[b]ring into the spotlight, however carefully and subtly, why it is that America needs the president who will restore goodness to the spirit of America FAR MORE than it needs a person like Hillary, who will likely be a good manager but who has no clue whatever about how unacceptable it is to accept the struggle for power on the fascists' terms.
I would like to develop further my image of where Hillary is --in spiritual terms-- and how she got there. It's just my intuitive sense-- nothing I claim is unfallible. It fits well together with my overall perceptions of the political forces at work in our times.
Hillary was too much into winning for her --during her years as First Lady-- to be willing to draw principally MORAL lessons from her experience as a target of the fascists.
But hey, winning is what matters!
And it is precisely on this point –of winning-that, in these past few months, Hillary has brought the dark forces into the political realm with her "kamikaze" campaign.
(This is how evil spreads its patterns. It wounds people, and those who are not whole enough to withstand those wounds with their connection with wholeness sufficiently intact then become broken inside in ways that make them channels of the same evil patterns that damaged them.)
Hillary has made choices that have seriously weakened those forces of goodness that, a few months ago, were gathering strength in the American body politic.
Just think where we COULD be if Hillary had chosen instead, when the handwriting was on the wall (about the highly probable outcome of this nominating process)-before Ohio and Texas-to graciously concede to Obama and join hands with him and to support his effort to bring the spirit of goodness and decency to the presidency. Just think!
She chose to go with the methods the fascists taught her about seizing power: through slander, lies, and phony but cleverly crafted poses. Such as:
**"Not that I know of."