- From: itsall_bull <itsall_bull@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 12:01:56 -0700 (PDT)
By: April Shenandoah
For the last few years, I've written, and said with conviction, "She
Will Be President." I would have bet the farm that Hillary Clinton
was a shoe-in for the Democratic nomination. Everything pointed to
Clinton being the "chosen one" for her party. However, something has
put a donkey wrench into the political works, causing her faithful
followers on Capitol Hill to leave her high and dry?
The United Nations backed her one hundred percent, her colleagues
praised her, and women's groups fawned over her - what happened? Yes,
Barack Obama came along and stole her thunder, but only because the
media hyped him till people went gaga over him. Knowing how the media
operates and how it is controlled, there is much more to this than
meets the eye. The behind the scenes plan has not yet surfaced.
Oh, I give you the fact that Obama is a polished charismatic speaker.
But get a grip! We do not know his policies, as he has been very
clever to avoid voting on the issues. People are so starved for
anyone who offers "hope and change" that they follow blindly. He and
the people behind him have a definite agenda that you as an American
will not be very happy with. I have no proof of that statement - only
common sense observances.
It is a known fact that the Bushes and the Clintons are long time
friends. They were collaborating behind the scenes, and Bush senior
and Bill Clinton became working buddies. It was all too cozy. Many
in the know believed that Bush was advising Hillary for her campaign,
and for the time she would occupy the Oval Office. Time will tell,
however, it looks like time is running out for the former First
My political instincts (gut) have always been able to predict the
inevitable. Therefore, I'm in a slight state of confusion concerning
this election. If, by chance, Hillary does have a "comeback" moment
then I know the game they have been playing -- the Democrats simply
didn't want it to look as if her nomination was a planned deal from
If she is all washed up, perhaps the decision makers came to the
conclusion that Hillary would be too hard to handle. Or maybe they
decided John McCain was the "puppet" for the job. Think about this!
There were several qualified candidates running for the Republican
nomination that were outstanding choices. Yet McCain came from
behind and crossed the finish line right into the winner's circle --
while some were still trying to figure out who they were going to bet
on. When he entered the race I wondered why he was even running. It
gives me cause for suspicion as I have never spoken with anyone who is
for McCain. Again, the swift nomination for McCain by the Republicans
was a carefully calculated move. The reason behind it is another
story - I'm working on it! One thing I do know is that a vote for
McCain is a vote for the continuation of Bush's war.
There is literally no one to vote for that will stand for the things
the American people are crying out for. There is no one to vote for
that will stand for the Constitution of the United States of America.
There is no one to vote for that will stand and support the American
people! "We the (American) people" carry a country in our hearts
that no longer exists!
"Published originally at EtherZone.com : republication allowed with
this notice and hyperlink intact."
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