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Subject HILLARY CLINTON: Here She Goes Again! What a PHONY.
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Original Message Just ANOTHER example of how the lines between so called "liberals and conservatives" is a bullshit illusion:

I mean, read the first paragraph. She wants a bill to ban flag burning, but NOT a constitutional ammendment (which as a lawyer she KNOWS would never survive the ammendment process), which bascially means the bill is nothing more than some bullshit side show to make her more palatable for a White House Run.

She´s interested in protecting america from Playstation 2, she´s interested in protecting inanimate flags from matches, she is NOT interested in ending the phoney war.


Sponsors Anti-Flag Burning Bill

December 05, 2005

Senator Hillary Clinton is supporting a bill that would ban flag burning, but she is opposed to a constitutional ban on the act.

Clinton is co-sponsoring a bill that would make it a crime to destroy a flag on federal property, intimidate anyone by burning a flag or burning someone else´s flag.

A spokesperson for the Senator says Clinton supports making flag burning a crime, but is hesitant to amend the Constitution.

Clinton´s move to co-sponsor the bill is seen by many observers as an apparent attempt to win over conservative voters as she preps for a possible run for the White House in 2008.

Meanwhile, Clinton is in the middle of a six-state campaign swing aimed at raising money for her Senate re-election and possibly raising support for a potential run for the White House.

Clinton headlined a fundraiser for the Kentucky State Democratic Party in Louisville Friday night, where turnout exceeded expectations.

The ballroom at the convention center was filled to capacity, helping Clinton raise $600,000 for the party.

Kentucky is a solidly Republican state which George W. Bush easily won last year.

But Clinton supporters were buzzing about the possibility of a Clinton run in 2008.

"We´re a border state and have been a red state, but I think we´re really fed up with what´s going on in Washington and we´re ready for a candidate who will really run and really fight for the people," one supporter said.

"Do you want her to run for president? I would love her to run," said another. "I´ve never worked for a campaign in my life but I would work for her."

Clinton is also making stops in Chicago, Denver, Michigan and New Jersey.

She ends her tour in New York with a party in Manhattan on December 13.
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