As the Barack Obama campaign train sailed through South Dakota and Montana last Tuesday, it knocked Sean Hannity's "Stop Obama Express" to the wayside.
In my opinion, a "Stop Hillary Express" would have made a lot more sense. America does not like Hillary Clinton--that has been a well-known fact from the very start of her campaign in mid-2006. She could never count on the support even of a majority of Democrats. If you can't win the support of your own party, how can you present yourself as a credible representative of that party?
Mrs. Clinton is an artifact of the 1990s--when radical feminism was in vogue, when abortion was popular, when America was too comfortable for deep religious faith and moral conviction, when good looks and smooth talk were enough to get elected to the highest office in the land. That era has passed into the dustbin of history--and Mrs. Clinton should have passed into it as well, except for her unyielding thirst for power at any price and the slew of US mega-corporations from Wal-Mart to Diebold investing in her candidacy. who has been pretending that she could somehow lead our country into a brighter future.
I'll continue this post later. Until then, I look forward to the unraveling of the unholy alliance between Hannity and Hillary.