Clinton….should Hill use Bill?

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25 Responses to Clinton….should Hill use Bill?

  1. More ammunition for Trump — and any other GOP candidate who cares to dip into the Billary sewer.


  2. The attack should not be on Bill.
    The attack should be on Hill’s defense of Bill.
    The Bimbo Eruption Queller.


  3. geeez2014 says:

    I agree that the attacks should be on how Hillary defended a president and husband who was with a girl about their daughter’s age, while that girl was in the ‘safety’ of the White House, somewhere her parents sent her for interning, etc…

    One can’t blame a wife for her husband’s serial infidelity, except to say there’s usually a reason for that….but that’s a private reason nobody needs to know.
    Also, there are reasons MANY women ‘stand by their man’ through infidelity and perhaps the Clintons somehow worked it out.; We don’t know.

    But that he had sex (and let’s face it,that’s sex, no matter what Bill thinks it is) in OUR house with a young girl….? BAD. and the other cases of mature women who he saw for years or raped or tried to? WOW. THAT should be inexcusable.

    Frankly, if it were me, I couldn’t show my face if I were Clinton and did what he did and it was publicized…He lost his law license, didn’t he?….Shame is not with us anymore, apparently.


  4. He’s Hill’s beard.
    She’s his, or was, his political accessory.
    It’s unprovable but it’s obvious.


  5. Mustang says:

    The last time the pig rolled Bill out, she lost to an unknown who had nothing more going for him than the color of his skin and twenty or more years working as a communist agitator.


  6. John M. Berger says:

    GREATE CARTOON! This just went out to many.


  7. Silverfiddle says:

    Love the cartoon.

    I agree with Ed. Keep the focus on how she was Bill’s enabler, to the detriment of many women. Pedo Bill is a one-man war on women.

    Bill Clinton is still very popular among Democrats and many independents. She needs him to win the general and keep the non-crazies from defecting.


  8. Bob says:

    Great cartoon! Right now, I don’t think it makes any difference what Trump says about Bill or Hill. It is all theater meant for the Republican audience. Hillary is worshiped by the Demos, and so is Bill. Just because the Clintons are corrupt and amoral makes no difference with Democrats.

    In the general election is when Trump has to be more precise in attacking Hillary. I don’t believe a Bush or a Cruz can beat Hillary. It is going to take a different type of campaign, and the Republian candidate is going to have to be MEAN. I hate to say it but Trump may be that guy.


  9. bocopro says:

    Slick did irreparable damage to the PotUSy, even greater than Nixon’s. That alone is indefensible. The murky and convoluted path he took in avoiding military service was, while never quite illegal in any way, certainly in direct conflict with the “spirit” of the laws governing eligibility and service. And that is shameful.

    In fact, when asked, he generally managed to sidestep the issue, in his characteristic word-parsing manner. “It was just a fluke,” he finally summed it all up years later. But just as his relationship with Lewinsky was not “sexual,” his dodging the Viet-Nam era draft was not a fluke but a confluence of efforts by several power brokers and agencies, probably within the law but ethically malodorous.

    The Clintons owe the US electorate an in-depth accounting of their “foundation” with its donors and programs fully identified. And one more thing: Slick and Hillary got somewhere north of $20 million (with an M) for their memories . . . and both of them, under oath, repeatedly testified that they couldn’t remember anything. AND, despite otherwise demonstrable facts, Hillary claimed that they were dead broke when they left the White House.

    Those people have no moral standing to serve the people of the United States except as inmates in federal prison, preferably in the same cell. The greatest gift they could bestow on us would be voluntary radical laryngectomies and relocation to one of the minor moons of Neptune.


  10. geeez2014 says:

    bocopro…Amen to THAT! Imagine if ANY Republican president had done ANY of what Bill did? Or what Hillary’s done with Whitewater, Travelgate, etc etc? They just keep getting things passed over…which really points to the once-free media now being a government arm of their PR department.
    I think THAT is the scariest part of all of this…

    Glad you all like the cartoon…

    ALL: I think it’s going to come down to NUMBERS in the following election. MANY libs don’t vote…they’re students, they’re minorities some of whom don’t have a clue but love to protest and screech about their entitlements, they’re elites who don’t have the time or will to actually vote.


    (end of sermon!)


  11. geeez2014 says:

    Well, not QUITE the end of the sermon!…….….this not voting WILL happen again. Probably because people will stay home thinking “Well, Hillary’s got it”. THAT is what we must prevent but Republicans don’t have the street game that leftwingers with no jobs have…they can take the time to go door to door, convincing……….that has to stop. Entitlements are NOT what made this country great and THAT is the message we need to get out there.

