Sunday, January 24, 2010

After Massachusetts, what's next? ~ By Star Parker

Commentary from WorldNetDaily
Star Parker By Star Parker Posted: January 23, 2010 ~ 1:00 am Eastern © 2010 Have you ever watched as a dear friend becomes smitten with someone you know is not for them? You listen as they swear how Mr. or Ms. Right has finally arrived, wondering how they cannot see the obvious. Your only option is to watch and wait for the inevitable, knowing that when it's over you'll be there to help pick up the pieces. So, yes, independent voters, who were key to electing Barack Obama, are now falling out of love with him. But, I ask, what were you folks thinking a year ago? You didn't realize that the post-racial candidate with the magic wand was a classic, boilerplate liberal? You were so sick of Republicans that you didn't bother to think about it? But you do know about these rebound relationships, don't you? It's not like we haven't had our experience with liberalism. That experience made the liberal label so politically deadly that liberals renamed themselves "progressives." So, what can we expect now in the wake of the miracle in Massachusetts? Democrats are between a rock and hard place because Barack Obama is not going to change. This is a date you know after five minutes is not going to work, and you have the whole evening ahead of you. In this case, it's three more years. READ FULL STORY >
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