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Friday
May232008

TOUGH KARMA HITS HILLARY HARD

When the traditional media and online political pundits declared that the Democratic race was over; that Barack Obama would be the nominee of the party after his pounding of Hillary Clinton in North Carolina and her razor edge victory in Indiana - it became clear that Tough Karma hit Hillary Clinton.  It was time for her to exit stage left.

While no one can predict exactly when Hillary Clinton will be forced to cut her deal with the Democratic party and negotiate the end of her candidacy, the signs are there that the packaging of her withdrawal exists in exchange for her support of the Democratic nominee for president.  The melodrama of the Democratic convention has lost some spirit as super delegates and party leaders call out for unity – seeking to defeat John McCain.

When the Democratic ticket emerges - John McCain will have to address the naivity of the Democratic party – wherein the apparent evil in our enemies is never addressed.  The idea that evil exists and America has fought on the side of rightfulness – the Democratic theology is based upon the principle that good exists in people, Republicans understand that evil dominates, independents such as this maverick writer just want the right person at the right time steering the ship - as the battle for the human soul takes place.

The campaign strategy for the presumptive Republican nominee John McCain is to distance himself from an association with the incompetent Bush-Cheney administration and to focus on the inclusive general election strategy of winning voters in both blue and red states - based upon the theme that when facing an evil empire that wants to destory us, without national security there will be no more America - fights about caucuses, superdelegates or counting votes will not matter.

 Let's stay with the idea that there is a future.


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