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TIME TO TURN THE PAGE ON HILLARY AND BILL CLINTON

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Have we all finally had enough of Hillary and Bill Clinton? Is the Democratic Party energized finally to that crescendo moment that propels all of America to those greater heights we all dream of?

Even in the aftershock of a decisive Obama landslide victory in South Carolina, Hillary and Bill are right back to the playbook of dirty tricks that we are all so accustomed to by now.

Bill Clinton's latest derision of Barack Obama; that Jesse Jackson won in South Carolina before, so let's look to February 5th when millions of Americans will weigh in on this election. As if to say South Carolina really doesn't count and those are the folks that voted for Jesse Jackson's failed candidacy.

And then there was Hillary, one sentence after her disingenuous congratulatory remark for Obama, proclaiming "On to Florida!". That's right, Florida. A state along with Michigan that the candidates had already agreed would not become part of the delegate equation because of rules and
scheduling. Kind of reminds me of what happened in Nevada with the Caucus locations on the Las Vegas strip.

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Do you ever get the feeling that there is nothing the Clintons wouldn't do to get their way. I actually fear the Clintons almost as much as the other side. In this frightening brave new world, will we remain entrenched with the policies and tactics that are more closely analogous to the constructs of neo conservatism or will we free ourselves from the chains of fascism and oppression, now and forever.

The Clintons must see the writing on the wall. America is fed up with all of their Rovian tactics. Divide, conquer, triangulate and when finally no one is left standing another pathetic assertion of how we are all family in the end. Is there any doubt what the outcome would be with another Clinton Regime in the White House? How about NAFTA the sequel or another brilliant
Telecommunications Act.

When Barack Obama alluded to Ronald Reagan as a transformative figure in political history he was spot on. Caroline Kennedy in a very moving and eloquent editorial for the New York Times tells the world unequivocally that Barack Obama is much like her father, able to inspire and unite a nation once divided. Monday we will also hear from Ted Kennedy, as he will deliver another moment of truth by endorsing Barack Obama's march to the White House.

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I suppose Bill's next 'Hit Job' will be that Camelot was a fairy tale too. Sadly, the only fairy tale was believing that the Clintons were half as good as they pretend to be.

 

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Yet another free thinking citizen drawing a line in the sand against the neocons and the fascist takeover of America.
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