already were, ergo, no love from Hillary. NPR said Michelle made three appearances here Tuesday.