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Color me a woman overboard from the Hillary Express. A lifelong Democrat, I cannot imagine a worse fate for my political party, or for that matter the United States of America, than bringing this ship to port.

Democratic candidates who can win next November do, in fact, exist. Yet, the national news media doesn’t publicize the credentials of candidates like Joe Biden or Chris Dodd. Rather, the media consistently downplays these candidates' political prowess, accomplishments, and admirable experience.

Like some vast left wing conspiracy, media conglomerates and their minions continue to herald Clinton as the clear Democratic frontrunner. Their blatantly obvious bias is not so much indefensible as it is incomprehensible. Hillary is nothing more than one of seven credible challengers perched behind an uncut ribbon at a pre-dawn marathon. Still, the media proclaims she will handily win the nomination as well as the presidency.

It’s time the American people sent a message to the national news media and vote their own minds in the upcoming primaries. Democracy cannot function effectively unless each American formulates and voices an opinion about the candidate who best reflects their individual needs and interests.

I, for one, will not hand Mrs. Clinton my party's nomination on a silver platter. I thumb my nose at media elite, and throw my support behind any other Democratic contender, going so far as to pledge my vote in the general election to the Republican – any Republican – if my party nominates this pathetic excuse for a candidate. Here’s why:

1. Clinton does not have the credentials to lead America. She has no track record of successful management of any large organization. She has never led the charge for successful passage of any consequential legislation. Even liberal Democrats give Hillary a pitiful 60% approval rating for piggyback voting, i.e. a failing grade on legislation Clinton supported but did not initiate.

2. She is ethically unsuitable for the office of president. Clinton will do or say anything to get elected. Her recorded support on opposite sides of the same issue recently came home to roost. This isn’t the first time opponents have caught Hillary in the act of doublespeak. Not long ago, Clinton equivocated her stance on the Iraqi war, stating, “I do not think it is smart strategy to set a date certain.” More recently, she introduced legislation setting a date certain to bring the troops home.

3. Clinton casually employs intimidation, marginalization, and fear of elimination to silence detractors. As first lady, Clinton viciously vilified numerous women levying sexual harassment charges against hubby Bubba. Her disingenuous finger pointing exemplifies the depths she is willing to sink to deflect blame. Had Monicagate not blossomed into a full-blown national scandal, Hillary very well may have destroyed the lives of numerous womanized victims.

4. Clinton leads the pack in campaign fundraising only because her campaign consistently violates FEC regulations. Fundraising for her 2000 senate campaign, as documented by former supporter, Peter F. Paul, is a brewing scandal unreported by national news organizations. Most likely, this is because three branches of government linked to Bubba’s administration systematically banded together to discredit Mr. Paul. His personal lawsuit against the Clintons remains pending in civil court despite numerous set backs. Google mysteriously banned the trailer video documenting Clinton’s campaign fundraising violations, a brewing scandal in its own right. The former embed code no longer functions, although edited videos continue to play online … for now.

5. Clinton’s presidential campaign is tainted by a distinctive “kook factor.” Can she appeal to enough Americans? The short answer is no. Just recently, an Iowa waitress involved in a minor tipping flap made a curiousabout face following serious criticism directed against Clinton. Circumstantial evidence shows a heavy-handed response to this imagined controversy, thereby raising the specter of deeply entrenched paranoia in the Clinton campaign. A Hillary presidency could make the Nixon years seem like the ministry of Mother Theresa. For anyone who survived this chapter of American history, the prospect is terrifying.

6. Twenty years of Clintons and Bushes have not exactly positioned America for prosperity. If anything, the nation has regressed. Take, for example, the shrinking value of the American dollar against the Israeli shekel. Reduced American buying power in a second world nation formerly besieged by rampant inflation is simultaneously sobering and humiliating. Now is the time to send a fresh face to Pennsylvania Avenue, not more of the same expecting a different result.

7. Sure, I’d like to see a woman president in my lifetime. Unfortunately, this particular woman is as spineless as a jellyfish, a repulsive characteristic in any politician, let alone one vying to become leader of the free world. Hillary knows she’s just another face in Congress without Bubba. Despite impeachment and national scandal, that’s precisely the reason she stayed married to him. What's the difference between Billary’s relationship and that of Prince Charles and Princess Diana? At least Diana had the courage to recognize the whorish nature of their marriage and get out.

8. Clinton’s socialist tendencies will wreak havoc on this staunchly capitalistic society, eventually bringing the United States to its knees. Top earners, movers and shakers, and successful entrepeuners can migrate to greener pastures if forced to support the do-nothings and do-littles of America. That’s exactly what other countries are banking upon and likely why so many foreigners are the most vehement Clinton supporters.

