All those years in the Senate, why hasn't Hillary introduced any?
Bills to solve the job crises in Ohio and the rest of the Country that she is now elaborating saying she can do if she is president. She could or would not do anything about it when she had the golden opportunity and she failed to do so. How can we expect any different now? We hear all these sad stories of people politicians meet while campaigning and they elaborate and use them to win elections and once the campaigns are over those same people are forgotten and it is business as usual. It is repeated over and over. When will we learn. A minority of the representatives are really working for us but the majority are more interested in their own/party's interest than working together civilly to truly solve the Country's problems. Hillary, Pelosi, Reid, etal, spend more time tearing others down and fighting than taking care of the work they were elected to do.
Asked By: Heidi 4 - 3/2/2008
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Hillary Clinton is a US Senator representing NY State. As such, her responsibilities is to accomplish things for the people of NY, which she has. As president, she will be much better equiped to help people pf other states... More
Answered By: The Wiz - 3/2/2008
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Because she was just treading water, waiting to become the "chosen one" for the nomination.
Answered By: Holly - 3/2/2008
All true. More startling, she runs against her husband's presidency and pretends there has NEVER been a Democrat in the White House. How do I know this? Because if there had been a Democrat there we would have wiped out poverty in his term and fixed our educational system and our health care system, right?
Answered By: Benji - 3/2/2008
Because her husband signed the NAFTA, bill. She's only saying this about NAFTA, because Obama, is talking about it... Believe me, when and if he wins, NAFTA, will not be a priority... His first thing will be to attempt to get healthcare, raise taxes... He won't be able to do much later in his term because the... More
Answered By: damond h - 3/2/2008
BECAUSE HILLARY IS FULL OF LIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THATS WHY I'M VOTING FOR OBAMA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Answered By: ShAwTy - 3/2/2008
Congress should come together for the good of the country and especially in places like Ohio and Michigan (where it is an outright economic depression). BUT, they won't.
Answered By: Kingfish - 3/2/2008
And what has Obama done? Not many people can answer that question. Hillary Clinton fought and was able to give free health care to 40000 children in Arkansas. Sounds like a pretty big accomplishment. And, Im sure that now running for president she speaks to a lot of people and now knows what they want and need and she... More
Answered By: Adum - 3/2/2008
Well, I'm not sure what her excuse is pertaining to the rest of the country, but the reason SHE gave for not helping to create more jobs in New York (like she PROMISED she would) was because Al Gore wasn't elected president...So, who knows what corny excuse she would come up with?
Answered By: Malletman - 3/2/2008
She has used her time in the Senate as a vacation away from Bill. A meal ticket at tax payer's expense. She has done nothing useful.
Answered By: Sven Wong - 3/2/2008
good points. With Hilllary she is DEFINITELY the status quo and we will get more of the same. At least with Obama we have a chance because he has not been in the senate as long and therefore not corrupt.
Answered By: Angelica M - 3/2/2008
I'm sure she'll think of some excuse as to why she has not and will continue to not do anything about it. She is pretty good at that and the supporters are eating it up....even in Ohio. @Amy: Please stop with the copy paste answers. I've seen that one too many times today.
Answered By: Dude - 3/2/2008
Well my friend you are seeing what I have known! The constitution is going to not hold up as we have learned. Times... More
Answered By: Walter M - 3/2/2008
Hillary is a senator from NY not Ohio. The problem in Ohio has been the same as all over the country. Nafta, free trade., american companies moving plants to china, mexico etc. because the workers get wages of $3 an hour. It has also happened in telemarketing. Ever call for tech support for your pc or electronics? You... More
Answered By: canam - 3/2/2008
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