Hillary Clinton’s Deplorables

Lefsetz! “So we live in an era where everybody’s fighting for attention and as a result fewer messages are ultimately heard, certainly not at length. You know Hillary Clinton’s talk of “deplorables”? Turns out that was only half of the quote, read Charles M. Blow’s piece yesterday to find out that Hillary was lamenting the state of the disadvantaged:

“…but that other basket of people who feel that the government has let them down, the economy has let them down, nobody cares about them, nobody worries about what happens to their lives and their futures, and they’re just desperate for change. It doesn’t even really matter where it comes from. They don’t buy everything he says, but he seems to hold out some hope that their lives will be different. They won’t wake up and see their jobs disappear, lose a kid to heroin, feel like they’re in a dead end. Those are people we have to understand and empathize with as well.'”

Bingo! If only those who felt Hillary didn’t care about them heard that. Here Hillary is saying the right thing, and that gives me hope.

But the story is only about her health.”

It’s also about this

Bill Clinton flubs his answer about Hillary’s “frequent” collapses, but CBS covers for him.

It’s also about this Hillary Overheats

(yes, the email I just tweeted is real)

Colin Powell provided some colorful commentary on the personal life of former President Bill Clinton, according to recently leaked emails.

In 2014, Powell wrote that he “would rather not have to vote” for Hillary Clinton because of reasons that included a report her husband was “still dicking bimbos at home.”  Powell did, however, write that Hillary “is a friend.”

“A 70-year person with a long track record, unbridled ambition, greedy, not transformational, with a husband still dicking bimbos at home,” he wrote.



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