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Should Obama Help Pay Off Clitons $20 Million Debt?

I personnel think Obama should not help fund her debt, since she was defiant and wanted to continue the race she should pay the bill from the $100 Million her and her husband have raised since living the white house.

I as a donor will stop contributing to Obama camp if he assisted her in any way to pay off the debt.

What do you guys think?

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help for what nah him send am?

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The problem here is, many became who they are today because of the leadership of Bill Clinton.

Therefore, it becomes very difficult to go against your bread and butter <the same way Gbenga Daniels can never go against OBJ>.

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Without Hillary, Obama can just go ahead and kiss PA, FL, MI, West VA, NY, NJ, TX and many many more big states good bye.

Sorry guys, but I see another Al Gore in action (win the majority votes, but can't win the critical states); and that is the same as big zero at the end of the day.

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I still don't understand some black people in this country. Can someone please explain to me why they cant just stand up for what is right?

http://www.blackamericaweb.com/site.aspx/bawnews/movingamerica08/cbcclintonsupporters513

I was shocked to see someone like Mayor Naggin Ray of New Orleans just now switching to Obama. What message are they sending to their constituencies?

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MAMAJAMA:

Also keep in mind that everyone is very attractive till they are placed underneath the microscope.

Do not be fooled, time is already against Obama. At this point, it is more sensible for him to rather sleep with the crazy woman he already knows.

Furthermore, my man, this is exactly how the republicans want us to see things.They do not want to see the combo of the dream team; they know for a fact that this combo would disable the republican party for the next 16 years.

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I agree with you but when you talk of change and bringing the country and the parties together Haggle will be of more value to him than Hillary.

Not only is he respected among Republicans, but that will help Obama win some of the red states that will never vote for a democratic candidate and not to even think of a blackman

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Yes, he (Obama) stands for "CHANGE", and keep in mind that Hillary as his running mate doesn't affect his stance. As the number one man the slogan (CHANGE) remains; Hillary as the first female VP also means "CHANGE".

I'm sorry MAMAJAMA: the rednecks know nothing about moving forward when it comes to a blackman. I wonder why they haven't moved forward and leave OJ alone after 10 years.

Also keep in mind that, it's not about the level of your intelligence or the content of your proposal, it's all about the state of mind of Americans. This state of mind is very fragile, unpredictable, sensitive, and mostly gullible.

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Been a 1st lady does not equal experience. How many post or foreign policy experience does she has in comparison to Chuck Haggle? or other potential candidates that are out there?

She is outstanding but her integrity and honesty is at question. The GOP will have a field day with her when it comes to honesty and taking money from the lobbyist

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Clinton comes with too many baggage that goes against Obama Slogan of Change. We need someone that will be positive, honest and trustworth

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Dude do you think this people just became a governor over night? Look up their accomplishments online and you will see why they were both elected as governor.

Beside Chuck Haggle is one of the most respected GOP candidates in America today. May will remember him for criticizing bush on his foreign police and beside he is a war VET that will booster OBama’s foreign policy

http://www.governor.ks.gov/about/bio.htm

http://www.michigan.gov/gov/0,1607,7-168--57920--,00.html

http://hagel.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Home.Home

BigB1 if you know anything about Americans, you will know that they are very forgiving and are always ready to move on. If Obama picks another dynamic, charismatic white female governor, people will forget about Clinton in a second

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Obama has his own problems and helping Hilary is not on the top of the list. However since this practice has been put in place where the losing candidate is helped by the winning then he might help her, or his supporters will.

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Good point!

But now I have couple of questions for you:

1. Apart from what is in the book, do you know anything else about Kansas governor Kathleen Sebelius or Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm or Chuck haggle?

2. Could you guarantee us that these entities do not have any unknown bones in their closets?

3. Do you know anything about their various pastors?

4. Do you think Obama at this point needs another political propaganda surprise?

My man, Obama doesn't have time for a new discovery, a new kid on the block or a last minute surprise. He needs a tough, dirty, competent, famous fighter as his running mate.

Personally, I still think Hillary is much more attractive than all these folks you've listed.

Hillary needs no introduction; her dirty and clean sides have already been exposed. She is perfect for this role.

Obama can no longer afford to drop the ball again; he's better off picking a crazy woman he and the public already know. 

Furthermore, Hillary's Unique attitude (craziness and aggressiveness) could also be a priceless asset to Obama's admin or camp.

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I agree with uniting the party, but I seriously don’t think Obama needs Clinton as much as the press is presuming. She signify destruction, deception and “do anything to Win”

Obama can do just fine with another white feisty female like Kansas governor Kathleen Sebelius from Ohio. Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm or even Chuck haggle that is retiring from the GOP

She incurred the debt and she should pay up.

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Obama as a leader trying to accomplish a major goal, tit for tat should be the last thing on his mind. Discovering an effective and efficient strategy to win the election in November should be his main target.

Therefore, I say if it is feasible, I think Obama should go ahead and pay off the debt with a systematical condition that would bring Hillary and her supporters to his camp.

There is no need to prolong this process negatively any longer; afterall both of them belong to the same party.

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By helping her, It would be very easy to re-unite the party.

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