    SHE DOES NOT NECESSARILY “HAVE IT”…watch her! Who could VOTE for that except THE MOST leftwing NUT?> listen to the harpy voice, watch the staccato, nasty hands shooting all around her, see the sarcastic smiles and horrid frowns….she needs NOT WIN.

    Honestly? I believe Rubio’s the only one who could beat her;
    Articulate as they get
    Nice family

    Young……. and I think a LOT of women would vote for him……

    Let’s not forget that most Hispanics can’t vote, but I know plenty who are conservatives….who ARE legal ….



  12. geeez2014 says:

    By the way, here’s Trump’s loyalty to the Republicans; the minute Gowdy endorsed Rubio, Trump took it personally (AGAIN, he can’t do anything BUT THAT, can we have that in a president) and started on the Benghazi hearings and how badly they did……just to discount Gowdy.
    Trump is a BASTARD of absolutely NO dignity, NO goodness, NO thought for ANYTHING but himself.

    sorry, but that’s how I feel. (and there hasn’t BEEN anybody more angry at Gowdy than I have over those hearings….Gowdy today is saying ‘wait till our report’…I hope so)


  13. bocopro says:

    Four of my grandchildren are over 18 and eligible to vote, but each says he’s not going to because it would be a waste of time since genelecs are nothing more than popularity/name-recognition festivals funded by PACs.

    Now, each of those young men has told their parents (my children) that I am one of the wisest and most interesting people they’ve ever encountered. They admire my careers and respect my judgment. BUT — one says if he votes it will be for Sanders, another says he will vote for Hillary, another wants a Democrat legislature and executive, and the 4th one believes Rand Paul is the only guy who makes sense, so he wouldn’t vote FOR anybody else. Period.

    I’ve reminded them of the old saw which says that if you’re under 30 and aren’t a liberal, you have no heart; and if you’re over 40 and aren’t a conservative, you have no brain. Individually they’ve told me they think that’s “cool,” but irrelevant. And for the one who says he’ll vote for Sanders if he votes at all, I bring up the question of how all that stuff he promises would be paid for, and he responds with, “That’s what Congress is for.”

    I’m kinda glad those 4 guys aren’t voting . . . and that the rest aren’t age eligible. Oh, and my only granddaughter says that it’s past time we had a woman president and that Hillary would be o.k. in the job if people would just give her a chance . . . that she’s not the same person she was 25 years ago. Fortunately she’s only 15. Two more of our grandsons are showing signs of incipient progressive flakiness, but they’re under 18, and our youngest is far more interested in fishing and soccer and climbing trees than politics (he’s 8).


  14. geeez2014 says:

    bocopro….check out their schools. It’s ALL THERE…maybe not 100% but…
    What young man thinks CONGRESS has money in their pockets that doesn’t belong to US?
    I know your grandkids aren’t stupid, uneducated, etc., and, sadly, they’re NOT ALONE.

    Our huuuuge preponderance of liberal teachers on all levels of education makes our kids say the most astonishing things.
    How can anybody truly feel that ENTITLEMENTS or FEMALENESS should determine the presidency?

    THank GOD most kids won’t vote. But too many do. uninformed, hopeful that congress will supply all they need…like Hillary says! FREE SCHOOL! FREE CHILDCARE! FREE EDUCATION! Just check out the liberal ADULT blogs…they’re all OVER this. They just don’t GET IT. Then you send in some Republicans who understand the truth and they’re maligned everywhere you look.

    Takes strong souls, informed souls, NOT to fall for all of that……..


  15. bocopro says:

    Yeah, that one who says it’s the job of Congress to fund presidential programs had an interesting take on money. Basically he says that our currency is based on nothing at all and could just easily take the form of bottlecaps and Taro cards. He explained to me that it’s all just a system of assurances in which one person’s labor or creativity or service is converted to a symbol which becomes a form of bearer bond, redeemable by whoever is holding it.

    And he’s actually right. And I know he got that from his teachers (Ohio). One of his older cousins agrees with him completely on that saying that money is just a transferable certificate that has no inherent value except the power of Congress. That one is convinced that the only tangible source of value is food, which means of course labor and land.

    They consider me “old-fashioned” when I condemn the ethics and morals of people like Slick and Shrillary because the very nature of politics is corrupt and self-serving. I know where they’re getting that, too — from their parents, who got it from their father. What the grandkritters aren’t seeing is that very few original ideas come up that haven’t been thought before, and that it is the nature of pendulums to swing from one extreme to another over time.


