March 7th, 2008 01:32 EST
Tender Reflections On Hillary Clinton
Senator Hillary Clinton is blatantly playing the gender card. At almost every campaign appearance she mentions what a great victory it will be for women if she wins the Democratic nomination and the general election.
It's Hillary’s surname and an insatiable thirst for power that has carried her to the brink of victory-- not experience, charisma or a pleasant personality. If Hillary becomes president, she will be the one wearing the pants, only because her hubby's pants will be down at his ankles most of the time.
Hillary can't even control her own spouse, the first African-American president, who almost sabotaged her campaign with his foolish and reckless race-baiting. Imagine the uproar if John McCain's wife were as much of a meddler as Bill. Pundits and critics would argue that McCain was a weak man who wasn't qualified to be Commander-in-Chief.
Hillary is not running on a grand vision of hope or even a specific set of issues. She is running on a sense of entitlement. The White House is her prize for putting up with her philandering husband, and how dare Obama stand in her way?
Hillary came back from the dead by winning in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island, but at what price? She threw everything, including the kitchen sink, at Obama, thereby seriously damaging her Party and her opponent.
When I see video of Obama's supporters, I see beaming smiles and happy faces. When I see footage of Hillary's followers I see frowns and serious expressions. Obama inspires hope; Hillary inspires fear and loathing.Many of Hillary's most fervent supporters are middle-age women who are bound and determined to see a woman in the White House before they die, even if that woman is a cold-blooded monster.
If Hillary Clinton becomes president I will move to North Korea, learning a new language and begging for food will be a small price to pay to escape her hellish administration.