Ode to Hillary  

rm_phoundrx7 39M
498 posts
7/23/2006 10:06 pm

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7/24/2006 7:50 pm

Ode to Hillary

Well folks, it's time for viewer (un)appreciation day. Since Ms. Rodham won the voting, she gets to be a point of discussion. So, here goes. Enjoy!!

Well, the only person who doesn't seem to think she'll run for President in 08 is her, which I find hillarious (pun intended).

We all know she's going to run, after all, she was President before, just not officially. And we all know what a domineering, power hungry woman she is. And she makes no bones about it either folks.

Even when her husband was the official President, Ms. Rodham was clearly the one running the show, and we all knew it.

So, the idea of wanting to get out from under Bill's shadow, much like Al Gore tried to do, is a very tempting proposition. And she's got a good shot. With everyone so sick of Bush, to have a Clinton in the White House seems nice to many, but she's not a Clinton.

I say that because, during the Presidency, when did she ever make the appearance that she was the wife of Bill, instead of him being the husband of Hillary?

During the Monica mess? Whitewater? Any of the scandals?

All she ever did was blame the evil right wingers for conspiring to assassinate the President's character (hahaha!!!!!!!!!); or the Republicans for smearing Bill with accusation after accusation (like sales of missle technology to China, having a former Chinese government lobbyist as the head of the NSA, a large chunk of their associates ending up behind bars, etc.); or all the evil women who were out to get Bill for sexual misconduct (there was no sexual misconduct, he had sex with each and every one of them, willingly, as were they too).

That might be perceived to be defending her husband, but we all know better.

It was a calculated effort to shield herself, to make herself look like the supportive wife, and to keep Bill from getting kicked out of office for impeachment. After all, wasn't Hillary one of the leading proponents of impeaching Nixon for similar reasons? So she would be an expert on the subject.

And she's already up to the same old tricks: demagouging, ridiculing, blaming, name calling; all the same things she was doing when she was in power.

So why would we want to go through another four more years of self-pity, no self-responsibilty, spinelessness, and why me crap?

Because she's not Bush, she's a Clinton. And people love the Clintons, no matter how many problems they create (in the short & long term), no matter how much credit they take for things they had little, if anything, to do with, and no matter how many laws they break. As long as they kiss ass, brown nose, and pucker up, they'll still be worshipped.

Only this time around, if she is elected, Bill will be the first lady, which is probably music to Ms. Rodham's ears.

So, once and for all, she can finally look at him, and go, "bitch, get some coffee!"

Instead of Bill going, "bitch, cover up my screw ups for me."

She's looking forward to that, wouldn't you?

rm_phoundrx7 39M
340 posts
7/24/2006 7:50 pm

The same as a man. During the Elizabethan period of England's history, she was a ruler that could be considered brutal.

The only society that can ever achieve peace is one that has no enemies, and is united.

So no matter the ruler, shit is going to go down, and it needs to be dealt with however it can be.

dawndirtymind 42F
370 posts
7/24/2006 7:07 pm

While I'm not a fan of hers, it would be nice to see Bill be the Bitch. lol
And it while I don't think it will happen for quite some time, it would be interesting to see how things go both in the country and outside if a woman got elected.

rm_phoundrx7 39M
340 posts
7/24/2006 6:15 pm

Because, even with all our faults, we're still the best country in the world to be in.

rm_phoundrx7 39M
340 posts
7/24/2006 9:27 am

mouth: I sympathize, but to do so would be giving up, and that can't happen.

Remember the last election, and how many of the top liberal assholes said they were going to Europe or Canada.

Someone's got to stay and fight. Or have the country overrun by whiny little pussies.

rm_phoundrx7 39M
340 posts
7/24/2006 9:25 am

Kitka: I hope to everything that she isn't. I just hope she decides to run in '12 if not running, or defeated in '08.

I'll turn 35 the year of the election.

needuinmymouth 40M
4 posts
7/23/2006 10:37 pm

If she gets into office I am moving to Canada or Japan. Either one will do just fine. Just keep her out of office.

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