Home     Writers     Op/Ed     Book Reviews     News     Bookstore     Photoshops     Submit     Search     Contact Us     Advertise  
  You are here: 





Obama versus Clinton versus Plutocracy
Thursday, 13 December 2007 00:46
by Joel S. Hirschhorn

Here comes another inconvenient truth. Despite all the attention to Oprah for Obama and the pundit blabbering about the Democratic primary horse race the outcome has been predetermined. What people do not want to know is that power elites control what the Democratic ticket will be. When the primaries end the winner will be the reigning plutocracy.

Rich and powerful elites want Hillary Clinton in the White House if the Democrats get their turn in the rigged two-party system. Just one big problem: The establishment plutocracy wants her more than most Americans trust or like her. No matter how much she spends and no matter how many big name endorsements she gets, her phoniness and arrogance prevail. She would be America’s irritating Panderer-in-Chief. What to do?

For power elites the answer is crystal clear. Obama is too young and inexperienced and less trustworthy for the elites, meaning he is less corrupted by big money than Hillary. But he is perfect to offset Hillary’s negatives. A majority of voters can succumb to months of slick advertising promoting the first woman president and first black vice-president and future president. And eight years as vice president will train Obama to be an obedient Washington insider.

Known and very popular cialis coupon which gives all the chance to receive a discount for a preparation which has to be available and exactly cialis coupons has been found in the distant room of this big house about which wood-grouses in the houses tell.

Though Republicans will still mount a vicious attack on Clinton, Obama will moderate those efforts. Hillary can be the annoying bad cop that people fear and hate, while he is the good guy that people like and believe. And make no mistake: what friction exists between the two will be quickly replaced by their ambition. Obama will tell his supporters (and Oprah hers) to back the compromise ticket and he will negotiate a sweet deal to gain big influence as vice president like Cheney has had. Then we can all prey (delude ourselves) that he might curb Clinton’s tendencies to use military force rather than diplomacy, and create more terrible trade agreements and wasteful federal programs. Obama might even fight the assault on the middle class and rising economic inequality. Might.

U.S. News & World Report’s Paul Bedard made these points in 2006 about a Clinton-Obama ticket: “Some Republican advisers to the White House and leading 2008 hopefuls Sen. John McCain and Rudy Giuliani see the ticket as an easy winner built on the enthusiasm it would generate in Democratic circles. Their theory is that Clinton would stand a good chance to pick up the states that Sen. John Kerry won in 2004. While not enough to win the election on her own, the addition of Obama would help push closely divided states like Ohio over into the Democratic column, thereby giving the Clinton-Obama ticket the White House. …Obama could help soften Clinton's image and bring more African-American voters to the ticket as well as independents seeking real and symbolic change.” Exactly.

In April 2007 The New York Times political blog raised the same possibility and there were hundreds of wide-ranging comments. Though many expressed negativity about Clinton, many others showed enthusiasm for a Clinton-Obama ticket, as shown by the following five comments:

Clinton/Obama would be an unbeatable ticket. She has the experience as both a senator and she knows the foreign nations as her work as First Lady, remember Bill’s campaign slogan “Two for the price of one.” with Bill back in the White House, her as Pres, could surely let Obama earn his stripes and after 8 years will become what could be America’s first black president.

I too would love to see a Hillary-Obama ticket. I believe Obama would settle for a VP position because he is young, has served only 2 years as a US senator, and has a long career ahead of him.

If the Dems are smart, and I hope they are, the ticket will be Clinton-Obama and it will be unbeatable in 2008 and again in 2012. Then in 2016 and 20020 Obama will be top dog on the ticket thus providing sixteen years of a Democratic presidency.

Hey, Clinton/Obama is pretty powerful sounding! I’m all for it! You folks who have been programmed to hate Hillary need to get over it already. She is one smart woman who has more than enough experience in the white house and she will make one hell of a prez! Obama will learn a lot from president Clinton and will be ready to lead our great nation in 2016 or 17!

Obama and Hillary on the same ticket would be terrific. With these 2 candidates the country could become a democratic society for 16 years!

In sum, whenever you hear more chatter about the tight Democratic primary race take a breath. Get back in touch with your cynicism. Talk about change is for campaigns; protecting the status quo is for winners. Plutocrats know who they want and what voters can be conned into voting for. Despite primaries the ultimate outcome has already been determined by the faceless fat-cat plutocrats running and ruining our nation. Think Big Oil, Big Insurance, Big Pharma, Big Business, Big Law and Lobbying Firms, and Big Wall Street Money. They can pump in the money and endorsements to make Clinton the winner and the corporate mainstream media will assist.

