The Clintons will do anything—anything—to win the nomination for Hillary, the popular vote be blasted. The filing of lawsuits, the dangling before the noses of superdelegates of various irresistible blandishments—whatever it takes, the Clintons will do. Without compunction. Even with a certain glee. Regardless of the popular vote going into the convention, therefore, Hillary Clinton, and not Barack Obama, will emerge with the nomination.All is coming together for the queen to ascend the throne. Quiet are those who forecast Obama to ultimately capture the Democratic nomination. Obama has a past, he has baggage which has only begun to be dredged up. His deceptive shiftiness continues and fewer there be who believe.
An angry Obama told reporters yesterday he was "outraged" by what he called a "performance" by Jeremiah Wright at the National Press Club in Washington on Monday and added that he was "saddened by the spectacle."The key point to remember is the Clinton's are ruthless to their ends. The super delegates will decide to follow Rodham and the nomination will be hers. McCain's campaign will implode and she will become the first black female president. The dark cloud rises.
Wright used the forum to reiterate some of his charges against the U.S. government, including his suggestion that the government invented the AIDS virus to destroy "people of color."