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Obama, Clinton plan first joint appearence June 26 in Washington.

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Hat tip to Michael Saul of the New York Daily News for the scoop that Clinton and Obama will be together for the first time since she quit the race--at a fund-raising prospecting event in Washington. LINK

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A VERY SPECIAL DAY, PUT IT ON YOUR CALENDAR!
THE DEMOCRATS HAVE COME TOGETHER!
HILLARY IS INVESTIGATING HALLIBURTON, THAT WILL BE A BIGTIME
INVESTIGATION!
TO ALL YOU DOUBTING THOMAS'S, HILLARY AND BARACK ARE ON THE SAME
PAGE, THE WINNING PAGE OF THIS SPECIAL CHAPTER IN HISTORY!
THE DEMOCRATS WILL RAIN AND REIGN ON MCCAIN!

I chose Barack Obama over Hillary Clinton, because, he is Barack Obama, and not Barack O’Clinton. There are similar and competing ideologies; but to meld the Obama camp and the Hillary camp into a competitive party to take to Denver, therein lies the rub. It cannot be done. Politics makes strange bedfellows, but some things don’t mix. Hillary Clinton is well on her way to becoming a billionaire. She can drop $22.5-million and still have money to burn. Does Hillary Clinton worry about the price of gasoline? Is she concerned about the cost of groceries? Does Hillary lose sleep over retirement? Where are all the people who say hooking up with the Clintons was such a good idea? Hillary Clinton is the most powerful politician on the planet. Do you feel lucky? Well, do you: http://theseedsof9-11.com

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