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Democrats and the Bridge to the 20th Century
Posted by: Jon Henke on Sunday, February 17, 2008

Via Glenn Reynolds, Greg Mankiw points out the sorry state of the Democratic candidates on basic economics and freedom...
Both candidates in the Democratic primary have turned their backs on one of Bill Clinton's major accomplishments.
Obama, in what can only be called either brazen deception or profound ignorance about the benefits of NAFTA, said that Hillary Clinton's support for NAFTA "didn't give jobs to the American people." Hillary responded by pointing out that she wasn't in the Senate at the time and has "been a vocal critic of NAFTA starting in my campaign for the Senate in 1999."

Bill Clinton used to talk about building a "bridge to the 2st Century." Unfortunately, Hillary Clinton seem to be determined to build a bridge right the hell back to the 20th Century.

The Onion got it right many years ago...
'Bridge To 21st Century' Crap Forgotten

'The Time Has Come For America To Forget All That Bull****,' Says Clinton
Sadly, Hillary Clinton's Bridge Back To The 20th Century is still preferable to Barack Obama's Bridge Back To 1919.
 
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I suspect Obama’s campaign was not adequately contributed to by foreign interests who bought into Hillary’s inevitability. Once that changes, Obama’s platform will change.
 
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"Hillary responded by pointing out that she wasn’t in the Senate at the time"

Right. That was when she was getting all that executive branch experience.
 
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