Hillary’s Empty Moralism Is a Reflection of the Greater Progressive Movement
. . . as it has become a religion, and its acolytes, True Believers. Paging Eric Hoffer to the white paging phone . . .
Eric Hoffer, The True Believer, available at Amazon, and other fine bookstores.
A quick quote:
"In 2008, Hillary Clinton encouraged the idea that she was running for Bill Clinton’s third term. In 2016, she has done more to suggest she is running for Barack Obama’s. If elected, however, the result is likely to confirm Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s suggestion: Her apotheosis will be to serve President Eleanor Roosevelt’s first term. Unlike 1942, 2016 offers no global crisis giving rise to the idea of drafting every American and telling each what to do. Rather, Clinton’s success will turn on whether Americans, when assured it is for the abiding need to pursue their dreams and raise their children, are amenable or resistant to complying with the government’s wishes and doing the things those in authority think should be done."
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