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Sep 15 2016

Hillary Throws Stones From Her Glass Castle

Shrillary or whoever tweets on her behalf must be totally isolated from public perception inside a cocoon spun out of sheer delusion. Check out these tweets:

Great questions — if only someone other than the most infamously venal individual in American politics had asked them.

Does Parkinson disease affect self-awareness?

On a tip from Torcer. Hat tips: Twitchy, Hot Air.



34 Responses to “Hillary Throws Stones From Her Glass Castle”

  1. Grumpy Cat says:

    You can expect Torcer to post the very same accusations found in those tweets in 4…3…2…

    Just as soon as he opens his daily DNC marching orders.

  2. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Holy crap, that’s brazen.

    It’s been clear for decades the woman has no shame, so I don’t think whatever health issues she has eroded her self-awareness. That which never existed cannot be eroded.

    But still, every once in a while, she (or her campaign) can still get an eyebrow raise from me. This is one of those times.

  3. Tom says:

    Again, for the record, it’s “Parkinson’s Disease”, not “Parkinson Disease”.

  4. Jack Bauer says:

    Say what you will about Trump, but he made his money the “old fashioned way”:

    Risk taking, dreaming big, employing thousands, making more right decisions than wrong decisions, and making a profit…..i.e. capitalism.

    The Clintons on the other hand have made their millions in ONLY one way:

    Government Influence Peddling, i.e. whoring out the government for favors to people who “contribute” to their organized crime venture euphemistically called a “foundation”.

    Truly, this woman breaks the needle on the chutzpah scale……

  5. Mr. Freemarket says:

    If Hillary is proposing running for federal office is a good way to increase your bank account, she probably has a point. In fact she’s the poster child!

  6. Mr. Freemarket says:

    And let’s not forget he paid off public officials to support his projects. That’s kind of the Chicago way isn’t it?

    BTW I Believe Hillary is from Chicago.
    Clearly giving speeches as a public official to potential donors is a much easier way to make money, isn’t it Hillary?

  7. KirklesWorth says:

    Yeah…Hillary is the enemy…until she’s a useful idiot.

  8. Dave Blount says:

    Much as I appreciate your copyediting services, this time you’re wrong, per AMA.

  9. Karma's Janitor says:

    The vampire has risen to condemn the living.

  10. TrojanMan says:

    No comment on the actual substance of the article? More off topic trolling? Understood.

    Go vote Trump and be well.

  11. Rotohammer says:

    The statists’ sense of entitlement to our money is stunning.

  12. Mr. Freemarket says:

    The problem is that Trump and Hillary have any areas of agreement. Seriously…what do you and Hillary agree on?

  13. KirklesWorth says:

    I can’t think of anything I agree with Hillary on. But I’ll adjust your question – setting aside the things that Hillary and Trump agree on, don’t you care about the things that Hillary is liberal on while Trump is conservative?

  14. Artfuldgr says:

    No… Whats stunning is that they get there by calling other people greedy…

  15. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Well, they balance out their self indulgence by forcing us to live like they think we should. They have decided that slavery is such a small price for us to pay for the blessings of their guidance.

  16. Artfuldgr says:

    Well that depends to be honest..

    Was the payoff the officials requirement for pay to play and so there is no other way, or are these very honest NYC post Tammany hall democrats?

    you see, there is two ways this thing rolls if your a thinking person at all and not just a person balling up dirty underwear to see if it sticks and stinks enough to turn someone else to “your side”.

    Though the problem with ‘your side’, whether democrat or republican is that your behavior is a rotten advertisement for the morals and actions of “your side”.

    to be fair, you can have a honest politician in which the power of the bribe corrupts them, and so the briber is the primary initiator.

    OR

    you can have a dirtball politician, in a city where they control pretty much everything and milk the people with licenses, permits, inspectors, a market in height allowances (you could make a fortune buying height allowances for buildings), medallions, connection to unions, voting and donation records, if you hired a family member, and a long line of other things us New Yorker are aware of (including being silent partners in local businesses they never invested in as a legal way to get the payoffs), All in a system which placed the pins of this game in place way before you were born as several generations father to son serve and take over.

