Secretary Clinton: "Tomorrow Gets Better"

  • hartfan

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    Oct 20, 2010 5:34 PM GMT


    Kudos to Secretary Clinton.

    Now here's what I want to know: where is President Obama on this? Even if he's trying not to antagonize any group of Americans to foster political goodwill for governing on important issues, even if he's intent on making empty promises he can't fulfill, how can he not speak out about this? When will we finally have a President who will actually stand up and be the leader?

    (Please keep personal attacks and blanket statements away and not let this thread devolve into a political discussion of liberal/conservative, Democrat/Republican, left/right etc. This is a bigger and more important issue than deserves incessant political squabbling that gets nowhere.)
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    Oct 20, 2010 5:36 PM GMT
    Since when has Gay Rights not be an important issue and needs to be avoided so O doesnt antagonize others. FTS!

    O is a homophobic jackass! ... Hillary in 2012!
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    Oct 20, 2010 10:51 PM GMT
    Caslon16000 saidSince when has Gay Rights not be an important issue and needs to be avoided so O doesnt antagonize others. FTS!

    O is a homophobic jackass! ... Hillary in 2012!


    Because of this, I'd actually vote for her over Obama.
    But she won't run till 2016
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    Oct 20, 2010 10:57 PM GMT
    While there's no question that Obama is better than any Republican, Hilary would've been SUCH a better president in my opinion.
  • LJay

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    Oct 20, 2010 11:42 PM GMT
    I heard this on the radio this afternoon. I am impressed. She came over as genuine, honest, and sincerely concerned. Good job, Madame Secretary!

    And for those of you who take this as a chance to criticize Obama, how is it you are so naive as to think that he is not quietly, and diplomatically, behind it? It would not be the firsttime the Secretary of State has spoken in a way to take the spotlight off the President.