Remember the girl who was dating the wrong guy; the girl people snickered at behind her back? She was ‘in love’ with a creep she dreamt was her knight in shining armor. He was cruel to her, cheated on her, mooched off of her, (or all three,) but she couldn’t give him up. He was a bully, a drug addict, a thief, but she believed all the lies and misdirection, made excuses for him, even loved him more, all for a fantasy.
Some people may have tried to talk sense into her, but “Patsy” (not her real name) refused to believe. She wanted to live the reverie of her prince charming, much like a large percentage of the voting public in our U. S. of A.
Take Barack Obama, please, as an example prince (who would be king.) On a recent Fox broadcast, Obama supporters were asked why they would vote for him, and not one of them had a concrete answer. One poor fool actually answered, “He’s a good oratator [sic].” What? It’s true that Obama is a good speaker, and that is a useful attribute for a president. But you can’t stay with a guy just because he says nice things, Patsy. What is Obama? He has less experience than Hillary. With all due respect, he took office as a US senator in 2005, so, he has less experience that just about anybody. Actually his singular claim to fame is in being our nation’s “most liberal senator” according to the National Journal’s 2007 vote ratings.
His website has the following motto: “I’m asking you to believe. Not just in my ability to bring about real change in Washington… I’m asking you to believe in yours.” That’s, like, the smoothest line ever to get a girlfriend in bed, or a voting booth, for instance. It begs the question, Patsy: Hope for what? Change to what? Does it ever occur to the Obama-maniacs that they live in the world’s greatest nation, one that millions want to enter, and that things could get worse?
Obama’s campaign staffers have Che Guevera posters on their walls, and when some people disagreed that having a known torturing murderer’s image on display was sending a mixed message, there was a very tepid response from Obama. Apparently, having his representatives also openly supporting the main henchman of a brutal dictator didn’t offend him at all. For the record, senator, Che was really an agent of change. Cuba will never be the same again.
To be fair, the “change” and “hope” platforms can be seductive. So it’s understandable that with nothing to his credit to recommend him for the presidential title, Obama latched on to indefinite vagaries that would somehow still appeal to the dizzy masses. After all, this society thrives on the notion that nothing is ever really good enough. We laud people, only to tear them down. “The Enquirer,” “The E! Hollywood True Story,” and Hollywood in general are great examples. Another one to examine is the famous cat woman, who has had many too many plastic surgeries. Maybe that’s what Barack’s followers hope for America. Is that what is meant by “change”? Is Obama talking the US into a triple D-cup?
Now, think about Hillary Clinton. Hillary had (among other troubles), Travelgate, Whitewater, and the Rose Law Firm problems. Clinton recommended her former law partners, Web Hubbell, Vince Foster, and William Kennedy for important government positions. Hubbell was later imprisoned, Foster committed suicide, and Kennedy was forced to resign. There were fund-raising legal issues with Jorge Cabrera, Wang Jun, and Yah Lin “Charlie” Trie. Recently David Rosen, her former finance director, was indicted on charges relating to fundraising activities for Hillary. And don’t forget the Lincoln bedroom-for-rent mess. David Geffen, left-wing media mogul, stated in an interview, “Everybody in politics lies, but (the Clintons) do it with such ease, it’s troubling.” She gets away with things normal hypocrites can’t even dream up.
When asked why they are for Hillary, fawning supporters often answer “universal healthcare.” Good one, girlfriend, since that is the one true effort where Hillary has most clearly failed, costing the taxpayers $13,000,000 back in 1994. For my part, if someone cost me that much money to come up with nothing – not even a small improvement on the current system – I would fire her, not promote her. Oops! That’s right, she didn’t actually hold office back then.
Soon enough, though, she became a senator. As the junior senator from New York, she has passed no major legislation. Some of us can only hope she would do as much as president. (Does the failure to act like a senator count as a failure, or just an omission?) So, now there is an official record of her not doing much of anything to qualify her for the job of president, except that she slept with one (supposedly.) There is, however, ample argument that universal healthcare, her major platform, is not just a relatively bogus issue, in light of the war on terror, but also a step down from the system we have now. Socialized Europe and Canada’s healthcare systems are not improvements over ours, or clearly Micheal Moore would be having his gastric bypass overseas.
Another topic that comes up in favor of Hillary is that she would immediately start withdrawing US troops, (prematurely,) from the war she voted for. So our prospective Commander in Chief is willing to cut-and-run on a war she started. Somehow, to the vapid throngs, that’s enough to recommend her for the job. As an aside, that whole thing about her having been lied to by Bush about WMD’s, well, Bill Clinton lied to her and she didn’t have a problem with that. He also agreed with the WMD assessment of Hussein’s Iraq, (leaving it to Bush to handle,) as did John Kerry, noted anti-war hero, and Madeleine Albright, who was personally selected by Hillary to serve as Secretary of State, and who Bill Clinton has recalled as “my [sic] worst mistake.” The good news is that since she only had to return $200,000 of White House artwork, china and furniture stolen during her move out, perhaps we can assume she’ll bring the rest back if she takes office. This is certainly the woman I want my little girls looking up to as a role model, I mean, especially after what Bill taught them about sex already.
As a doting bimbo, one should (and apparently does) put all this aside, and still have faith in the fantasy of another Clinton in the White house.
Her only problem is that in 2012, Bill Clinton’s freeze on the National Archives records of their time in the White House thaws, and the real dirt on Hillary will come out. It may be worse than we think.
But maybe not. Maybe if we just hope and believe…
And that belief is what makes a good girlfriend (or a dumb patsy.)
Actually, it’s just what makes a democrat
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