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Battle Royal continues between Obama, Clinton

Posted by Stephen on March 6, 2008

It is well documented that people say Hillary Clinton will stop at nothing to discredit anyone that stands in her way, especially if it means a shot at the Presidency. Of course, those people are usually her opponents.

Supporters of Barack Obama have made it clear that they feel Clinton is obsessed with running a negative campaign.

In a Scottish newspaper called “The Scotsman” a column ran highlighting those very thoughts. In what the newspaper described as an “unguarded moment,” Obama foreign policy adviser Samantha Power said Clinton was stopping at nothing to catch up to Obama in the Democratic race.

“She is a monster, too — that is off the record — she is stooping to anything,” Power, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, told the newspaper.

Power called the remarks “off the record,” but apparently the newspaper had an agreement before the interview that all remarks were on the record.

Power also told the newspaper that Clinton was appealing to low-income voters by trying to suggest Obama would endanger their jobs.

“The amount of deceit she has put forward is really unattractive,” she said.

Hillary Clinton is part of one of the most destructive political machines the public has ever witnessed. Obama is simply in the cross hairs of Clinton’s ambition. If Obama can weather the storm and make headways in North Carolina and Mississippi, while keeping it close in Pennsylvania, little will be left for Clinton to claim.

Clinton long ago turned to the dark side of common decency and now there seems to be no turning back. Obama has stated that he is trying to strike a positive tenor during his campaign, but it strikes observers that Clinton won’t let the Illinois Senator maintain an above board campaign.

In politics it seems that one thing holds true; a lie becomes truth to the common citizen if it’s told long enough, loud enough and by enough staff members. Clinton tries to be the Pied Piper, but the electorate might not fall for such deceitful practices when a qualified contender stands in her way and offers voters an alternative.

While Obama might be the alternative voters are looking for, you can rest assured that Republican nominee John McCain is.

Stephen Winslow is the executive editor of Conservative Viewpoints.


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