On the right, a cast ranging from teens to boomers, from cream-colored to deep roast coffee,
clasp hands aloft in victory. Behind Obama a giant blue banner pronounces:
On the left, another story. Hillary clutches a microphone like a lifeline in Nashua, N.H.,
and says this:
"When we talk about change, we need somebody who won’t just SAY change… What we need is somebody who can PRODUCE change, just like I’ve been doing for thirty-fiiiiive years."
Never has a phrase sounded so tired. The irony of the statement seems lost on Hillary. Just so
it’s not lost on you, please consider:
Hillary voted for the war on Iraq.
Hillary voted to give Bush power to do as he will with Iran.
Hillary hinted she might nuke Iran.
When it comes to diplomacy Hillary’s stated she’d be slow to talk to adversaries.
Hillary’s health care plan is much like Mitt Romney’s. It leaves in place the same old incentives
by which we all find ourselves over-prescribed, under-funded, and under-treated.
That’s the kind of "change" that makes us sicker, poorer, gets generations killed, and keeps the