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6/15/2014

Oh Hillary, You Can’t Be Serious!

Filed under: General — Dana @ 7:12 pm

[guest post by Dana]

“Politics is so unpredictable, whoever runs has to recognize that the American political system is probably the most difficult, even brutal, in the world,” said Hillary Clinton.

This coming from a former Secretary of State who visited more than 112 countries – from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe – during her tenure.

–Dana

65 Responses to “Oh Hillary, You Can’t Be Serious!”

  1. I agree with her, We just don’t tolerate liars very well.

    Mike K (cd7278)

  2. Her hair is dirty straw
    Her lips only tell lies
    Her hands will steal your purse
    She’s got Colonel Sanders thighs
    She’ll turn her bull***t on you
    You won’t have to think twice
    She’s pure as New York snow [can't better that simile]
    She’s got Colonel Sanders thighs

    She’s ferocious
    But she can’t make Bill cautious
    She’s precocious and what she does
    Will make a crow blush
    She’s got Benghazi fob-off lies
    She’s got Colonel Sanders thighs

    nk (dbc370)

  3. She’s right. Remember she narrowly escaped sniper fire in Tuzla. With Sinbad, no less.

    Gazzer (6a76d0)

  4. It was all that hair in the dorm showers that got her thinking.

    Glenn (647d76)

  5. Plus she brought peace to N Ireland.

    Gazzer (6a76d0)

  6. Well she actually does have some good cause for making her claim about a “brutal” system.

    Gerald A (9e3e6a)

  7. @6 That boy never won an election fair and square. Not even once.

    Gazzer (6a76d0)

  8. What difference, at this point, does it make?

    navyvet (a01c0f)

  9. This coming from a former Secretary of State who visited more than 112 countries

    …and even dodged sniper fire in a few! [snark]

    rtrski (c3dff5)

  10. You know she’s still better than Lurch;

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/06/15/my-search-for-the-taliban-five.html

    but that isn’t saying much

    narciso (3fec35)

  11. she’s obviously a natural blond…

    who else could be that stupid?

    8-)

    redc1c4 (abd49e)

  12. The lady is a bag, of mostly water.

    gary gulrud (46ca75)

  13. She’s not stupid. Her supporters are. They won’t question it. Right now she’s recruiting, and consolidating her base.

    “All the fools in town are on our side, and ain’t that enough of a majority in any town?” Is that Huckleberry Finn? It’s been a long time.

    nk (dbc370)

  14. mittens versus the skank
    in the battle of 3-time losers.

    mg (31009b)

  15. the thought of rehashing mittens gutless performance is nauseating.

    mg (31009b)

  16. Except that, Mitt would be a million times better than barry. Except that, Mitt lost because the IRS was intimidating grass root groups; except that that fat scrunt Candy Crowley interfered in a neutral debate. Except that, the entire media was loaded to be against any R candidate. Except that, ballot box stuffing and vote buying is TFG’s MO. He has never won any office on the up and up. Ever!
    Mitt would have been the most honest pol, we ever had in the WH, ever.
    I get it. I liked GWB but he spent too mush. So did Ronny. However, they were all still decent men. Honestly, do you think Gore would have been better than Bush. Or TFG better than Mitt. Get a clue.

    Gazzer (6a76d0)

  17. Romney care sucked in Faciachusetts, he is another progressive turd who has had two chances to kick some arse, but instead let a black man get away with murder. By the way he should have b-slapped candy crowley into a commercial. As bad as newt was, he at least made the media uncomfortable. Another snooze election from team r.

    mg (31009b)

  18. She and Billy invented and proudly practiced the politics of personal destruction.

    perfectsense (4d5c72)

  19. 18. perfectsense (4d5c72) — 6/16/2014 @ 3:01 am

    She and Billy invented and proudly practiced the politics of personal destruction.

    They named it, and meant it to apply to (inadequate) attacks against the character of Bill Clinton.

    I am not where exactly the term was started. In 1992, Clinton talked about “bnegative campaigning” which he was against. A person like him needed it to be off the table.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  20. Is this something?

    http://freebeacon.com/politics/the-hillary-tapes/

    Did Hillary Clinton really agree to take on the criminal defense of a child rapist and get him off with 2-months time served? Like, she wasn’t required to take the case, but she did anyway. And got him off.

