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Friday, April 17, 2015

Hillary As Populist Candidate (With Addendum)

Really? A lot of staging going on:


Also see the photo essay I Am An ‘Everyday Iowan’ And Here Is How Close I Got To Hillary Clinton Today.

ADDENDUM

I posted this same graphic on my Facebook page. Guess what? Facebook admin removed the photo in less than two hours.

Hillary has gremlins at Facebook?

44 comments:

  1. The astro-turf doesn't get any thicker than at a Hillary Clinton "event"!

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    1. If itwere an honest event she'd be talking to some corn farmer welfare queens about how she's going to keep the subsidies in place for ethanol and the high fructose dog poop that gets put in our diet.

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    2. A rare 'Upvote' for Ducky from me.

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  2. I cannot understand why anyone would WANT to get close to Hillary Rodham Clinton. The smell of sewer gas is something most of us earnestly seek to avoid. I had to take daily doses of Compazine when I was in her employ, and I always carried a vial of smelling salts with me whenever I went to work.

    ... Lisa Craputo

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  3. I posted this same graphic on my Facebook page. Guess what? Facebook admin removed the photo.

    Hillary has gremlins at Facebook?

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    1. Copyright violation? If not, she should be sued.

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    2. " Facebook admin removed the photo."
      No wonder I don't do Facebook!

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  4. HIllary's Hope for Resurrection in Steatopygia*

    As Hill'ry passed the magic glass
    She caught a glimpse of her fat a$$.

    "Mirror, thank you," she just said.
    “I thought my chances now were dead,

    “But you have done me lots of good.
    “I see that I must have black blood."


    ~FreeThinke
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    *ste·a·to·py·gia

    noun Etymology: New Latin, from steat-, stear + Greek pygē buttocks

    Date: 1879

    an excessive development of fat on the buttocks that occurs chiefly among women of some African tribes, especially the Hottentots

    ste·a·to·py·gous\ or ste·a·to·py·gic

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  5. Did the Facebook Polituburo censors give you any indication why they deleted the picture?

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    1. SF,
      Nope. No communication whatsoever.

      I wonder if somebody flagged the graphic as offensive.

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  6. I changed the name of the picture and posted it on my FB. We'll see what happens

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    1. SF,
      Let me know what happens.

      I reposted the graphic at Facebook a few hours ago. So far, it's staying put.

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    2. that is amazing.
      The other day, there was an article on the many hours that Zuckerberg spends at work; maybe leftwing Zuckerberg's cruising facebook pages to make sure the liberal 'open mind' isn't befuddled with non liberal input:? :-)

      SF....I doubt if the pic will get pulled with an innocent title; let us know!

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    3. Z,
      As I mentioned earlier, I have posted it again at Facebook and with the same title. Thus far, it has stayed put. I just checked.

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    4. I somehow didn't see that comment. thanks.

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    5. Z talking about an open mind?
      Irony you can slice with a knife.

      I understand Rubio is the flavor of the week.
      Ben Carson gets tossed aside like old socks.

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  7. In looking at the various pictures, etc., I must ask: What was the purpose of this event and where were all of the "everyday Iowans"? Does the apparent lack of turn-out give the American people cause for optimism. Was there more to this than what seems to meet the eye? All I have, so far, are questions.

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    1. Jon,
      All good questions.

      I can't see that her attempt at a populist candidate's "tour" of Iowa accomplishes anything.

      Meanwhile, other candidates have sat down for multiple interviews with the media. Has Hillary done that yet? Why not?

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  8. I just heard the erudite Nancy Pelosi emote, to the effect, that Hillary should be elected President because we need a woman in that office for the benefit of women. I guess that the rest of us don't matter. The fact is that 'President Hillary' will benefit almost no one, including women, in the long run. If Pelosi's endorsement helps the Hillary campaign we are in more trouble than I ever thought.

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    1. Jon,
      What America needs is not a quota system for the office of President of the United States.

      As for Nancy Pelosi, she's laughable. But dangerous, too, of course.

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  9. How Rude of Hillary Clinton (the “Entitled One”), she had her Chauffeur park her VAN in a Handicapped parking spot.. And there appeared to be an open spot directly in front of that one.

    I guess that a Queen can park anywhere that she wishes to.

    Waiting for the LIE to explain this one!.

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  10. Perhaps that was just [her] great-hearted way of identifying with the "Handicapped".

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  11. .

    Hillary, Hillary, Hillary, the Hillary of the little people, the candidate for ALL the people.

    The one who has SO many redeeming qualities...........PARKS IN HANDICAP SPOT?

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    1. Does Hillary possibly need the handicapped spot?

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    2. AOW said:
      "Does Hillary possibly need the handicapped spot?"

      Being an inveterate liar and belligerent ass with a sense of entitlement isn't a handicap for a Clinton.

      Maybe it was because her dogs body (Huma Abredin/Weiner) was with her. Anyone who would marry Anthony Weiner would have to be mentally ill.

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  12. Looks like the Hilderbeast has put on a littke weight....

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/sites/all/themes/ws/images/icn-logout.png

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    1. But the real "populist" story is how she decides what to order at Chipolte... ;)

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    2. ...but if you're not quite excited enough about Hillary in Iowa... you just HAVE to just watch THIS

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    3. ...as the astro-turf sparked FIRE in Iowa TAKES OFF!

      Woo-Hoo!

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    4. FJ,
      That video Hillary in the House is quite something.

      Mindless -- and reflects how the "thinking" of a significant portion of the electorate.

      We are doomed.

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  14. FJ,
    How do you manage to know about so many YouTube videos? You have at least one video to fit every conceivable topic.

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    1. I like to screen new Youtube videos, so I run across quite an assortment.

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    2. Of course, it's hard to figure out what to do with most of it... ;)

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  15. I'd LOVE to know what pretext Facebook used to delete that! I've read their censorship list here (http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/18_types_of_posts_Facebook_will_censor_10965.aspx) and frankly this is reasonable. Yet I keep hearing about stuff like yours. Last year a girl had her pictures of hunting big game in Africa removed (violated community taste standards, ya know), BUT they left up a site advocating for HER murder.

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  16. Veering a bit off-topic here, I just noticed that Facebook's community standards say they want people to 'feel safe' at their site. Normally, you'd think of things like bullying, threats, illegal activity, etc. But I've noticed this idea of feeling safe creeping into the lexicon.

    It happened at an event at (I think) Brown University where 2 women debated the idea of a rape culture on campus. In response, another gal set up a room where any women who felt 'threatened' could go to 'feel safe.' She filled it with stuffed animals, bubbles, cookies, video of puppies playing, etc. (Yes - this WAS for adults.)

    I bet we're going to hear a lot more about making us 'feel safe' - except when you go to apply for a concealed carry permit in California!

    Speaking of feeling safe ... how does Hillary on the loose make you feel?

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    1. I'm threatened.
      "Hillary" is a trigger word.

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    2. Hah! That's good. You're quick.

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