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Updated on December 14, 2020
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Ignore the in-my-face obvious issues and lend all of my attention to unwarranted, groundless non-issues? Not happening!

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Oops, She's Doing It Again

Hillary Clinton never stops; insulting, critiquing, cutting down and belittling large swaths of American people. She does it time and time again, she can't help herself.

Mrs. Bill Clinton is still out, still about...she is here, there and yonder.....in India....

Still ranting!

Ranting about why she continues to lose, it has absolutely nothing to do with her:

"We don't do well with married, white women...part of that is an identification with the Republican Party and ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever...believes you should." - Hillary Rodham Clinton

Hillary please stop!

You are so far off base and so wrong.

But, before I explain why, let me start by attempting to explain you, Hillary Clinton:

  • You attached yourself to William Jefferson Clinton long, long ago
  • You knew he was charismatic (unlike you)
  • You knew he was going places (unlike you)
  • He had the 'Right Stuff' (at least to someone like you)
  • You needed him, not because of the usual reasons we choose our soul mate, but because of what he, Bill Clinton, could do for you
  • Bill has been your ticket (spouse in name only)

How am I doing?

You put up with his inexcusable behavior, (something this woman and most women would never do)

Not only did you look the other way while he cheated on you, you went along with his lies, going as far as belittling and condemning in public, your husband's accusers/victims/conquests.

Paula, Gennifer, Kathleen, Monica, Juanita....(who am I missing?) didn't deserve you piling on, calling them names and taking the low road... time after time, after time.

I am not done!

  • During the Campaign you called a lot of Americans, "deplorable"
  • You haven't stopped playing the victim card since your big loss
  • It is everybody's fault...but yours
  • It wasn't enough for you to call me and women like me "deplorable", you have chosen to take it even further
  • You have chosen to go on the world stage and insult our intelligence

Don't think so.....

I've been paying attention to politics as long as I can remember, I was all caught up in the Goldwater/Johnson race when I was a young child.

I thought it was every bit as exciting as fairs and carnivals and the local swimming hole.

I could not wait to vote and I was registered long before I met my Husband.

I remember arguing with my Dad about Jimmy Carter (D).

Dad saw a good man, but neglected to see the good man's many shortcomings.

Dad realized very quickly!

I understood even quicker than Dad; when, why and how...Jimmy Carter was in way over his head!

I connected with Ronald Reagan, a Republican, because of those he looked up to, chose to quote, patterned his life after and for the type of President he chose to be.

I had great respect for him, because of the Respect he showed our Military, working families and this great Nation always, whether here on American soil or in a foreign land.

Did you know, Hillary Clinton, that Ronald Wilson Reagan had so much respect for the oval office, that he would not even take off his coat...much less his pants, while in the oval office?

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We live in an amazing Country, one of which I am so very proud and I am sick and tired of women like you...Democrats like you, constantly bashing my Country and bashing your fellow countrymen and countrywomen!

Yes, I will call it my country, since you and the majority of your fellow Democrats seem embarrassed by it, always trying to change it and transform it into something else.

I'll gladly claim it and proclaim it!

It is not enough that you take your 'victim, hear-me-out, poor Ms. Misunderstood tour all across America, you do not stop there, you follow the lead of our former President, Barack Obama (D) and choose to go on foreign soil and take it even further, by condemning us...me... in order to feel better about yourself.

Is that why?

Is it in order to feel better about yourself?

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Stop talking and start taking notes...it may not be too late for you Hillary!

Now back to your most recent ridiculous comment -

I am my own woman, I make my own decisions at the polling place, after I have done extensive research.

At times, my "husband/co-boss", "my sons", the male neighbor... may ask my opinion, before going to the polling place, because they know I've taken the time and have done my homework.

In fact, I've had several people ask my opinion on upcoming elections, because they know me, they know I am involved and not following anyone's lead.

Most certainly not...."feeling pressured to vote" the way a man in my life thinks I should.

I don't know if you are "feeling pressured" to be out and about, making a fool of yourself, but take a chance and take some very good advice from "a deplorable"... please stop!

You made your choice long ago, when you attached yourself to Bill.

When you knew he was to be your ticket.

Stop thinking you know anything about me or about any other Conservative or Republican woman.

You know nothing about us, but you could learn from us.

Stop talking and stop acting/playing the victim, Hillary.

Start taking notes, it may not be too late for you to redeem yourself!



