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Hillary opened the door

Hillary opened the door

and we ran through it.

http://youtu.be/EwtkorQKGFE

HEY, you started it.

As of the time the screen capture below was taken, there were 176 retweets, but we can do better than that.

So click here or on the image, and PLEASE RT.

https://twitter.com/LegInsurrection/status/643476667353165825

BTW, this Branco cartoon ran first on February 20, 2014.

UPDATE: Dana Loesch may have outdone us with this tweet:

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After a careful review of both Juanita Broderick’s account and Dollar Bill’s pattern and practice of sexual abuse some years ago…

I totally believe that Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broderick.

But, regardless of that, Hellary is a submissive, self-promoting enabler of really bad men. It’s all she has really done in life.

Bill is a confirmed rapist and she protected / enabled him. More hypocritical words have never been spoken before this! Shame, shame, shame!

Can someone who adopts a pro-choice (i.e. selective, variable principles) doctrine, technically be described as a bigot (i.e. sanctimonious hypocrite)?

“You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed…”

She forgot to say this bit:
“Unless you’re a 12-year-old girl who was raped by a man I am defending in court. Then, I will laugh about it, even though I know he’s guilty.”

The left is less hesitant now in revealing its genuine beliefs. Notice “survivor,” which presupposes that the accused is guilty before such formalities as an investigation and an impartial hearing.

Any accuser has a right to be heard, beyond question. But “a right to be believed?” I grant progressives a point for honesty–having already shown no belief in free speech, they’re now showing that in some circumstances they don’t believe in bothering with due process of law either.

    As has been pointed out on many, many pro-Second-Amendment sites:

    “Progressives”/Leftists aren’t anti-gun; they’re anti-freedom. (or anti-rights)

    You can replace “gun” with “free speech”, “free religion”, “free association”, “due process”, “privacy”, etc., and the statement still stands true.

    They’re not against any one freedom; they’re against all freedoms.

    “Any accuser has a right to be heard, beyond question. But “a right to be believed?” I grant progressives a point for honesty–having already shown no belief in free speech, they’re now showing that in some circumstances they don’t believe in bothering with due process of law either.”

    I agree. That Mrs. Clinton is a lying hypocrite is old news. The entry of a “right to be believed” into the common parlance is the part that I find chilling.

HRC: The vast right wing conspiracy has struck again.

This is how desperate Hillary has become, with her poll numbers crashing with women, she went here anyway.

http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/2015/09/hillary-clinton-wants-to-believe.html

There’s nothing left behind those eyes or between those ears but stale, ancient air.

No wonder David Brock is freaking out about the New York Times (stories like this are not going away): http://www.mofopolitics.com/2013/09/27/bill-clinton-a-long-history-of-alleged-rape-and-sexual-assault/

Did they ever wipe the stain off of Monica Lewinsky’s blue dress, “like with a rag or something?”

“Lean Forward and let me get that for you Juanita.” (guess Bill who?)

    Monica was the server but was never wiped. Hence the stain. Bill, gentleman that he was, used the blue dress as a rag to wipe himself rather than the young lady he had just used. Monica, unfortunately, was too poor to consider the dress disposable and Bill was too cheap to buy her another. Eventually it ended up in the hands of Kenneth Starr and the rest is history.

Ouch. Touche’ Mr. J & Mr. B.

Utterances like this are the direct product of focus groups and internal polling, worded to appeal to certain demographic, young women in this case. Because it is generated by internal political advisors and pollsters, the only consideration is for whether it will be well received by the targeted demographic, with either (1) no thought given to whether it is logical, sensical, hypocritical, or possible, or (2) no cares or concerns despite knowing it is not logical, sensical, or possible, and completely hypocritical. Whether or not it hits the intended target is the only ultimate consideration. Deplored here for obvious and good reasons, this quote will be celebrated elsewhere.

Willey has a few words of her own in response:

“She believed what happened for sure,” Willey tells The American Mirror. “She just chose to ignore the plight of all of his victims, thus enabling him to continue to abuse and rape women in the future.”

Willey adds, “She’s a money-hungry hypocritical witch who will do anything for money.

“She’s a lying pig. I CANNOT believe that she had the gall to make that commercial. How dare she? I hope she rots in hell.“

She’s a “lying pig?”

Man, what an insult to lying pigs.

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