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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Can Someone Buy Hillary an Iron?

So Boo Hoo, now that Miss Hillary is not getting her turn at being president, it is now due to sexism in the press.

Kind of ironic really for a person who has never won an election on her own, without the benefit of name recognition and status that comes with being married to a president.

For all we know, she couldn't even get elected president of the local PTA.

What the press is really ignoring is that fact that this silly woman thinks that having been married to a president somehow qualifies her for the job.

That nobody in the mainstream press exposes the absurdity of her even running for president in the first place, is more a testament to the pervasive politically correct-at-the-expense-of-reality reporting and the wimpy pansies who are afraid to say that the Empress has no clothes.

RH

7 comments:

Di said...

Hillary was idealistic and politically active before meeting and marrying Bill Clinton. She worked to make changes in the world both on her own and in her capacity as "First Lady" of Arkansas and of the U.S.

I couldn't tell you where my own iron is at this or any other moment. But I don't think that qualifies or disqualifies me for public office. If people can't earn public office without having been elected to anything in the past, why bother calling it a Democracy? And how are we ever going to change the status quo?

The sex of the president does not matter to me as much as having a president who is willing to upset the status quo for the betterment of our nation.

Deann said...

Woohoo! Being married to a doctor does not make one able to treat patients any more than she is ready to be president.

emily said...

I have cast my vote for obama, if he odes not get the nomination I will support clinton all the way to the white house. although i feel obama is the right person for the job at this time, i cry with pride and happiness that hilary is doing what she is doing, and i am glad there are women like her out there for my daughter to look up to besides me. i will no longer be a reader of your blog.

Chelito said...

Hmm, you'd think her years in senate would be considered some 'experience', but guess not.

WiggyMagPye said...

Ditto what the other ladies said. Hillary's resume stands on it own. While she has not been nominated, I think her political career will be a long one. And while I'm at it, I think having previously lived the White House life for 8 years, she'd have some idea of how things run and not need the time to get settled in and briefed as much as someone who hasn't lived the life.

Retro Housewife said...

I guess the White House Chef would make a great president then...

Chuck said...

Awesome! I love it!