Clinton's speech rocks DNC

Former president implores voters to stick with obama

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  • RCS Orem, UT
    Sept. 7, 2012 3:59 a.m.

    Smooth, Slippery Tongues

    How do you spell "Going it alone?" F - R - E - E - D - O - M

    What is "Working with big government" like? Like working with a giant boa constrictor. It will eventually squeeze the life out of you.

    Other states could take a lesson from us here in Utah. Big government owns 75% of our land; we, the people, own 25%. What do you call a government that owns most or all of the land? Intrusive, totalitarian, communistic. Other nations have gone down that road with big government. Americans should listen to the people who survived. Big government only gets bigger. The result is always disastrous. The people always get crushed.

    Remember, "Government means control and force." Less is better. It's what we fought the Revolutionary War over! Be a true Patriot—vote for less government and freedom for the people of America in Novenber.

  • Fred44 Salt Lake City, Utah
    Sept. 6, 2012 11:04 a.m.

    Last night was the beginning of the end. The independents will begin to move toward President Obama. The constant barrage of negative personal attacks by the republicans will ultimately doom this election. People want a reason to believe, and the republicans are so busy trashing everyone and everything that they can't figure it out. Like it or not President Clinton set the stage and as usual all the republicans do in response is to trash him or President Obama. Look at this board as an example of the republican party. All the republicans on here trash everything about the President. Hard core republicans like that, but they are the only ones. That is not a winning ticket with independents. Rush and Shawn and the gang play well with far far far right, but most of the country are moderate democrats or republicans or independents. They don't like the negative campaigning and that is all the republicans have.

    I am a moderate republican, who would like to see civility from a party who claims to have higher standards. Give me a reason to vote FOR a person, not a reason to vote against his opponent.

  • Counter Intelligence Salt Lake City, UT
    Sept. 6, 2012 9:45 a.m.

    Yes; and his endorsement was so helpful to Al Gore and Hillary

    All Clinton did was remind voters that Obama is far less like Clinton than Romney is like Reagan