Hill/Bill ’08- Fuck the Left.
The Politics of the Reagan 80’s are back.
Vote Hillary ’08.
The progressive movement has made some great strides during the Bush occupation of the White House hell I even thought that the Democratic Party (I am btw not a registered Dem and have never voted blue) seemed to be on the same page, but then I read this quote:
“Some believe you get change by demanding it. Some believe you get it by hoping for it. I believe you get it by working hard for change. -Sen. Hillary Clinton
This is clearly attacking the progressives. She’s saying you’re lazy. She’s saying your a bum, a do nothing hippie. She’s saying that all of your activism, the past 60 years of the progressive movement can be summed up in the mentality of a stereotypical welfare mom. You want everything handed to you on a silver platter. You’re an ungreatful child.
This is the essential dogmatic difference between Clintonian Democrats and Progressive Democrats. Hill/Bill ’08 is trying to convince you that this Corpoartized Democratic Party is the same one that your Grandaddy voted for, the part of Roosevelt. They’re trying to convince you that corporations have a place deciding if you should get that liver transplant or not.
This is what you’ll be voting for in the democratic primaries.
Maybe I’m exaggerating this quote, maybe I’m pissed off that she’s running on the countries blurred memory of her husbands legacy, a legacy that brought us conservative wetdreams of NAFTA, welfare cuts and the constant bombing and economic blockade of Iraq that gave that country more dead children than Bush has hard as he might
Oh you forgot about that didn’t you. But you say she’s different she’s….well she’s a woman!
So she’s a woman, wow, that’s amazing. She shows that a woman, a mom in fact can sit idly by and watch her husband kill 1000 children a week. Wow, she’s got balls. Wow, her’s must hang lower than bubbas.
So vote for your woman, vote for a woman that proves that a female, a wife, a mother can do all that a man can do. Be proud. Hear her roar.
But Remember… she can cry. But not for your children, or anybody else’s.