Senator Hillary Clinton has decided to go all out in her last ditch campaign for victory even if her tactics will not resonate with the American people. In remarks to a supportive audience at Rhode Island Colege, Clinton insisted none of the problems confronting the nation will be readily resolved, but she went on in a derisive tone to comment: “Now I could stand up here and say, ‘Let’s just get eveybody together. Let’s get unified. The sky will open. The light will come down. Celestial choirs willbe singing, and everyone will know we should do the right thing and the world will be perfect.” She mocked her rival by insisting, “you are not going to wave a magic wand and have the special interests disappear.”
Senator Clinton is right, there are no simple solutions to problems in foreign policy or restoring the economy. She still doesn’t grasp how tired is this nation of vicious attacks by rival political parties on opponents, of an emotional fatigue brought on by assaults upon the rights of people and a government which derides opponents as soft on terrorism for opposing its policies. The American people do not regard themselves as living in red or blue states, they are a unified nation with common goals. Throughout the primary campaign, Hillary Clinton has tried the politics as usual approach and believes past experience is a guide to future solutions. She still doesn’t get the point, Americans want a new future in which political leaders seek to unite rather than divide. That is why she will not be the candidate of the Democratic Party in November.