Hills just can’t let it go, can she?

Don’t let Brexit undermine Ireland’s peace
Hillary Clinton
Those who say the Good Friday agreement has run its course are wrong. Reinstating the Irish border would be an enormous setback

Boilerplate blather etc.

Except:

Even now, I can picture clearly my husband’s first trip to Northern Ireland as president. On a cold winter night in 1995, Bill and I joined thousands of people at Belfast city hall for the lighting of the Christmas tree.

Still her best claim to fame is her hubby, eh? Strong independent woman or what?

9 comments on “Hills just can’t let it go, can she?

  1. She left out the bit where she was subjected to sniper fire by a temporary coalition of the IRA, UVF, and Serbian militants.

  2. People liked him.

    Perhaps if she had been more generous in the bedroom they would still.

    Personally I am not annoyed this harridan won’t go away. I hope she stays around, like a witch from Macbeth, forever.

  3. Too busy to check the source. Presumably she is not worried about the UK side as they are clear that no border is fine even if trade i’s and t’s are yet to be dotted. Is she really attacking the EU for their insistence that Ireland will be required to impose a border unless Northern Ireland is within the customs union? That is news.

  4. I see her as co-opting Christmas.

    She is a Bond level villain. Though lacking the intrigue of Bond villains. She is base. Obvious. The reason we hate lawyers.

  5. Even now, I can picture clearly my husband’s first trip to Northern Ireland as president. On a cold winter night in 1995, Bill and I joined thousands of people at Belfast city hall for the lighting of the Christmas tree.

    Bill seemed to have some unusual stains on his trousers that were illuminated by the purple lighting at the event which surprised me.

  6. ISP,

    How is Britain going to keep the funny forriners out if there is no hard border?

  7. Even now, I can picture clearly my many months (May-Oct) in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1995, including a few trips to Dublin.

    Drove across pre-“Good Friday” border on both main and country roads: no checks, stops, customs, nothing at all – no different to England/Scotland where M6 becomes M74

    It’s anti-Brexit pro-EU scaremongering.

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