Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Hillary says stuff

Sounds like somebody has been hanging around with Maureen Dowd.  Here's Ruth Marcus in the WashPost with "Hillary Clinton's insultingly vapid video."
For one, the video was relentlessly, insultingly vapid — a Verizon commercial without the substance. “Americans have fought their way back from tough economic times, but the deck is still stacked in favor of those at the top,” Clinton said in what passed for a meaty message. “Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion.”

Seriously, this makes Ronald Reagan’s gauzy “It’s Morning Again in America” commercial look like a Brookings Institution seminar on economic policy.
Get ready for sixteen months of incredibly bland platitudes of towering self-delusion, because virtually everything Hillary says will be contradicted by her own history.  Today, the Hill said we need to get "unaccountable money" out of politics, seemingly unaware of her Clinton Foundation shakedowns and her pending two-billion dollar campaign.


Anonymous said...

She said we need to get "unaccountable money" out of politics, not "unaccounted for money". I see no contradiction.

Anonymous said...

Hillary's "Hi, I'm your special friend" video has as many workable economic specifics as the Ryan budget did. There's more than one way to shovel the sh*t.