Hillary not qualified for White House
August 15, 2013 11:31 PM | 996 views | 2 2 comments | 42 42 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Even given the fact that under this present criminal federal regime the country is coming apart at the seams, it still amazes one to read Kathleen Parker’s “Hillary can save the world” column on Wednesday in the MDJ.

It’s known, of course, that as soon as Parker began work at the Washington Post her conservatism began to fade, but an unadulterated endorsement of Hillary for President, wherein she posits, among other specious claims, a “provable” premise that “Women, if allowed (by whom; men? LOL) to be fully equal to men, will bring peace to the planet” is so far over the top as to have leapt the bounds of space itself. She ends her orgasmic doodling by asserting a Hillary win in ‘16, barring a Benghazi “surprise.”

Have we all gone mad? Are we in Wonderland? This from a putative conservative!

Enough is already quite known about Hillary to bar any legitimacy to run for ANY high office, unless she runs in a nation of total idiots. Oh, dear. Well, there are very many people in America who have not lost their grasp on sanity- numerically, at least. Percentage-wise may be a different story.

A Hillary presidency (OMG!) would simply tie up any loose ends left by the bumbling Mr. Obama in his group’s quest for total and complete tyranny and control over every individual’s life in America, thence onto the world theater. The overall accomplishment would be the final channeling of all humanity into two camps: a very large one for the hoi polloi — the little people — and a much smaller one for the ruling elites, much like it is in places like Mexico. Lord have mercy.

Harry Hagan

west Cobb

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August 16, 2013
I seriously doubt that this country will be able to survive 2 (Obama & Clinton) corrupt leaders in a row!

The ONLY, repeat ONLY, people who would vote for Clinton (as with the ones who voted for Obama) are those who truly have nothing to lose.
fully agree
August 16, 2013
K. Parker makes me cringe. I was shocked that this paper not only buys her columns, but gives them very prominent coverage. I have to say, she must appeal to people I have never met since she couldn't make it at CNN and I doubt if she will make it here. Given Hil's past history, anyone who thinks she would make a great pres needs to remember, she couldn't take the 2 0'clock phone call. Or at least, I imaging this is what the families of the Benghazi dead think.
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