Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Clinton Delivers Globalization Speech

Photo is: ©Chris Fitzgerald/CandidatePhotos.com

Today in Manchester, Hillary Clinton delivered a speech on globalization. Here is a press release about her speech:

Hillary Clinton laid out her progressive vision for strengthening the middle class in the face of rising income inequality and globalization today. In a speech at the Manchester School of Technology in New Hampshire , she called for a return to shared prosperity and tax fairness, while expanding access to quality education and healthcare for all Americans.

“I believe that one of the most crucial jobs of the next President is to define a new vision of economic fairness and prosperity for the 21st century – a vision for how we ensure greater opportunity for our next generation,” Clinton said. “I consider myself a thoroughly optimistic and modern progressive. I believe we can grow our economy in the face of global competition – and in a way that benefits all Americans. I believe we can curb the excesses of the marketplace – and provide more opportunities for more Americans to succeed.”

***The Photo Is of Senator Clinton Walking In Downtown Nashua**


Anonymous said...


Not only is she a socialist, but she is a global socialist calling for Americans to pay for the poor in other countries as well!

This should just about kill her campaign for good and drive a stake through its heart.

Spencer said...

Since when was it such a horrible thing to help the poor in those nations the U.S. has been taking advantage of for so long now, and where did Senator Clinton say that?