Tuesday, May 25, 2004

In a fundraising email to potential Democratic donors to the Kerry campaign, the New York Senator from Washongton, DC/Arkansas/Illinois took some shots at President Bush. Hillary Rodham (Clinton) wrote:

"If they get their way, you and I will be living in an America governed not by our hopes, but by our fears," Clinton wrote. "We'll be living in an America where we see our freedoms diminished when they ought to be embraced, our rights restricted when they ought to be strengthened."

Governing by fear? Who was it that created a "crisis" every time they needed to pass part of their political agenda? First we had the healthcare crisis, then the childcare crisis, the school lunch crisis, and so on. "Get behind us, or Newt Gingrich will kick granny out of the nursing home and steal junior's lunch money." Hillary knows all about governing by fear. She and her husband wrote the book on it.

And how about "seeing our freedoms diminished"? Wasn't it the Clinton administration that tried to violate the rights of the residents of federally funded housing projects by giving federal agents carte blanche to search them?

Hillary touched on another subject in the email with which she is intimately familiar:

"The Bush-Cheney campaign has blown $70 million on negative ads, but it is still tied in the polls with John Kerry," Clinton added.

Negative campaigning? How much of the Chinese government's money did the Clinton election and reelection campaigns spend on the services of professional dirt digger Terry Lenzner?

Senator Clinton must not have a high regard for the IQ/attention span of the electorate for her to feel so comfortable with such blatant hypocrisy.

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