Questions Raised Over Whether Hillary Darkened Obama's Pigment


For all her noxious crying and whatnot, Hillary Clinton is a well-honed jungle predator. "Winning. Winning, winning, that's my measure of success -- winning," she barked recently.

Having demonstrated yesterday that she's still a viable contender for the presidency, the question arises: what does it take to win, win, win like Hillary?

We know it involves running attack campaigns while criticizing competitors for doing the same thing. Does it also involve Somali daywear? Or -- as Fox puts it -- darkening Obama's skin color in her advertising to highlight the fact that he's NOT WHITE?

This shit's absurd, by the way. It's really too bad there's no way of pointing condemning fingers at Hillary's trump-card ovaries -- oh wait, unless her emotional gerrymandering counts. Hang in there, Obama.

by Angela Natividad    Mar- 5-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Campaigns, Commercials, Political, Television, Worst   

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You can't be serious. If you are going to look at her political games then you should look at his as well. Don't be a Bob Garfield and only tell 1 side of the story. Especially when the simple truth is that Hillary seems to carry states that would/will matter in a an election (eg NY, Ohio, Texas, California) and Obama carries states where the granola tastes really good.


Posted by: Adam Kmiec on March 5, 2008 9:59 AM


see that byline at the bottom of the story? It says Angela Natividad. I might publish this thing but I'm not the only one that writes it:-)


Posted by: Steve Hall on March 5, 2008 10:13 AM

Strong words and phrases are often smile makers.

"noxious crying and whatnot" is yummy and so is "well-honed jungle predator"
damn, now I'm drooling)...

Angela, when you're desireous of a chuckle about political smearings... go here:

�The groundbreaking 74-second pitch for Democratic Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, which remixes the classic 1984 ad that introduced Apple computers to the world, is not on cable or network TV, but on the Internet."

"It may be the most stunning and creative attack ad yet for a 2008 presidential candidate -- one experts say could represent a watershed moment in 21st century media and political advertising," the San Francisco Chronicle�s ( in effective sneezing...

Sen. Obama's team initially said it had absolutely nothing to do with the contagious video sneeze that attacks his principal Democratic rival, New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

...a step by step guide...;)(?!)

Thank you for your post, Angela!

Posted by: arthur barbato on March 5, 2008 11:15 AM

Ahh, thanks Steve. I feel a lot better :)

Posted by: Adam Kmiec on March 5, 2008 1:18 PM

or perhaps a spoiler fro those of us who think you are commenting on the ad industry rather than campaigning for your choice...

Posted by: Troy on March 5, 2008 4:02 PM