Hillary hits morning shows

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Froom Neal Boortz's Friday, 30th of November Nealz Nuze Nealz Nuze :


The Hildabeast made the tour of morning shows yesterday. Her hook? The plight of women in Afghanistan. Now, suddenly, Hillary is their champion. Odd how this happened right after First Lady Laura Bush took to the airwaves to speak to that very same issue. It’s also quite odd that Hitlary is speaking out for Afghan women soon after Afghanistan’s only woman General slammed her.

My question: Who in the hell is Hillary to speak out for women’s rights? Has she ever spoken out for the rights of Juanita Broderick? Juanita was raped by Hillary’s husband … and just where were the grand statements of outrage there? And what about the fondling of Kathleen Willy during her time of grief?

This is nothing less than Hillary going for the publicity. In her entire eight years in the White House (a place to which she is just “dying” to return) Hillary NEVER took on the cause of women in Afghanistan. She had the bully pulpit for eight years, and she used it to demonize the women her husband had victimized. Now she sees Laura Bush doing it the way it should be done … and she wants in on the act.

Oh ... that female Afghan General? Of Hillary she says "She cannot defend her own rights against her husband. How can she defend the rights of my country?"

Way to go, General.

If I haven't allready said it once, I'll say it now, I cannot stand Hillary Clinton.

-- Okie Dan (okiedan@oklahoma.net), December 02, 2001


If it looks like she will win in 2004 Pres election I am moving to Mexico.

-- Tator (you@cant.resist), December 02, 2001.

The woman is evil. She cares only about her own career, and she is not above being double-faced and hypocritical, and unoriginal. She would be a dictator if she had the chance. If she were president she would be a dictator. She really should change her name to Hitlary.

-- Okie Dan (okiedan@oklahoma.net), December 02, 2001.

I agree with you Tator, if it looks like she's going to win in 2004, I'm fleeing the country.

-- Okie Dan (okiedan@oklahoma.net), December 02, 2001.

Well, I made a vow last year that if she won the New York senate chair, I'd leave the state. Fortunately for me, I refuse to recognize her as a political figure, so I get to stay in NY :)

-- Davey Rootbeer (yankeefans2@juno.com), December 02, 2001.

Hey, Mac! Don't you have family in West Canada? How about we move there after graduation?

-- Evil Cordy (evilcordy@hotmail.com), December 03, 2001.

Not happening, lover. Too cold. And the Twins aren't exactly your cuppa tea.

-- J. Mac (mac_xavier@yahoo.com), December 03, 2001.

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