Sunday, April 12, 2015

Best reactions to Hillary Clinton's Announcement.

Bill Kristol: If They Get To Nominate Hillary Clinton, Why Don't We Get To Nominate Dick Cheney?

Um, go ahead. Feel free. You want to nominate Cheney? Don't let me stop ya.
And if the Dodgers want to replace Clayton Kershaw with a blind quadriplegic, hey be my guest!

Brit Hume: Clinton Can't Win Because People Don't Like Her 'Weird Marriage'

Oh, really? People won't vote for someone with an unconventional marriage? Then how did Alicia Florick just get elected States' Arttorney for Cook County, hmm?

Also, who has a weirder marriage than these two had?

People didn't seem to mind that he called his second wife "Mommy." I think they can get past Hillary Clinton's having been cheated on.

Jindal muses on possible Hillary campaign slogan

“I understand that Hillary is going to announce her candidacy this week,” Mr. Jindal said in his opening remarks at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum. “I wonder what her slogan is going to be? I suspect it won’t be ‘Four more years.’

Ooh, good one! Because, um. . . wait. How could it possibly be four more years, anyway? That would be like if George Lucas had marketed Star Wars with the slogan "If you liked the original. . ."

GOP's Ana Navarro Advises Hillary To Stop The 'Woman Thing': Don't 'Drown Me In Estrogen'

"Here's the problem," the CNN contributor continued. "Hillary Clinton on this woman thing, I think, is lacking subtlety. I don't need her to drown me in estrogen every time she opens her mouth.
"Every time she opens her mouth it's about the granddaughter and Chelsea's wedding and the yoga routines," Navarro opined.

Yes, the voters want a candidate who doesn't care at all about their children or grandchildren. That's why every successful candidate has been a gender-neutral sociopath with no family ties at all.

And you've never seen any other Presidential candidate's family trotted out on the campaign trail!

Judith Miller: Fatigue Is The Big Problem With Hillary Clinton

"Fatigue is the big problem, people think they know her, she's been aroundforever, they're tired of her and the campaign has just begun."

Yes. Everyone is sick of Hillary Clinton. Not like the various breaths of fresh air the Republicans have running this year.
Jeb Bush?  There's a new face!
Rand Paul? No one could possibly be tired of watching him run away from interviewers!
Ted Cruz?  Now that's a new star on the horizon!