February 02, 2007
President Hillary Clinton? ...Lord Help Us!
One of the most crucial presidential elections of our era will take place in 2008. And the very thought of a Democrat, especially with the last name Clinton occupying the White House again-- is enough to make the "Statue of Liberty" drop her torch, and cause birds to fly backwards.
I believe that Hillary Clinton cares more about making history by becoming the first woman presidentâ€“above the well-being of the American citizens. She finds all conservatives deplorableâ€“
and right-wing conspirators--so how can she serve them as their president?
Just in case anyone hasnâ€™t noticed lately, we are in a political war here in America. And the outcome will determine whether or not our country survives and remains great or progresses toward a more dangerous secular status.
So when I point out how crucial the next presidential election isâ€“Iâ€™m not just whistling dixie.
It is obvious that the next president needs to be hard-core on getting the lax borders under control and stop the ongoing madness before it is too late, because it is obvious as a wart on a frog that President Bushâ€™s determination to eventually grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants is not going to change. In addition, he wants to completely bankrupt Social Security by rewarding undocumented workers with the benefit of drawing from the SS fund if they have worked at least 18 months in the United States when they reach retirement age. Since all retiring American workers have to meet certain requirements before advancing to drawing social security, not only is this a big slap in the faceâ€“it shows a pronounced inability to be sagacious.
I think the following recent email making the rounds says it best: Question-When you apply for welfare in Mexico what does the government give you? Answer: A map to the United States.
How can President Bush (with a straight face) assure us that he is dedicated to stopping terrorism in Americaâ€“while putting out the welcome mat for millions of foreigners to cross our porous borders breaking our laws? This type of ill-prepared approach to stopping potential terrorists entering through our borders is just plain insanity.
Right now the only person I see as a viable presidential candidate is Rep. Tom Trancredo. At least he is devoted to bringing out the real truth about what is really going on with the massive infiltration of illegal immigrants.
While more evidence mounts to indicate that an underground movement is on to form a North American Union with Mexico and Canadaâ€“the more it is obvious those in the know are dodging the issue like a person trying to step over thousands of poisonous snakes in tall weeds.
And we certainly donâ€™t need a leader who secretly hobnobs with one-world order enthusiasts all over the globe hoping for unification-- while hard-working Americansâ€™ pick up the tab for every rogue nation on the planet.
While it is important that the person elected president in 2008 have the capability-- to not only exercise restraint when allocating foreign aid-- it is also crucial for them to be able to communicate effectively with the leaders of every country, so relationships can remain strong without compromising the values or infringing upon the rights of American citizens.
President Bush declared ostentatiously that he intended to be a uniter not a divider during his campaign promises, and yet, we are more divided than we have ever been.
Whoever wins the presidency in 2008 is definitely going to have an uphill battle as far as trying to unite the American people and settle the Iraqi conflict in a way that will be beneficial to all concerned. And from one day to the next, Senator Hillary Clinton like her colleague Senator John Kerry-- canâ€™t seem to coordinate or balance her stance on the Iraqi war, because like her colleague she voted for the invasion and now still in step with him-- sheâ€™s against it. At least they have something in common.
With that being said: who in the world would really want to subject themselves to this type of a no win situation? ...other than Hillary Clinton . . . of course!
Going from President Bush to President Clinton #2-- is like jumping from the frying pan-- right back into the fire.
And thatâ€™s just my opinion! ### Kaye Grogan is a freelance writer who lives in Virginia. She writes, produces, and hosts a daily commentary called â€œViewpointâ€ on her local radio station. She has written op-eds and articles for the Daily Republican newspaper. She also writes editorials for online newspapers and local papers. Kaye has many published poems, one published book, and has been featured in a popular womanâ€™s national magazine. She is currently working on two books for children. Her hobbies include photography and she has won photo contests all over the world.