Saturday, June 7, 2008

What the real, selfish Clinton would have done.

Well, did you hear Hillary Clinton’s Don’t Cry for me Argentina speech—yuck!

Basically her speech was about her -- “I, me, my/myself”— and, oh yeah, "Barack" too. I went through the speech to do a word count and found her using the words “I” 63x’s; “me” 17x’s; “my” 26x’s; and “myself” 1x (I, myself, am not a big fan of the pronoun “myself” either—that doesn’t make “me” like her any more though).

Do you want to hear the real Hillary? This is what we would have had to contend with to have Clinton in the White House for 4 l-o-n-g years. Here the big quote from her speech:

This isn't just an issue for me. It is a passion and a cause, and it is a fight I will continue until every single American is insured, no exceptions and no excuses.

We all want an America defined by deep and meaningful equality, from civil rights to labor rights, from women's rights to gay rights ... from ending discrimination to promoting unionization, to providing help for the most important job there is: caring for our families.

And we all want to restore America's standing in the world, to end the war in Iraq, and once again lead by the power of our values ... and to join with our allies to confront our shared challenges, from poverty and genocide to terrorism and global warming.

Summary: Socialized medicine; special rights; big labor; more “hate crime” bills; “caring for families” (socialization/education/welfare/Planned Parenthood—abortions); pull out of Iraq/invade Darfur; follow United Nations’ lead; shake-down corporate growth for cash.

Isn’t it amazing how she has been so moderate during the campaign? Today, she revealed what we missed out on—4 years of hyper/social, tax-and-spend programs. As I mentioned months ago, I feared the Clinton's’ grandiosity and indestructibility similar to the Nixon Administration. You think the Clinton's were dangerous before??

I don’t want Obama to win, but if he does, it won’t be the end. I’m just not sure I could take 4 years of Hillary. I may just go where Alec Baldwin never went. I am glad from her “concession” speech today, I got to hear what she would have been all about—“herself” and socialism. I do not feel bad for this selfish, dangerous person, at all.

I will close this thought about the Clinton machine in the same way thriller movies often close…The End?

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