Posted in NC, politics, Wake Forest, tagged campaign, Democrat, democratic, easley, governor, Hillary Clinton, North Carolina, president, presidential, primary, registration, senator, vote, voters, voting, Wake Forest on May 4, 2008 |
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She definitely came and saw, but whether or not she conquered is yet to be determined. I guess we’ll find out on Tuesday.
I asked Matthew what he thought about the whole shebang. His first comment was that Hillary wears a lot of makeup. His second comment was that there weren’t as many people there as he expected. His last comment was that he Mrs. Easley (the governor’s wife, who is standing to the right of Hillary and Governor Easley in the first photo) kept looking at him. He was able to get pretty close to the front and every time Hillary made a point, everyone in the crowd would cheer and clap- except for him. Instead, he’d take pictures or just look around at all of the people going nuts. He figures that made him stick out a little bit. Ah well.
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged bicycle, bike, blog, campaign, campaigning, Democrat, democratic, economy, environment, gas tax bill, Hillary Clinton, hrc, North Carolina, politician, politics, president, presidential, primary, speech, speeches, stumping, trail, vote, voter, voting, Wake Forest on May 3, 2008 |
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To my hood.
That’s right ladies and gentlemen, Hillary Rodham Clinton will be gracing my sweet little town of Wake Forest with her presence this morning. She called me (again) on Thursday night to let me know she’d be in the neighborhood and wanted to see me. I already have plans, so Matthew’s going in my place to snap pictures for this little blog o’mine. Doesn’t he look kind of grim in the photo up there (which was taken about, oh, five blocks from our home. And notice we’re riding our bikes so that we don’t have to worry about whether or not this ridiculous summer gas tax bill is passed?)? I told him to be careful and not to say too much because she might shoot laser beams at him with her eyes and I don’t need a crispy critter for a husband.
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