Tuesday, January 29, 2008

More Kennedys for Hillary Clinton Than Barack Obama

Kennedys for Clinton

There are more members of the Kennedys Family supporting Hillary Clinton than Barack Obama.

"She stands for Democrats and for the nation," these family members say.
By Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Kerry Kennedy


January 29, 2008

This is a wonderful year for Democrats. Our party is blessed with the most impressive array of primary candidates in modern history. All would make superb presidents.

By now you may have read or heard that our cousin, Caroline Kennedy, and our uncle, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, have come out in favor of Sen. Barack Obama. We, however, are supporting Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton because we believe that she is the strongest candidate for our party and our country.

While talk of unity and compromise are inspiring to a nation wary of divisiveness, America stands at a historic crossroads where real issues divide our political landscapes. Democrats believe that America should not be torturing people, eavesdropping on our citizens or imprisoning them without habeas corpus or other constitutional rights. We should not be an imperial power. We need healthcare for all and a clean, safe environment.

The loftiest poetry will not solve these issues. We need a president willing to engage in a fistfight to safeguard and restore our national virtues.

We have worked with Hillary Clinton for 15 years (and in Kathleen's case, 25 years) and witnessed the power and depth of her convictions firsthand. We've seen her formidable work ethic, courage in the face of adversity and her dignity and clear head in crisis. We've also seen her two-fisted willingness to enter the brawl when America's principles are challenged. Her measured rhetoric, political savvy and pragmatism shield the heart of our nation's most determined and most democratic warrior.

She has been an uncompromising and loyal ally for each of us in our battles to protect the environment and to promote human rights around the world and juvenile justice in America. Hillary is a problem-solver, listening to people and then achieving solutions by changing attitudes.

Her transformational leadership was on display when she ran for the Senate seat in New York that had been held by our father, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. She faced rabid, heavily funded attacks from the far right and the challenge of prevailing in traditionally Republican upstate New York. Traveling with her, we watched admiringly as she persuasively articulated an inspiring and unifying vision rooted in American values and history. Then, through patience, hard work, leadership and political acumen, she transformed many of those rock-solid conservative counties into solid Democratic strongholds.

We look forward to working beside her in the general election as she uses those same talents to change once rigid opinions and political affiliations across the nation.

Like our father, Hillary has devoted her life to embracing and including those on the bottom rung of society's ladder -- giving voice to the alienated and disenfranchised and working to alleviate poverty and injustice, while urging that we cannot advance ourselves as a nation by leaving our poorer brothers and sisters behind.

She's been an equally effective champion for human rights and for women's rights, a worldwide cause that will profit enormously by her elevation to the presidency. She has worked for peace in Northern Ireland and fought to bridge religious, racial and ethnic divides from Bosnia to the Middle East to South Africa. She has shown a rare understanding that American values can only be exported by moral leadership, by a strong home economy and by a detailed understanding of the history and cultural backdrops of the nations we engage.

She understands, as our current administration does not, the uses of power. The world, she says, is hungry for U.S. leadership but will not accept our bullying. She knows the difference and will reestablish America's lost prestige and moral authority.

Hillary Clinton's political career has been centered in comforting the afflicted, afflicting the comfortable and reminding Americans what it means to be American. As a young lawyer, she focused on children's issues and legal aid. As first lady of Arkansas, she brought healthcare to rural areas and helped reform the state's lagging education system.

As first lady, she courageously took on healthcare reform. When a massive propaganda campaign by Big Pharma and the radical right derailed her efforts, she didn't give up. She helped create the nationally acclaimed Children's Health Insurance Program. That kind of persistence in pursuit of our highest ideals is the brand of leadership America now requires. Inspirational leadership comes in many forms.

Seldom has history confronted America with such daunting challenges: a catastrophic foreign policy that has cost us our international leadership and aggravated the threat of terror; a misbegotten war that is squandering precious American lives and treasure; a healthcare system that leaves millions of Americans without coverage; irresponsible corporate power that is corroding our democracy and outsourcing our jobs, aggravating global warming and other environmental crises and reducing our economy to shambles.

We need a leader who is battle-tested, resilient and sure-footed on the shifting landscapes of domestic and foreign policy. Hillary Clinton will move our country forward while promoting its noblest ideals.

N.B:
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is the former lieutenant governor of Maryland, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is an environmental advocate and Kerry Kennedy is a human rights activist.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Thank God We Won The Nevada Caucuses!

Dear Orikinla,

Have you heard? We just won the Democratic caucuses in Nevada. You have done so much to make winning moments like this possible. Thank you!

People across the country are placing their faith in our campaign, especially those hardest hit by the recent downturn in the economy. We can't let them down. We're working together to bring about change, and America is responding to our efforts.

Thanks so much for sharing this remarkable journey with me!

All the best,

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

God Bless New Hampshire for Voting for Hillary Clinton


Dear Orikinla,

You and I surprised a lot of people tonight!

In the days after Iowa, I turned to you and asked you to stand with me. When I needed you most, you came through with flying colors.

From the bottom of my heart, I thank you.

All the best,

Hillary Clinton

God Bless New Hampshire for Voting for Hillary Clinton

We thank the Almighty God who gave us victory in New Hampshire.

After Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton lost to Senator Barack Obama in the Iowa Caucuses, the legions of the anti-Clinton cult increased and swarmed the American mainstream news media to frustrate her and accelerate the momentum of the over-hyped Barack Obama into New Hampshire, to defeat Hillary Clinton again. But, I did not give up my support for her good cause. I continued my campaign for her victory on my blogs and websites and other sites.

I am learning many lessons of life from American politics. The lessons I know would be of immense benefit to my country, Nigeria, and me.

Before the polls, I went down on my knees to ask God for divine intervention to give her daughter Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton victory over her enemies and God answered my prayer. I did not wait for the results last night before going to bed. I woke up this morning and prayed as usual in my early morning devotion to God. After my prayers, I went to the main house to greet my younger sister Stella and her children and she greeted me with the good news that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has won the New Hampshire primary of the Democratic Party. The news was on Sky News and on the CNN. I was elated as I jumped up praising and thanking God for giving us this victory. I went down on my knees and lifted up my hands to thank God with tears of joy in my eyes.

To God be all the glory for our victory!
HillRaisers are jubilating all over America and the rest of the world.

I love you New Hampshire!
I thank you for voting for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.
I thank you for giving her the great lift to get her grove back!
I thank you for not losing faith in our hope for the restoration of the American Dream and for the great leadership of America in the world.
God bless New Hampshire!

God bless America!

N.B:
Do not give up your hope, no matter the negative forces or voices of opposition against you, because as long as you are still breathing, and looking ahead, you will make it.
Keep on doing your best for the common good of humanity and you will succeed.
Trust God always, because God answers prayers.

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Thursday, January 3, 2008

Iowans, Caucus For The One Who Can Overcome The Republicans in More States, Lest The War In Iraq Continues.


Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton

IOWANS, Caucus For The One Who Can Beat The Republicans In More States
Posted 1/3/2008 8:07 AM CST on Des Moines Register

Iowans, Caucus For The One Who Can Overcome The Republicans in More States, Lest The War In Iraq Continues.

Caucus only for the Democratic Presidential Candidate who is leading in the national polls.

Caucus on for the one who can withstand the attacks of the Republicans.
The One who has beaten them in New York.

The One they know will take away their female voters in all states in the US.
The One who met Rev.Martin Luther King.Jr in 1962 and is more committed to both civil rights and fundamental human rights.

The One who cares more for the welfare of American women and children.

Vote for Hillary Rodham Clinton for President.
A faithful wife, a diligent mother, and an intelligent leader who still cares for the aged, caring for her beloved mother till date.
She is the mirror of the American Woman.
Hardworking wife and mother and leader.
She is the flag bearer of American Women.

She has stood by her husband through the storms of life, and they triumphed, and she is ready to stand up for you in the leadership of America, for the restoration of the American Dream.

For the nation building of a New America, for a New Beginning, for a better and greater America.

Kindly, read the following report by MATT STEARNS.

McClatchy Newspapers
NEW HAVEN, Conn. --

All that Hillary Clinton would become -- all that inspires her allies and her enemies alike -- emerged during her years roaming the Gothic buildings of Yale Law School.

She helped edit a journal that included cartoon police-pigs and that published a self-aggrandizing essay by a Black Panther who had been convicted of murder. Yet she also helped calm a politically inflamed campus.

She nurtured an interest in using the law to aid the needy -- especially children -- that remains integral to her politics, but which opponents use to pummel her values.

She projected an intelligence that impressed many, but that could be cool and intimidating.
Charlotte.com


God bless you as you caucus for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, who can lead the Democrats all the way to Victory.
Vote for a Winner!

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Hillary Clinton: America is At a Crossroads




"Good evening. As we start this New Year, America is at a crossroads.

We're a nation at war in a dangerous world.

We have a faltering economy, an energy crisis and 47 million people without health care.

But after seven long years of this administration, we finally have the opportunity for a new beginning.

Tomorrow, you can take the first step.

After all the town meetings, the pie and coffee, it comes down to this: Who's ready to be president and ready to start solving the big challenges we face on day one?

And we can solve them.

We can end the era of cowboy diplomacy and bring our sons and daughters home from Iraq.

We can make a new beginning for our economy and rebuild our great middle class. We can reform our government and transform our energy future.

We can make a new beginning on health care: cut costs, improve quality and cover every American.

I'm not running for President to put Band-Aids on our problems. I'm running to solve them.

You've welcomed me into your hearts and your homes. And I thank you. The stories you've shared will always stay with me.

Parents juggling jobs to pay for college for their kids, soldiers' families praying for a safe return. All the men and women across this state who have whispered their health care problems to me: bills they can't pay, parents they can't afford to care for, insurance companies who refuse to help.

I know you've waited a long time for a president who could hear you and see you. I would like to be that president.

So I ask you to caucus for me tomorrow. Put on your coats and call up a friend and help me change America.

If you stand with me for one night, I will stand up for you every day as your
president.

I'll work my heart out to bring the country we love the new beginning it needs, and I will be ready to start on day one. Thank you.

I'm Hillary Clinton and I approved this message."

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