Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Hillary's last minute ad and why I support her

Morning HUBdate: Closing Argument

* If You Watch One Thing Today: Hillary presents her closing argument to Iowans, culminating in a two-minute taped appearance that will air tonight on every 6PM newscast throughout the state. Watch it:

* Also Making News Today: Hillary continues the “Big Challenges, Real Solutions: Time To Pick A President” tour with events in Indianola, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Ottumwa, and Des Moines.

* Momentum in IA: In a sign of growing enthusiasm for Hillary, one of our Iowa field staffers came across a sign with this message when they went knocking on doors: “WE WILL SUPPORT HILLARY. OUR DECISION IS NOT OPEN FOR JUSTIFICATION OR REVIEW. SEE YOU AT CAUCUS.”

* Recapping Yesterday: Hillary rallied crowds of Iowans and won over previously undecided caucus-goers, with a press report calling it “one of her best performances in weeks”… President Clinton told Iowans how Hillary has been changing people’s lives for years… And door knockers will hit the house of every Iowan who has declared strong support for Hillary …Visit for more.

* Strength in NH: A new poll by 7NEWS/Suffolk University shows Hillary leading the Democratic field by 14 pts in the NH primary. The same poll had her up 7 just three weeks ago…. A separate poll sponsored by UNH has Hillary gaining strength, increasing her support by 6 points since their last poll two weeks ago… Gen. Wes Clark and his wife stumped for Hilary in downtown Laconia, praising Hillary’s readiness to lead, knowledge, and warmth….And Hillary encouraged ABC and WMUR-TV to allow her fellow candidates who have participated in previous debates to participate in this weekend's.

* Endorsement Watch: US Rep. Donald Payne (D-NJ) -- the first African-American to represent New Jersey in the House of Representatives and a past Chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus – becomes the 77th member of Congress to endorse Hillary.

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I am a disabled Army veteran, who served from the Vietnam Era in the active Army as an Infantryman, I left the Army in 1982 after 9 years as a Staff Sergeant/E6. I then joined the Georgia National Guard in 1988 as I missed the Army and the camaraderie of the soldiers and also to try and finish my 20 years for the retirement benefits. I was activated for Desert Storm and served in Khasab AFB Oman during the first Gulf War.

Hillary has supported research to find out what is the root of the illness or cluster of symptoms known as Gulf War Syndrome or Illness, GWS or GWI. While her husband was President they apologized for the human experimenst this nation conducted from nuclear experiments to the Tuskeegee Syphlis experiments, also the Army experiments I was used in at Edgewood Arsenal in 1974.

Here is a newspaper article where I met President Clinton on December 17, 2007 and it has a picture where he is signing a book titled Chemical Warfare: Secrets Almost Forgotten, written by a Doctor James Ketchum one of the Edgewood scientists/doctors/researchers.

Here is a link to the book reviews:

Here is a link to the apology from President Bill Clinton from You tube

Here is a link to an 8 minute story about the mind control experiments the C.I.A. and the Army were involved in from 1952 thru 1975

Senator Clinton has pressed the Veterans Administration to help the ill Gulf War veterans for more than a decade now, and as our President she would be able to demand better accountability for the veterans and their families. There are more than 100,000 veterans that have some sort of medical disability from the first Gulf War and the government i.e. DOD and the VA have not been proactive in helping them. She would do more than any other Presidential candidate for these men, women and their families.

Veterans and their families should be voting for Hillary for the Democratic nomination and for her as the next President of the United States, veterans need to start voting with their wallets, and how it affects their families, she has proven herself on their behalf and she has earned their votes.

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