Obama: A Third Clinton Term?

Hillary under consideration for Secretary of State


Reports indicate that President Elect Barack  Obama has Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton under consideration for Secretary of State.

Unfortunately, it seems that the incoming Obama administration is now shaping up to become the third Clinton term.

American voters in the 2008 Democratic Party presidential primaries and caucuses had decisively repudiated what appeared to be the overwhelming front-runner Senator Hillary Clinton in favor of Senator Barack Obama in order to avoid this result.

Then in the November 2008 national elections, the American people voted decisively for “change” from the policies of the long-discredited Bush Jr. Administration.

There is no evidence to believe they voted in order to return to the bad-old-days of the impeached and disgraced President Bill Clinton and his servitors. Yet it appears that is what the American people and the world at large are going to get. Far better than a third Bush Jr term under Senator John McCain  with   his Neo-Conservative advisors and Federalist Society lawyers. But certainly not what the American people voted for and deserve. 

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Articles by: Francis A. Boyle

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