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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Hillary Clinton's Vapid Excuses: Misogyny

Hat tip Inner Peace



"Misogyny plays a role. That just has to be admitted."




It never ceases to amaze me how a woman can say so many words and say nothing of substance. Hillary Clinton spent an entire campaign doing just that. Now she is writing yet another book and starting to speak publicly again. Why not? She gets over $250,000 a speech.

In this interview last week with liberal NY Times writer Nicholas Kristof, she blames misogyny (as well as the FBI director) for her defeat in the election.

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"Anybody's fairer than you."

This woman is incapable of telling the truth and is incapable of admitting her own flaws. There is always an excuse. It's always someone else's fault. Narcissism? Sociopathy? I have no idea. I am not a psychiatrist, but there is something deeply wrong with this woman's thinking. The American people finally realized it in sufficient numbers. She should be embarrassed to lose to a businessman who had no previous government experience and his own flaws dripping off his sleeve.

Fortunately, due to her advancing age, I think we don't have to worry about her any longer in the political front. However, she will find a way to keep herself in the public spotlight with her dopey books and empty speeches that will bring her more millions.



Misogyny!!

5 comments:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

One could see this coming the day after the election when she said the country is "more divided than we thought." Not a chance that Hillary Clinton might be "more repugnant to voters than she thought." Enough votes were cast for Trump in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania by voters who had twice supported Barack Obama and chose Bernie Sanders in the primary, to tip any or all of those states' electoral votes. That's where any analysis should begin. I think the most popular candidate for president right now is a woman ... Michelle Obama, who has grace, poise, erudition, everything Hillary and Donald lack. But I don't want her to run, because I don't want any more dynasties, no matter what the family name. I don't think she wants to either.

Gary Fouse said...

Repugnant? I like that. I had never called her that before, but she is surely repugnant. Can I use that too?

I am not as impressed with Michelle Obama as you are, but I have no complaints about her performance as first lady. Wasn't great, but wasn't bad either.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Coming from you Gary, that's a tremendous compliment to Michelle Obama. And I too think she said something once or twice that would have been better unsaid. But then, since when does the First Lady need my permission to speak her mind?

You can use my adjective as long as each time you add "I never thought of Hillary Clinton as repugnant until my Bolshevik friend Siarlys suggested it. Then it all made sense."

Gary Fouse said...

No deal.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Fortunately for you Gary, I don't think you actually need my permission to use a word that can be found in any dictionary. Although I did see a good ONION piece reporting that Microsoft had taken out a copyright on the numbers "0" and "1."