I am late getting this out, as many of you have likely had the rather unpleasant experience of watching this outrageously abhorrent and frightfully stomach churning, infantile video not recommended for those prone to kinetosis!! As they say in the Valley, “Gag me with a spoon!”
Seriously, though, this woman is pure evil. She exudes a smarmy liberal arrogance and chameleon like facade that makes Obama look like the amateur that he, in fact, is. Perhaps she will be the last “elected” President of the United States, perhaps that is the liberal, crony capitalist fascists goal?
Hillary 2.0 Would Be Hillary XX
NOVEMBER 2016 is still a long way off, but it’s hard to imagine that the presidential campaign will provide any bit of advertising as strangely entertaining and revealing as a video put online recently by Stand With Hillary, a new “super PAC.”
Haven’t seen it? Oh you must. Right now. I give you leave from this column to go take a look, but hurry back. There’s a lot to talk about.
It spotlights a man in a cowboy hat who croons in a country-and-western twang about how darned much he adores that there Hillary Clinton. “Hindsight’s always right,” he sings, a clear dig at Barack Obama, the candidate chosen over her in the Democratic primaries. There are images of construction work, a welder, a pickup truck, a tractor, a big red barn, cows. It’s the unveiling of Hard-Hat Hillary. Rodeo Hillary. Hillary, Patron Saint of the Prairie.
Hillary Clinton’s History as First Lady: Powerful, but Not Always Deft – NYTimes.com
WASHINGTON — As a young lawyer for the Watergate committee in the 1970s, Hillary Rodham caught a ride home one night with her boss, Bernard Nussbaum. Sitting in the car before going inside, she told him she wanted to introduce him to her boyfriend. “Bernie,” she said, “he’s going to be president of the United States.”
Mr. Nussbaum, stressed by the pressure of that tumultuous period, blew up at her audacious naïveté. “Hillary, that’s the most idiotic” thing, he screamed. She screamed back. “You don’t know a goddamn thing you’re talking about!” she said, and then called him a curse word. “God, she started bawling me out,” he recalled. “She walks out and slammed the door on me, and she storms into the building.”
It turned out she was right and he was wrong. Ms. Rodham, who later married that ambitious boyfriend, Bill Clinton, believed even then that life would take her to the White House and now may seek to return not as a spouse and partner, but on her own terms.
Warren Buffett Gives Money To Hillary Clinton 2016 Campaign Group, His First-Ever Super PAC Donation
Warren Buffett has broken his own rule. The Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO gave the maximum amount allowed to a super PAC in support of Hillary Clinton running for president in 2016. Although the billionaire has given hundreds of thousands to political party committees and candidates, this is Buffett’s first donation to the type of committee he once shunned — independent political groups aligned with a candidate or campaign that can set their own limits on donations.
“I don’t want to see democracy go in that direction,” Buffett said in May 2012 at his company’s annual shareholders meeting, when asked about donating to outside political groups. “You have to take a stand someplace,” he told Bloomberg News. Buffett had hosted fundraisers for President Barack Obama’s re-election that year, but snubbed super PACs supporting the president.
Buffett donated $25,000 to Ready for Hillary, according to Bloomberg and CNN, which both cited sources with the group. Ready for Hillary describes itself as “the Super PAC urging Hillary Clinton to run for president in 2016 and laying the groundwork for her candidacy.” The donation is the maximum amount allowed by any one donor under the group’s self-imposed cap. It will appear on the group’s next disclosure form, which is due to be filed with the Federal Election Commission by midnight on Thursday. So far, Ready for Hillary has raised more than $11 million, according to Bloomberg News.
The “Wizard of Omaha” has been a Clinton supporter since her run for Senate in 2000. Most recently, Buffett said he would bet on Clinton taking the Oval Office in 2016. “Hillary is going to win, yeah,” he said at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in October. “I will bet money on it. And I can’t do that easily.” Buffett, the world’s third-richest man, also told CNN that no one is “better qualified” to run the country than Clinton.
“I like what she believes in. … I think she’s extraordinarily able and energetic for that matter in pushing those beliefs,” Buffett told CNN in an interview, during which he also said that donating to super PACs is “wrong.”