Bill's Wife

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Where SDA boldly goes, others eventually follow.

Most of the American electorate has probably been ready for a woman president for some time. But that woman must have the right array of qualities and ideally have risen to prominence through her own talents and not (like Hillary Clinton or Argentina's President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner) through her marriage to a powerful man.

I outdid myself with that poll question, I think.


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time to redo the poll

I believe it was Robin Williams who said.....

"If the world was run by women, there would be no wars..... just severe negotiations every 28 days."

Paglia killed ANY respect I had for her with that tone-deaf article. Diane Feinstein and Nancy Pelosi? Seriously? There is only one woman on the US political landscape that I would see as presidential worthy, and she's not running, which is a shame for America. The 2016 draw for the Yanks is lose-lose no matter who they vote for. Given the slate, even Donald Trump has appeal - at least he's proven he can land flat on his face, shake himself off and still come out a winner. The only woman running worth looking at is Carly Fiorini, and the tooth fairy has better odds.

They'll probably elect her, she's the next best thing to an Affirmative Action Marxist America hating dictator as they can currently find.

1) They elected Obungler ...TWICE! ...so don't count her out.

2) Not wishing to offend or break the rules of etiquette here, but my U.S. colleagues (in Atlanta and North Carolina) always refer to Hillary as "Iron Tits", vividly capturing the distilled essence of her 'feminine charms'.

inter animal wars. I know elephants do not eat rhinos.


http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20121211-animals-that-seek-teenage-kicks

Hell no, he would do nothing to rescue her! He would wake up to the phone call
with two naked hookers in his bed, answer the phone and say "Hillary who?"

I was betting money in 1992 that the American people would not be stupid enough
to elect a guy who was famous for attending parties where there were candy
dishes fill with cocaine with a babe on each arm when he was attorney general
and governor. He had to go into rehab in advance of two Arkansas elections for
his cocaine habit. This guy was getting a boner for a 500 year dead mummy
in South America. This guys love for his wife is about as genuine as John
Kerry, John Edwards and Al Gore!

Hillary's lesbianism goes all the way back to the early 70's. She even had
a relationship with Yoko Ono back then. I have no idea how Chelsea was
conceived outside of spousal rape or Hillary being shit faced! There is
nothing about modern liberals that is not fake.

Paglia has always been an interesting writer.

I disagree. I thought she was quite on target there.

Another Alinskyite? I certainly hope not.

It'd be like electing Ma Barker.

He wasn't a bungler. The results of his actions are deliberate and his intent criminal. Look at the people who helped hi m through his "career" of no accomplishment.

Imagine Bill and Hill making their marriage vows:

I will take you, Hill, to be my political wife.

I will take you Bill, for the sake of my political life.

We will love and behold each other as little as possible and have one offspring to prove we are normal people and not in it for the money.

Interesting take on Clinton's 'disappearing middle class act'. Much like Justine's. Just wondering if the stats are similar in Canada.

http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2015/07/hillarys-talking-points-recycled-from-the-1990s.php?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+powerlineblog%2Flivefeed+%28Power+Line%29

Kate, that's the first time I've had to seriously consider helping the North Koreans!!! What a choice!!!

I missed this one by focusing on the link to the poll, and not the one to the
Camille Paglia column. Camille Paglia is my favorite feminist / lesbian /
classic liberal, because she is one of the last truly honest liberals!

I have two classic Paglia stories that demonstrate her honesty. She was appearing
at some awards banquet or media event where Rush Limbaugh was also in attendance.
Some scheming liberal bitch decided to place her at the same table as Limbaugh,
hoping to see some fireworks. The two of them got along like long lost friends.
Paglia was by the end of the evening, smoking one of Limbaugh's fine cigars.
The liberal schemer came out and asked Paglia how she could get along with the
evil fascist. Paglia responded by asking her if she new anything about Limbaugh,
or had ever listened to one of his shows.

I got a call from my friend Pollock Ted. He was an imposing 6'6" swarthy bald
middle aged man who hated feminists with a passion. He advised me to tune into
a rerun of the short-lived Lauren Hutton talk show. It was the interview of
Camille Paglia. He told me he was in love with her intellect and that he was
turned on by that Armenian uni-brow look!

There was some back and forth by Hutton and Paglia, and after a while Paglia
stated that women were "Fickle." Hutton's jaw dropped at this politically
incorrect statement and asked "How can you say that?" Paglia responded
"I ought to know, I've dated enough of them!" At that moment, I fell in
love with her too.

A women with the balls to run a nation is a very rare thing. I have only met
two women who were honest enough to say that most are far too emotional to
be president. There were a few great exceptions like Thatcher and Meir. Maybe
Ayn Rand may have made the cut, but most conservative men adore these truly
exceptional women. Whatever qualities would make for a great female president,
Camille Paglia has in spades. She would be the last to agree I am sure!

I pity the Yanks and their lack of good choices. Not us, eh?

Judy Sgro, Libby Davis, Danelle Smith, Hedy Fry, Eve Adams, Justin.....

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