Hillary Clinton: September 2007 Archives

Porn star Jenna Jameson told PR.com that she likes Hillary Clinton for president, even though Hillary's "pretty conservative for a Democrat." 

Dorothy Rodham.jpg

Sunday's Washington Post profiled Hillary Clinton's mom, Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham.  Hillary has said before that her mom is the inspiration behind her success: "...I owe it to my mother, who never got a chance to go to college, who had a very difficult childhood, but who gave me a belief that I could do whatever I set my mind."  As for whether Hillary gets the "mom endorsement" for her presidential candidacy, Mrs. Rodham told a 2004 Oprah audience that if Hillary ran for president, "She would do great.  I have to say that."

Photo at left of Dorothy Rodham by Rich Lipski of TWP (2000).

Politico reports that Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN) will endorse Sen. Hillary Clinton for president on Monday.  Bayh's endorsement is quite the feather in Clinton's cap, because as a moderate Democrat representing an overwhelmingly Republican state, he is expected to help Clinton win votes in Republican states. Bayh, who once hoped to win the Democratic nomination himself, serves with Clinton on the Armed Forces Committee and is a former chairman of the centrist Democratic Leadership Council.

Clinton has also been endorsed by a former rival for the Democratic nomination, former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack, and retired four star General Wesley Clark, who sought the Democratic nomination in 2004.

 

Hillary on Advocate Lg A994x300.jpgWhen asked by an editor at the gay publication The Advocate how she responds to the lesbian rumors about her, Hillary Clinton said, "People say a lot of things about me, so I don't pay any attention to it."

"It's not true, but it is something that I have no control over. People will say what they want to say."

Sean Kennedy, The Advocate editor who interviewed Clinton told the NY Daily News, "I 100% believe she's a straight, heterosexual woman."

 

See also:

Hillary Clinton: I'm Not A Lesbian [NY Daily News]

In the latest issue of Time (September 24, 2007), 50 Cent reaffirms his support of Hillary.

Q: Are you endorsing a particular candidate in the '08 election?

A:  No, but I like Hillary.  I think she was already our president once.  [Laughs.]

 

Although Democratic presidential cadidate Barack Obama didn't mention rival candidate Hillary Clinton by name, he asked women to vote for him instead of her.  We like it when candidates specifically ask for our vote.  Read the AP account here.
Q is a Hill Fan.  So here's his endorsement video.  Right here.

The most phenomenal of phenomenal women, Dr. Maya Angelou, poetically endorses Hillary Clinton here.

 

AR560x560,50 cent_50 official website.jpgHillary Clinton just scored an endorsement from rapper 50 Cent (ne Curtis James Jackson).  "I'd like to see Hillary Clinton be president," MTV News reports 50 told Rap-Up Magazine. "It would be nice to see a woman be the actual president and ... this is a way for us to have Bill Clinton be president again, and he did a great job during his term."

50, who shares a birthday with George W. Bush, also revealed his opinion of the president. "[Bush] has less compassion than a regular human being," he said. Seems Fiddy also thinks G-Dub is a punk. "Me and George Bush are so different. ... I actually go to war, when I go to war. Bush just sends [people] to war."

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