Hillary Clinton

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And What Was So Wrong With This?

We made this video right before the last election and thought it would be great for the Hillary campaign.  Continue reading

The Lost Hillary Campaign Commercial

If Hillary actually responded to the number of emails that have reportedly been screened by the FBI, then she would have spent 8.56 hours per day answering each email in less than one second. That’s probably why she forgot to approve this campaign video that we uncovered.

Prelude to the Next Clinton/Trump Debate

Maybe this will summarize the October 9th Debate: Lady Astor:  Winston, if I were your wife I’d put poison in your coffee. Winston Churchill:  Madam, if I were your husband I’d drink it. Backstory from Madame de Pique: The two were reputed for a series of sarcastic dialogues whose lines were ping-ponged on the halls … Continue reading

The Picture Says it All

“God made more horses asses than horses.” ~Aunt Betty’s Almanac From “Our Fact Checks of the First Debate” in today’s NYTimes Foreign Policy and National Security On Mr. Trump saying Mrs. Clinton had been “fighting ISIS your entire adult life.” In reality, the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, began as an Al … Continue reading

Can George W. Bush Suck Better Than Hillary?

Tip your hat to Robert Morrow, the newly elected chair of the Republican Party in Travis County, Texas. If it’s true that 1.5 million Americans are being prescribed the wrong medication, he’s the poster boy. And a couple years ago, he clearly replaced his daily psychoanalysis session with a Twitter account. Many people have done … Continue reading

The New Hillary Art of the Deal Book Deal

THE CHRISTMAS ART OF THE DEAL Now through Christmas 2015, royalties for every copy of our book “Losers” will be sent to the Hillary Clinton campaign.   So here’s how it works: Purchase a copy of the book between now and Christmas Gift it to the loser in your life who’s supporting Trump We’ll send … Continue reading

A Nazi Grows in Alabama

These days, does anyone care if a quote is taken out of context? Not really, it seems. Certainly not the media that this week ran with the headline “Gwyneth Paltrow thinks water has feelings!” when the actress/lifestyle guru attempted to paraphrase the work of a Japanese author she admires. Other, more damaging examples: Barack Obama’s … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

Part One: Wednesday Evening Part Two: Thursday Morning