Warm Southern Breeze

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When Will Hillary Go Away?

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Sunday, August 9, 2020

Hillary Clinton continues to show her ass, and her most recent inane comment via Twitter (“Either Tim Kaine and I had a very vivid shared hallucination four years ago or Maureen had too much pot brownie before writing her column again.“) about Maureen Dowd’s column just proves how classless that conniving, subterranean racist, political wanna-be is. She might as well have called her a “racially disparaging term beginning with the letter ’N’ and ending with the letter ‘R’.”

Why?

Well, it was under her husband’s administration that private prisons popped up like mushrooms after a spring shower, which were then just as quickly populated with Blacks and Hispanics courtesy of his “Three Strikes” law – a law he championed which mandated a life sentence for anyone convicted of a violent crime after two prior convictions for any crime, including drug crimes – many of whom had been arrested on low-level, nonviolent drug charges – most typically as marijuana possession.

Mass incarceration was a Clinton concept.

He later admitted it was a bad idea and said, “I signed a bill that made the problem worse and I want to admit it.”

Brother Bill also was the architect behind the idea to end welfare as we have come to know it,” which was formerly a robust social safety net.

So yeah… my opinion of them both is lower’n a snake’s belly.

Of course, there’s been “bad blood” between Dowd and Hillary for quite some time.

The Daily Mail wrote that “In 2014 Dowd wrote a series of articles about recreational cannabis, including a feature about smoking marijuana with country music legend Willie Nelson.

“Dowd, 68, won a Pulitzer Prize in 1999 for her columns detailing the Monica Lewinsky affair.

“Dowd’s column centered around Geraldine Ferraro, who in 1984 was the first female vice presidential candidate for a major American political party.

“Ferraro and Walter Mondale, the Democratic candidates, lost in a landslide to former president Ronald Reagan.

“Supporters of Dowd noted that she wrote about a man choosing a woman as vice president – which would, of course, not apply to Clinton.”

Ms. Dowd wrote in pertinent part that,

WASHINGTON — On the cusp of Joe Biden teaming up with a woman, I am casting back to my time covering the first woman who was a serious contender for veep.

The feminist fairy tale — which began with women crying and popping champagne on the convention floor in San Francisco in 1984 — had a sad ending. Cinderella with ashes in her mouth.

It’s hard to fathom, but it took another 36 years for a man to choose to put a woman on the Democratic ticket with him. To use Geraldine Ferraro’s favorite expression, “Gimme a break!”

After Walter Mondale picked Ferraro, a Queens congresswoman, the first man and woman to share a ticket had to consider all sorts of things: Could he kiss her on the cheek? (No.) Could he call her “dear” or “honey”? (No.) Could they hug? (No.) Could they tell jokes, as Johnny Carson did, about how angry Joan Mondale would be when her husband kept coming home late and saying he had been in private sessions with the vice president? (No.)

The Daily Mail wrote further that:

“A correction note acknowledging the error was placed at the end of Dowd’s column.

“’An earlier version of this column incorrectly stated the history of the Democratic ticket,’ it reads.

“’It has been 36 years since a man chose a woman to run as his vice-president on the Democratic ticket, not 36 years since a man and a woman ran together on a Democratic Party ticket.’”

Of course, one mustn’t forget Hillary’s January 1996 remarks in Keene, New Hampshire while promoting Bill’s welfare reform bill – the 1994 crime bill (Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994) contained Three Strikes.

“They are not just gangs of kids anymore. They are often the kinds of kids that are called ‘superpredators.’ No conscience, no empathy. We can talk about why they ended up that way, but first we have to bring them to heel.”
– Hillary Clinton, remarks at Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire on January 28, 1996

So it’s only natural to understand,
that when Hillary blasted Maureen Dowd,
who won a Pulitzer Prize for writing about Bill’s Lewinsky scandal, and in 2104 had written about smoking weed with Willie Nelson, that HRC would say something stupidly racist by inferring that cannabis was culprit…
just like it was for Bill’s 3-Strikes law and Mass Incarceration.

You see, the rotten apple doesn’t fall too far from the rotten tree.

But again, of course, Maureen never wrote, nor inferred any such thing as Hillary claimed.

I guess we should all be looking for Tulsi Gabbard to pull out that 3rd party candidacy being funded by the Russians.

Hillary is such an idiot.

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