Finally, on Tuesday, June 3rd we all heard the â€œfat lady singing,â€ except Hillary Rodham Clinton. Why is that and what does she hope to gain? In a defiant speech ignoring Barack Obamaâ€™s historic win as the first African-American to become a presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton delivered a Valedictory speech so laden with self-preservation and self-aggrandizement that one wonders what Kool-Aid sheâ€™s been drinking these past three months that has brought her to the end of her run for the presidency but not the end of her self-deluded power plays.
Archive for June 4th, 2008
As I write these words, Senator Barack Obama is addressing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in Washington, D.C., giving his first speech as the presumptive nominee for President of the United States. I am aware of the immensity of this moment and believe it important to digest it slowly and reflect on those in our past that made this occurrence possible.
Here are some of the hottest and most current stories on the 2008 Presidential Campaign: Barack Obama clinched victory Tuesday night in the Democratic presidential race, defeating Hillary Clinton after a marathon primary campaign and becoming the first black nominee for the White House in American history