Friday, January 26, 2007

Hillary Clinton takes the Global warming seriously

Hillary Clinton speaking about her concerns about global warming

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Hillary Clinton talks on gay marriage

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton told a group of gay elected officials she would support a gay marriage law in New York if a future governor and legislature chose to enact one, according to three participants at the meeting.

Mrs. Clinton listened and spoke for more than an hour with the three-dozen officials from New York, as they sat down — by coincidence — a couple of hours after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that gay couples were entitled to the same legal rights and financial benefits as heterosexual couples.

Some gay officials have been disappointed with her opposition to gay marriage (though she supports civil unions), but they said it was a warm, constructive meeting.

They said that Mrs. Clinton admitted to publicly supporting the federal Defense of Marriage Act as a strategic decision to help derail a constitutional amendment that banned gay marriage. And they said she supported the thrust of the New Jersey court ruling because she believes that states and legislatures should decide the issue of gay marriage, not the courts or the federal government.

She also said that it wasn’t fair that the gay partner of a late congressman from Massachusetts, Gerry Studds, wasn’t receiving his benefits.

The meeting was purportedly closed to the media, but those involved agreed to invite select reporters from the city’s gay press and allow them to cover the event. Some members of the New York media consider this a breach of protocol for coverage of private, newsworthy events involving a United States senator. Events are usually open to all reporters, or closed to all reporters, unless a reporter is given special access for a profile of Hillary or such — i.e., not this kind of thing.

Hillary Clinton, she's in for the presidential race

Democratic Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has announced her entry into the US 2008 presidential race. Her announcement came just days after black American Democratic Senator Barrack Obama’s media-created candidacy became official.

In a statement posted on her website on Saturday, Hillary Clinton made it official, announcing that she will form an exploratory committee to run for president in 2008, the first official step on seeking her party’s nomination. Said Hillary: “I’m in, And I’m in to win.”

It’s a catchy phrase that could well end up as a slogan on her campaign posters and “Hillary for President” T-shirts.

Meanwhile, the formation of an exploratory committee will legally allow her to raise money for her campaign and hire campaign staff.

Even her opponents concede that she has a formidable ability to raise large sums of money. She also enjoys a high name-recognition factor - a big advantage in American politics, where many voters have never heard of even seemingly prominent political figures.

There is hardly anybody in America that doesn’t know who Hillary is - a legacy, partly, of her eight years as a high-profile First Lady and, partly, of the best0selling book she wrote about her turbulent life with Bill Clinton after her husband left the White House.

Her six years as a hardworking senator from New York State and her re-election in November 2006 have also helped her to maintain a high public profile.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

If elected Will Hiliary Clinton expose the truth about Ufo's?

If Hillary gets elected as president do you think she will do anything to investigate the UFO phenomenon? It seems like a weird question to ask but it is actually a growing concern among the American population.
The Clinton’s were interested in Ufo's. In fact, when first elected president Bill Clinton said to his advisor "I want you to find the answers to two questions for me. One, who killed JFK. And, Two, are there UFOs? " But does Hillary share Bill’s same concern about Ufo’s? Well Hillary does but she has been quoted negatively referring to ufos: “the never-ending fictional conspiracy that honest to goodness reminds me of some people’s obsessions with UFOs and the Hale-Bopp comet.” Her comment back in 1997 generated immediate reactions from Ufologists around the country.

In reality Hillary’s comment had nothing to do with the UFO community. After all, friend Laurance Rockefeller had briefed her on the evidence of UFO reality. So Hillary in fact knows the hard facts about ufos. The comment she made at the time was actually directed, not at her friends in the UFO community, but at Congressman Dan Burton, Chairman of the House Government Oversight Committee Burton, like the Clintons, was also very interested in UFOs. On the day before the Hillary’s comment about UFOs, Burton sent his chief congressional aide to attend Dr. Steven Greer’s Top Secret UFO witness briefing held for members of congress. Hillary had also been invited, as were many members of the White House. Hillary did not attend, but she was nevertheless interested in the meeting as she requested a summary on the event by a White House aide.

Monday, January 22, 2007

Janet Jackson Backs Hillary Clinton for president

US pop superstar Janet Jackson hopes Hillary Clinton will become the first woman president of the United States.

"Hillary Clinton as president -- that would be great," Jackson said in an interview with German press agency DPA Monday. "Then she could show all those people who wouldn't trust a woman with such a job."

Jackson, who is currently promoting her new album "20 Y.O.", declined to criticise US President George W. Bush directly, saying only: "I am not satisfied with the situation in this world. I hate war."

New York senator Clinton, the wife of former US President Bill, last week said she hoped the United States was ready for a female president and came as close as ever to revealing that she was planning to run for the White House, telling Americans to "stay tuned".

She consistently tops polls of voter preferences for a Democratic presidential candidate for 2008.

Who Is Hillary Clinton?

This blog will follow the presidential Campaign for Hillary Clinton and why you should vote for her!

Hillary Rodham Clinton (born Hillary Diane Rodham on October 26, 1947) is the junior United States Senator from New York. She is married to Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, and was the First Lady from 1993 to 2001. Before that, she was a lawyer and the First Lady of Arkansas. She is a member of the Democratic Party.

Departing from the traditional role of the First Lady, Clinton was directly involved in policy-making during her husband's presidency. She headed the task force that proposed the Clinton health care plan, which was not enacted by Congress, and initiated the Children's Health Insurance Program and the Adoption and Safe Families Act.

In 2000, Clinton was elected into the United States Senate to succeed Daniel Patrick Moynihan, becoming the only First Lady ever to run for public office and the first female senator to represent New York. She was re-elected in 2006. As senator, she sits on the Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on Environment and Public Works, the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions and the Special Committee on Aging.

On January 20, 2007, she announced on her campaign website her formation of a presidential exploratory committee for the 2008 presidential election.[