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The Clintons’ Waterloo

I suspect that one day history will record this campaign as the Clintons’ political Waterloo. A campaign and a strategy clearly driven by their lust for power; and not in any way as a result of a genuine desire to serve and care for people. The voting public are beginning to understand this. Especially when they see with their own eyes, that the Clintons’ are prepared to do and say anything to win the nomination. As we speak, the Clinton policy of take no prisoners and win at any cost has reached its virtual point of no return. (NB.This prophetic story is repeated from February in view of unfolding events) Its title “Clintonism: Politics without Principle”.

Kevin – What were you thinking?

The scene of the recently elected Australian Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd on his first official visit in that role to the United States anointing George W Bush as an honorary citizen of Queensland, the home state of the PM as well as yours truly, was bad enough, but the TV images of Rudd meeting publicly and restating his friendship with Hillary Clinton did, as Clint Eastwood would have put it; “Not make my day”.

The Web she Weaves!

When Hillary Rodham Clinton bitterly observes replays of Barack Obama’s hand on the Bible standing next to the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, with the Capitol in the background in January, she will know she has become an outsider. That her brand of politics is no longer acceptable.

Clintonism! Politics without Principle.

Shocked and now desperate beyond belief at the rise and relentless rise of Obama,  the pressures on the Clinton campaign are now immense. There is no pleasant or easy way of commenting on the behaviour and paucity of ethics being displayed by one of the two remaining party’s seeking the Democratic Party’s nomination to contest the November general election for the office of […]