Note that rigged-election-master Fidel Castro called the Clinton-Obama ticket “invincible.” And, as to a winning Clinton-Obama ticket, smarmy Fox News analyst Dick Morris said “I'm leaving the country if this happens." Hopefully more Fox News liars and idiots would do likewise. Does that possibility justify voting for that first-ever ticket? No. The better moral and patriotic decision is to not participate in the two-party criminal conspiracy we call our political system and not vote for any Democrat or Republican for federal office. Those supporting Clinton’s rivals eventually will see this truth.

Contact the author through www.delusionaldemocracy.com.
More from this author:
Field of Screams - The Real Election Winners and Losers (11082 Hits)
by Joel S. Hirschhorn Forget political correctness.  The revolution has NOT arrived!  Bush is still president.  The...
Third Parties Fight for American Democracy (11143 Hits)
by Joel S. Hirschhorn A great democracy offers citizens sharp political choices. That’s what gives political freedom meaning. With ...
Honest Centrism for Populist Democracy (11957 Hits)
by Joel S. Hirschhorn The United States has lost its center through destructive centrifugal politics. America seems spinning out of control....
Economic Apartheid Kills (11058 Hits)
by Joel S. Hirschhorn To be successful in overturning our elitist plutocratic system we should add economic apartheid to our...
Class War Weapon of Choice – For the Holidays and All Days (8108 Hits)
by Joel S. Hirschhorn The motto of the United States of Consumption is “In More We Trust.”  The contribution of American culture to...
Related Articles:
Texas Versus Tel Aviv: US Policy in the Middle East (11848 Hits)
 By James Petras The struggle within the US power structure between the economic empire builders (EEB) and the civilian ...
Prisoners of Envy: Wal*Mart Nihilism Versus the Punk Rock of Blogging (7481 Hits)
by Phil Rockstroh The Holiday Season has arrived, unfolding before us, like a cheap vinyl wallet, here in The United States of American...
The US and the Middle East: A “Grand Settlement” Versus the Jewish Lobby (13694 Hits)
by James Petras Chances for a change in the direction of US Middle East policy are extremely unlikely. The reason is the growing power of...
Is Barack Obama Ready to Be Leader of the Free World? (7226 Hits)
by Ed Kociela The question isn't if America is ready for a black president. The question is if Barack Obama is ready to be president. ...
Hillary Clinton and the Pro-Israel Lobby - The Semiotics of Iniquity (5993 Hits)
by Joshua Frank George W. Bush's position on Iran is "disturbing" and "dangerous", reads a position paper written in...

Add this page to your favorite Social Bookmarking websites
Comments (1)add comment

Dale Mastarone said:

Ron Paul will cure your apathy!
We need national health care now to cure the disease of apathy, and certainly, Joel, you are infected when you suggest not voting for any candidate of either party. The "choices" mainstream media and the plutocrats offer is their chosen few, and Hillary, Barak, Rudy, Mitt et al in the one party with two names will obey their taskmasters if elected. Except for one, Doctor Ron Paul, MD, highly skilled at curing apathy. Although he is a candidate listed as "Republican" -- he opposes most Republican policies -- and most Democrat policies, too. If it isn't allowed by the Constitution, then ten-term Congressman Ron Paul has consistently, without fail, voted against it whether it was spending, Iraq, [un]Patriot Act, you name it. Ron Paul is not the lesser of two evils, he is NOT evil, he is a kind, caring compassionate man that keeps his word. He is the ONLY fit candidate for the presidency among all the contenders because he is the only one serving in public office that has NEVER violated his oath of office sworn. All the rest are politicians -- and it does not take long to search their records in public office to find violations of their oaths. On the other hand, I humbly suggest that it is impossible to find any instance where Ron Paul, in nearly twenty yeas as a United States Representative, violated his oath sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution against ALL enemies, both foreign and domestic. It is the domestic enemy we must recognize as most fearsome -- and domestic enemy number one is the grouping of plutocrats that have "owned" the office of presidency for many, many decades. Ron Paul has never been for sale -- except to individual American citizens. Now, having said that, and after you have carefully studied Ron Paul's record and identified him as a true patriot, is it possible that you will rescind your statement to not vote for ANY Republican for federal office?
December 13, 2007
Votes: +0

Write comment
smaller | bigger



Top 123