Leonardo"s Notebook by Mattheus Mei

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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Bolton Calls out Alpha-Hillary on giving America 'the business"

Remember that play during the Maryland and NC State game when the ref called foul and said the player was giving the other player the business?

Well it looks like Warren Bolton, whom I'm becoming more and more of a fan of, from The State newspaper calls out the Clintons on giving the American people 'the business.' An excerpt:

Despite his impressive win, people are speculating about whether Sen. Obama left South Carolina with momentum going into Tsunami Tuesday or whether the Clinton campaign successfully painted him as “the black candidate” in an effort to marginalize him. Talk about irony. The man many claimed wasn’t black enough is now being tagged as too black.

If that’s the Clinton strategy, it only goes to show how desperate that campaign is and what length it’ll go to win. And if it works, shame on America.

But I don’t think it will. I think Americans are smarter and better than that and, as South Carolinians did, will rebuff such foolishness. If Sen. Clinton, a solid candidate, wins, it should be because voters feel she is the better choice.

But she’ll have to work for it. Sen. Obama is a worthy candidate who has the right stuff to unite Americans.

And it's not just our local daily that's has called foul, I've said it before other pundits have taken note, and other reporters are calling the Borg on their tactics. Maureen Dowd of the NY Times even speaks as to how the rancorous tactics used by Billary have destroyed their relationship with Obama who everyone admits is the face and finesse of the Democratic future.

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