Saturday, September 29, 2007

Already Sick of the Clinton Crime Wave


Hillary Clinton's Treasurer Andrew Grossman is in trouble for allegedly hiding $712,000 in campaign contributions. There is evidence that Hillary knew, but the authorities seem determined to ignore it. Read about it here.

What is it with these people? Do you remember the first Clinton administration where it seemed like everyone around them was dirty, yet somehow it would never land on them? Surrounded by scoundrels and yet somehow always innocent themselves. Yeah, right. It seems the only lesson Hillary has learned from her past is that she can get away with anything.

First Norman Hsu, and now this. And the campaign season is still very young. The scandals will continue until Clinton Fatigue once again reaches mind-numbing proportions, but the Clintons will remain untouched. In Washington, so many are dirty that by mutual assent they ignore one another's dirt.

Even when Bush and the Republicans controlled the Senate, it seemed like there was no interest in investigating the Clinton's many questionable activities. The polices of the Bush administration seem very similar to those of Clinton's, the main difference being where, not if, foreign interventions take place. The continuity of policy and the refusal to seriously investigate one another's possible criminal activities cause me to refer to the last twenty years as "the Bush-Clinton" administration. I am not sure we can make it through eight more years of Bush-Clinton.

Republicans need to run an un-Bush candidate in order to have a chance to win, but they show no signs of getting their act together. So far, it looks like it will be Clinton Crime Wave, part deaux.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

First, we need to rule out CFR members as candidates.

I believe that leaves us with Hunter, Paul, Tancredo, Cox, Keyes, and (gulp) Huckabee- the latter I believe would join if invited.

Isn't it curious how all the "top tier" candidates are CFR?

10:11 PM, September 29, 2007  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

I agree completely. Three I would vote for and feel great to decent about would be Paul, Tancredo, and Hunter. In that order.

3:52 PM, September 30, 2007  

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