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    Is this disease incurable?


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    Is this disease incurable?

    Post  sinister_midget on Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:22 pm

    Hillary is like a disease that won’t go away

    Certain dread diseases are not curable. They might go away for a while but eventually they come back with ugly pus-filled sores that itch, fester and ooze. They're painful and embarrassing.

    Hillary Clinton is like that.

    Just when we thought she'd gone away, she's flaring up worse than ever. She has a new book out, for which she's started tours. You have to pay money to come to the book tour to hear her pitch this book that she wants you to pay money to buy to read about what a generous person she is.

    We shouldn't be surprised. This is the woman who was charging public universities and charities a quarter million for one-hour speeches.

    This book — her latest vehicle for monetizing the American political system — is about how she was humiliated by an amateur in the last election. It's called "What Happened."

    Everyone else already knows what happened. The Dems nominated a selfish and charmless candidate who ran an abysmal campaign.

    She had a documented history of greed, graft and grime. She was the subject of a lukewarm endorsement by the sitting Dem president, and was shown to have colluded with establishment Dems to undermine Bernie Sanders after he generated the enthusiasm that she could not.

    She was "extremely careless" with national security according to the FBI of a Dem administration. They nonetheless decided not to prosecute her in a decision that we now know was made by them or their boss long before they completed their investigation.

    So, does Hillary's book explain these mistakes or apologize for them? If you think so, then you don't know Hillary.

    It's a blame book. Mostly, she blames men. She blames the man named Bernie Sanders for running against her. She blames men who supported Bernie Sanders whom she dismisses as "Bernie bros."

    She blames white men for being too racist to vote for her. She blames black men for being too lazy to vote for her. She blames media men biased in her favor for being insufficient in their bias.

    She blames that same FBI man who exonerated her with his predetermined charade of an investigation.

    She blames Russian men.

    As for her mistakes, she doesn't regret taking millions from Wall Street (men), but admits that it was bad "optics." In other words, pay-to-play in American politics looks bad but is not. If only she had disguised it better.

    She says that she felt intimidated in debating the man she lost to, and she wishes she'd told him "Back up, you creep." But this woman who wants us to believe she's tough enough to stare down a North Korean man with nukes was apparently too chicken to manage an unarmed and inarticulate nonprofessional debater in front of sympathetic moderators.

    This book has Republicans in full-blown schadenfreude — bring it on! — but isn't playing well in Dem circles. One Dem rag reports that a Dem insider said, "Honestly, I just wish she'd shut … up and go away."

    A big Dem donor said, "I think she should just zip it." A Dem congressman criticized her for playing "a blame game." An Obama administration official lamented that "none of this is good for the party."

    Well, no, it's not good for her party — or for her country. But with Hillary, her candidacy was never about her party or her country.

    No, everything Hillary does is about Hillary. She seems devoid of any feelings other than the blinding and blaming rage she exhibits toward her husband, toward her co-workers, toward people who don't vote for her, toward people who do, toward Secret Service agents protecting her life, and toward anybody else who fails to unite her with her ambitions.

    Like a virus, she seems unalive but somehow able to hijack, use and then cripple her host. She proclaimed to a talking head on TV, "I'm not going anywhere."

    Indeed. If only there were a cure.

    Meanwhile, we just passed the 16th anniversary of 9/11, a day on which I personally lost a whole family of friends.

    Years after 9/11, it came out that on that day a DC Air National Guard pilot named Lt. Heather Penney was in an unarmed F-16 fighter (they didn't routinely arm them in those days). She was part of the first generation of women fighter pilots.

    She had been ordered to collide with one of the hijacked airliners headed for Washington, D.C., in order to bring it down before it could strike its target. It was a suicide mission, and she knew it.

    The airliner went down before she intercepted it, however, due to the separate heroism of the onboard passengers. Those passengers unknowingly saved her life and the lives of many others in D.C.

    Lt. Penney was asked why she was ready to die for her country that day. She said this:

    "Why? Because there are things in this world that are more important than ourselves. Freedom. The Constitution of the United States. Our way of life. Mom, baseball, apple pie; these things and so many more that make us uniquely American. We belong to something greater than ourselves. As complex and diverse and discordant as it is, this thing, this idea called America, binds us together in citizenship and community and brotherhood."

    Hillary, are you listening?

    She's like a disease alright. Herpes. And while we all suffer some from the Hitlery flareups, the Democrats are in constant pain and suffering because the symptoms she causes for them remind people they're the carriers.

    The American Dream is to be Donald Trump.
    -- Barack Hussein Obama

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    Re: Is this disease incurable?

    Post  sinister_midget on Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:51 pm

    Jeffrey Lord: Hillary Clinton Is the New David Duke

    Right in character, there was David Duke blaming race for his various election defeats over the years in Louisiana.

    Bitterly Duke said that he lost because his GOP opponent in one special election “was quite successful in referencing a nostalgia that would give hope, comfort, settle grievances, for millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others because—”

    The interviewer prompted Duke to get to his point: “What you’re saying is millions of black people.” Replied Duke: “Millions of black people, yeah.”

