Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Hillary Clinton - Misbehaving Democrat

What happened?

I'm outrageously angry with the Clinton campaign because of her Rovian politics steeped in lies, innuendo and now hate. It's the same style of conducting themselves that we have been decrying throughout the long dark Neocon-absorbed Cheney/Bush years. I'm beginning to think that the difference between her and Bush-hugging McCain is much smaller than the growing gulf between her and solid Democrats along with all fair minded Americans.

I'm beginning to believe that she would gladly divide the Democratic Party in order to facilitate, what she knows would be a dangerous and disastrous gop presidency for the nation, a future run for power. I also believe a third party run is also possible for the same reason but I wouldn't be surprised if they are actually calculating their chances for a just barely squeaked out win in November.

She is reaping, with pride, hate radio involvement in her few primary victories.

Hillary and her husbands sadly fading legacy have embraced the concept of 'the end justifies the means'. That's another Noecon/Rovian principle that caused us to run away from the war on those who attacked us and the promises we made to Afghanistan which landed us in preemptive war and a misguided nation building occupation in Iraq. She participated in that type of hazardous thinking when she voted for the Iraq war and when she voted to give Bush the excuse from Congress he needed to ' Shock and Awe' Iran.

She is now demonstrating that she continues to embrace risky 'end justifies the means' method of problem solving.

Wrong 'democrat' wrong time.

Olbermann & Tim Russert on Geraldine Ferraro Obama Comment

Hillary Clinton is making it very hard to stand by my words below; even if I were to wear a clothes pin.

Anyone who refuses to work for the Democratic nominee or vote in the general election because they didn’t get the person of their choice is 'nuts' because they would be flirting with keeping the White house in the inept hands of the Republicans along with possibly allowing them more seats in Congress.

However, Barack Obama handles all this with class and intelligence.
Here he is on Hardball.

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