Hillary Clinton to run for President in 2008

Since the birth of the United States our leaders have been men. Only recently in our history have woman and people of other nationalities been elected into a leadership role. Now, in the 21st Century, it\'s time we elect a woman president, Hillary Clinton.I feel Hillary would be the right choice. Who better to make the changes that we, the people of the United States of America, desperately need. The 2008 Presidentual election of Hillary Clinton could be the most influential election of the 21st century. We\'ve had over two hundred years of this country run by men, now is the perfect time to see what a woman can do. She certainly can\'t do no worse. Maybe she can get our national debt back down after you know who has run it up Billions of dollars in just over five years.


I am just an individual among millions who think it\'s past time to put a Democrat back in the White House. I have never voted Republican and don\'t never plan too. See my web site at; http://www.hillary4president.tk


  • Tim P We could use you as president for the mess we're in. If you win the primary election you should have Senator Cory Booker as a running mate but you might have better people in mind. I was suffering not getting driving lessons when I had a learner's permit. Your husband had a balanced budget.

    We could use you for the fiscal issues we're having and so much greed. I have my own petition on the fiscal issues and against greed that should go to you on various links. There are other people who are suffering not getting driving lessons. It's a long waiting list for the behind the wheel and longer wait for special needs learners as of less qualifying for them.

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