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Chelsea Clinton visiting Brazil

Sunday, May 4, 2008

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With only one day to go before the Indiana Primary, both Democratic presidential candidates are pulling out all the stops.

And Brazil will be paid a visit by a former First Daughter Monday.

Chelsea Clinton will make a stop in Brazil today to campaign for her mother, Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY).

Chelsea Clinton will campaign for her mother at Brazil City Hall beginning at 12:45 p.m. today along with Brazil Mayor Ann Bradshaw and Miss Indiana Brittany Mason.

The three will be part of the "Our Economy, Our Future" Clinton camp event.

Hillary Clinton has already made two campaign stops in the Wabash Valley, coming to Terre Haute twice.

She was at the Saratoga Restaurant in March and visited Terre Haute South last week.

Her husband, former President Bill Clinton, has also visited the Wabash Valley during the campaign, making stops in Vincennes, Clinton and Putnamville.

Clinton's opponent, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) was at Terre Haute North earlier in April.

Monday's event in Brazil is only the first of four stops Chelsea Clinton will make in Indiana prior to Tuesday's primary.

She will also campaign in Indianapolis, Goshen and Notre Dame.

The Clinton campaign announced Sunday that Hillary will be in Indianapolis Tuesday evening, attending an election night event in the Egyptian Room at the Murat Centre.

Along with Indiana, North Carolina also will conduct its primary Tuesday.


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Hillary is LYING AGAIN!!

Campaign Tale-Jobs outsourcing

ABC News on Clinton on Magnequench's move to China

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xR8BCkZY...

ABC says Hillary has holes in her story.

Magnequench was sold under Bill Clinton's administration, not Bush's.

-- Posted by MelNewsHound on Mon, May 5, 2008, at 12:14 AM

Hillary Clinton on Working-Class Southerners, circa 1995: "Screw 'em" (from ABC News' Jake Tapper)

To Bill Clinton:

"'Screw 'em,' she said, 'you don't owe them a thing, Bill, they're doing nothing for you.' Bill rose to their defense, 'as if rehearsing an old but honorable debate he had been having with his wife for decades,'" as one attendee recalled.

"'I know these boys,' Bill said. 'I grew up with them. Hardworking poor white boys who feel left out.' He pointed out that liberal reforms had often 'come at their expense' and that the Democrats had to 'find a way to include these boys in our programs.' Hillary had no rejoinder, but during cocktails after the seminar she stood apart, 'opaque and unsmiling.'"

The comment obviously takes on added meaning in light of the controversy over recent remarks by Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, about small-town Pennsylvanians and Sen. Hillary Rodham Mellencamp's new posturing on the subject.

-- Posted by MelNewsHound on Mon, May 5, 2008, at 12:15 AM

Hillary or Barack (if elected) will be working to change a part of our Constitutional Rights.

The Second Amendment is a thorn in their side that will fester until they have it removed.

If you don't mind them changing our fought over rights then go ahead and vote for either one of them.

If the Second Amendment goes will others be far behind?

It's your choice folks!

-- Posted by BowlingGreenGuy on Mon, May 5, 2008, at 2:57 PM

I'm with you on that BowlingGreenGuy!!

-- Posted by timetomoveon on Fri, May 9, 2008, at 1:49 PM


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