Monday, September 8, 2008

The Hilary Clinton Army... back to basics

Fall is here and it's time for the Hillary Clinton Army to return to the basics.



For both men and women, a Hillsuit says it all. "I love to have fun but I'm ready to get down to business".



We may do a lot of goofing around in the H.C.A., but Hillary knows she can always count on us when the chips are down.

A bright red suit jacket and a Hillmask add spice to any occasion. Add this telephone car to your shopping basket, and you and your friends are sure to be a hit at any party!





May we suggest adding a custom-made Hillcar to your list of fashion accessories ? Our army of trained professionals will personally transform your car into a dazzling Hillcar!



Hillary Clinton... she's not just a fabulous woman...she's a fashion statement, she's an inspiration to us all....she's a life-style!

6 comments:

Jeanne said...

Hillary's back!!!!

El-Change-O! said...

Yea, bringing back the basics over here at the H.C.A. Had enough of the wrong Sarah for a little while.

Flying Mermaid said...

I welcome a break from Sarah, who's been giving me nightmares those few seconds a week I sleep.

But I'm sorry, Gretchen, "Fall is Here" only means one thing to me!

Agent Louise said...

ooooooooooooow that mo'fo he/she Chew-Mee just "Eel Slaped" me and the damn thing was stillfrozen.Sorry BB yes I was bought off with bloody minks,moose burgers and beer.How do you like the letter I sent you? Now will you please call this psycho ladyboy off of me!!!!

El-Change-O! said...

Dear Agent Louise, if you do not get on the job, you will be replaced.
Big Brass

C C Matthews said...

Why the "Lipstick on a pig" quote is important
By now everyone has heard Obama's "lipstick on a pig" quote. Those who are for McCain and Palin have chimed in that it is obviously a sexist remark made about Palin. Those in the Obama camp point out that he has used the phrase before and that even McCain has used the phrase. So who is right and who is wrong? Let's look a bit deeper.

It is absolutely correct that both Obama and McCain have used this relatively common phrase before. McCain admits he has used the term numerous times. Obama used it to describe Bush having given General Patraeus an impossible mission. I don't think anyone is in disagreement that it is an often used phrase in Washington.

So what is all the hubbub about? In law you can help prove a crime or criminal mindset by showing a propensity to do that crime over and over. If I go out and get drunk on the town, I may or may not be an alcoholic. If I go out and get drunk on the town repeatedly, I probably am an alcoholic. The underlying question then is whether or not Obama is sexist. While some people have said that his "lipstick on a pig" comment is not worthy of much attention, it certainly could not be said that his being sexist is not worthy of attention. So is Obama sexist or not?

Having researched the topic, there is no doubt in my mind that he is. Not wishing to make such a broad statement without proof, I submit to you that Obama has a history of making sexist statements which can only lead me to believe, he is a sexist.

Indeed Geraldine Ferraro, a Democrat that has the honor of being the first female Vice President nominee called Obama sexist. She has since thrown her support behind him, picking party over gender now that Hillary is not an option. But let us look to Hillary herself who continually alleged that Obama and his starstruck media was sexist.

Then you have the numerous little jabs that Obama has taken at women. If you come to the conclusion that Obama is not sexist, then surely you cannot say he is not chauvinistic. While in Allentown Mr. Obama said to a woman at the Tama Manufacturing plant that "you look like you might be a dancer. "You're big time. You are gorgeous." Then while in Scranton Obama tried to convince a Hillary supporter to change allegiance by suggesting "I'll give you a kiss." At an address at Tulane University Obama stated, "You challenge the status quo and suddenly the claws come out" when referring to attacks aimed at him by Clinton. Finally, when asked a question by a female autoworker, Obama said "hold on sweetie" avoiding the question so he could go pose for a photo shoot.

While none of these jabs in and of themselves constitute blatant sexism, when viewed in light of the totality of the evidence, they show a pattern. This coupled with the fact that Sarah Palin had already taken personal possession of the lipstick comments with her "lipstick on a pitbull" comment makes Obama's use of the phrase very questionable. In fact, right after making the comment, Obama began to talk about Sarah Palin. This leads to the conclusion that either Barack Obama is a reckless unintelligent person who does not have a good mastery of the English language, which is not the case. Or, he is sexist. You have the information, you decide. One way or the other, the "lipstick on a pig" comment is more important than some are letting on.
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