    Wow.

    NotAceofSpades (84ecc5)

  21. I liked GWB but he spent too mush. So did Ronny. However, they were all still decent men.

    Both presidents spent too much because of congress. GWB had to fund the war as well as the newly establish DHS, so dims packed a bunch of pork onto every war funding bill. And RR had to deal with a dim heavy congress. No one seems to remember this. I wonder why?

    Hadoop (f7d5ba)

  22. Well, you’d think American politics was brutal and unpredictable too if you started the Primary season as the Democrat Party’s sure-fire nominee and presumptive, inevitable even, president elect, only to be unceremoniously trounced in astonishingly short order by an unaccomplished, blabbermouth, racist bigot from the fever swamps of Chicago’s political backrooms.

    ropelight (c0792c)

  23. What bothers me the most is that after 9/11 nearly everyone wanted something done. No one remembers that after the 2000 election, GWB delayed putting his administration together before the SC settled the case regarding the election, then blamed him for not being prepared for the 9/11 attacks eight months into his presidency. ∅ is going on six years and nothing seems to be his fault, and apparently he get most of his information regarding his administration from newspapers.

    Hadoop (f7d5ba)

  24. Yeah, except Angela has a PhD in physics. You gots Captainatrix of Cronyism.

    Compare and contrast.

    gary gulrud (46ca75)

  25. Oh, that’s right, the link!

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/06/hillary-clinton-us-needs-woman-in-charge-like-germany/

    And she’s 7 years older than me.

    gary gulrud (46ca75)

  26. We keep hearing they are equivalent but a wimmyn and a dyke ain’t just the same.

    http://www.truthrevolt.org//news/when-hillary-clinton-trashed-12-year-old-rape-victim

    gary gulrud (46ca75)

  27. I’ve done it, too. Not the sex, the defense. And I did it for money. But the child was fifteen.

    nk (dbc370)

  28. And there was no forensic DNA, in 1975. So that’s one part of the story that’s wrong.

    nk (dbc370)

  29. From the free Beacon article:

    “I had him take a polygraph, which he passed – which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs,” she added with a laugh.

    That’s a lie. Or she wouldn’t tell it.

    She knew beforehand he would almost certainly pass the polygraph, because Bill told her how that could be done, (he would have known from the mob-connected crooks running Hot Springs) and she told the client what to do.

    And the destruction of evidence maybe wasn’t so accidental.

    But a question would be – why was this “factory worker” important? Did someone in his family have money? Or political connections? Who paid her? Was it Legal Aid? Normally, somebody getting legal aid doesn’t have a right to choose his lawyer. As far as I know. And what kind of a job anyway did he have at this factory?

    Why did the prosecutor know to call her, if all the defendant asked for was a female lawyer?? Did she introduce herself before to him? (the prosecutor)

    It is interesting that Hillary Clinton had already developed the laugh tactic by the mid-1980s. She wasn’t using that very much,or at all, in 1992.

    All kinds of Clinton material is getting to be released about now. It’s a bit of a document dump, but still. This raises more questions as to whether or not she intends to run for president.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  30. Here is background on why the US Chamber/GOP sammy is going to choke like Mama Cass.

    http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9248996/This_IT_worker_had_to_train_an_H_1B_replacement

    The MN GOP is running Chamber shills for Governor, Senate and my Rep. Buh bye.

    gary gulrud (46ca75)

  31. All kinds of Clinton material is getting to be released about now. It’s a bit of a document dump, but still. This raises more questions as to whether or not she intends to run for president.

    Hadoop (f7d5ba)

  32. All kinds of Clinton material is getting to be released about now. It’s a bit of a document dump, but still. This raises more questions as to whether or not she intends to run for president.

    She probably needs to she if she can inoculate herself from any opposition research in order to run in the general election. I doubt she’ll have any trouble in the primaries.

    Hadoop (f7d5ba)

  33. Hmmm! My computer hiccuped.

    Hadoop (f7d5ba)

  34. Teh bitch can’t even play a saxophone.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  35. The lady is a bag, of mostly water.

    gary gulrud (46ca75) — 6/15/2014 @ 9:04 pm

    Nope… more like gas…

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  36. #2… Oh yeah, nk… I loves me some Kim Carnes rip pin’ off New Order…

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  37. Hey, John Kerry! Make sure you take yer teeth out when you see teh mullahs!

