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Thursday, May 25, 2006
CLOWNS TO HER LEFT, JOKERS TO HER RIGHT
And the Democrats are stuck in the muddle with Her Royal C.
I'll bet the Democrats view the Clintons like rich relatives who give you fat checks for Christmas: You wish they'd just send you the check without coming to visit. Even though the Dems like the money the Clintons raise for them, there are other Democrats who feel like '08 is their turn to run, like Algore and John L'Fraude Kerry. But there's that ol' battleship, the HRC, to contend with, heading your way, and you just know she doesn't care if you're in her way or not. And as much as you just love Bubba, he can be an embarrassment to y'all (which has made Paul Shanklin a wealthy man). How far will Her Royal C go to become president?
Same Al Gore, different day:
[H]e's not running for anything, right? Wrong. Or at least that's the hope of a growing number of liberals and journalists who are starting to get pre-buyer's remorse for Hillary Clinton. In a giant love letter to Gore in New York magazine titled "The Comeback Kid," an unidentified Democratic strategist likens the perceived inevitability of the Hillary nomination to "some Japanese epic film where everyone sees the disaster coming in the third reel but no one can figure out what to do about it." The answer seems to involve Gore on a white horse.
David Broder's column mentions the subject of Slick's extracurricular activities in The Shadow of a Marriage:
But the buzz in the room was not about her speech -- or her striking appearance in a lemon-yellow pantsuit -- but about the lengthy analysis of the state of her marriage to Bill Clinton that was on the front page of that morning's New York Times. The article, by Patrick Healy, was anything but unsympathetic. It touched only lightly on the former president's friendship with Canadian politician Belinda Stronach.
Belinda Stronach, a.k.a. "the Paris Hilton of Canadian Politics."
The real reason Bill shouldn't return to the White House:
The former president has so many business deals and so many political entanglements that his presence in the White House, even as first spouse, would make life very ... complicated. ... Would it make sense if Laura Bush had business deals in Dubai, and Brunei, and Taiwan, and all sorts of other places? Would that be accepted as normal practice? Of course not, and it wouldn't be for Bill Clinton, either.
I disagree with Byron York; should HRC become president, the Democrats and the sycophant MSM will do anything and everything to protect her and First Spouse Slick. Think Whitewater.
Which, in a way, brings us full circle to Slick and Belinda Stronach in this piece posted a year ago on 19 May 2005.
DIRTY POOL: Have you ever known the Clintons to be shy about meddling in politics, in America and beyond?
More on HRC ...
8 Hillary Clinton Proposes Funding for Illegal Immigrants
8 That ever-shy Don Surber says that Hillary Has Rocks In Her Head
Speaking of Algore, he's still the butt of humor, in video and in this cartoon.
Not to mention New Video Exposes Behind-the-Scenes Story of Gores Own Energy Use: "All the evidence suggests that Mr. Gore is an elitist who passionately believes that the people of the world must drastically reduce their energy use but that it doesn't apply to him,said Myron Ebell, CEI's director of energy and global warming policy and the creator of the video.