Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Keith Goes After Hillary in a Special Comment

For the first time Keith turns his blistering commentary on a democrat. There is a difference to this one, though. When hitting Bush or Cheney or any other Bushite there has only been anger and contempt, all well deserved, well-aimed and well said. But this time he goes after Hillary Clinton and there is obvious pain in his face and voice that he needs to do this, and he pleads with Hillary to change course. There is still anger and his commentary is still very much to the point and very, very biting and he's saying all the things I've been thinking for weeks. I voted for Hillary here in California but if the vote happened today I would go for Obama.

At the end of the second to last debate it looked like Hillary was going to take the high road even if it meant she lost and I breathed a sigh of relief, but only days later she turned the negative rhetoric into high gear and it's been getting worse ever since. It's already at the point where if she gets the nomination I will still vote for her but very, VERY reluctantly. And I won't be voting for her but against McCain, who I think will be as bad as Bush since Bush has already set the course of MacCain's presidency. At one time I would have been very happy to vote for her but not any more, her scorched earth policy, to win at any cost is just too distasteful and getting worse every day.

Some have even said she is trying to make sure Obama will lose to McCain if he gets the nomination so she will be able to run again in 2012. Unfortunately, that she could be so cynical and would be willing to screw the country over just to get her win, is not all that hard to believe.


Sue said...

Wow, I'm glad you put this up here.

Please, please, please don't vote for her against McCain. Don't forget, by the time the election comes, there are OTHER parties that have candidates running. There will be other choices.

Until I had seen this, I didn't know what the hoopla was about, so thanks again.

KevinBBG said...

You are welcome. But I must insist very strongly that we absolutely MUST vote for whoever the democrat is, otherwise McCain will be president and that is the worst of all possible outcomes. The country might not survive it. The jury is still out on whether we will survive Bush's rule but if we can it will be because we make a dramatic change of direction as soon as we can. 4 more years of Republican rule can end everything America was supposed to stand for. At the moment there is still a spark and it's possible to fan it into a full flame. That might not be true four years from now.