February 4, 2008

Clinton Won't Commit To Renew Constitution!


Illinois Senator Barack Obama has finally signed the American Freedom Pledge, joining his fellow Democratic presidential candidates in encouraging the restoration of basic Constitutional principles after the battering they have taken during the Bush-Cheney era.

All the Democrats, that is, except New York Senator Hillary Clinton.


winkswink said...

While I think both Shill and Barack are deep into the "system," Obama's and his wife's roots are better and he offers some possibility, while we know we're going to get the hack, cracker race baiter couple on the other side.

I'm glad to see some incremental steps to the left, for what it's worth.

Also, we also can't rule out a Repub win again.

Volksgeist said...

I hear ya, but keep in mind Obama is every bit the CFR pawn as the rest of them. Sure hilldog may be more openly marxist than Obama, but he is still for big government. And quite frankly I find it ridiculous that the issue of Obamas racist church if off limits to talk about while romney and huckabee can be openly questioned on their religious standpoints. A man named Barak HUSSEIN Obama, cannot be questioned about his loyalty and history of his religious beliefs.
A man who refuses to put his hand over his heart and say the pledge of allegiance is not a man I think deserves citizenship let alone the presidency. Then again I am a patriot and get my marching orders from the constitution, not Das Kapital.

I know it is probably still a little out there for most people to come to accept, but the deck is stacked. republican/democrat, it is all the same. Slight differences, only there to give us a choice of flavor for who our sold out leader will be.

At the risk of sounding like a broken record let me point out that Ron Paul is the only candidate who is NOT on the Council on Foreign relations. He is the only candidate that supports a return to the constitution, you know that little piece of paper that the rest of the candidates neglect to mention let alone follow. ;)

winkswink said...

Speaking of stacked decks,

The likely Clinton-McCain General Election, with Terry McAuliffe running Hill's campaign, will be one facking boring war-mongering love fest: