I got up last night and heard something pleasurable for once and I wanted to discuss it early because it has tremendous implications and I wanted to get it out before I have to go to the VA shortly. I first want to say the outage yesterday of the internet throughout the middle east was no accident nor was it a coincidence that Israel and certain others who just happen to be of interest to us was no accident.We discussed it yesterday and I recommend you look at the link about HAARP. It will be denied of course but it is a fact and it will be used to control the world and its future to our interests.
I have to digress to discuss the love fest that occurred last night between Obama and Hillary. I have said many times in the past that the old Right is wrong and dead and that we are the new Right. We are the new compassionate conservatives out of necessity to bring our Nation together after Bush has ripped it apart with his perverted version. I am happy to see that the Republican party is more divided than ever between the the purist warmongers McCain and Giuliani and the Religious war mongers Romney and Huckabee. I hope it continues to divide the party and many Republicans and independents will come over to the democrats realizing that we can unite and protect America while bringing her back to where she was before Bush destroyed her to create his version.
Last night we came together! Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama spent their last debate before next week's Super Tuesday contests pointing out differences on Iraq, health care and the economy -- but without all of the finger-pointing that's marked their campaigns. The exchange was in sharp contrast to previous debates because of the absence of political sniping, yet was one of the most substantive policy discussions yet in the race for the nomination. On Iraq, Obama said he'd be more able to end the war because he opposed it from the beginning. He said Clinton's vote to authorize the use of force there would undermine her efforts to bring it to an end. Both Obama and Clinton said they support ending the war. On health care, Obama defended a plan he says would make insurance affordable to everyone who wants it, but not require everyone to buy it.
The Illinois senator said his proposal would require that all children be covered and allow young people to remain on their parents' health insurance up to age 25 -- but would not require adults to purchase care. "Every expert who looks at it says there won't be anybody out there who wants health care who will not be able to get it," he said. Hillary said "It is so important that as Democrats, we carry the banner of universal health care. The pair praised former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards, who dropped out of the Democratic race this week. Both are vying for his supporters. Picking up his causes will make an Obama Hillary ticket unbeatable!
Thursday's debate differed from the last time the two took to a stage together -- at a contentious January 21 debate in South Carolina in which the front-runners peppered each other with sharp attacks. In contrast, on Thursday the two smiled, laughed at each other's jokes and repeatedly complimented the other when they agreed. Obama got laughs when asked about how he might counter Republican charges against "tax-and-spend liberal Democrats." "Well, first of all, I don't think the Republicans are going to be in a real strong position to argue fiscal responsibility, when they have added $4 trillion or $5 trillion worth of national debt. I am happy to have that argument," he said.
**This is absolutely perfect! Laying to rest both past barriers at once by nominating and electing both a Black man and a Woman. Oh the implications! This would be perfect! Billary would be Obama's Cheney! It is a role Hillary and Bill are well suited for. Obama and Hillary have the finesse to bring America together and back again! I would no longer be concerned about Obama getting assassinated for the same reason Bush would not be. the alternative would be much worse. An assassinated Bush would bring the horror of Cheney. To the right an assassination of Obama would bring the distasteful reality of Billary at the helm. I am almost giddy at the prospects of our future now!