Bill Clinton in St. Pete Friday

Former President Bill Clinton will campaign for President Barack Obama in St. Petersburg.

Former President Bill Clinton will rally Democratic voters Friday in St. Petersburg, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Clinton has taken a lead role in campaigning for President Barack Obama since his well-received speech at the Democratic National Convention.

The Obama campaign will announce details soon on the time and location of the event.

Samuel Clemens November 03, 2012 at 04:34 AM
C'mon, Lynda............I cannot stand the man, but at least be aware........all of "them" have provided many photo ops after leaving office. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2169770/Former-President-George-Bush-forgoes-July-Fourth-celebrations-spends-holidays-Zambian-orphanage.html People want to complain about a meeting Jr had, how about you start with the one in Waco on March 23, 2005......attended by Bush Jr, Paul Martin, Prime Minister of Canada and Vicente Fox, President of Mexico. And then perhaps you can speak with Obama about his February 4, 2011 meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Let's talk about these meetings............not a freaking meeting that has nothing to do with you and I. People must quit focusing on the trivial things and focus on what really affects the population. What I just referenced affects us and future generations................and the sad thing is..............most who read this will not take the 2 minutes it takes to copy/paste the info into Google to see what I am talking about. By the way, it's not just the ex-Presidents who work on holidays, the Constitutional Professor showed US all.......that is the US who are paying attention to things that truly matter..........he showed us just what he thinks of the Bill of Rights when he signed into law, the NDAA on New Years Eve 2011. www.huffingtonpost.com/daphne-eviatar/promises-promises-preside_b_1182067.html
Samuel Clemens November 03, 2012 at 04:37 AM
Grace, ever heard of the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act?????
Samuel Clemens November 03, 2012 at 04:46 AM
It's the freakin WWF....WWE.....whatever it's called now. www.politico.com/politico44/2012/01/obama-hosts-george-hw-and-jeb-bush-at-white-house-112638.html These people are grandstanding how they hate they other side as they laugh at the common folk for how stupid we are to believe their lies. You have ordinary people claiming the R's suck. You have ordinary people claiming the D's suck. Wonder if both groups are correct in their thinking? It blows my mind how you guys defend the insanity around us. People parrot talking points like good little sheep................divide and conquer at it's finest. Turn off your freaking tvs and start to become a sentient being again. Step out of Plato's cave to see the real world. www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6LUptADIww
Michael D. November 05, 2012 at 02:01 PM
Watt, Would you be so against it if it was Clinton over there selling these services. Yes, only 70% of goods are imported from the U.S. and that alone doesn't offset. Services is a large portion of what is exported. The problem is you are looking at the all in a vaccuum, that trade and services to the Cayman Islands is just about trade to that island. Because that means this situation due to the fact you see everything about this an initially evil is as you put it "Beyond your understanding". Because you are stuck on the fact that Bush and Romney as private businessmen are doing this. Oh well. Do you think no Democratic politicans are doing this? Yes, trade of goods directly with the Caymen Islands are approximately 700 Million, but what of the trade and routes that are opened by that? What about our friendship with our ally Great Britain? Again, you are thinking this issue is a 1:1 issue, and it is very far from it.
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