A Shrill Small Voice
I've never been a
fan of Bill Clinton and certainly don't buy into the
leftist media's post-White House portrayal of him as a genuine, benevolent
elder statesman-like figure that we should all nostalgically revere for the good times
that rolled during his and Newt's administration.
That said, the only time the fibbing Stainmaker ever got in our faces
and increased the volume of his voice and became edgy
was when he tried to convince us that he
"never had sexual relations with
that woman, Miss Lewinsky."
commend him, therefore, for his effortless Obama-antithetical soto voce
"I feel your pain"
On the other hand, what comes naturally to the First Lady of
Pants Suits is shrillness, especially when defending her
screw-ups. And when she is not defending misdeeds she is dramatically
shrill in her attempts to convince us that she has actually accomplished anything since her tenure
at that Arkansas law firm with unlimited suspicious access to
the state's governor.
As carpetbagger NY senator for six years plus presidential
campaign time on our dime, dramatically
shrill moments like her "What difference at this point does it make?!”
Senate Benghazi hearing meltdown were definitely not
the exception to the rule. After two nasty campaigns, New Yorkers don't call her Shrillary for nothing.
With little of importance or accomplishment to speak about
plus an over-abundance of Democrat spinning, outright lies and unreal theorizing,
one can only wonder why leftists continue to pony up six-figure speech
fees to hear Hillary's shrill small voice.
Just wait until the presidential
campaign heats up and you progressives can get yourselves a bellyful of the FLOPS for free
On the comical side, we see Hillary now demurely dancing around
the maypole with full historical knowledge that her mellow act will absolutely go up in hellfire at
some inopportune moment.
This is very problematic for dummycrats who desperately need to make you forget the arrogant lecturing of eight
unaccomplished Obama years. -ED
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