Hillary Isn’t Going Away Quietly

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I’ve got to wonder if Hillary is running for 2012, Vice-President, or President.

Clearly everybody in the Democratic party isn’t sold on Obama with Hillary’s rout in Kentucky yesterday.

And she’s fighting to seat Florida’s and Michigan’s delegates at the Democratic National Convention in Denver this August, according to ABC News.

Personally, I think she is confident she can still win in the back room, and that’s got to have Obama losing sleep at night.

Elect Obama for a Second Term of Jimmy Carter

Democrats are constantly parroting their party line that McCain would be the equivalent of a third term for President Bush.

While McCain is markedly different from Bush in a wide assortment of ways, such as global warming, spending cuts and the estate tax, it is hard to look at Obama without seeing the peanut farmer from Georgia.

Obama supporters prefer to liken Obama to JFK. I wish. JFK was a hawk that supported tax cuts.

Some “Change We Can Believe In” like Obama’s “windfall profits tax”? How did that go during the Carter administration?

Obama runs around with his “tax cuts for the wealthy.” Check, another Carterism.

Obama thinks he can chat up the leaders of our enemies and work his magic. How did that Iran thing work out, Jimmy? There was the famous kiss between Carter and Brezhnev. Besides creeping out Leonid, what did Jimmy accomplish there?

Obama pledges to stop the research and deployment of a missile defense. Carter had the same grand idea. Reagan created the system and ended the Cold War.

Carteresque policies that Obama champions amounted to raised unemployment rates, interest rates and inflation rates into the double digits back in the 1970s.

Second verse, same as the first. Obama promises “change” to once again measuring things with a “Misery Index” and a country in a “malaise”.

Welcome Back, Carter.

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