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With a Kiss, Colbert Betrays Hillary Clinton

August 10, 2014 ( – An invitation to appear on Colbert’s show and crack a few jokes seems like a great opportunity to humanize a political candidate. That must have been what Hillary was thinking when she choose to go on the show. However, Stephen Colbert and his democrat allies had another plan. Watch the video below.

Did you notice it? You can see Hillary smiling and counting the votes in her head as she parrots each spoon fed line. Colbert is smiling for a different reason. He knows that he has just landed a devastating blow to the Hillary 2016 campaign.

Recently, Hillary came under fire for saying that she was “dead broke” when Bill left office–in a year that her and Bill made 12 million dollars. She was trying to imply that she understood the situation of struggling Americans in this weak economy. However, the whole episode blew up on her, and she wound up saying that she regretted the remark.

The worst thing that can happen to a presidential candidate is to appear out of touch. Bill Clinton was famous for saying, “I feel your pain.” In 2012, Obama polled worse than Romney on the economy, but he was ahead on the empathy questions. When it comes to candidates for the democrat party, empathy is only issue of importance.

That explains why this comedy segment is so devastating. Fresh off the “dead broke” comment, Hillary gets into a fight over who has the most powerful friends, and she falls right into character so naturally. Most people who are watching this will come away thinking, “How obnoxious can she be?”

Democrat strategy insiders like to construct caricatures of their opponents. For Hillary, the caricature of being “out of touch” is very easy to create because it is so true to life. It is obvious from this and numerous other attacks that many in democrat party hate Hillary.

The question is “What are these democrats looking for?” Is there another Barak Obama set to steal the stage in 2016? Has the democrat party realized that 2016 won’t work and that they will have to look to 2020 for a winner? Maybe democrat insiders just hate Hillary and don’t care what happens to the party.

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August 10, 2014 at 8:28 pm Comment (1)

Will Conservatives Destroy the Government?

Will conservatives refuse to pay their taxes? Will they refuse to comply with what they view as unjust laws? Will conservative states make good on threats to secede from the United States? These are just some of the ideas that are being talked about since the Supreme Court subverted the rule of law in the recent gay marriage rulings and the IRS acknowledged targeting TEA party groups.

Wednesday, the Supreme Court struck down the 1996 Defense Of Marriage Act that was passed by both houses of Congress and signed by the president. They simultaneously vacated a ruling on California’s Proposition 8, which defined marriage as one man and one woman. Proposition 8 was voted on and passed by a direct referendum and DOMA was passed by the elected representatives of the people. This has many conservatives asking whether democracy matters anymore.

They wonder why they should respect any law, when the courts and elected leaders do not. They wonder why they should follow the laws of a government that unfairly and openly targets them and persecutes them. They wonder how such a government can maintain its legitimacy or whether it should. In short, many are asking if this is the time to end it all and disband the United States.

How bad is it? It was so bad that when the rulings were announced, even justices on the Supreme Court were outraged. With regard to the DOMA ruling, Justice Antonin Scalia declared the end of democracy:

In his blistering dissent on the DOMA decision, Scalia said the self-governing power of the people has been eroded. He described the “assertion of judicial supremacy over the people’s representatives in Congress and the executive” as “jaw-dropping.”

In the ruling on California’s Proposition 8, Justice Kennedy expressed a similar sentiment:

Their reasoning drew a testy dissent from Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, a Sacramento native, who wrote that the decision “disrespects and disparages” California’s political process — a staple of which is the ballot initiative.

The court, Kennedy wrote, did “not take into account the fundamental principles or the practical dynamics of the initiative system in California.”

How long the country can go on when even the members of the Supreme Court feel this way remains to be seen.

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The Real Hope for the Future of the United States

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