The Shaming of the Shrew
I was astonished that Hillary Clinton wept as she decried bullying, after Donald Trump’s used of the word “schlong”.
A woman who is seeking the office of “Commander-in-Chief” should really show a little more intestinal fortitude.
The act is laughable, because her own use of profanity is so notorious that there are whole books on the subject!
A California friend, Bill Monroe, offers this example.
Hillary’s vulgar and nasty language is well documented. To directly quote her: ‘F**k off! It’s enough that I have to see you ****-kickers every day, I’m not going to talk to you too!! Just do your G*damn job and keep your mouth shut.’
(From the book American Evita by Christopher Anderson, p. 90 – Hillary to her State Trooper bodyguards after one of them greeted her with “Good Morning.”)
That is not the only tome that documents Clinton’s legendary temper. Another book, Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary Clinton, recounts an episode with Obama as the target of one of her grand tirades.
Clinton requested a meeting with Obama, against the advice of hubby Bill Clinton, believing “she was being persecuted for minor, meaningless violations,” author Edward Klein writes.
Clinton initially took a friendly approach during the meeting and Obama reacted as if he didn’t know what she was talking about, the book claims.
“He was almost being deliberately dense,” a Clinton source said. “It really angered her.”
Clinton lost her temper and called the president by his first name in an emotionally driven break with White House decorum, according to the book.
“What I want for you to do is call off your f–king dogs, Barack!” Clinton allegedly barked at Obama, according to Klein’s account, which cited sources close to Clinton and Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett.
Obama got off lightly compared to her husband, according to an episode described in a third book, The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House.
[Author Kate Andersen] Brower gave an interview with CNN in which she is laughing and smiling while telling the story of Hillary Clinton’s violent, bloody attack on her husband the President of the United States.
Apparently, spousal abuse is funny if committed by a feminist icon running for president.
An example of how the political press is playing this comes from Politico, which published a lengthy book excerpt that left out Hillary’s alleged bloody attack on Bill.
Politico did lead with the ‘lamp throwing’ incident which as the Clinton defenders might say, is ‘old news’. But Politico left out the damning alleged criminal attack.
If there is a description that Donald Trump used that should really trouble Hillary, it involved her lack of stamina.
“One thing with Hillary, she doesn’t have the strength or the stamina to be president. She doesn’t have it,” Trump said at a Wednesday-night campaign rally in Manassas, Virginia.
“You ever see Hillary? And I said, ‘She doesn’t have the strength, she doesn’t have the stamina,'” Trump later said.
Between the weak economy, chronic civic unrest, and deteriorating international situation, the future POTUS will need to be on the go “from day one” and be able to make critical decisions at 3 am in the morning. A candidate’s endurance will be serious consideration when making an informed vote in 2016.
Recapping some current news stories that underscore why the concerns about Clinton’s stamina are valid:
- The extended bathroom break from the recent Democratic debates.
- The blood clot Clinton had in her head, and the blood thinners that she takes required to prevent future clots from developing. Anticoagulants have an array of side effects, including abdominal pain and diarrhea.
- Clinton’s doctor recently reported the Democratic presidential hopeful suffers from hypothyroidism, which can lead to slowed metabolism, fatigue, weight gain, and other issues.
Perhaps the press drama over the word “schlong” is a diversion from the real term we need to focus on, “stamina”?
Clinton is likely to find that Americans are more inclined to vote for a warrior instead of a weeper in the next election.DONATE
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