Saturday, March 30, 2013

The Top Ten Reasons Hillary Must Be the Next President



From Jazz Shaw:

The Top Ten Reasons Hillary Must Be the Next President 
10.) Worked herself to exhaustion at State Department and clearly deserves a job where she can do nothing. 
9.) Will play golf from the red tees, so Boehner won’t even have to pretend to talk to her. 
8.) Not only shoots skeet, but according to Bill, has multiple recipes for cooking them. 
7.) Chelsea not yet old enough to run. 
6.) Guaranteed to double current office holder’s bowling score. 
5.) Will reduce annual budget by never ordering pizza deliveries to West Wing. 
4.) Proven tarmac dodging skills. ‘Nuff said. 
3.) Will pick Biden for running mate again, just to see the look on his face. 
2.) Nobody thought she’d reach the 500,000 frequent flyer miles threshold on the State Dept. rewards plan, but we’re locked in now. 
1.) A quick survey has revealed that Hillary Clinton is actually the last woman left in the country. If we don’t do it now…

9 comments:

  1. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyMarch 30, 2013 at 8:42 AM

    They left out the biggest reason:

    (0) Recorded one of America's Top 100 country songs, "Stand By Your Man" (under the pseudonym of Tammy Wynette) while employed as a fabulously successful, self-taught commodities trader in an Arkansas law firm.

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    1. So, are you saying that *finally* we'd have a president who could eliminate the deficit, and maybe even pay off the debt? I mean, she being such a financial wizard, and all.

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    2. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyMarch 30, 2013 at 10:18 AM

      All one needs to do to appreciate the incredible talent of Hillary Clinton is look at the Middle East today.

      The success of Smart Power has resulted in a money-saving staff reduction in the Libyan diplomatic corps, and Hamas is incrementally delivering its rocket stockpiles over to civilian-controlled sites in Israel. Even Syria is allegedly delivering its chemical weapons cache to civilian dissident factions.

      So I think we could expect that the exploding debt and Hellenification of the American economy would be, literally, a no-brainer.

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    3. You can't say that Hillary hasn't accomplished things.

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    4. And she'd do it all in pant suits!

      Mike,
      Could I ask you to have a look at my most recent post?
      I know it's off topic, but it is an edited version of an open talk I delivered at my church.
      I would really appreciate your thoughts (or any of the folks on here) on how I framed this horrible issue, as you are in the medical field and have a great ability when it comes to hitting on it.
      Anyway, thanks - and you can nuke this response if it is too off base for the thread, with no hard feelings at all.
      Cheers.
      Rex

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    5. A stylistic criticism -- I'd drop the "and women in uniform" part -- woman have no place "in uniform", and that our anti-Christian rules want to put them there is actually part and parcel with "the Culture of Death" you're criticizing.

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    6. Thanks, Ilion.
      I appreciate the input.
      I am not certainly not for putting women into front line service, but the reality is we have quite a few women in our congregation that are in the services (support/tech roles) who I did not want to exclude.
      Point well taken, though.

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    7. CrusadeRex,

      It's your perfect right to campaign to have the law changed to extend the legal rights of human foetuses and to remove taxpayer funding of elective abortions.

      In Australia, a senator attempted to have public funding of sex selective abortions banned. He failed because it's unknown if sex selective abortions actually occur (the Medicare schedule items applying to elective abortions also apply to D&Cs after incomplete spontaneous abortions.

      A gynaecologist interviewed claimed that he's unaware of sex selective abortions occurring in Australia. And immediately contradicted himself by stating that if they do occur, then they're male sex selective abortions (males, being the weaker sex, are prone to suffer from X-linked disorders, such as Duchenne muscular dystrophy, that females are almost always merely carriers), with the parents wanting a healthy daughter, rather than a suffering son.

      Do you have any evidence that sex selective abortions occur in America, Canada or Australia?

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  2. Bach,

    Sure. There are stats that have just come out in Canada, and a motion was put forward to discuss the issue in the House. Unfortunately, the government has BLOCKED such discussion because the same data could put limits on term and actually bring forth abortion laws, which we currently do not have. We have NEVER had an open debate on the issue here, and that is a grave error. Especially considering (by polls, which I am ever suspicious of) the population seems to be very much in favour of tough controls (term limits, selective, elective etc).
    A quick google will get you the results. You make a good point though: I will see if I can get a few hyperlinks in the blog post to illustrate it. It would beef it up, and provide a proof of sorts for online readers. Obviously the folks who I delivered a longer version to are aware of much of this, but your point well taken.

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