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About Cheryl Taragin

  • Marcia L. Neil

    Clinton was led to champion causes to put plaintiffs to work as examples of human resources not securely managed; and the spouse-candidate might be on the same misguded track.

  • missed you

    The author of this articl is an idiot! That is all.

  • “She is ethically unsuitable for the office of president. Clinton will do or say anything to get elected.”

    No, this actually makes her qualified.

  • Everton

    You are an idiot. Obama and Ewards cannot win in the general election for several reason. but, without boring you with a list, i’ll be brief.

    John Edwards said said the war on terror was nothing but a “bumper sticker.” Now, while I may agree, it would be a republican field day to run commercials on that.

    Sen. Obama suffers from your points 1 and 8 above, but in a much more severe way. In addition, you don’t have to be a genius to know that Al Sharpton, Oprah, and Jesse Jackson will turn swing voters off. But his biggest problem is that, most people will not trust him to be commander-in-chief. A BIG difference between him and JFK is that JFK fought in WWII.

    With regard to Hillary, need I remind you that Gov. Bush had ALL of the issues you listed above in 2000 (including the dynasty thing)? Guess who won that contest. The last President to win of the merits was probably JFK. Everyone since (save Clinton) won by riding coat tails, or having a really bad opponent. All of the flaws listed above are not disqualifiers, because in case you don’t know GWB would still beat Kerry in 08 if he could run, because he knows how to win despite all of his MAJOR flaws as a candidate.

    Clinton has the best chance among the candidates BECAUSE of her flaws. This is not some video game. nominate somebody else, the republicans win and Roe v Wade is gone, Iran goes Iraq, and the dollar falls below the peso. Grow up and join the bandwagon. Don’t be like the 97000 idiots that voted for Nader in 2000 in FL.

  • Dave

    Finally some straight talk on Hillary. She’s not the only candidate, just the one corporate media conspired to give to the democrats so we get another republican in 2008. Why not vote your conscious?

    Do you want out of the war when the new president starts his or her term? Do you want to live in a democracy instead of the representative government we have now?

    Then vote Mike Gravel. You’ll be glad you did.

    Learn about gravel here: gravel2008.us

  • citizen

    Atleast somebody has some sense.

  • Lumpy

    Obama and Edwards can’t win? Well a poll out today shows Hillary losing by 3 to 5 points to any of the top 5 republicans including Huckabee. The dems ought to dump her as fast as they can.

  • john polifronio

    Wow! I don’t know where to start. More from the old republican goon squad, trying desperately to change the voting system in California, to suit Giuliani, so fearful are they, of this woman. It’s amusing to see republicans so completely apoplectic at the prospect of being beaten by a “woman,” no less. Every point made by Taragin, is either false on its face, a gross exaggeration, or, is a quality, or fault, if you will, shared by all the dem candidates, and that actually qualifies Hillary for the presidency.
    I’m voting for this First Lady.

  • If any Democrats change their primary votes because of the poll Lumpy cites, they deserve to lose.

    Any of the top 3 Dems have a better than even chance to beat any of the top 4 GOP candidates, because of:
    1. the war
    2. pessimism about the economy
    3. the war
    4. health care
    5. the war
    6. the other “war” – allegedly on terrorism, but actually waged against our own self-respect as a democracy, distorted and demeaned by the incompetence of the current administration

    My predictions may not mean much this far out, but neither do polls.

    PS This article is terrible, and in fact constitutes a “kook factor” all by itself. Unproven allegations and an unpleasant attitude do not in themselves tell us very much that is useful.

  • Debbie

    Wow, what a bitter woman. So she’s in Maryland taking care of her hubby? Maybe her hubby should start taking care of her.

  • Debbie, a lot of Democrats both on the far left and in the middle are pretty bitter right now and feel like their party has betrayed them.


  • epillay34

    The author of this article ought to read Carl Bernstein’s book “A Woman In Charge” before she embarrasses herself any further. This piece is the work of someone with too much time on her hands and not enough brains in her head. Shameful and ridiculous.

  • Joe Biden or Chris Dodd could win in a general election? And I thought Ron Paul supporters were naive!

  • Hot topic? Of course! Love all the comments – positive and negative, although personal attacks such as “idiot” make the people who post them look stupid. If you disagree, then tell me why. I’m ready to listen if you point me to facts. So far, no detractors have.

