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A woman President, sure, but please, not this one

She tried making light of it. “You may have seen that I recently launched a Snapchat account,” Clinton joked recently. “I love it. I love it. Those messages disappear all by themselves.”
Nobody thought it was funny.
She tried being cute. Asked if she had her server wiped clean, she replied: “What, like with a cloth or something?”
She attempted to play dumb. When asked about the e-mails, Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri told Bloomberg Politics that Clinton just “didn’t really think it through.”
Unfortunately, someone who scrubs their server to ensure e-mails are irretrievable has clearly thought it through.
She pulled out the “vast right-wing conspiracy” defense. “I won’t get down in the mud with them,” Clinton averred. “I won’t pretend that this is anything other than what it is—the same old partisan games we’ve seen so many times before.”


Rather than coming across like good ‘ol boy Bill “Bubba” Clinton, Hillary’s maudlin attempts to spin her way out of this make her look simultaneously fake and like a screeching grandmother.
It’s not just Clinton’s words that lack verisimilitude—her body language, visage, and voice all betray a sort of phoniness that is viscerally repellent and utterly unlikeable.

That’s a bit harsh but I’m afraid that’s the way she comes across to me too. If i knew someone like this in private life then I’d rapidly distance myself from knowing her. And that’s just the way that it is.

11 thoughts on “A woman President, sure, but please, not this one”

  1. Bill got away with this because, in part, he was so laid back. I think a lot of people couldn’t tally that and the scheming politician he really was and gave him the benefit of the doubt.

    Hillary just comes across as desperate.

  2. The other issue is her scandals are much more serious, involving personal enrichment, the deaths of US diplomatic personal and national security breaches.

    People get a politician abusing his position for a blow job and aren’t going to get yo heated up if every thing in the country is okay

  3. Her extraordinarily close connection with Huma Abedin should have Shrillary tried for treason if the prosecution gets a chance to prove that HA was channeling State Dept intelligence to her close family and friends in the Muslim Brotherhood.

  4. As Mark Steyn has pointed out, she was conducting State Department business on an email server located in some bloke’s toilet. What a bizarre and obvious security risk. Anyone else would be fired and possibly prosecuted, but the Clintons appear to be immune.

  5. She is in every way odious. The daft old socialist would be less of a risk than this harridan. Or the Law Squaw. Even, God save us, the vain puffball Trump.

    They could have avoided all this by electing Romney last time, so it’s the electorate to blame.

  6. Clinton just “didn’t really think it through.”

    Of course she did. The objective was to avoid Congressional oversight.

    I think her selling influence as Sec of State is her greatest crime. I find it hard to believe that Obama, from “Pay to Play” Chicago wasn’t in on the take, but he doesn’t appear to be protecting her, and she would certainly blackmail him if he were involved.

  7. She’s just not very likeable, and seems to lack ‘it’.

    Bill had ‘it’ in spades, his wife not. (and he is likeable).

  8. If you must be PC as you were with Obama why not a mexican transgender?
    For that why somebody alive.
    Try Bodecia and her seer.

  9. But, but, but…she has a vagina (allegedly) ….and misogyny, and …you must vote for HER, it’s time !

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