Monday, September 22, 2003

Rights and Reason: Sen. Clinton Bashes Bush Administration

This from the AP:

New York Sen. Hillary Clinton said the Bush administration is trying to impose a "radical right-wing agenda" on the United States and is attempting to dismantle social programs such as Medicare and Social Security.

Clinton made the comments at a fund-raiser for Providence Mayor David Cicilline.

Clinton targeted the president's handling of the economy, and said the Bush administration was out to extinguish the legacy of her husband, Bill Clinton, who was in the White House from 1993 to 2001, and other Democratic presidents.

"I've got to realize it's nothing personal," Clinton said. "They want to undo Johnson, Truman, Franklin Roosevelt. They want to undo the New Deal ... It boggles the mind."
Undo the New Deal and the Great Society? Heh. As a member of the radical right-wing, I can assure Sen. Clinton that President Bush is not doing much to impose my agenda.

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