Friday, March 07, 2008

Will Hillary Clinton Have To Screw On Her Pantsuits Every Morning?


Please see update at bottom......


If the right people had been in charge of Nixon's funeral, his casket would have been launched into one of those open-sewage canals that empty into the ocean just south of Los Angeles. He was a swine of a man and a jabbering dupe of a president. Nixon was so crooked that he needed servants to help him screw his pants on every morning. Even his funeral was illegal. He was queer in the deepest way. His body should have been burned in a trash bin.

Which leads us to wonder the following of Ms. Clinton.

Would, if she were elected president*, need servants to screw on her pantsuits on every morning?


Why do I ask such a terrible question?

Well it seems that her campaign, presumably at least tacitly under her direction, has become extremely twisted in, some would suggest, an crooked kind of way.

For example, there's the 'Obama lies about NAFTA' smear.... (her campaign started it)

Then there's the 'Obama is maybe a Muslim smear'...... (she wouldn't flat out deny a demonstrable falsehood)

Then there's the 'Obama maybe takes bad money' smear..... (her campaign floated it; he has received 1 million donations from individual donors; she takes foreign money in huge blocks)

Then there's the 'Obama maybe was a drug dealer' smear.... (unbelievable)

Then there's the 'Obama is just too negative smear'...... (wtf?)

And, finally, there's this.......'Obama is Ken Starr!!!!!!' (and neither of them, apparently, even smokes.....cigars).


*ie. AFTER a one term 'St. John the Formerly Obscure Before She Handed Him The Slime Machine' presidency.
Have been thinking about all this stuff
for awhile now, but it was crystallized by Randi Rhodes this afternoon on her drive time AirAmerica show. She's righteously pissed; and she has reason to be.
Updated: removed the 'Obama wears African clothes' pseudo/kinda/sorta smear that was originally part of this post because ,even though Drudge said it was the Clinton campaign that sent the pictures, well, it did, after all, come from Drudge (no linkage from here, no siree), and to my knowledge it hasn't been verified and/or flat out denied. Thanks to David P. in the comments for brining it to my attention. Regardless, the thing that it is maddening is that this does play jello/fodder for the Republican slime machine (although I guess you could make the innoculation argument if you were Toll like receptor and/or a Cajun named Carville).



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