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  38. I don’t know how important the panty evidence was. Likely all it showed was that sex took place. HLA testing is more useful in excluding a person as a donor than identifying him as the donor. And, besides, this is Arkansas where there is little genetic differentiation in the population. Like you say, Sammy, if a Clinton said it it’s a lie.

    nk (dbc370)

  39. nk @29 on 6/16/2014 @ 6:39 am

    And there was no forensic DNA, in 1975. So that’s one part of the story that’s wrong.

    Well, of course Hillary Clinton is lying about the DNA. People with a casual acquaintance with DNA might not realize that, just like it might not hit someone that Abraham Lincoln had never been elected Senator, even if they sort of knew that.

    It might be really it was blood types, and if, let’s say, the complainant and the defendant have different blood types and you find both, you might be able to totally exclude the other two men she was with. And even the argument there was somebody else before that night would not apply, since she was bloody. But it is maybe simpler for her to say DNA.

    And they actually did get the blood test results. What they lost was the ability to retest it.

    In a July 28, 1975, court affidavit, Clinton wrote that she had been informed the young girl was “emotionally unstable” and had a “tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing.”

    Where would she get that? There was a 15-year boy she had a crush on. Is that an “older man?”

    “I have also been told by an expert in child psychology that children in early adolescence tend to exaggerate or romanticize sexual experiences and that adolescents in disorganized families, such as the complainant’s, are even more prone to exaggerate behavior,” Clinton said.

    Where would she get that expert? This would not be altogether untrue. Although claiming to have been raped by someone who didn’t do it is a little bit something more, and, furthermore, romanticizing would mean they thought what happened to them was good. She wouldn’t romanticize something bad. She might romanticize something bad and say it was good, but not vice versa. So what that “expert” might say, however true it might be, wouldn’t pertain to this case, unless he tried to go further.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  40. 33. “I doubt she’ll have any trouble in the primaries.”

    At the rate we’re travelling we may not hold primaries.

    gary gulrud (46ca75)

  41. By the way, there was no evidence “thrown away” except what would happen routinely. he ab cut out the bloody patch. An expert in New York she contacted, claimed there wasn’t enough blood left in the remaininbg portion of the garment to re-test.

    Clinton said she got permission from the court to take the underwear to a renowned forensics expert in New York City to see if he could confirm that the evidence had been invalidated. How does that manage to happen with a little bitty obscure case in Arkansas?

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  42. That’s pretty rich, coming from a politician who is notorious for treating people like dirt.

    Hillary is a vicious monster who likes to bully and humiliate even the most innocent people.

    …but I suppose when she says “brutal” she means the cruel horror of a system that allows her to be criticized.

    pst314 (ae6bd1)

  43. 40. I mean she might romanticize and claim a BAD experience was GOOD, but she wouldn’t make a GOOD experience BAD, or a BAD experience WORSE, because of romanticizing.

    OK. So we know she hired a famous forensics expert, long before OJ.

    And you know why she had him plead guilty to something?

    Because that created a double jeopardy situation, and immunized him against charges being brought up in the future!! If the case had just been dropped, he wouldn’t have been safe.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  44. 39. nk (dbc370) — 6/16/2014 @ 7:11 am

    .I don’t know how important the panty evidence was. Likely all it showed was that sex took place. HLA testing is more useful in excluding a person as a donor than identifying him as the donor.

    I had the thought after that: If there were only 3 possible rapists, blood type testing might very well eliminate two of them. You don’t have the whole universe. You only have the 3 men she was with. Well, almost. But it apparently was not the defendant’s story that astranger had attacked them. He may even have named the person who supposedly did it, and that person was
    excluded. (he could also have said he left the scene for a while and he knew it was one of the other two men)

    Evidence was not destroyed, any more than normal. Hillary Clinton just simply ent to one of the foremost forensic experts in the world, who was in New York, and got him to say there wasn’t enough left on the part not cut out, for the defense to re-test.

