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Monday, February 08, 2016
HRC Plays Dumb (Again), Questioners Ask What The MSM Won't, and "Crazy Grandma?"
Her most painful moment last week came when she was asked whether it had been wise to accept $675,000 in speaking fees from the Goldman Sachs investment bank.
“That's what they offered,” she said with a dismissive shrug. “They're not giving me very much money now.”
What kind of politician wouldn't have paused to consider, after all the anger about Wall Street that voters have expressed, that those speaking fees might not look good?
“I wasn't committed to running” for president at the time, Clinton semi-explained...
Clinton is stuck in the classic, awkward position of most Democratic candidates not named Sanders; she has raised millions from donors who are connected to Wall Street and other interests that most of her supporters don't like.
“My concern is that your answer that nothing new was found in the Benghazi hearings continues to give me some doubts because what seemed to have come out was that you were pushing the video when you were writing an email to your daughter that said the opposite,” the former Clinton supporter asked. “I want you to answer that, in addition to why you had to destroy so many emails. Everybody knows you can’t write 30,000 emails to your yoga instructor. The other thing is about previous secretaries of state using emails…”
Clinton tried to cut her off, but she pushed through with her question. “Let me finish -- they didn’t have a private server. These are the things that are lingering.”
What many observers overlooked about this first contest was that Republican caucus-goers, while angry and frustrated, still voted their values and beliefs. That outcome will differ from state to state — yet the party that was turned upside down in Iowa was Democrat, not Republican.
More candidates does not mean there are more factions of a party; it means there are (or were, until Iowa) 12 people who felt the call to run for president.
While Republicans have realigned in the past eight years, picking up discarded Democrats who have been thrown out of Obama's coalition, their resulting mess is simple compared with that of their Democrat cousins...Remember, Republicans are the ones who won 913 state legislative seats, dozens of governors' mansions, and 69 congressional seats, largely on the backs of discarded Democrats turning out for Republicans in a series of off-year elections and midterms. Republicans actually are pulled more toward a more-pragmatic middle, even as their more-conservative wings make the loudest noise about it.
Democrats, meanwhile, are going so far to the left that socialism not only has become normal, it has become accepted across the board as the true base of their party.
The Republican Party is not perfect, and it deserves the scrutiny and examination that the political class has given it.
Yet, remarkably, after the results in Iowa revealed the fissure in the Democratic Party, the political class continues to dismiss that fracture and persists with the narrative that the results were only about the personalities of Clinton and Sanders — and not about real-time party problems.
Recall that in 2008, Hillary lost Iowa not only to a young, fresh, and charming Barack Obama. She also lost, albeit by one point, to the very smarmy John Edwards. This time around, when the stars were allegedly cast her way, a whopping 84 percent of Democratic voters under the age of 30 “Felt the Bern,” pulling for Sanders; Hillary, for her part, dominated the senior demographic.
This has led certain feminists to the verge of a nervous breakdown...On Tuesday, Wendy Davis, another national “feminist icon,” sent out a completely crazed pro-Hillary/post-Iowa tweet. You might remember Davis as the Democratic media darling who got creamed in the last Texas gubernatorial race, and who now serves as a slightly unhinged full-time abortion enthusiast, because today’s feminists don’t seem to choose their icons very well. I won't quote Davis’s tweet because it contains the f-bomb, but please know it was written in all capital letters, as most rational thoughts are. It also praises a now-viral feminist Internet rant, which includes the following quote:
“I'M NOT SAYING THERE AREN'T REASONS SOMEONE SHOULD DISLIKE HILLARY OR PREFER BERNIE. THAT IS FINE. THAT IS YOUR JOURNEY. BUT LET'S NOT PRETEND FOR A SECOND THAT THERE WOULD BE *THIS MANY* ISSUES WITH HILLARY IF SHE WAS A [SWEAR WORD] MAN….AND THE THING IS--I LIKE BERNIE! EVERYONE LIKES BERNIE! BECAUSE CRAZY GRANDPA IS TOTALLY ELECTABLE BUT CRAZY GRANDMA NEVER COULD BE. BUT WHY DO WE HAVE TO HATE HER TO SHOW HOW MUCH WE LOVE HIM? SOCIALIST JESUS TAKE THE [F-WORD] WHEEL.”
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