Hillary Clinton is passionately devoted to transparency, which is why she earnestly declared in March of last year: “I want the public to see my emails.” How badly does Hillary want the voting public to have a full accounting of the emails she failed to preemptively delete from her unsecured private server? This badly:
Eight years after Barack Obama was swept into the White House on a passionate tsunami of “hope” and “change,” the Democratic Party is being forced to settle for Hillary Clinton, one of the worst presidential candidates in modern history. She is, at best, running marginally ahead of a 74-year-old socialist (who also promises to enact significant “change”) in the race for the 2016 nomination. Her message heading into the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries amounts to: “Realistic, incremental progress on a ruthlessly pragmatic assessment of a status quo characterized by spiritless gridlock in Washington and by the way did you know I’m a grandmother?”
The elite liberal establishment is not a fan of Bernie Sanders. They’re starting to panic because Hillary Clinton hasn’t stopped being a terrible candidate in the eight years since her most recent failed run for president. Beard freak intellectual Paul Krugman, for example, has launched a full-scale offensive against Bernie and his humble, working-class supporters.
There’s a lot of great candidate swag on the market these days. If you like rich grandmothers, there’s plenty of Hillary Clinton gear to choose from. If you care about social justice and the working class, here are some of the hottest Bernie Sanders items the internet has to offer.
Bill Clinton is going to Vegas. The former president will speak (solo, obviously) at campaign event in Sin City later this evening on behalf of his nominal wife, Hillary Clinton.
Clinton’s trip happens to coincide with the annual AVN Adult Entertainment Expo at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, just a 20-minute drive from the Advanced Technologies Academy where Clinton is speaking.
Prominent grandmother Hillary Clinton is not very good at running for president. Bernie Sanders, a 74-year-old champion of the working class, is pretty good at it, even though he’s not really trying to win. Hillary already choked once in 2008, despite resorting to nasty attacks against Barack Obama. She cried at the though of someone so inexperienced becoming president, and her husband accused Obama of playing the “race card.”
Hillary Clinton, a prominent grandmother and underachieving presidential candidate, is viewed more negatively than George W. Bush, the greatest living president of the United States, according to a recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. Here are the numbers with respect to voter attitudes toward public figures:
Hillary Clinton is starting to choke, just like she did in the 2008 Democratic primary against Barack Obama. Except this time she’s not running against a fresh-faced African-American prodigy; her only challenger is a 74-year-old socialist who (presumably) cuts his own hair. Maybe she’s just not very good at running for president