November 19, 2008
Washington Post’s DAVID BRODER wrote an article detailing why Senator Clinton is not a good fit for secretary of state.
Does any media member think she would be good at anything except baking cookies?
Everything she does is shrouded in intrigue, is illegal, immoral, due to Mr Bill and nothing she has accomplished has been on her own merit. And yet, she fights on even as they to try to destroy her.
When are they going to stop underestimating her?
They’re gonna have to physically tackle her to get her to stop and even then she’d kick their eunuchoid asses.
Anyway to have a little fun I emailed Mr Broder. I thought I’d include it here because it makes a point of barry’s fairy tale on Iraq.
Subject: re: Hillary Clinton would be a bad fit for secretary of state
Hello Mr Broder.
I was with you up until this:
I didn’t think anyone still believed his fairy tale on Iraq. Did you find any newspaper clippings from the next morning documenting his life-changing, proof of superior judgment, politically expedient words?
He’s against Iraq – things go well – no problem. Things go bad – he’s where he is today.
His politically expedient words never quite make it into action and change as needed to avoid having to act.
How many issues did he “refine his position” on during the primaries? Since the nomination? Since the general election?
Do you also believe it was a high risk decision since he was in the ‘midst of a heated Senate race’?
A senate race he didn’t announce until three months later?
A senate race so heated he basically ran and won unopposed?
And when he had an actual chance to demonstrate his integrity, moral conviction and superior judgment?
He gave a politically expedient convention speech.
And when he got to the senate and finally had to act on his superior instinct?
He said nothing and voted the same as Senator Clinton.
Judgment cannot be assessed unless one’s words are followed by action.
His have never been.
So, as you say, the principal reason he won was based on a fairy tale and his first unilateral decision with consequence will be as President of the United States.
You ok with that?
[No answer of course.]