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    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      I didn't watch it because Hannity has zero credibility to me because of the numerous ridiculously false conspiracy theories he pushes. Second, I have much better things to do than watch a segment by someone I have zero respect for or belief in the honesty of the material he pushes. Criticisms? You've done nothing but troll and insult people since you've come on here. With only one story published, it seems that's you true motivation for being on this site now.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      A video you didn't watch because the truth lies in the information provided by various sources and facts presented in the video that have nothing to do with the person of Hannity or your opinion of him. All the definitions apply to you as especially revealed in your statement of irony. Quite a lame comeback after admitting I was correct about your ignorance of the phrase which lends credence to the likelihood I am right about all my criticisms of you. That you had no concept of what was meant by "intellectual dishonesty" your opinions are just as transparently flawed, you are clueless, chose to be clueless, about the truth.

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      True, I have never heard that phrase used before. I did, indeed, have to look it up and found it has a few different meanings. The one I'd guess you meant would be: a refusal to examine and evaluate one's own beliefs for flaws, errors, or improper logic. Which I found quite ironic because you're trying to make a point using Hannity video.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      I said "intellectually dishonest" to the core which is a phrase that is not equal to dishonest but has a whole different meaning, you should look it up, might put you on tract to developing a respectable vocabulary but then we know you don't care to know the meaning of anything presented to you, that is obvious. At least you will see you missed the whole point of what I said because you don't know the meaning of "intellectual dishonesty"

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      If you think people who can't stomach a guy like Hannity, who peddles false conspiracy theories for a living, are dishonest to the core, that says as much about your level of delusion as it does about your intelligence in posting a seventeen minute video to try and make whatever point you were trying to make in a comment section.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      Joc the video was 17 minutes long and what you watched you say was "a bit" - yeah a little bit, so you have no idea what it was all about in the context of the entire video, little of which had anything to do with what you apparently gleamed from the little bit you watched, and twisted that i might add... so I was right and I knew you would never watch the whole thing because you and people like you are intellectually dishonest to the core and can not be reasoned with.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      Brad 

      3 years ago

      JOC

      I can't say that I am disappointed because that is your political MO. Your are a one trick pony, and when you spend the trick, you ride away on your pony:)

      Bye

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      You send me a Hannity youtube video and I actually watch a bit to see the argument you're trying to make. I research the company making the data point claims, say that I'd like to see the data to back up the argument, and you call me a liar. The video purportedly shows how the media covered Bill Clinton sexual assault charges twenty years ago. Now if you could tell me how in any way that exonerates Trump, that'd be awesome.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      I don't know what clip you watched Joc, obviously if it was the one I gave you you didn't watch all or even much of it or you're just lying about what you think is on it. But then that is what I expect of people like you who simply avoid answering questions they can't answer honestly or ignore tons of information only to attack the messenger - trivial old left wing playbook tactics.

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      It's an endless cycle of questions, so no.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      Brad 

      3 years ago

      JOC

      Are you even going to try and answer my questions and comments?

      NO Drive By Please!

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      Not a single thing in that clip dismisses the credible allegations being made against Trump. It just tries to make claims of coverage that happened twenty years ago, by the very conservative media research center. I would enjoy seeing that data before buying into something Hannity is arguing.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      Joc said "So I take it that you find the adultery and sexual assault acceptable then Tsad since you see those claims as just childish?"

      JOC I can guess where you get your information about adultery and sexual assault... by Trump? You should really watch this whole clip several times, maybe that will unbrainwash you, but lets start here at 8 minutes in:

      https://youtu.be/YKYtQ-eNYmY?t=486

    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      All your Russia paranoia is nothing but left wing talking points designed to make something of a Russian collusion with Trump that they know doesn't exist. But you don't mention anything of the real collusion with Russia by The Clintons and uranium one, the fake dossier, https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/458216002

      A hot microphone picked up President Obama telling Russian President Dmitri Medvedev he would have more flexibility to negotiate on issues like missile defense after the 2012 election.

      If you think Trump isn't bolstering our national security with almost every policy he has instituted or signed what congress has passed you are nuts- democrats mamely Barack and Hiliary have done everything in their power to weaken it. Give up there is no logical way you can make a case Trump is worst than the entire democrat party leadership for Americas national security and that's an obvious FACT!

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      Brad 

      3 years ago

      JOC

      since you won't let it go, no, I've never reported any user to HP admin. I'm more than able to engage directly with those I disagree with.

      B:

      I asked the question previously, and you didn't answer it. So, I asked again, and now you have answered it. I do believe your answer.

      -------------------------------------------------------

      Not surprising to me that your conspiracy-theory way of thinking would go there in asking or that you won't believe my answer. There are greater tragedies.

      B:

      Asking questions that don't have reasonable answers is not a conspiracy, it is asking about the missing information. What greater Tragedies?

