Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Before the tables turned and Obama ripped the rug unceremoniously out of her “Sure thing” no problem return to the White House; both Clinton’s learned a lesson.
They weren’t ready for prime time then, and it has only been down “HILL” for the past 8 years.
This site was originally set up to oppose Hillary’s run in 2008.
This is Hillary Clinton, mean, lamp throwing, ashtray tossing adolescent when she doesn’t get her way. Saying she has a mouth on her like a drunken sailor is a clear insult to drunken sailor’s, they protect our country, Hillary want’s to bring it down.
I have more information on her “Gates,” collected that they alone will remind voters of what an evil woman, when put in the right hands Hillary actually was and still is.
Has anyone forgotten about Hillary Care, and the reason the Republicans took back the House during President Clinton’s first term?
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
By Johna Goldberg
The Goldberg File
Ever since Bill Clinton left office, my standard response to the question of whether the Clinton’s will come back to the national scene has been, “Of course they will.
Have you never seen a horror movie? There’s always a sequel. Chucky, Jason, Michael Myers: They all come back.”
The same holds true for Hillary Clinton. I think she’s running in 2016. But as I predicted, her poll numbers have started to come down. Why? Well, the main reason is Benghazi.
But even if Benghazi never happened, they’d still come down because politics does that to people. When you’re outside of partisan politics; as she was while secretary of state — you tend not to attract partisan ire.
If I were to tell you that I am undefeated in mixed martial arts, you wouldn’t immediately assume it’s because my fighting style — I call it the “Helicopter of Fists” — is so formidable. You’d probably assume it has something to do with the fact that I’ve never stepped inside an MMA ring. The same goes for politics. Start mixing it up, and you take punches.
I still think the Bride of Chucky will be back. But this idea that she’s an inevitable winner has always struck me as ridiculous. The simple fact is she’s not a very good politician. She’s not terrible. But she’s no Bill. She’s not even a Barack (as I wrote here).
It’s funny. Remember that “3:00 a.m. phone call” ad she used against Obama in the primaries? Well, if I were writing an attack ad against Hillary in 2016, I’d be very tempted to reprise that ad and aim it squarely at her. It almost writes itself. “It’s not good enough to pick up the phone. You need to know what to do.”