Hillary Humor

One of many I-can’t-get-over-it memes:

50 Shades of Blame by Shrillery

via Pinterest

Posted September 21st, 2017 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Humor

Hillary’s Tax-and-Spend Plans

Investor Business Daily analyzes Hillary’s recent speech on her plans to improve the economy.

Hillary Clinton’s Economic Plan: Tax-And-Spend With A Vengeance

But her answer to every question was the same: more government spending, more government mandates and regulations, and higher taxes on businesses and investors. Indeed, in 30 minutes she managed to pack in a huge number of new government programs.

It will be 8 years of the Obama economy part deux. Just remember that Obama is the first and only president in our 227 year history to fail to achieve 3% GDP growth even once during his term.

Posted August 12th, 2016 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Economics and the Economy

Compare and Contrast VP Announcements

Last week, Trump delayed announcing Pence as his VP choice for a day because of the horrific terrorist attack in Nice.

Today, a man yelling Allah Akbar gunned down children in Munich.

This afternoon, the Virginia Supreme Court struck down Governor McAuliffe’s sweeping executive order to give voting rights back to 200,000 felons, jeopardizing a Democratic victory in November in a barely-blue battleground state.

Two hours later, under the shadow of the ongoing manhunt in Germany and as appalling details continued to emerge, Hillary announced Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as her running mate.

#NoClass

Posted July 22nd, 2016 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Trump, Donald

What Trump Portends

American Spectator:

The big difference between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is that no one — Trump included, most likely — knows what a Trump presidency would look like. Everyone appears to know what a Clinton presidency would look like.

Exactly.

Posted May 27th, 2016 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Trump, Donald

Of 3rd Parties Runs and Acting Presidential

After the Nevada Democrat convention went full-out cra-cra, the talking heads are having a field day. Fiscal Times says to get ready for a third party run from Bernie Sanders. MarketWatch lectures Bernie that he has to decide if he’s a Democrat or a revolutionary. But I think that Professor Larry Sabato has it right: imagine the things Sanders will be able to demand when he goes to the DNC convention with 40% of the delegates in his pocket.

…think about what you can do with a raucous group of 40% of the delegates. He’ll want all sorts of platform planks, he’ll want influence on VP pick, he may want to control some of the scheudle [sic]. This is going to get really stick and messy…

I may watch the DNC convention for the first time in my life; it promises to be just as entertaining as the Trump show in Cleveland.

At least Romney has thrown in the towel on the #NeverTrump movement and finally abandoned the idea of recruiting a candidate for a third-party run.

I fully expect Trump to start pulling away from Hillary in the polls as he starts focusing his rhetoric in her and Bill’s direction. I missed the interview with Hannity wherein he described Bill’s assault as rape but that’s just the beginning for Bill (we’ve already seen the “crooked Hillary” label stick … I wonder if he’ll start saying “rapey Bill“).

In other news, the video Hillary Clinton lying for 13 minutes straight has over 7 million views on YouTube. It will be interesting to see how damaging a similar video for Trump will be once that is published (the authors said he would be next) but I doubt that it will have the same impact. Everyone knows that the Don’s positions have changed and solidified with his entry into politics and he doesn’t have the same disappointing history of expected truth-telling as Hillary.

Meanwhile, Trump is starting to show his “presidential” persona to the voters. Scott Adams has a great analysis of Trump’s interview with Megyn Kelly. In addition to his positioning to win over women (really, read the “excuse me” section of the analysis … hilarious), Adams notes the change in behavior now that Trump isn’t trying to take out 16 simultaneous threats:

Voters worry that the dangerous-sounding guy Trump plays on television is real. So Trump successfully showed his sane side in the interview. Everything he said sounded reasonable enough, especially the part where he said he wouldn’t have gotten so far in the campaign without getting ugly. You know that’s true.

Then Trump proved he can modulate his behavior on demand by…modulating his behavior on command. Trump was personable and even a bit humble with Kelly. He turned a professional enemy into what looks like a friend, and he did it right in front of our eyes. Kelly even mentioned that she gave Trump her cellphone number. The two of them got along great, and we got to watch. It all looked genuine to me. No sign of any insanity.

One other thing that you probably didn’t see mentioned in the mainstream press (Drudge featured it for a bit): Chelsea’s husband shut down his pro-Greek hedge fund after losing 90% of investors’ money:

The kid was betting on a bankrupt welfare state’s ability to right its course, Hahahaha! He should blame his parents, both former Democrat members of Congress (and one – the father – an ex-con imprisoned for fraud). Nobody but a clueless liberal would bet serious money on a welfare state reforming itself. Yet somehow young Mezvinsky, was able to raise $25 mill.