    While lots of places have some of this stuff, NYC would be a legend among legends in this.

    they call it bribery because they want you to think the
    democrat controlled machine here is honest and he tempted them and they
    took it and didn’t call the FBI and have him arrested

    how
    do i know that? well, if they were not going to do X for a bribe, why
    do X after the bribe is withdrawn? In order to say he bribed someone,
    they have had to take the money (otherwise its attempted bribery, not
    bribery). if they were going to approve X no bribe would have been
    necessary or offered for nothing. So to claim he bribed they had to have
    taken the bribe and did something in exchange. If they did, then they
    too took the bribe and broke the law as well.

    so, who knows that
    a bribe was taken with enough veracity to have them arrested, but has
    no name, and the criminals are not arrested, under investigation, or
    even named other than trump.

  17. bobdog19006 says:

    Some might say that the same comment could be directed at her. The only real difference is Trump works in the private sector.

  18. JoeK says:

    Oouuu! You got burned good!!!

  19. KirklesWorth says:

    No he didn’t. What does the foundation for the disease call itself? The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. The Parkinson Foundation calls it “Parkinson’s Disease”. The Mayo Clinic calls it “Parkinson’s Diseaase”. Google “Parkinson Disease” and most listings change to “Parkinson’s Disease” – the AMA is the exception. They are both correct, but Tom is more-correct by the numbers.

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  21. […] Hillary Throws Stones From Her Glass Castle […]

  22. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Here’s the truth. A rich man can choose in what field he will work and where he will work. There is no requirement for a rich guy to work in real estate, nor is there a requirement that he work in the liberal hell holes of New York, New Jersey, Las Vegas, etc. He is the one that decided to do that, not “external forces” not “those are the requirements to get projects funded” etc.
    Doesn’t mean that I won’t vote for Trump. Doesn’t mean that Hillary isn’t far more corrupt (If Trump could get paid $200,000 to $500,000 for a single twenty minute speech, he too wouldn’t have had to rise early in the morning and put in a full day’s work to become wealthy).
    It means that if elected (hopefully) we need to watch Trump carefully and try to keep him pointed in a conservative direction….whenever possible.

  23. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Of course I care. However, That is like saying that the bowlfull of M&Ms only contain several filled with poop, unlike with Hillary, every one is filled with poop.

  24. KirklesWorth says:

    So you’d rather starve. Apt analogy.

  25. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I’d keep my hand out of the M&M bowl and eat something else. M&Ms aren’t the food that will keep you from starving.

  26. KirklesWorth says:

    If the analogy is changing, what is the other option to keep from starving that coincides to a candidate?

  27. Mr. Freemarket says:

    The federal government shouldn’t be involved in every aspect of our lives like it wants to be. For the most part we should be able to ignore the federal government and go on with our lives.

    A lot of that is being self sufficient. Do you have a year’s supply of food to see you through a future crisis?

    Let’s look at an even more dire possibility. Let’s say the NorthKos or mullahs nuke one of our cities. The federal government position is that all life would come to an end. But that isn’t true. With some preparations people can survive.

    So at the end of the day life can and should go on.

  28. KirklesWorth says:

    The federal government shouldn’t be involved in every aspect of our lives.

    But it is. What does that have to do with electing the most viable conservative candidate?

    For the most part we should be able to ignore the federal government and go on with our lives.

    But we can’t. What does that have to do with electing the most viable conservative candidate?

    A lot of that is being self sufficient. Do you have a year’s supply of food to see you through a future crisis?

    Nope. What does that have to do with electing the most viable conservative candidate?

    Let’s look at an even more dire possibility. Let’s say the NorthKos or mullahs nuke one of our cities. The federal government position is that all life would come to an end. But that isn’t true. With some preparations people can survive. So at the end of the day life can and should go on.

    Fine and dandy. What does that have to do with electing the most viable conservative candidate?

  29. Mr. Freemarket says:

    One will not starve to death by not eating M&Ms with or without poop. Life will not end if Hillary is elected neither will all wrongs be made right by electing Trump. From my perspective there is no conservative candidate on the ballot. In times past Trump would be considered a run of the mill democrat. He is only “conservative” when compared with full blown Marxists. That is why I’m tepid on Trump.

    What my comments have to do with the discussion is that because you are not prepared for bad times, you are relying on the government, elevating the importance of the election.

  30. KirklesWorth says:

    The what will you eat? You are shredding your analogy.

    So, things will be okee dokee with Hillary, but Trump must be defeated? Sorry if I find that position contrary to just about every conservative principle you hold so dear.

    What my comments have to do with the discussion is that because you are not prepared for bad times, you are relying on the government, elevating the importance of the election.

    Proof? As opposed to your plan of what…?


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