Clinton: Helping Haiti, Voting for Coakley 'Two sides of the same coin'

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Update! Watch the horror on Obama's face.



The battle to keep Republicans out of Massachusetts is getting dirtier and dirtier

Washington Examiner- "Somebody asked me today, 'Well, why are you going to this political rally?... And I said to them, this is just two sides of the same coin. You have to bear with me. I have friends killed there. I've worked with this country for 35 years. Hillary and I had a good cry on the phone because the cathedral that we sat in the pews 35 years ago was totally destroyed.

But it reminds you all over again of the importance of good governance. Now, good governance would not have prevented this earthquake, but if we'd had decades of it, there would have been different buildings there, and less deforestation, and a sustainable economy. I mean, the whole thing would be different. So what I want to say to you is, I'm here today because I believe in Martha Coakley."

Yes, Bill Clinton skipped out of helping Haiti so he could prevent a Republican from causing a massive earthquake that kills thousands of people.

Brown will file a criminal complaint for Democrats' ad that claims he will deny rape victims access to hospitals. Brown filed charges against the SEIU in December.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Coakley is relentless, that is, unless you're a child rapist in which case she'll do nothing.

TKZ said...

Tomorrow will be a crazy day, but hopefully Brown will prevail!!

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