Skip to comments.American Dream Initiative
Posted on 07/25/2005 7:23:52 PM PDT by sactodan
The Democratic Leadership council is launching the ''American Dream Initiative''. The Chairman is none other than Hillary Clinton.
The American Dream Initiative is a year-long project of the DLC that will engage political, business, labor, civic and intellectual leaders in a ''national conversation'' to help shape a positive agenda for our country and the Democratic party. The Initiative will focus on challenges facing America including: keeping our country safe, building an opportunity society, standing up for families and making sure our political and electoral systems work for all Americans. (from the DLC Website)
It looks like the Democrats have decided that it is time to have a message. Has the Party Of NO figured out that an agenda of opposition can't get them elected? Will they actually believe in the ideals you will soon hear them preach, or did they suddenly realize George Bush isn't running in 2008? Since Hillary is in charge you can bet they will try to co-opt Republican conservative ideas and remake them as their own.
Rest assured this will be no ''Contract With America''. Bill Clinton got reelected by ''building a bridge to the future''. Now Hillary will try to sell us the ''American Dream''. If the Dems regain power it will be back to business as usual. Higher taxes and more government.
The only thing of import in this matter is that the center (such as it is) of the Democrat Party has conceded the nomination to Lady Macbeth (excuse me, the Esteemed Junior Senator from New York, Hillary! Clinton). That means we, the rational and constitutional Americans, have a single target from here on out.
We need to train all political guns on Her Indescribable Holiness, Clinton (her), starting now. LOL.
It may already be too late to stop her. The Bush justice department should have indicted her four years ago.
I suggest reading the Truth About Hillary by Ed Klien. If you're not afraid now, you will be.
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