The DLC/neo-liberal economic model is deeply flawed. The positions advocated by Mrs. Clinton are not in the least bit 'moderate', rather, when judged within the context of our history, they are more accurately described as being positions of right wing economic and social extremism. The first Clinton presidency was nothing more than an extension
Bush is just a transparent continuation of the corporate anarchy written into law in the 90's. That Clinton is no liberal? ---Shucks!!, we could live with that. But a conservative who operating from within, beat us up worse than reagan, Nixon, Bush---THAT!! broke our party's back. The only thing he globalized was corporate predation. In practice it was Run-Away Deregulation --let the corporations write their own laws and we're living with the aftershock. The "Globalization" psy-op, the Free Mkt Run Amuck, COST! more lives since Clinton signed it into law than the fanatical crusades or any tyrant's slaughter. Clinton's ruthless version of NAFTA lit a fire under the insurgency. Was it worth it America?
"The Terminator" was enraged when ABC broke the mega-media's silence on Clintonomics & exposed their "Buck Stops Everywhere But Here" manipulation . C'mon, you all, Clinton's Telecommunications Act -'96 shut down the free press opening the door for the fat cats that moved in-- Don't you think they LIKE him? But he's still finessing his "UNITY"- psy-op and cynically urges us to support a single-party autocratic system and as such "elect" to keep us at the mercy of the corporate world. The far right is no prettier when they're democrats than when they're Republicans. "Big Dawg?", c'mon guys I'm thinking "Big Rat." When we bought Clinton's "Unity" psy-op the people forfeited all our safeguards and everything that protects us from pension-looting, merger-mania , fraudulent predatory prices & practices in the insurance, health-care, banking, retail business, ...c'mon America, you all don't need me to finish! this list .
From Scientific American on Clintonomics--The Science Of Economics