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Hillary Clinton is doing what all good politicians do — fighting to win. Less than 200 delegates separate her from Obama and if she wins big in Pennsylvania his lead will shrink even more. So what if she wins the nomination with Super Delegates? She’s playing by the rules the oligarchic Democrat party established to keep undesirables (patriotic, free-thinking, self-sufficient, pro-life, people of faith with traditional values) from winning their party’s Presidential nomination. Good for her. If anything it proves she’s tenacious and has fire unlike most of the spineless and limp noodle men who make up her party.
The Democrat’s media stooges want her to drop out, because they’re afraid each day the two “intellectuals midgets” battle Democrat chances of bamboozling voters diminishes. But who would have guessed that Obama’s “magical mystery tour” would have been damaged at this late stage by his hate mongering spiritual mentor? Banal platitudes and Oprah Kumba yah fraudulence even delivered with rhetorical skill cannot make up for 20 years of bad judgment and facilitating racist hate. Geraldine Ferraro may have been right, but it was people like her turning a blind eye to Jesse Jackson’s and Al Sharpton’s racism that created Obama.
That Hillary has the audacity to hope she can still win the Democrat nomination may offend effete Democrat elites, but as she knows they consistently backed losers or those should have lost so why listen to them. Obama is seriously damaged and a Muskie moment is not impossible. Who knows a tirade from Michelle bashing America may convince enough Super and pledged delegates to abandon the sinking “Good Ship Lollipop” to give manic Hillary the prize. If Obama can’t handle the pressure of a Democrat Presidential primary with a fawning media how’s he going to handle an even tepid John McCain backed up by aggressive 527s and heroic bloggers much less a real foreign policy crisis (where cutting and running and surrender are not an option)?p>As a proud “tribalist” straight-ticket conservative Republican who wants to defend America from the threats without and within I’m enjoying the “catfight.” I hope it lasts beyond the August Democrat zoo in Denver. I hope the vitriol trickles down into the ranks as the candidate’s partisans begin attacking each other. Bill Richardson’s knife in Hillary’s back was sweet, but Carville’s calling him Judas was even better. All I can say is more, more, more! br> — Michael Tomlinson br> Jacksonville, North Carolina /p>
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
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The debacle of this president’s administration is both a cause and a symptom of the decline of American values. Unless Congress impeaches him, that decline will go on unchecked. An eminent jurist surveys the damage and assesses the chances for the recovery of our culture.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
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