I, for one, do not look forward to Hillary Clinton winning the nomination. If she does, the Democratic party will go down in flames. The only ones left will be the Hispanics, because they are the only group still fooled by the Clintons. I and others are not fooled. As a black woman, I feel the Clintons' treatment of Lani Guinier was incomprehensible. I hate to break it to Clinton supporters, but she was not and is not entitled to the presidency. Just because her husband went on The Arsenio Hall Show and played the saxophone, which won over black folks, doesn't mean she is more qualified than Obama. When Bill Clinton bought the office space in Harlem, I knew what the deal was then. That move was to help solidify the black New York vote for Hillary when she ran for President. They had a plan when he became governor of Arkansas. Another thing is, Where is her experience exactly? Being First Lady is no qualification for President. It does mean she can host a function at the White House but nothing more. She got the healthcare position because of her husband. Maybe if she had more healthcare experience, she might not have had the disastrous results she had. In either case, it's plain to see that the Clintons are only out for themselves and those that put money in their pockets. fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.
Mar 7 2008 - 4:29pm