Artorius Castus

The woman behind the candidate

Posted in Uncategorized by Patrick Truax on December 19, 2007

By Kevin Friedl and Jessica Taylor

updated 6:56 a.m. CT, Tues., Dec. 18, 2007
WASHINGTON – In a final push of statewide campaigning before Christmas, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton began barnstorming all 99 counties in Iowa on Sunday, the same day she received the coveted endorsement of the Des Moines Register. As part of her effort to reintroduce herself to early primary voters who may have started to reconsider their support for her, Clinton also launched an ad blitz in Iowa and New Hampshire highlighting her softer, more caring side.

Following the leads of fellow candidates John McCain (R) and John Edwards (D), Clinton is employing one of her parents to underline a particular aspect of her personality. On Friday, her campaign released a TV ad featuring her mother, Dorothy Rodham, who praises her daughter’s empathy and good character, noting how those traits have led her to continue “helping other women.” The ad shows Clinton and her mother together in the kitchen and mentions that “Hillary’s mom lives with her.”

*Snort* Hillary is about as likeable as Tarantula, her softer, caring side was revealed when she told Chelsea to straighten up or she would wind up like that person, pointing at the US Secret Service agent who swore an oath to take a bullet for Her Heinous..

See MSNBC carry the water for the Clintons here…

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  1. Patrick Truax said, on December 19, 2007 at 4:12 pm

    You can put all the lipstick on it you want, its still a damn pig..


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