Hillary Clinton is tiring of Obama, the Great Undecider. And Clinton isn’t the only one. Look at this Rasmussen chart.
You may recall Hillary’s famous question in the primaries – do you really want a community organizer to be answering when that red telephone rings at the President’s bedside at 3 o’clock in the morning? Well, she didn’t put it quite like that, but she was on the right track.
The UK Daily Mail asked a very good question a few days ago, in reference to the disaster in Japan. The question was “Where are the Americans?”
When the last big tsunami hit the low lying lands in the Indian Ocean, the United States military was dispatched immediately to help. Be it Kosovo, Kuwait, The Falkland Islands, the Berlin Airlift, the European Theatre in World War II or the great Indian Ocean tsunami, America was there, post haste, and with all its might to help. Then came Egypt, Libya, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and the Brits have posed a good question, “Where are the Americans?”
Another British paper, The Express, said today that Obama is,
“INEFFECTUAL, invisible, unable to honour pledges and now [responsible] for letting Gaddafi off the hook. Why Obama’s gone from ‘Yes we can’ to ‘Er, maybe we shouldn’t’…” (emphasis in the original)
It is no wonder Hillary is fed up. At this point one has to wonder why she stays on. It’s not for wealth and I don’t think it is any longer for power. Her aspirations for the high office are passed. Could it be that she is hanging in there for the good of the country? Could she be trying to salvage what she can of America’s respect in the world in face of its destruction by this creep we elected to lead us? I think she could. Hillary may be one of the last of that breed, an honorable Democrat. I never thought I would say that.