Another nut that didn’t fall far from the tree. I wouldn’t trust him to hold my dog’s leash, much less with anything of real value. Which pretty much goes for everyone in that crowd. Who are you going to trust with your tax dollars, your 401K investments, your children’s futures … politician Hillary or businessman Don?

Disclaimer: I fully expect to be disappointed in a Trump presidency, particularly in domestic and economic policies. OTOH, I expect another Clinton presidency to be an unmitigated disaster from which the country will never recover.

Posted May 19th, 2016 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Trump, Donald

Pantsuit Song

And now for a little humor at HC’s expense.

Posted February 25th, 2016 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Humor

Trump Promises to Prosecute H. Clinton

Trump has just stepped it up a notch. In an interview with Sean Hannity, the Donald said that other people have been prosecuted for less, that she is being protected, and that he would have no choice but to prosecute her.

“If I’m the nominee, this is not gonna be a subject that’s gonna die down very easily,” said Trump.

Hopefully, this is one promise he’ll actually keep.

Posted February 23rd, 2016 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Trump, Donald

Best Benghazi Movie Review

PJ Media covers 3 Stunning Indictments of Obama and Hillary in Benghazi Movie which is hardly unexpected in a movie review from a conservative news source.

But then this:

In the end, 13 Hours isn’t about a terror plot to destroy America, or the potentially damning decisions of elected officials in Washington. It’s about six home-grown American family men who lay their lives on the line for each other against impossible odds. And that’s a hero’s tale worth telling, no matter the political fallout.

Nice.

26 Things I Trust More than Hillary Clinton

Things I Trust More than Hillary Clinton…

  1. Mexican tap water
  2. A rattlesnake with a “pet me” sign
  3. OJ Simpson showing me his knife collection
  4. An elevator ride with Ray Rice
  5. Taking pills offered by Bill Cosby
  6. Michael Jackson’s Doctor
  7. A Palestinian in Isreal with a backpack on a motorcycle
  8. Gas station Sushi
  9. A Jimmy Carter economic plan
  10. Brian Williams news reports
  11. Loch Ness monster sightings
  12. Playing Russian Roulette with a semi-auto pistol
  13. Emails from Nigerian princes
  14. The Heimlich Maneuver from Barney Frank
  15. A prostate exam from Captain Hook
  16. Prayers for peace from Al Sharpton
  17. Rosie O showing restraint at an all-you-can-eat buffet
  18. Prostitutes in Thailand
  19. Joe Biden with his arm around me.
  20. The government when it says a tax will be temporary
  21. North Korean media
  22. John Kerry’s war record.
  23. Obama’s Birth Certificate
  24. Kool Aid at a Jim Jones party
  25. Paris Hilton proofreading a college thesis
  26. Nancy Pelosi’s grip on reality

See an expanded list of 109 things I trust more than Hillary Clinton at ThingsITrustMoreThanHillary.com.

Posted October 26th, 2015 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Humor

Analyzing the Hack of Obama’s Email

CNN reported that hackers in the employ of the Russian government were able to access President Obama’s email system inside the White House.

The first question that springs to mind is this (and it’s an important one):

If spies were able to penetrate the (supposedly) tight security of the U.S. Government computer systems, just how secure were then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails which were kept outside of government control on equipment stored in her own home?

The most powerful woman in the world depended on a non-official email system to conduct business that potentially dealt with the security of every citizen of the United States, and if that doesn’t enrage you then nothing will.

But back to the Russians. The official line from the State Department is that this was reported last year and is no big thing.

Not exactly.

CNN citing unnamed U.S. officials that had been briefed on the investigation, reports that last year’s admission “understated the sensitivity of the information accessed.” 

I’m shocked (not). And if that’s true, what else are they lying, uh, I mean “understating” or just plain not telling us about?

Well let’s see … a WH National Security Council spokesman poo-pooed the CNN report, calling it speculation about a previously disclosed breach.

“Any such activity is something we take very seriously. In this case, as we made clear at the time, we took immediate measures to evaluate and mitigate the activity,” said spokesman Mark Stroh.

Really? Because it turns out that to access the White House servers, the Russian hackers used an exploit from an earlier hack in which the State Department’s network was breached.

My oh my. Where were the evaluation and mitigation activities then? And have these so-called activities increased in efficacy over time?

The White House does not believe its classified systems, which contain national security information, were compromised, White House Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes told CNN in an interview.

Color me cynical, but I am not convinced.

Posted April 8th, 2015 Filed in Clinton, Hillary, Homeland Security, Scandals