    Who would that have been, by the way?

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  45. Bill’s doormat (although her bisexuality means she doesn’t mind being exactly that) has such a lousy, dishonest sense of judgment and discernment, that I wouldn’t trust her decisionmaking on just about anything. Perhaps she’s reliable when it comes to recommending a good recipe for cookies, but that’s about it.

    Mark (75db68)

  46. Mrs. Clinton wants voters to know she will continue the Obama tradition of rubbing America’s face in poop if she is elected President. That’s why she made the negative remarks about America. Just wait until she says what she really thinks about American voters.

    Gusto Smooth (941ba0)

  47. Both presidents spent too much because of congress. GWB had to fund the war as well as the newly establish DHS, so dims packed a bunch of pork onto every war funding bill.

    Nonsense. He had R majorities in both houses, and could have cut spending if he had wanted to. But he didn’t. He believed in bigger government, and worked with Ted Kennedy to increase it. The R leadership was also all for spending like drunken Democrats. They could have stopped it if they wanted to. There was nothing forcing them to go along with Bush just because he was from their party; they did it because they wanted to.

    Milhouse (2c3555)

  48. Are you saying that the dims didn’t fill war funding bills with pork? How about the Katrina funding bill?

    Hadoop (f7d5ba)

  49. The Ds had no power to do anything without the Rs’ consent; it was the Rs who did it.

    Milhouse (2c3555)

  50. The Ds had no power to do anything without the Rs’ consent; it was the Rs who did it.

    All they had to do was threaten a filibuster, which they did. Without a super majority, the minority party can hold up legislation. Delaying war funding really wasn’t an option.

    Hadoop (f7d5ba)

  51. Same thing with Katrina. GWB was already being labeled a racist for the supposed bungling the relief effort. It’s politics, and it’s very effective.

    Hadoop (f7d5ba)

  52. What a moron. Rank and file Democrats are okay with their politicians lying to them for crying out loud. What, you need a political system that allows you to lie to everybody? There are still some of those left.

    East Bay Jay (a5dac7)

  53. The USA has the best politicians money can buy. We’re #1. And, remember, it’ not important who votes, it’s only important who counts the votes.

    ropelight (65715c)

  54. I don’t know if this belongs in this thread, or the other thread:

    The New York Times has a rather favorable profile of Victoria Nuland’s husband, Robert Kagan (although it also has that he seems to rest some of his hopes on Hillary Clinton, so she’s what now? Someone who lies to everyone else, but not him?)

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/16/us/politics/historians-critique-of-obama-foreign-policy-is-brought-alive-by-events-in-iraq.html?_r=0

    Mr. Kagan pointed out that he had recently attended a dinner of foreign-policy experts at which Mrs. Clinton was the guest of honor, and that he had served on her bipartisan group of foreign-policy heavy hitters at the State Department, where his wife worked as her spokeswoman.

    “I feel comfortable with her on foreign policy,” Mr. Kagan said, adding that the next step after Mr. Obama’s more realist approach “could theoretically be whatever Hillary brings to the table” if elected president. “If she pursues a policy which we think she will pursue,” he added, “it’s something that might have been called neocon, but clearly her supporters are not going to call it that; they are going to call it something else.”

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  55. Just for you, Haiku:

    Her hair was th’ color of ‘lasses,
    As soft as a bundle of wire;
    An’ birds made their nests in its fastness:
    If they didn’t I shore am a liar.

    Her eyes was as bright as old saddles,
    An’ crossed on th’ end of her nose;
    Her hands was as shapely as paddles
    An’ hung down almost to her toes.

    Her cheeks was as smooth as th’ cactus,
    An’ pink as a big hunk of mud;
    At primpin’ she was allus in practice,
    An’ she was daintily shaped, like a tub.

    Her voice was as sweet as a longhorn’s,
    It sounded as soft as a scream;
    I’m scared to roll up in my blankets
    For fear that of her I will dream.

    – C.E. Mulford, “Johnny Nelson”

    nk (dbc370)

  56. This hyperbole by Hillary signals to me that she’s fearful of a “brutal” Presidential campaign, and that she’s probably not convinced that she would even win.
    I bet she hasn’t yet decided if she’s going to run in 2016.