    The interview was typical of Duke’s racial pandering and….oh wait. Apologies. Somehow I got this confused. This race card player wasn’t David Duke at all. It was Hillary Clinton.

    Yes, you read that right. In an interview with Jane Pauley on CBS Sunday Morning, in which the failed 2016 Democratic Party nominee was promoting her new book What Happened, Clinton actually sounded exactly like former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, blaming her loss on race. The exchange had Clinton saying that Donald Trump “was quite successful in referencing a nostalgia that would give hope, comfort, settle grievances, for millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others because—”

    Queried Jane Pauley: “What you’re saying is millions of white people.”

    To which Clinton assented, saying: “Millions of white people, yeah.”

    Newsflash? There is nothing either new or startling here. Clinton is a believer in “identity politics” — the grandchild of slavery and the son of segregation, the latter two racist policies the political fuel for Clinton’s party from its birth, not to mention the later “progressive movement” that was folded into the party by Woodrow Wilson. The latter perhaps the most racist president in American history who celebrated the pro-Ku Klux Klan film Birth of a Nation in the White House when he had some down time from segregating the U.S. government and the U.S. military.

    The real problem here is that the mainstream media rolls over for this, giving all those race-card playing progressives a pass. For a reason.

    To acknowledge that race is the political fuel of the Left would be to admit that the perpetual charges of racism directed over the decades at everyone from GOP presidential nominee Barry Goldwater in 1964 to Breitbart today are not only flatly untrue but deliberately designed to distract from the real perpetrators whose obsession with race is what runs the Democratic Party and the progressive left.

    To see how the Left plays the game one only needs to take a good look at all the recent uproar over not just taking down monuments to various Confederate leaders but going back to the Jefferson Memorial to add information about Jefferson’s ownership of slaves. As Breitbart reported a while back, “the president of the Trust for the National Mall in Washington, D.C. says ‘the physical symbols of American history and democracy will be scrutinized and challenged’ in the near future.”


    Sitting in splendor on the Mall is another monument, this one to the president who made it his mission to get the Jefferson Memorial built in the first place. That would be Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Democrat and progressive Roosevelt not only pushed the U.S. Commission on Fine Arts in 1934 to erect the memorial to Jefferson, once funded FDR personally laid the cornerstone for the memorial in 1939 and would dedicate it at its opening on April 13, 1943 — the 200th anniversary of Jefferson’s birthday.

    Doesn't matter. Everybody and everything is expendable for the left in pursuit of their totalitarian goals. Even MLK, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and former Emperor Hussein when the time comes.

    In 1997 President Bill Clinton dedicated the newest memorial on the Mall — this one to FDR himself. And what did Hillary’s husband have to say at that dedication? As seen here, Clinton enthused over and over about all the aspects of FDR’s presidency and career, calling Roosevelt “the greatest President of this great American century.” One FDR accomplishment after another was recalled by Clinton — except one.

    Franklin Roosevelt is the president who went out of his way to appoint a lifetime member of the Ku Klux Klan — progressive Democrat and Alabama Senator Hugo Black — to the United States Supreme Court. And why not? Progressives and racism were the peanut butter and jelly of Leftist politics. As a sitting Justice it was Black who, leading the five other FDR Court appointees in the 1944 Korematsu v. United States decision, wrote the opinion that gave a thumbs up to the internment of Japanese-Americans. A decision based not on the Constitution but on race.

    Will the Trust for the National Mall add this interesting information to the FDR memorial? We will see. What about adding to the corrective list the segregationist views of the Washington park memorializing former president Lyndon B. Johnson? Or the Potomac-spanning Woodrow Wilson Bridge? Or the Richard B. Russell Senate Office Building — Russell the author of the notorious “Southern Manifesto” that opposed civil rights and desegregation.

    But the point here is not just that the FDR memorial and all the rest of these Washington monuments ignore both FDR’s Klan relationships and the racist roots of these other monuments/memorials and buildings that dot the Washington landscape. The point is that whether it was Democratic Party founder Jefferson or Jefferson Memorial backer FDR or LBJ, Richard Russell or Bill Clinton in 1997 and Hillary Clinton today, playing the race card while skillfully attributing racism to others is a staple of the American Left. Then, now, and always.

    Hillary Clinton may be the latest — but she isn’t the first. Indeed, here is her husband Bill Clinton calling the Trump slogan of “Making America Great Again” racist — even though he himself had used the exact same slogan when he ran for president.

    In essence Hillary Clinton, like all of her race card playing predecessors in her party specifically including her husband, is merely the latest to play the race card.

    The serious problem here is that the mainstream media doesn’t have the guts to call Hillary out as the new David Duke — or in fact just the latest reincarnation of the rest of the shamefully infamous and always Leftist Party of Race.

    Not to worry. In this corner? I will.

    The American Dream is to be Donald Trump.
    -- Barack Hussein Obama

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