Monday, February 18, 2008

American Democrats Must Stop Fooling Themselves

Senator Hillary Clinton

From what I have been reading on the American presidential campaign so far, I am afraid to say that the traumatic political administration of President George W. Bush has done great damage to the political psyche of most Americans. The Democrats are more confused than the Republicans. In fact, President George W. Bush is having a good rapport with the Democrats in Congress and still calling the shots on the prosecution of the war in Iraq.
The Democrats in Congress are as guilty as the Republicans for the failures of the political administration of President George W. Bush.

President George W. Bush

Forget the political campaign promises of Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, because they are only bragging that they will bring the American Troops home from Iraq within a year. Only General David Petraeus, commander of US forces in Iraq, can tell how and when to withdraw American Troops from Iraq and not the smooth talking Senator Barack Obama or the tough talking Senator Hillary Clinton.

General David Howell Pertraeus

Behind the cameras, they are more interested in breaking their so-called highest glass ceiling and to make history as the first Man of color or first Woman to become the President of America than anything else.
In fact, that is why over 80% of African Americans are rushing en-masse like cattle to vote for Barack Obama and they careless about the war in Iraq.
How many African American soldiers or journalists have been killed in Iraq?
But White Americans have been killed in thousands.

Senator Barack Obama

Barack Obama's over publicized opposition to the war in Iraq is a premeditated political campaign strategy and not based on any Casus belli or rationale for the prosecution of the war on terror.

Let us stop beating about the bush like George Bush and state the facts.
Democrats must stop fooling themselves.

The sooner American Democrats stop being hypocritical and irrational, the better their chances of winning the presidential election.

Separate the wheat from the chaff before it is too late.

I have also posted this article as a commentary on the Huffington Post.

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