IndyStar Endorses Clinton

The IndyStar endorsed Hillary Clinton today: “Experience makes Clinton better choice in primary.”

The next commander in chief will take office at a time of extraordinary risk for this nation, both at home and abroad. The challenges — including those posed by a sagging economy, rising energy and food costs, the gap in health care, wars in two countries and threats from Iran — are complex.

On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton is the better choice, based on her experience and grasp of major issues, to confront those challenges. She earns The Star’s endorsement in Tuesday’s primary.

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About Pamela Leavey

Pamela Leavey is the Editor in Chief, Owner/Publisher of The Democratic Daily as well as a freelance writer and photographer. Pamela holds a certificate in Contemporary Communications from UMass Lowell, a Journalism Certificate from UMass Amherst and a B.A. in Creative Writing and Digital Age Communications from UMass Amherst UWW.
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3 Responses to IndyStar Endorses Clinton

  1. Susan P says:

    You know what bothers me most about Hillary… She seems to share Bush’s philosophy that the ends justify the means. Do you really want someone who will do anything to win? What will she do to you and yours if you cross her? Is this what’s needed to bring the country together? In Maureen Dowd’s recent column, she mentions the Clinton’s ill treatment of their subordinates, and also talks of how Obama’s secret service men like him. Do you wonder why some very close associates have turned against her? To me this is the important character issue that should be focused on. Yes, I will vote for her if she is the nominee. I’m no dummy, but I won’t be proud of our choice.

  2. Susan P

    From what I have seen Obama will do anything to win as well — There is nothing “new” about his brand of politics.

    And FYI, I know two people who work for her campaign, they think the world of her.

  3. SassyFrass says:

    After a few early stumbles, Hillary has succeeded time and time again in making the case that she is the right person at the right time. After today, superdelegates will start to ripple toward her in great waves.

    I think people realize that when it comes right down to it, this country needs fundamental reform at the hands of a committed, competent leader. Change is important, yes, but we can’t work in the abstract. As commodity prices climb skyward, people are beginning to understand this. If you want insider proof of why Hillary can still win this election, look no further than the concerns, fears and questions of your neighbors and relatives. The game is changing, and realists would not be endorsing Hillary at this point if it wasn’t.