Oh, BTW: the Democratic front-runner is quite cordially hated in swing states.
So, you think that we have problems? New polls show Hillary Clinton underwater in Iowa, New Hampshire, Colorado and Virginia http://t.co/bfTPXuXr88 pic.twitter.com/6pz70PxZAj — Aaron Blake (@AaronBlakeWP) July 27, 2015 Goodness gracious, but that’s the Democratic Nightmare Scenario right there, huh? Hillary Clinton is still on track to get the nomination in early states… but the populace in general simply Does Not Like Her. The Washington | Read More »
Hillary Clinton tries to change the subject
Late Friday, word oozed out of Hillary Clinton’s camp that she would testify before Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) 79%‘s Benghazi committee. Hillary Clinton agreed on Friday to appear at an October public hearing before the House Benghazi Committee, her campaign spokesman Nick Merrill said in a statement. But the House Select Committee on Benghazi is pushing back against the 2016 Democratic frontrunner’s | Read More »
Classified Information Found On Hillary’s Private Email Account
The New York Times reports that government investigators “discovered classified information” on the private email account that Hillary Clinton used while secretary of state. Worse, the inspectors general of the State Department and the nation’s intelligence agencies said the information they found was classified when it was sent and remains so now. This is a problem for Hillary, who has been saying for months that | Read More »
Democrats want more elderly white guys to run for president
In an election in which the electorate seems to be shouting change, the Democrats have hooked their electoral hopes to Hillary Clinton, a bitter, spiteful woman who has never accomplished anything without a man giving her the position, and who would be as old as Ronald Reagan at inauguration. Her primary challengers is Bernie Sanders. Bernie is 73, which is to say he and Clinton | Read More »
Hillary Clinton: we are scared of a black man in a hoodie
Yesterday the ever glib, Hillary Clinton had a senior moment at a campaign stop: Let’s be honest: For a lot of well-meaning, open-minded white people, the sight of a young black man in a hoodie still evokes a twinge of fear. And news reports about poverty and crime and discrimination evoke sympathy, even empathy, but too rarely do they spur us to action or prompt | Read More »
Criminal Inquiry Sought Into Hillary’s Scandalous Email Fiasco
The New York Times reports that two inspectors general have asked the Justice Department to open a criminal investigation into whether sensitive government information was mishandled in connection with the personal email account Hillary Clinton used as secretary of state. The request for a criminal investigation results from “an assessment” of the inspectors general for the State Department and the intelligence agencies that Hillary’s private | Read More »
The Non-Merits of Hillary, the “Voice for America”
Oh, the novelty of being the lone female candidate in a crowd of males. This election cycle, both Carly Fiorina and Hillary Clinton know that reality in their separate parties. However, only one is promoting herself as a champion for women while being the exact opposite. Hillary Clinton has none of the charm that her spouse (apparently) had. She is an unlikeable candidate, and must | Read More »
Hillary Clinton supports infanticide
The earliest a baby is viable outside the womb, at this writing, is about 21 weeks (see here | here for examples). The grotesque law that permits abortion in America, Roe versus Wade, established a trimester test that is based on fetal viability. The rule it establishes is 3. State criminal abortion laws, like those involved here, that except from criminality only a life-saving procedure | Read More »
What today’s Q-Poll showing Democrats losing in key states does and does not mean.
Today’s Q-Poll shows that Democrats need to start taking this election seriously. Thankfully, they probably won’t, although they’ll think that they have.
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The Progressive Ouroborus: Bernie Sanders and Martin O’ Malley Edition
” ‘If this nice friendliness would spread about in Mordor, half our trouble would be over’.” (Sam about an Orcs fight) Hillary Rodham Clinton has yet another advantage over her main opponents for the Democratic Nomination in 2016. She knows enough people to ask the right ones for advice on how to avoid bad situations. She moves slowly where fools are likely to rush in. | Read More »
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Hillary Clinton is not even likable ENOUGH at this point.
This poll is not a poll that Hillary Clinton can point to as evidence that she’s the heir to the Obama coalition.
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Any idiot can poll “well” in this climate
Normally when I write about polling, I do a bunch of math, find out confidence intervals, check up on crosstabs, and examine trends to see who’s doing well, and why. When it comes to the 2016 Presidential polling though, I won’t yet deign to give it any such analysis. Because you see, right now, any idiot can poll “well.”
Hillary “TINA” Clinton Falls In Line On Iran
If You Believe Hillary, This Is Your Sign. Streiff’s hilarious concept of failure theatre comes in multiple genres. I’d like to propose yet another taxonomy thereof. In honor of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s completely submissive position of the disastrous Iran deal, I give you The TINA Show. TINA is an argument that gets made when a politician feels compelled to support a | Read More »
AFL-CIO base futilely calls for Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton.
The AFL-CIO base still thinks that their opinion matters when it comes to political endorsements. As the lady put it: “it is to laugh.”
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Her Get Up and Go Done Got Up and Went
Did you see Hillary Clinton’s press conference yesterday? She is like the Giant Sequoia of Campaign 2016 — old and casting a long shadow over the rest of the candidates. She claimed to be in favor of a tomorrow and future, but then attacked tech companies like Uber and AirBnb, both companies used by a growing number of people who could be referred to as | Read More »