Edwards Ponders WWJD While Hillary Calls for Girl Power

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama will cross paths again next Monday when both are scheduled to speak before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, AIPAC during their major Washington policy conference. I wonder if Hillary’s accent will change again they way it did in Selma. Obama just spoke before AIPAC in Chicago on Friday where he gave a pro-Isreal speech. Obama said, Isreal is, “our strongest ally in the region and its only established democracy.” It must have been a good speech, because he is the closing speaker on Monday. Also speaking as the keynote speaker is V.P. Dick Cheneny.
Hillary Clinton spoke today at a luncheon for EMILY’s list, a national political committee that raises money for Democratic women candidates who favor abortion rights. Hillary used this time to launch a call to all woman, “Today, women are a majority of the voters, a majority of students in college, and we are a growing presence in the Congress. But there are still far too few women in leadership positions,” Hillary then asked for their help, “I hope you’ll join me on the campaign trail,” she said. “When we throw open the doors of opportunity and break those glass ceilings, then we give everyone in America a chance to be all that he or she can be.” EMILY’s list endorsed Hillary for president. Hillary also announced that she was launching another web sight, http://www.icanbepresident.com, which will be aimed at younger woman. It will promote the notion to young woman that they too can be president. To join up with woman for Hillary link here. Hillary also told gays she wants a partnership with them if elected President. That is from an unpublicized speech she made Friday to the Human Rights Campaign, a leading gay rights group.
WWJT John Edwards was telling people what Jesus would think in an interview for web site beliefnet.com. Edwards said that “I think that Jesus would be disappointed in our ignoring the plight of those around us who are suffering and our focus on our own selfish short-term needs. I think he would be appalled, actually.” Edwards also said that Jesus would be dissappointed with our willingness to go to war “when it’s not necessary.”
In an interview with Fox News Mike Bloomberg said he might run, but he wouldn’t announce it on Fox and Friends, “I wouldn’t do it on this show anyway, even though EVERYBODY watches it”
Alan Cosgrove

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