When I excitedly cast my first ever vote for you in 1988, I never thought I would see the day when you would whore yourself to a Republican attack line, to question the patriotism of Senator Obama, a person who supported your reelection bid in 2006. I supposed when he endorsed you and campaigned for you, helped you raise money, that was another example of him putting himself ahead of his country?
You have become a caricature of the principles you first espoused when you were attorney general and running for the Senate. You have demonstrated time and again that your personal prestige is more important to you than the interests of those you serve and it’s disheartening to say the least. I should have known that when you ran for your Senate seat in 2000 that you were telling us where your true loyalties were.
You vilified President Clinton during impeachment. I’m sure you will speak out against John Edward’s now as well. As you do so, remember that the way you are campaigning for Sen. McCain is also adultery, this time your actions are not sexual but an abandonment of Democratic principals. I can understand your staunch defense of Israel but the best way to way to protect her was not through a poorly planned vendetta war in Iraq. Yes, the war brought financial gain to your constituents, namely UT and Sikorsky, but the irreparable damage done to American prestige will take a generation to repair. Just look at the Russian actions in Georgia this week as evidence to that fact. We are not only not feared by the rest of the world, but they are starting to openly mock us as well. It frightens me to think that you can’t see that the election of your good friend to the White House would only exacerbate that problem.
I suppose at some point you will realize the price that must be paid for rewarding loyalty with the back of your hand instead of an embrace. You will come to grips with accepting the enemy of your new enemy, even though they blame your people for they fate they suffered at the hands of the Nazis. You will accept that you lackluster efforts in 2000 were complicit in the ascension to power of the worst administration in the history of our proud country. I look forward to the day you visit a group of law students and explain to them how all of the impeachable offenses that the Bush administration committed or that the damage he wrought upon the Constitution were really no big deal. I want to see if you will be able to do so with a straight face or if you will have a moment of conscience and admit the error of your ways.