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Hillary asks What does Hillary want? The 18 million people who voted for her to be "respected."

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Speech ongoing in New York now.

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IF SHE CONTINUES WITH THIS TYPE OF ATTITUDE AND LACK OF HUMILITY
SHE IS ON THE ROAD TO POLITICAL DESTRUCTION!
SHE WAS VERY DISRESPECTFUL TO BARACK OBAMA AND HIS FAMILY!
I CANNOT SAY THE SAME FOR BARACK OBAMA!
HER TONE WAS TERRIBLE!
THREE SPEECHES LAST NIGHT, ONE BORING, ONE POOR ON TONE AND
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, AND ONE FULL OF ENERGY AND RIGHT ON THE MONEY!

"I cannot say the same for Barack Obama" You're right Phil. Barack Obama was never disrespectful to Clinton or her family. He remained above the fray and set his sights a little higher. Obama demeaned an entire GENDER.
"Hold on a second, SWEETIE."
How's that rate? His tone seemed full of energy. Obama was right on the money. Misogyny is an acceptable practice in America. Just ask Chris Matthews, Keith Olberman, Randi Rhodes, Donna Brazille, or any other Obamamaniac.

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