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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Inconvenient Realities About Hillary Clinton

Words from Hillary Clinton's own mouth condemn her:


There are more inconvenient realities about Hillary Clinton. Please weigh in with those in the comments section for this blog post.

37 comments:

  1. [NOTE: Because of the synchronicity between your post and SilverFiddle's at WesternHero this morning, I shall repeat what I said there, because I believe it applies equally here.]

    Her Heinous is likely to become the next POTUS, because the enemedia makes sure that she is IN OUR FACES at ALL TIMES. She is UBIQUITOUS –– INESCAPABLE –– IMPLACABLE –– IMMOVABLE.

    In politics as in show bizz there is no such thing as bad publicity. "NAME RECOGNITION" is just about EVERYTHING these days. Therefore, even as we diligently denigrate her, mock her, lampoon her, insult her, and expose her IN HER OWN WORDS and HER OWN VOICE we are in truth HELPING her to strengthen, solidify and lend greater substance to the illusion of her INVINCIBILITY and INEVITABILITY.

    The second derogatory aspect of Republican-Conservative-Libertarians approach to campaigning –– one that is almost certain to insure our defeat –– is "OUR" inability or unwillingness to STOP BICKERING AMONG OURSELVES, stop doing everything possible to HARM and DEFEAT every single voice in "our" ranks who TRIES to stand up for the values and principles we like to SAY we believe in.

    Our defeat is ensured by OUR idiocy in not setting aside our differences ["Our" ranks are far more fractious, contentious, and divided than those of our political enemies, which is why "we" are so easy to defeat in presidential politics.] and getting solidly behind a figure like SCOTT WALKER, who, as Governor of Wisconsin has a solid, PROVEN track record of BEATING LEFTISTS to a PULP in a notably LIBERAL state.

    Instead, we take the bait dangled by the enemedia ["Walker is uneducated," "Walker lacks charisma," "Walker is virtually unknown nationally," etc.], swallow it whole and BRAY LIKE JACKASSES about it till we persuade ourselves that Walker CAN'T POSSIBLY WIN.

    How incredibly STUPID is that?

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    1. FT,
      Synchronicity with Silverfiddle today? Great minds think alike! **wink**

      I haven't yet made many blog rounds today. Will head over to Western Hero right now in the few minutes I have before leaving for work.

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    2. Synchronicity indeed. But I must credit FreeThinke for getting the ball rolling, and then I heard that Hillary soundbite clip from Savage and I just had to edit it, add some pictures to it and post it.

      That metallic cackle... Who can stand it?

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    3. They haven't put Ted Cruz in our faces?
      What has he ever done to be newsworthy?

      Or Marco Rubio?

      Hell, there was a time when the Alaskan Pole Dancer was constantly in our faces scamming the gullible.

      I do miss Ben Carson, however. He needs to do something like comparing Hillary to Stalin to get back in the news and the good graces of the loonies.

      But you are correct, Scott Koch, er Walker, my bad, will be the nominee and the fate of the middle class will continue to spiral down if they are dumb enough to by his sucker talk.

      Like I say, it's like looking in the fridge and finding stale cheese (Hillary) and rat poison. Why you suckers choose the poison is beyond me.

      Myself, if we are going to get some new ideas into this campaign, I'd like to see Bernie Sanders run.

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    4. The Wisconsin middle class seems to like Scott Walker ok, and the teachers are paying less for their healthcare thanks to him breaking the stranglehold control the teachers syndicates had over benefits.

      Ducky, do you go to http://www.our-nation.com/, or receive e-mails from Bob Zimmerman?

      If they would tone down the communist rhetoric and inject a little more middle-America common sense, someone could run on their platform.

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    5. As soon as hyperbole like "communist rhetoric" starts, I tune out.

      And I was in a good mood. My Amazon order of a 1910 French film serial that the cinematheque recently restored arrive today. I'm looking forward to it.

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    6. @ "As soon as hyperbole like "communist rhetoric" starts, I tune out."

      Such hurty feelings from a man who calls Sarah Palin a pole dancer...

      Go figure...

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    7. The moral is, Mister Fiddle: Don't talk to anuses. They'll only pass noxious gas right in your face. Or worse.

      *** Nora Muldoon ***

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  2. Russia used Hillary and Barack's Reset Button as a detonator.

    Hillary is a lying, double-talking, four-flushing old pol. Unfortunately for her, she doesn't possess her husband's charm and expert prevarication skills. Unfortunately for America, the braindead, doctrinaire leftwing zombies would vote for Old Nick himself if he were the Democrat party nominee.

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  3. If sHrillary goes down, it will be Democrats who do her in

    Martin O'Malley buzz continues to build...

    If this turns into a real Democrat party donnybrook, I'm crossing over and voting in the Democrat primary here in Colorado.

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  4. Sorry AoW. I already commented on this at Western Hero. :(

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    1. Like there aren't enough negatives to comment at every blog on HILLARY? :-)

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    2. There are, but as I alluded at WH unless you've "broken the code" the vast majority aren't seen by her constituency as "negatives". :(

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    3. Thersites,
      I'll check out your comment(s) over at Western Hero.

