Hillary 2012 Group Launches Robocall Campaign

Monday, December 19, 2011

A group called Run Hillary 2012 is making robocalls advocating for a Hillary Clinton presidential run next year.

I have been unable to obtain an audio feed of the robocall to post but, writer Sam Stein did receive a call. Here is the text he received:

“America would be better off today if Hillary Clinton was our president. The Wall Street robber barons would be jailed, young people could afford college and find jobs and six million homeowners wouldn’t face foreclosure. We need to change our course. Please sign our petition to draft Hillary Clinton for president.”

I can’t say I am surprised by any of this. President Obama’s support is tepid at best and among some demographic groups, nonexistent. If there was ever an election campaign ripe for a third party challenger, I believe 2012 is it.

If Hillary decides to jump in at the 11th hour, she will have my support and the support of my Blog.

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27 Responses to Hillary 2012 Group Launches Robocall Campaign

  1. DMason says:

    Wouldn’t that be a pisser if Hillary took it straight to Obama in January or February, 2012? I would absolutely love it.

  2. Rachel says:

    Hillary’s army of supporters are ready to come ashore and fight for the cause. Just like the Allied forces came ashore at Normandy and changed the course of WWII. An army made up of disenfranchised women from 2008, gays, lesbians, Hispanics and dare I say, African Americans who haven’t been too impressed with Obama. Plus, HillPAC is still operational and then there’s the power of Bill Clinton. Imagine him stumping for his wife? Add Chelsea to the mix to attract the youth vote and Hillary would be unstoppable.

  3. PUMA Lisa 1972 says:

    Run Hillary Run!

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  5. Sayingwhatneedsaying says:

    Ditto, Run Hillary, Run. We need someone with a backbone……………..

  6. Peace Nick says:

    Hillary would shake things up nicely.

    But alas, I believe Bill. He says she wants to teach and write and hopefully, have grandkids to play with and dot on. But I live the idea of a Hillary candidacy..

  7. Adirondacky says:

    I’ll believe it when it happens. Until then, it looks like we’re stuck with Obama.

  8. Unconditional1 says:

    It would be great for her to shake the old tree and see what crap falls out!

  9. Chad Lebanon says:

    Could be a Republican operative? These bastards play dirty and they loathe the Clintons even more than they loathe Obama. I just don’t think 2012 is in the cards for Hillary. Who knows about 2016? I could see her running and Andrew Cuomo being her veep but, I”m afraid Obama has 2012 locked down tight. Blame the freak show in the GOP field.

  10. The Real Adam says:

    Hillary could unseat Obama but she doesn’t want to go down in history as a spoiler.

    If she enters the race again, I think we’re talking about 2016. I like Chad’s ticket idea. I know the Clintons and the Cuomos have a great relationship. They would be a powerhouse.

  11. a rat says:

    At least buy me a drink first!

  12. Tom65 says:

    First off, it’s an obvious ratfuck. Secondly, you PUMA types just won’t shut up – even when Hillary tells you to.

  13. ajihani says:

    I love Hillary and I’m not a PUMA. I respect her professional accomplishments as the US senator from New York and now as Secretary of State. Her CV is her own. Best of all, Hillary doesn’t cower in the corner when Republicans raise their voices unlike Obama, who dissolves into jello.

  14. Harry says:

    Republicans fear Hillary. I like that.

  15. Hey Everyone,

    Sorry for the disruptive iamcoyote. She’s an angry, miserable old troll who pops up from time to time. I’ve gone ahead and banned her.

  16. Joe in Colorado says:

    These robot calls are being received in Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta and Boston. I don’t think it’s a GOP operative. I think the calls are originating from Run Hillary 2012. They see Hillary as a viable third party candidate. Who knows? Maybe they’re correct? With Biden’s talent for sticking his foot into his mouth, Obama could do worse than replacing him with Hillary in 2012.

  17. Brigadoon says:

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    http://ip-address-lookup-v4.com/

  18. Seabec says:

    Write-in campaigns have teeth. If you want Hillary on the ballot in 2012, sign the petition.

  19. Brigadoon,

    Much appreciated. The problem has been reported. Have a great Christmas!

  20. Estacada says:

    According to Bill Clinton, Hillary wants to write and teach. There’s no reason to think she would ever want to enter the unique madness of a presidential race again.

    I think she can do more good as a private citizen, utilizing her global contacts and raising awareness on issues ranging from female slavery, HIV/AIDS and education.

  21. Tiny Dancer says:

    No matter what Hillary Clinton decides to do after she steps down as Secretary of State she will be successful. She’s a class act.

  22. Mets Fan says:

    It looks like troll spray was liberally applied and the troublemaker swept out with the trash.

    Good. I have no patience with trolls. I wonder what it is about a thread about Hillary Clinton that attracts them like flies buzzing on a pile of dog poop? I’m glad you immediately dispensed with the miscreant.

  23. Randy Arroyo says:

    Someone was anonymously quoted on POLITICO that next August when Obama steps on the stage at the Democratic National Convention to accept the nomination he won’t be accompanied by Joe Biden but Hillary Clinton. Imagine the pandemonium if this happens? The energy and buzz will be enormous and I think, historic. Not to mention, smart politics played at the highest level.

  24. TOM339 says:

    I think Obama will win his race for reelection next year as long as he resists the urging by the Hawks in the Pentagon and elsewhere to go to war with Iran.

    The reason is the weakness of the Republican field. You have a flip-flopping Mormon, a disgraced, former Speaker of the House, and the crazy woman who thinks you can “pray away the gays.” This isn’t a viable field — it’s a circus act.

    If Obama sends the troops into Iran and unleashes WWIII, he won’t be reelected. In fact, if this happens, I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s impeached. A war of that magnitude could cause the US economy to crash and burn. Nevermind recession — I’m talking about the Great Depression 2.0.

  25. Chuck Kozlowski says:

    Hillary is infinitely more capable than Obama.

  26. BosGuy says:

    I’m not a betting man and I’d bet my house that she’s not jumping in. Its not her style. She remembers what happened when Teddy Kennedy did this to Carter and the war it created from within the party. I do however think there is a good chance that Biden could exit stage left and Hillary could fill that void beautifully.

    I’m a huge Hillary fan but why do we (both parties) assume if our candidate was elected all those ills and broken promises would never happen? Do we really have such rose-colored glasses on? Let’s remember it was on Bill Clinton’s watch that we got DOMA signed into law and Hillary is as much a pragmatist as her husband. She’d be facing the same divided Congress but come with the baggage of her husband; together they serve to stir the conservative base like few others… unfortunately for Obama he’s one of those few others.

    I’m still hoping its Newt who we have to face (I figure no matter who wins the Republican nomination will select Rubio – FL as their running mate). He will be far easier to woo Independents from and is also far more likely to put his foot in his mouth than Romney.

    My 2 cents

  27. Help spread the word and send Hillary to the White House as a VP2012 first then we can resend her there in 2016 as our President. Twitter@ObamaHillary / Facebook#ObamaHillary

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