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Is Pres. Bush endorsing Senator Clinton?

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A red flag went up to day upon reading this story, President praises Clinton's political experience, the Newsday article written by Glenn Thrush states, "President George W. Bush is endorsing Hillary Clinton's claim that she's the most experienced candidate in the 2008 field - a plaudit that might cost her with rank-and-file Democrats." It goes onto report, "There is no question that Sen. Clinton understands pressure better than any of the candidates, you know, in the race," the president told ABC News yesterday." While this news article states that Bush has said that any Republican candidate can beat her, still it begs the question: Is he somehow endorsing her candidacy? A while ago, I wrote an article concerning their cozy relationship stating, “In reading this telling article published on October 7th, by The Times Online, “George Bush smooths path for Hillary” this passage jumped out at me, “In the clearest sign of a shift in gear, Gates is to appoint John Hamre, a former official in President Bill Clinton’s administration, to chair the Defense Policy Board once led by Richard Perle, a leading neoconservative advocate of the invasion of Iraq. The board’s job will be to prepare for the transition to a new administration in 2008, according to a Pentagon spokesman.”  Is that a Clinton administration?  This coziness between President Bush and Senator Clinton should be a red-flag to everyone. Dobbs read a quote from Cafferty’s book which reads, “I have never been scared before, but I am scared now. Scared that we're losing our way, not because somebody is taking it away, because -- but because we're giving it away." To this I add, isn’t about time that Americans especially those backing candidates like Clinton and other front-runners in both parties take back control of our government and choose other candidates that make sense?But, if those two news article that I based a previous editorial on and this one does not raise any red-flags, then the picture below will certainly have you scatching your chin wondering what is going on. (Within this space, I have scanned a picture depicting President Bush standing along side Senator Clinton on my blog and you tell me if there is a cozy relationship between both.) Again, I will let you decide whether or not there is a cozy relationship between both and perhaps the next time she attacks President Bush, one must wonder why.  Or is this simply a case where, politics makes strange bedfellows? Author's email address,   


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