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    4. Frankly I think HILLARY
      Truly is GODZILLARY.
      If she gets elected
      I'll buy out the DISTILLERY!

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  6. The youngins just want to vote for a woman. Let's raise the voting age to 30.

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    1. Odie: I don't see much enthusiasm from the younger crowd. Minorities and youth will not pour out to vote for her in the numbers they did for Obama.

      She's not exactly inspirational or transformational. Pulling a lever for such an entrenched old bag dampens some of the frisson of voting for a woman for president.

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    2. I don't see much enthusiasm from anyone but the Teabags.

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    3. Sounds like it's a shoe-in for Jeb, then. :(

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    4. Oh, wait, I guess that means that Hillary wins! Damn!

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    5. I still think Hillary and Jebby would make a great ticket

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    6. A no-show election. It wouldn't be the first, but it probably WOULD be the last. ;)

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    7. SF,
      Minorities and youth will not pour out to vote for her in the numbers they did for Obama.

      I agree.

      The we-always-vote-for-the-Democratic-Party folks will likely vote for her. But "the masses" will not turn out to vote for her -- certainly not the way they did for Obama.

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  7. She's right about one thing. She is [one of the] most transparent in public life. Since she doesn't lie as well as her hubby, that's not good for her.

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  8. More on why "complaining" about Hillary's legal infractions only empowers the Left...

    The field of the law is thus split into Law qua "Ego-ldeal," i.e., a symbolic order which regulates social life and maintains social peace, and into its obscene, superegotistical inverse. As has been shown by numerous analyses from [Mikhail] Bakhtin onwards, periodic transgressions of the public law are inherent to the social order, they function as a condition of the latter's stability. (The mistake of Bakhtin -or, rather, of some of his followers-"- was to present an idealized image of these "transgressions," while passing in silence over lynching parties, etc., as the crucial form of the carnevalesque suspense of social hierarchy.") What most deeply "holds together" a community is not so much identification with the Law that regulates the community's "normal" everyday circuit, but rather identification with a specific form of transgression of the Law, of the Law's suspension (in psychoanalytic terms, with a specific form of enjoyment). Let us return to those small town white communities in the American south of the twenties, where the reign of the official, public Law is accompanied by its shadowy double, the nightly terror of Ku Klux Klan, with its lynching of powerless blacks: a (white) man is easily forgiven minor infractions of the Law, especially when they can be justified by a "code of honor"; the community still recognizes him as "one of us." Yet he will be effectively excommunicated, perceived as "not one of us," the moment he disowns the specific form of transgression that pertains to this community-say, the moment he refuses to partake in the ritual lynching by the Klan, or even reports them to the Law (which, of course, does not want to hear about them since they exemplify its own hidden underside). The Nazi community relied on the same solidarity-in-guilt adduced by participation in a common transgression: it ostracized those who were not ready to assume the dark side of the idyllic Volksgemeinschaft, the night pogroms, the beatings of political opponents - in short, all that "everybody knew, yet did not want to speak about aloud."

    - Slavoj Zizek, "Why are Laibach and NSK not Fascists?"

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    1. Thersites,
      "complaining" about Hillary's legal infractions only empowers the Left

      Part of the harvest of the 1960's?

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  10. Hillary's run is going to be a suicide run pandering to the glassy eyed brain dead left,
    Needless to say the Socialist 'Loon Platoon" here WILL support her no matter what!.


    And on another Note:
    On the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, still not a single bit of proof man has any effect on climate ..Obama out on his incessant, habitual lying, and laughing them off the national stage" -- but then I am reminded that they are not all that competent either. Just the other day I read that Obama had said that "climate change" was "a threat" and he was "worried" about it. It is just another reminder to me that the whole system is broken, with not enough intelligence in the lot of them to keep the insane ones under control--the Insane Left (my term for them, since the advent of Obama

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  11. The thought of Hillary makes me sickApril 23, 2015 at 1:09:00 PM EDT

    Hillary is the Progressive's choice, they always seem to love LIARS

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  12. The Clintons are grifters. They remind me of Mervin and Maude Wendell, the grifters from "Centennial" (1978), a mini-series written by James A. Michener. They would trick anyone, about anything, at anytime. The more these immoral thieves got away with, the more they wanted and usually got.

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  13. I have to wonder if the Democratic Party will back off from running Hillary as candidate for 2016.

    From The U.S. Constitution Actually Bans Hillary’s Foreign Government Payola:

    ...Article I, Section 9 of the U.S. Constitution actually bans foreign payola for U.S. officials...

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  14. The Dems should consider somebody decent like Jim Webb or Evan Bavh. They won't of course.

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    1. Will,
      Jim Webb has sent out an appeal for funds so as to run to POTUS in 2016.

      I haven't heard anything about Evan Bayh. Have you?

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