    Elephant Stone (6a6f37)

  57. how the hell do you get the vagina monologues mixed up with the bible?

    BRAIN DAMAGE HELLO

    happyfeet (8ce051)

  58. Hillary Clinton tells voter to “get the F*ck away from me!”…

    She’s a nut, a typical self-entitled leftist. But since she supposedly oozes compassion — since she supposedly cares for all the little people throughout America, for the proletariat struggling to breathe free — far too much of the public therefore falls for two-faced liberals like her and feels she deserves their undying warmth and tender hearts.

    dailymail.co.uk, June 11: Emmett launches a stinging attack on the Clinton administration staff he used to protect – branding them arrogant and claiming that ex-First Lady Hillary Clinton was aloof. He tells how Hillary never said ‘thank you’ to agents, unlike her husband, Bill, and their daughter, Chelsea and treated the Secret Service agents like ‘hired help’, he said.

    Mark (7b4a56)

  59. Hillary’s compassionate alright. Like the time she had the White House Travel office staff rounded up without warning, tossed in the back of a windowless van along with their belongings, and unceremoniously dumped outside the WH gate. Hillary’s Hollywood pals coveted the travel office, there was money to be made on commissions, so the First Lady was quick to oblige, first she sent in her gal-pal Tamara Holder (then Jessie Jackson’s bottom feeding girlfriend and now a FOX NEWS contributor) to spy on the Travel Office staff and collect any dirt that could be used to justify dismissing them.

    When Holder couldn’t find or manufacture the required evidence, the First Lady became increasingly impatient and finally ordered Vince Foster (yes, that Vince Foster) to clean house even if it meant sacking loyal, long-time, employees and then smearing them with trumped up corruption charges when they complained of Hillary’s shabby treatment. That’s what Hillary’s brand of compassion looks like when little people get in her way. Then she denied any part in the dirty deal, just like in Whitewater scandal and in every other time she got caught with blood on her hands. Her memory fails and her records disappear.

    Then, of course there were all those men, women and children, 86 I believe, who got in the way of her planned gun grabbing photo op in Waco. That’s what happens to people who frustrate Hillary’s plans, same with those Americans in Benghazi and why there was no rescue attempt. They got in the way of Hillary’s plans and she made sure they paid the price. Dead men tell no tales.

    ropelight (ee02ef)

  60. Hillary’s Hollywood pals coveted the travel office, there was money to be made on commissions,

    Nah – it should be obvious that was a red herring.

    Clinton wanted to be able to hold secret meetings with some people without anybody knowing. He couldn’t have long term civil servants carried over form administration to adminsitration in the travel Office.

    They weren’t actually cicil servants. they could have been fired. But the Clintons anyone to think they had a special reason for replacing them, so they concocted ethics and other charges.

    Billy Dale was prosecuted. One person was offered the job of Inspector general at the VA if he would commit perjury. (or the hint fo ajob was removed if he would not say what they want)

    the First Lady became increasingly impatient and finally ordered Vince Foster (yes, that Vince Foster) to clean house

    Files about that were one of the things she had to keep out of the hands of Bernard Nussbaum, Vincent Foster’s legal boss, when he died, and then she made it look like it was Bernard Nussbaum, two days later, who was keeping files away from the Park police – like as if the Park Police would have any right normally to look through a lawyer’s files.

    No it was Bernard Nussbaum who might look through the files!

    Then, of course there were all those men, women and children, 86 I believe, who got in the way of her planned gun grabbing photo op in Waco. </i.

    The problem was this: AS PART OF THE PHOTO OP, Friend of Bill and Little Rock BATF head, and raid leader (in command of the "New Orleans" group, Jay William Buford, had murdered 3 of his own men, with the intention of blaming David Koresh, because he knew the warrant wasn't any good.

    But he couldn't confuse matters on the day of the raid because there was a ceasefire.

    Bill Clinton murdered the Branch Davidians to save Buford. I have no idea whether Buford consulted Clinton about murdering 3 of his own men before he did it.

    Sammy Finkelman (d22d64)

  61. ttp://legalinsurrection.com/2014/06/all-your-libraries-are-belong-to-hillary//#more

    Sammy Finkelman (d22d64)


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