    Take for example comment #4. My article specifically mentions Biden and Dodd, yet the comment goes to great lengths to discredit Edwards and Obama. Yikes. Not going to go there.

    Comment #9 – we’ll just agree to disagree, although I’m surprised that you’ve characterized my reasons – backed by links to factual information – as unproven allegations. Did you even bother to watch the videos? If not, you should. I’m not the one with the evidence – just the one reporting it. Okay maybe I did show some unpleasant attitude in reasons #7 and #8, but this woman rubs me the wrong way. I am only human. On the other hand, if you see unpleasant attitude in the other six reasons, it is only because you haven’t reviewed the facts objectively. I wish you would do so. Then feel free to post some facts and links of your own. We’ll see who makes the better case.

    Comment #10 – I just don’t know how to respond. I’m not bitter and that was not the tone of this article. Your comments add nothing of substance to this discussion. Counter with some real facts if you disagree. And please leave my husband out of it. If you must know, I don’t really take care of him. He has a full time job, helps around the house, and even makes his own dinner. Perhaps the “tongue in cheek” part of my writing got lost in translation.

    To clarify: I didn’t write the article to endorse a particular candidate. My point is to encourage everyone to cast their vote in the primaries for the candidate who best reflects their own personal interests – not who the media says is the clear frontrunner. It’s like everyone wants to jump on some bandwagon to be right. Stop it! Research the candidates for a change. If we get a choice like Bush and Kerry in 2008 (bad and worse), I may have to take Debbie up on her suggestion.

    Finally, I’m not the only Democrat who won’t vote for Hillary. The primaries are one of the few times each American can send a real message to their political party and I plan to do so. I’m also prepared to let the chips fall where they may. I just wanted my party to know if they nominate Hillary they’re losing my vote in the general election(although in Maryland, it won’t really matter; then again, the General Assembly has moved to abolish the electoral college).

    Again, thank you everyone for your comments. This is a discussion the blogosphere needs to have.

  • The media proclaims Hillary to be the frontrunner. Is that not true? Are they making it up out of whole cloth? Or are they reporting the facts? The media report polling results from a variety of sources. Some media outlets do their own polling. Others subscribe to polling organizations. Many do both. So, by extension, you are claiming that the polling results are inaccurate or just lies? If Hillary is NOT in fact the current leader amongst the Dems, who is? Tell us of your sources. Do you have access to better, more balanced data? If so, spill the beans.

    Hillary may not be my idea of the ideal candidate. She has a lot of baggage. But it is comical how she has so many people soiling themselves over her candidacy. She may or may not wind up being the Dem nominee. If nominated, she may or may not win next November. But I can at least enjoy the ride watching all her detractors having apoplectic seizures in their efforts to beat her. This is going to be fun.



    Dear American Friend,

    I have attached my “Hillary file” which is culled from the 205+ books and other media that I have on Hillary and Bill. The Clintons are thugs. On the campaign trail in 2007 Hillary and Bill are play acting as the loving, respectful couple – singing each other’s praises on stage and engaging in public affection as they troll for votes.
    In order to understand Hillary and Bill, one must first understand the wildly dysfunctional Jerry Springer lifestyle they have lived for 36 years. Hillary has covered for Bill who not only has had HUNDREDS of women, but also perpetrated several rapes and vicious sexual assaults, often involving biting the lips of the women victims. In order to cover up this Jerry Springer chaos, Hillary has often used Sopranos tactics: a secret police and criminal intimidation tactics to harass, intimidate and terrify Bill’s sex victims and girlfriends.


    These tactics include the savage beating/almost murder of Gennifer Flower’s neighbor (Gary Johnson – 6/26/92), criminal harassment campaigns on Kathleen Willey (1997-98 car vandalism, stole or killed her cat Bullseye, witness tampering), Liz Ward Gracen (who Bill probably raped [1983] while she was Miss America – harassed/threats, 1997), Gennifer Flowers (break-ins, threats, 1992), Sally Perdue (car vandalism, threats, 1992), Bobbie Ann Williams (break-in), Christy Zercher (a flight attendant, groped 1992, break-in, 1994), Patrick Knowlton (extreme harassment campaign Oct. 1995; witness tampering), Suzi Parker (a journalist harassed off Arkansas tainted prison blood scandal 1999, fearing for her life), Connie Hamzy (lying campaign, 1991) and Juanita Broaddrick (raped by Bill 1978, break-in and IRS audit when she went public in 1998). It is not a stretch to say that Hillary, Bill and Buddy Young may have organized the murder of their former contract employee