January 9, 2008

I'm so shallow

C'mon, admit it: no matter what your feelings are regarding Hillary, some part of you had to love hearing that she won in New Hampshire last night, just for the fact that it probably made every freetard and ditto-monkey's tiny little heads explode in rage.


ThePoliticalCat said...

Absofuckinglutely. I didn't want her in this race,and I'd prefer she lost to Edwards, but just for a day there I was so fucking glad that women in New Hampshire gave Tweety McSuckitude a nice,long, rigid digit.

Anonymous said...

Of course I loved hearing Hillary took NH, I am voting for her and think she is a worthy candidate.
Personally the men that hate her have a major fucking problem with intelligent, strong women.
Iron your own fucking shirt pal.

Anonymous said...

She is a poor choice for president. Her policies are even more conservative than her husband's. She is a product of corporate financing and will not represent the will and interests of most people if she wins the election.

She has always supported the war and continues to vote to fund it.

She has backed away completely from the only sensible health care system (practiced by the entire developed world) that exists.

Her support of trade pacts would continue to erode good jobs in this country and destruction of the middle class.

I could go on but I won't.

I don't wear ironed shirts.

pygalgia said...

Yeah, it was kind of fun to watch the heads explode. I'm no Hillary fan, but I hate the way the media spins her. The main thing is, they do it to EVERY Democrat. Ms. Clinton knew she would be attacked by the hyenas, and still she entered the arena. Kinda glad she won this round, but I'm rooting for someone else for the championship.

Anonymous said...

I do the laundry, not my wife, and Hillary's war vote will always keep me from supporting her. She knew better and did it anyway. Worst candidate ever for our party.

And the iron my shirt thing was a shock jock stunt, so get over it already.

Anonymous said...

I thought the guy who made th comment about the shirt was planted. Hillary is every inch a politician. I wouldn't put it past her. I always thought I'd be excited at the possibility of having the first female president, but her stance on the war and health care turn my stomach. Also, she keeps stating her 35 years experience. WTF??? She was the wife, not the elected official. I guess that means I have 15 years of accounting experience since that's what my husband does. Want me to do your taxes? The media being wrong doesn't thrill me anymore, sorry.