The natural progress of things is for government to gain ground and for liberty to yield.

- Thomas Jefferson

Billary Cannot Halt Hope (Or the Kennedys)

Caroline Kennedy writes an op-ed piece in the New York Time comparing Barack Obama to her conservative* father, the late (D)emocratic president JFK:

I have never had a president who inspired me the way people tell me that my father inspired them. But for the first time, I believe I have found the man who could be that president not just for me, but for a new generation of Americans. [Read]

Also, it has been slipped by campaigners that the endorsement of Ted Kennedy is forthcoming.

Class, can we say "Good-bye Mr. & Mrs. Clinton!"

The (D)emocrats may save us from the devious duo.

*By today's standards.

posted at 20:07:40 on 01/27/08 by clearpolitics - Category: The Cause - [Permalink]

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Monica wrote:

The real key is that the sheeple that make up the democrat party have permission to support Obama. Loyal Dems are nothing if not followers.
01/27/08 23:30:05

Aol wrote:

How can the like of Ted Kennedy and his niece Caroline compare JFK to BO when he just came out of nowhere, except his inspirational convention speech, which has a gift. JFK did not have the gift of tongue and handwriting like BO, except rhetoric of change and hope. All the candidates expound this, so what is the difference, Caroline? Maybe being young and ambition.

Mindaluz
02/03/08 01:44:06

K Mathis wrote:

Being a good speaker does not warrant being a good president. All of the people supporting Obama are fooled by his rhetoric. Please America ... see through that and vote for Hillary. she deserves this and has worked very hard for America. Long before Obama. There is too much at stake to vote for someone just because we feel inspired. Please I have grandchildren I am worried about
02/08/08 13:07:52

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