Many liberals support Hillary Clinton because she’s not a Republican and wouldn’t it be awesome to have our first woman president and stuff. Other liberals have actual beliefs when it comes to politics, and aren’t convinced by Clinton’s campaign rationale: “I recently became a grandmother and I really want to be president.” Now that Hillary is actually running, some of these liberals are starting to troll her, which is kind of amusing to watch.
Journeyman presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is desperate to portray herself as youthful and attuned to the concerns of “everyday Americans.” These efforts were on full display Thursday when, in an attempt to associate herself with the celebrity heroes of our nation’s youth—and in another slight at differently abled people—Hillary parked her expensive luxury vehicle in a handicapped parking spot.*
A Seattle CEO is making headlines for his decision to cut his own pay and raise his employees’ minimum salary to $70,000 a year. Dan Price, the chief executive of Gravity Payments, said he made the decision after ready a study that showed that giving people more money makes the happy.
At least one influential liberal blogger was very excited about the news.
Journeyman presidential candidate Hillary Clinton interacted with some everyday Iowa students in a garage on Tuesday, and taught all of us a lesson in the art of relatable politicking.
On several occasions during the roundtable event, Clinton revealed herself as a true “triple threat” by demonstrating an array of crucial skills that, when deployed correctly, can make even the most out-of-touch politicians appear somewhat human.
I honestly can’t tell if this story was intended as parody or some kind of ironic social commentary, because if it’s not the implications are frightening.
Hillary Clinton is hard at work reliving the glory days of her 2000 Senate campaign by driving (i.e., being driven) in a van nicknamed “Scooby.” She’s headed to Iowa, where she plans to launch the “campaigning” portion of her presidential campaign. On the way, she has allegedly interacted with some everyday Americans.*
Vox.com has helpfully provided a demographic analysis of Hillary Clinton’s campaign launch video. For example:
Number of people in Hillary Clinton’s announcement video besides Hillary Clinton: 38.
Number of women: 20.
Number of people of color: 13.
Number of women of color: 7.
Number of same-sex couples: 2.
Jordan Spieth didn’t just win the 2015 Masters at August National, he dominated it, becoming one of the youngest champions in history, and matching Tiger Woods’ record for lowest score. The 21-year-old Spieth stormed to victory despite the best efforts of seasoned veterans such as Phil Mickelson, 44, and Justin Rose, 34. According to a Free Beacon analysis, none of this bodes well for Hillary Clinton, who announced her second run for president just hours before Spieth donned the iconic green jacket.