It depends on what your definition of CHANGE is

This post was written by marc on November 27, 2007
Posted Under: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

All of the Democratic candidates are running on the platform that they will bring change. But what change means varies from candidate to candidate. For example, if you elect Obama or Edwards change means that they are going to be different because they have never done this before and are “Washington Outsiders”. To Clinton however change means reversing what Bush did to America and going back to the way things were when Bill Clinton was president.

The definition of change should focus not on what you are changing from, but what are you changing to. With Clinton you pretty much know what you’re getting. I think that president Hillary Clinton is going to be very similar to president Bill Clinton. In a way Hillary’s campaign is a referendum on Bill Clinton’s presidency. And when you elect Hillary you get Bill too. So if you like Bill Clinton then you should vote Hillary. If you don’t like Bill Clinton then vote for someone else. When Bill Clinton was president we had peace and prosperity and a budget surplus. So it me it’s like the band is getting back together again, which is why I’m going to support Hillay in the Democratic Primary.

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