Monday, February 12, 2007

Hillary-ous!

How about a little political humour? Hat tip to Mike D.

12 comments:

Pete's Blog said...

Roman

A funny clip lol.

Given Hillary:

- is in her husband's shadow politically
- is hypocracy incarnate - as she knew about Bill's womanising since the moment he started dating her and the others simultaneously (yet she's a feminist...?)
- had a string of corruption scandals even before she entered politics
- has been so centrist she could be a Republican

AND

- is terribly noisy.

I'd only vote for her (if I could) if I didn't have to put up with her in the US (which I don't).

She's a used turkey.

Pete

roman said...

I confess that I did, at one time, feel sympathetic towards Hillary because of her husband's insatiable apetite for philandering. She removed all of my empathy for her when she claimed to be completely "taken aback" and was "utterly surprised and shocked" at learning of Bill's activities with Miss Lewinsky. What a phony and drama queen she turned out to be. She is, however, still a political force to be reckoned with because she currently controls the sole position of potential "first woman" POTUS.
OT.. I heard a rumour that there is a move amongst strict Republican conservatives to draft Australia's John Howard to stand for president of USA after his comments about Barrack Obama's stance on the Iraq war. Stay tuned for further developments.

Renegade Eye said...

Hillary vs McCain is scary. Both are self righteous and phony at the same time.

roman said...

ren,

Those traits are fairly common amongst today's politicians. Some hide it better than others. Hillary has not placed enough emphasis on her PR image campaign and it shows. In stark contrast, her husband was/is a master at concealing those negative traits. Blessed with massive amounts of gray matter, Bill Clinton masquaraded as everyone's best friend and never took a stance which was contrary to public opinion and focus group approval. Up until he stared into the TV camera and boldly declared " I did not have sex with that woman", his image and credibility were politically meticulous. I am surprised that Hillary did not learn a few pointers on image from him.

Pete's Blog said...

Roman

Your reference to John Howard is interesting. While I think he would be an improvement over Bush (Junior) in the role of Prez I think he's temporarilly limited by your Constitution to governorships. Governor of or California or Texas is a definite possibility. Annexation of the US to the Commonwealth of Australia may follow. Who kows :)

Pete

Pete's Blog said...

So I wonder if Cheney will run?..;D

roman said...

Hi Pete,

Cheney is a walking medical disaster. His medical history is such that to attempt a run would be very high risk indeed. Out of the question.
Maybe his wife? Hey.. if Hillary can do it... ;D

Renegade Eye said...

Hillary really scares me. I wonder if the rank and file Dems, will reject her?

Renegade Eye said...

Time to move on to spoofing Obama.

Pete's Blog said...

Any mista like McCain who be born in Coco Solo gonna have a whole lotta mutinies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caine_Mutiny) on his hands when he attempt to steer the Repub's towards a virtuous centrist course (of the Lord).

And Happy Easter

Pete

San Nakji said...

where'd roman go i wonder?

roman said...

San Nakji,

I was working 24/7, non-stop. Moving too fast to stop. I have come to a screaching halt, however, and I will again start posting and visiting sites and becoming the usual pain in the a**.
Fair warning...

Pete,

McCain is not looking too good! His political "treasure chest" is not filling as fast as Rudy's or Mitt's. His low key style is just not working well with voters so far. He's got the credentials but not the charisma. Gotta find the charisma fast to make a difference.