No, our goal was always simply to bring the Clinton era in America to an end through an education campaign. To prevent the return of Hill and Bill to the White House and all the scandal and destruction that would bring. That mission seems to have been accomplished and we are glad to have played a part.
The candidate who is poised to defeat Hillary, however, is if anything more liberal and just as bad for America. Hillary may have exaggerated her experience, but Obama is just flat out inexperienced. Hillary may have tried to use the perceived centrism of her husband as shield, but Obama preaches a full throated liberalism without apology. Hillary may have had some radical connections in college, but Obama used his to gain political power in the corrupt politics of Chicago. Hillary may have played the hawk when it was useful, but Obama promises to meet with dictators and terrorists.
Obama will be the most liberal presidential candidate in a generation. And having stopped Hillary Clinton from grasping power it is equally important to stop Obama. To that end I am in the process of changing StopHerNow.com to Stop-Him-Now.com. Just because Hillary has been stopped doesn’t mean the threat has gone away. Obama’s style may be different but his radical agenda is just as dangerous.
Hillary is not likely to go quietly. She seems intent on litigating the seating of the Florida and Michigan delegations to her advantage. She will look to rack up big wins in Kentucky and Puerto Rico in a vain attempt to convince the superdelegates that she is the stronger candidate. She may take this fight all the way to the convention in August. Others have done it with far greater a deficit.
But, to borrow a phrase, I am ready to move on and focus on the presumptive nominee. It seems highly unlikely that Hillary would take advice from me, but in the odd chance she is listening: “Sorry, Hill, it’s over.”
Oh, and Barack? You’re next.
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