Monday, July 16, 2012

Cankles Clinton, Maters And Monica

I have never cared for Hillary Clinton.  She and husband Bill were mired in the Whitewater scandal and the disappearance of the Rose Law Firm papers immediately following the death of White House Counsel Vince Foster.  As First Lady, she was handed the reins of the Task Force on National Health Care Reform in an attempt to force mandates for employers to provide health insurance coverage to all of their employees.

She and Bill were inherently dishonest pols who were, and still are, power hungry.

So, I read with glee that Cankles Clinton was pelted with tomatoes, shoes, water bottles and the haunting chants of “Monica, Monica, Monica” as her motorcade made its way through the port city of Alexandria, Egypt to give a speech on democratic rights.

I guess the protesters were all out of cigars.

From Bossip:  
Egypt is gripped by political uncertainty as two major forces, the military and the Muslim Brotherhood, engage in a power struggle over the future of a country that remains without a permanent constitution, parliament or government. On Saturday night, protesters outside Clinton’s luxury hotel in Cairo chanted anti-Islamist slogans, accusing the United States of backing the Muslim Brotherhood’s rise to power. 
In her speech at the newly re-opened U.S. consulate in Alexandria, Clinton rejected suggestions that the United States, which had long supported former Mubarak, was backing one faction or another in Egypt following his ouster last year. 
“I want to be clear that the United States is not in the business, in Egypt, of choosing winners and losers, even if we could, which of course we cannot,” Clinton said. “We are prepared to work with you as you chart your course, as you establish your democracy,” she added. “We want to stand for principles, for values, not for people or for parties.”

3 comments:

  1. Cankles...I had forgot about that trait of hers.

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  2. @Randy-g,

    That's why she almost always wears pantsuits. It's to hide those massive elephant ankles.

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