Gore/Clinton 2012 Fading, but Hillary is Golden

Back in mid June, I wrote this.  Al Gore and Hillary Clinton would be successful primary challengers to Obama.  I think this very early prediction may need some adjusting.

Al Gore has recently joined the quickly backfiring liberal trend of charging opponents with racism in any context.  Gore, whose own father voted against the Civil Rights Act, said that global warming deniers should be treated like racists.  So, Mr. Gore, as a global warming denier myself, I’ll be expecting a gift-wrapped tie on Father’s Day.

Of course, Gore’s timing is terrible.  This is also the week that Andre Carson declared that TEA Party members would like to see blacks hanging from trees.  The constant charge of racism, especially towards a multi-racial group like the TEA Party, is getting stale and ridiculous.  At this point, Democrats who make charges of racism every time someone disagrees with them have lost credibility.

Enter Hillary 2012.  Back in June I didn’t think Hillary would have success at the head of the ticket because she lost in 2008 and has worked for Obama ever since.  In fact, hiring Biden and Clinton were probably the smartest things Obama has done politically. Now, I think she may have a better chance.

The worse things get, the more nostalgia sets in.  People start to fool themselves into thinking Hillary could be as moderate as her husband became when Newt ran Congress.  Already, 32% of Democrats are admitting they need a primary challenger.

Hillary could pull a Rick Perry, riding a wave of anti-current field sentiment and quickly becoming the front runner.  By entering the race now, she would be a fresh face.  She would carry the excitement of being something new and different.  She would bring change, the only thing more distracting to a Liberal than a shiny object.  She could offer the Democrats everything Obama has failed to deliver on, even though her similar policies would produce the same results.

If ever Hillary was going to be President, 2012 would be her year.

 

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  1. […] Gore/Clinton 2012 Fading, but Hillary is Golden (via White House 2012) September 5, 2011 by TooDamnEZ Back in mid June, I wrote this.  Al Gore and Hillary Clinton would be successful primary challengers to Obama.  I think this very early prediction may need some adjusting. Al Gore has recently joined the quickly backfiring liberal trend of charging opponents with racism in any context.  Gore, whose own father voted against the Civil Rights Act, said that global warming deniers should be treated like racists.  So, Mr. Gore, as a global warming den … Read More […]

  2. No matter which Useful Idiot they choose to run, they’re going to lose in a landslide.

    Burke: Do Democrats forget what Hillary is all about? by Alana Burke http://bit.ly/cU3xQP

    Bill & Hillary Clinton: Their Secret Life – Part 1 of 12

    “There is really little point in detailing Clinton’s vote-by-vote record on the Second Amendment. That’s because every single time there has been a gun-related vote in the Senate that GOA has tracked, Sen. Clinton has voted anti-gun. Without fail, she opts to restrict the rights of Americans to keep and bear firearms — 100% of the time.
    http://www.gunowners.org/pres08/clinton.htm

    Who was Saul Alinsky? http://bit.ly/2BRYVA (Hillary’s college thesis on Alinsky is mentioned.)

  3. I voted for Hillary in the primaries and was disappointed when she did not get the nomination. I like Obama and I understand his desire to pull the two parties together but this is a strategy that just is not going to work with the 112th congress, so I think he needs to set this ideology aside and move on. However, if Hillary decided to get into the 2012 race, I would definately be supporting her. Would her policies be like Obamas, some of them maybe but I think Hillary was very involved in the decision making when Bill was in office and even with all the negative flack they got with the GOP, they stood strong and some really good things were done for this country. I don’t believe that the GOP would get away with trying to push her around like they are doing with Obama

  4. I am very afraid of a Hillary run. As the author states, people are beginning to look back at the Clinton years and think everything was perfect, not remembering that it was because the GOP took the house that forced Bill to the center. Hillary is not a moderate. If she had won the presidency in 2008, we would be in roughly the same shape we’re in now, because she is just as far left as O’idiot, and would come to office with what she would preceive as a mandate.
    The only hope for this country is a conservative with majorities in both houses. It will be a tough job to undo all the damage this president has done, but it can be done.

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