Monica Crowley over at Humanevents.com has an interesting article called, "The Real Fairy-Tale" about Bill Clinton as the Mythical "First Black President" and his real efforts to help his wife defeat the candidate that might become the real "First Black President." The article points out that Bill Clinton may have taken his rhetoric one step to far and is assumption of minority support two steps past that. Here are some quotes:
In comments to a newspaper last week, the Candidate [Obama]seemed to casually mention that Ronald Reagan had changed the country "in ways that Richard Nixon did not" and "in ways Bill Clinton did not." He did three crucial things here: 1. he acknowledged that 2008 is a change election year on the scale of 1980; 2. he acknowledged that Reagan was a vitally important change agent (hello, conservatives!); and 3. he hit back at the Mythical First Black President [Clinton], perhaps falling into a trap set for him by the MFBP’s Team in order to reinforce how “naïve” and “inexperienced” he is.
But this may be the only way the Candidate [Obama] can deal with the reality that the Mythical First Black President [Clinton] isn't just a surrogate for the Wife, but is himself running for a third term.
On Monday’s Good Morning America, the Candidate said, "Bill has taken his advocacy on behalf of his wife to a level that I think is pretty troubling. He continues to make statements that are not supported by the facts....This has become a habit, and one of the things that we're going to have to do is to directly confront Bill Clinton when he's making statements that are not factually accurate."
I don'r care if it is the DEMS that are pointing out the Clinton fraud, I'm just glad someone is...."say anything to get elected" politics needs to be stopped in this country and now.
Read Here: http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=24600