  16. geeez2014 says:

    bocopro, “actually right” seems a bit of a stretch. We all know money is ‘just paper,’ ‘a symbol,’ so to speak, and we should all know that it’s how “it” is gathered and who it’s taken from and who gets it that’s at stake in the elections, isn’t it.


  17. geeez2014 says:

    I don’t believe all politics are all about corruption and self-serving politicians…never have, never will. And I think our kids are getting a load of that waaaay too early in their educations. They have NO confidence in our country anymore. NONE. That’s the teachers…

    Do you REALLY think our country’s pendulum can swing back to sane conservatism? i don’t. We used to …we had a kind of ‘net’ that the high wire walkers could fall into; that net was our kids who loved this country and would support it, etc. I don’t think that’s the case anymore.
    Entitlements and cynicism are just too much the kind of thinking these days.


  18. bocopro says:

    Yes, the pendulum CAN swing. Depends on lotsa things, tho . . . such as real and immediate threat from outside, economic boom, legislative coup, and so on.

    Though this paradigm is often ridiculed and scoffed at, it sure fits the history of the US in many, MANY ways:

    The average age of the world’s greatest civilizations from the beginning of history, has been about 200 years. During those 200 years, these nations always progressed through the following sequence:
    From bondage to spiritual faith;
    From spiritual faith to great courage;
    From courage to liberty;
    From liberty to abundance;
    From abundance to complacency;
    From complacency to apathy;
    From apathy to dependence;
    From dependence back into bondage

    and from that bondage the cycle renews itself. We are now in the throes of the dependence stage, primed and ready for insurrection, OR total subjugation by the very type of government the Founders warned us about, which would require revolution to overthrow.


  19. Baysider says:

    Agree with Ed, love the cartoon, but sans Bill Hillary is dead in the water without an oar. He has the appeal, the political instincts and the smoothness that are completely lacking in his wife. Oh yes, he WILL go for the jugular and has proven that over and over. But he’s ‘forgivable’ in contrast to the witch. It’s Bill or nothing.


  20. geeez2014 says:

    Bocopro; yes, I’ve seen that list many times and it’s probably right..,,I wish I COULD scoff it but it’s been our path…thanks to the LEFT. Or do you not see it that way? I’m not saying the Cons. are guiltless, but…
    Still, I’ve just never seen where it suggests a society can COME BACK?

    Baysider, glad you like my cartoon….but you really think Hillary is DEAD without BILL!? She’s been doing pretty darn good till now…

    How would you feel if Trump was elected, by the way?


  21. Mal says:

    I saw Trump on Fox News this a.m. saying of course he will tone it down if he is elected President. I guess all the static about his ranting has him reconsidering his strategy. However, you have to admit he has received a lot more free media coverage this way that he wouldn’t have, had he not been so assertive and controversial. Remember, he is paying for his entire campaign himself and not beholden to any special interests. I still like him, Z, but understand why you don’t and you are not alone. I only hope if he is selected as the GOP candidate everyone will vote for him, even if its like you said earlier you’d probably have to hold your nose and vote for him so H wouldn’t get it.
    Hopefully, he’ll tone it down a bit between now and the GOP convention next year.


  22. geeez2014 says:

    Mal, I think it’s time for him to tone it down…but I hate that he even has that amazing ego and nastiness within him and who could totally trust he won’t talk like this in situations which require dignity?
    Yes, I will vote for him if I have to…….ugh!


  23. John M. Berger says:

    @ Z & Mal,
    I agree with both of your most recent comments, above.


  24. Baysider says:

    It makes me ill to think of a Trump presidency. He has 2 traits in common with Reagan: he’s a registered Republican ( I think), and plain spoken. But he will never learn Reagan’s manner of catching flies with honey, not vinegar. So his speech – while covering things that need to be said – is repugnant. His ‘program’ is inchoate if anything.

    And I don’t think Hill’s been doing all that great without Bill. She owes EVERYTHING to Bill. If her name were Hillary Smith she would be the mischievous dragon lady of some public busybody commission in Illinois. Her clackers are really foisting her off on the public, and I know one [Republican] political strategist who firmly believes that – short of an FBI arrest – she’ll be the next prez. God help us.


  25. I’m convinced that there are two kinds of Trump supporters.
    Those who actually like him, and those who think he is the only one who can beat Hillary.
    I look at the cast of R candidates and think that the second position might be true.
    But if Trump were not sucking all the media attention (remember, they are still the enemy, so why do they abet him so?) would someone like Fiorina or Cruz rise?
    One thing that discourages me most is the “(Insert any name not Trump or Cruz) is not a true conservative!” crowd, who will refuse to vote for Bush or Rubio come November.


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