Bill Clinton predicts strong Obama victory
Former US president Bill Clinton speaks at the 2012 Fiscal Summit on May 15, in Washington, DC. Clinton said Thursday he thought that fellow Democrat Barack Obama would be easily re-elected to the White House, even though polls currently show a close race. (AFP Photo/Brendan Hoffman)
"I still think the president will win by five or six points," Clinton told CNN, in an interview with movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
Obama faces presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the November 6 election.
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I think its politics as usual..just a few weeks ago I reported a story where Bill criticized Obama and said he was an amateur.
as they say Politics makes strange bed fellows,huh?
Hi Stacy , I wonder now if we voters will ever learn the games of political rhetoric! My problem this election , Im torn between not voting at all ! and voting for the Best possible choice ?....We , as Americans are losing controol of our ggovernment ! personaly I hold no faith in Clintons opine!
by Susie Lehto3 months ago
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by Stacie L4 years ago
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by ahorseback3 months ago
Any Takers on This ? Defenders ? Was that a Freudian slip ?
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by fishskinfreak20087 years ago
Looks like we have a new ally in the struggle/fight for healthcare reform
by Alexander A. Villarasa3 years ago
Vanity Fair ( that paradigm of liberalist-leftist publication) in its most recent issue, spread out quite a bit of pictorial essay on what they term as Barack Obama's " laid-back style of presidential...
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