Pro-criminalization website doesn't heart Hillary, despite the cash

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Hillpac money

is interesting to follow. Her early "seed" money in primary races, hers goes to the conservative candidates. Salazar for one. And obviously her money is signal for other money to gather.

Frankly I am starting to think Hillary dials Dobson too. Hell Tony Perkins as well. Who knows. The ''one party'' is The National Prayer Breakfast Party with Bono as party favor.

That is why I usually call her ''Hillpac''.

But then I cannot stand either Clinton... and if they ever send Jenna and Barbara to Iraq, please send Chelsea as well. Goose / gander.

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Posted by Marisacat on 4 February 2006 - 11:56am
Pro-choice Republican candidate

Mediagirl,

You've written about me before, and I urge your readers to check out an interview that Jane conducted with me at http://www.aboveavgjane.blogspot.com/.

I am pro-choice (always have been, always will be), pro-gay marriage, pro-drug decriminalization, pro-embryonic stem cell research and pro-gun control. My views are all on my Website.

I intend to give Rick Santorum a run for the money in *his* party.

John Featherman

Republican Candidate, US Senate-PA

www.featherman.com

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Posted by John Featherman (not verified) on 4 February 2006 - 4:29pm
This COULD be interesting

...but how will you stay faithful? Politicians on BOTH sides of the ailse say anything to get voters into bed... but ditch them once they are elected. As tempting as this sound I cannot see how ANY Republican can buck their party's status quo. Your party is hijacked by fundamentalist and that is where they are not onhly pushing the party but the whole country.

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Posted by postdated (not verified) on 4 February 2006 - 5:45pm
what kind of party is hilpac building?

the kind of party that aquires power for hil.

hil's the worst kind of opportunist. the ends justify the means for that woman.

and hey, are there any pro-choice democrats left?

nothing but anti-choice dems these days.

oh, and chickenshit dems. like those senators led by that fuctard, harry reid.

well, dont bother counting my vote, boyos.

i'm sitting the next two elections out.

democrats can go pound sand.

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Posted by bayprairie on 4 February 2006 - 8:17pm
To Anon and Bayprairie,

Anon: I am pro-choice, and I have a long history of having that as my number one political issue. Visit my Website. Check out my views. Google me, and find out my personal story. You can rest assured my views will not change when I get into office.

Bayprairie: Please don't sit out any elections. I agree with you that Harry Reid and Bob Casey don't hold socially liberal views, and it's sad when parties back the wrong candidates simply to build a party. A party that stands for nothing is worthless. What I'd encourage you to do, Bayprairie, is to either cause change from within the party, or leave the party and influence things in the Republican Party (as I am), the Green Party, the Libertarian Party, or just become an independent. But please don't drop out. You have great views. Don't be afraid to rock the boat. Make your vote count even if you write in NOTA -- none of the above.

John Featherman

Republican Candidate, US Senate-PA

www.featherman.com

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Posted by John Featherman (not verified) on 5 February 2006 - 2:41pm