Copyright 10.06.10 By CK Hunter
Keep in mind as you read the article referenced below that once upon a time, in my foolish lesbian feminist liberal youth, I actually admired Hillary Clinton. Those days are now long gone.
The only thing that could be worse than an Obama re-election in 2012 would be an Obama-Hillary re-election. That would open the doors to total illuminati control of the country in strange new ways that no one has actually imagined yet. Hillary has proven herself to be a devoutly loyal CFR mouthpiece for the hidden ruling elite over and over again, and she will carry forth any hidden agenda they give her to the letter.
We need solid female leaders in this country, but we do not need Hillary as VP in 2012. We need independent American patriot Christian women leaders who cannot be corrupted, and who cannot and will not be puppeteered illuminati mouthpieces for the Godless globalist new world order crowd. We need intelligent well educated moderates who will direct their energies toward the real problems of this country, instead of wasting time and credibility by trying to scapegoat American gays and lesbians for everything they perceive to be wrong with America. The far radical right within the American Tea Party movement is destroying the integrity and credibility of the movement by doing what Bush did for eight years, trying to make the fictitious “gay agenda” the make believe enemy of America.
I was born gay and I am NOT going to argue with anyone about it. It’s no one business what my sexual predisposition is but me and God’s.
There is no “gay agenda” other than achieving the same civil rights that other American citizens have. Those in the Tea Party movement who are now trying to make the “gay issue” their calling card are destroying the credibility of the movement.
Hillary may be gay friendly, but she is also much more “illuminati friendly” than I am comfortable with. Moderate conservative Christian women are now needed desperately in American government, more than ever before, to restore a sense of balance and sanity to the current derangement which is appearing in political circles.
I never before this year began to equate “Christian far right” with neo-nazi fascist politics but I see threads and slivers of of the nazi mindset apeearing on the far right fringes of the tea party. I am sounding the call for sanity. Get a grip people. Gay people are not “the enemy” here.
The hidden powers that be, those who run the country from behind the coat tails of public American politicians, are the ones who we need to confront. Begin with the Bilderberg crowd, and follow the money.
October 6, 2010 9:17 AM
Obama-Clinton Ticket in 2012? White House, Clinton Dismiss Woodward Remark That It’s “On the Table”
Longtime Washington reporter Bob Woodward said Tuesday night that the possibility of a Barack Obama- Hillary Clinton presidential ticket in 2012 was “on the table,” but the White House is shooting down that idea.
“Some of Hillary Clinton’s advisers see it as a real possibility in 2012,” Woodward said on CNN. “President Obama needs some of the women, Latinos, retirees that she did so well with during the 2008 primaries and, so they switch jobs, not out of the question.”
However, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said today that reports the secretary of state will replace Vice President Joe Biden are “absolutely not true,” CBS News White House correspondent Mark Knoller reports. Gibbs said that President Obama thinks Biden is doing an “extraordinary job” and that choosing Biden to be vice president was one of the best decisions he’s made. Gibbs added that the president is “quite pleased” with Clinton’s performance.
White House senior adviser David Axelrod was more blunt: “It’s complete bulls**t,” he said, CBS News White House correspondent Chip Reid reports.
Meanwhile, a source close to Clinton said the rumor is “the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard,” Reid reports. The source said no one close to Clinton is pushing for that change.
There has long been chatter in Washington that Mr. Obama should make Clinton the next in line. Columnist Sally Quinn wrote an opinion piece in the Washington Post in June entitled, “Hillary Clinton should be Obama’s vice president.”
A recent Gallup poll showed that voters may even be open to the idea of Clinton replacing Mr. Obama: 37 percent of Democrats surveyed said they would support Clinton if she were to challenge the president in 2012. Clinton has said unequivocally in previous interviews that she has no intention to run for president again, but that hasn’t stopped her supporters from hoping. In fact, the first 2012 presidential ad to air on television was in support of Clinton.
Update: At the 12th Annual Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit today, Clinton brushed off speculation that she would replace Biden, CBS News State Department reporter Charlie Wolfson reports.
“I think the vice president is doing a wonderful job,” Clinton said. “He’s a great friend of mine. We work together closely. He’s an expert on foreign policy, he chaired the foreign relations committee in the Senate for years and we have a great relationship, and I have absolutely no interest and no reason for doing anything other than just dismissing these stories and moving on because we have no time. We have so much to do, and I think both of us are very happy doing what we’re doing.”
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