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      Third, I made a comment that Trump painted himself with his own words and actions and didn't need any help from Clinton.

      B:

      What words painted him into what corner?

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      It doesn't surprise me in the least that you don't believe Clifford's or MacDougal's claims of adultery,

      B:

      Once again, it is a claim and nothing more than a claim. And it is not one that is a current or pertaining to Trump as president.

      Did you believe all the claims against president Bill Clinton, Governor Bill Clinton?

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      but to say there is no clear case is a little bit misleading considering there is public admission to some adulterous overlap in his previous marriages.

      B:

      Clear case? Where. Public admission by whom? and why now?

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      We will get to hear testimony in court pertaining to one case of his sexually assaulting a woman as Mr. Dennison couldn't postpone that case. As with Bill Clinton, everyone should have concerns if the person in the White House is a sexual assaulter.

      B:

      They should have only concerns of what that person does in the White House. And once again, both presidents JFK and Bill Clinton used the WH as a motel 6. Can you say anything derogatory in that vain about president Trump?

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      Thanks for your comments.

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      Hey ABWilliams - my distaste for Trump exists as a real concern for our national security. He's already been caught giving sensitive intelligence to the Russians (in the Oval office pertaining to Israel), formed policy that is pro-Russian (Ukraine GOP platform stance, failure to enact sanctions on the Russians, failure to believe our intelligence services about Russian election hacking, failure to condemn Russia for the chemical attack on British soil), there are still outstanding questions pertaining to his finances and Russia, and the questions pertaining to the assistance he may have been apart of during the latest election. And let's not even get into the lack of security checks on his hires or the potential for espionage and blackmail threats to them. It's not glee, it's concern.

      TSAD - I'll grant you everything you said about the Clintons and the shadiness of the DNC during the last election. You won't find any denials here and they still have a long way to go to gain back the trust of liberal-thinking individuals like myself. In terms of finding a quality candidate to run for the highest office in the land, I don't see a clear option for the future either. Individually, they are on good footing in local elections. Nationally, the party is still a trainwreck. I'd even suggest some of the platform points be moved closer to center in terms of the immigration concerns of the right.

      Brad - Congrats first on writing a comment under 12,500 words. Second, since you won't let it go, no, I've never reported any user to HP admin. I'm more than able to engage directly with those I disagree with. Not surprising to me that your conspiracy-theory way of thinking would go there in asking or that you won't believe my answer. There are greater tragedies. Third, I made a comment that Trump painted himself with his own words and actions and didn't need any help from Clinton. It doesn't surprise me in the least that you don't believe Clifford's or MacDougal's claims of adultery, but to say there is no clear case is a little bit misleading considering there is public admission to some adulterous overlap in his previous marriages. We will get to hear testimony in court pertaining to one case of his sexually assaulting a woman as Mr. Dennison couldn't postpone that case. As with Bill Clinton, everyone should have concerns if the person in the White House is a sexual assaulter.

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      Brad 

      3 years ago

      JOC

      What has Trump done as president that has anything to do with moral turpitude. The Claims you make against him are unproven, and just words taken out of private conversations, and there have been no criminal indictments.

      While both JFK, and Bill Clinton used the White House as a motel 6.

      Your hit and run, not answering direct questions is a poor example of the Mohammad Ali Rope a dope.

      You still avoided answering the question about whether or not, you are a baiter.

      You say

      "Claiming Hillary painted Trump as a degenerate was pretty funny considering the grab em by the p***y audiotape, clear cases of adultery, and claims of sexual assault he will be facing in court in the upcoming future.."

      B:

      That audio tape was a private conversation and it was made in 2005, and you moan about talking about Democrats that are not in office. Talk is talk, but where was the action?

      Adultery isn't a crime, and there is no Clear Case of it. Right now we have an aging Porn Star and like Sister Teresa, the veracity of Porn stars cannot be questioned. And "Claims" of sexual assault. Claims???

      And what does any of these claims have to do with what Trump is doing as president?

      Nothing absolutely nothing.

      Any remark that you make that doesn't answer the questions, will be deemed as "duh" I don't know.

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    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      Joc, they are just that claims, nothing has been proven and even these claims pale in comparison to the things we know Bill Clinton and Hiliary did to multiple women without their consent and your party to this day embrace the both of them, featured them both during the Obama administration as leaders and saviors of your party.

      As far as I am concerned the choice was between Trump and Hiliary and given such a choice I'd pick Trump any day even if the claims are true. Not picking a pastor, but a politician. Would I pick him over a better candidate without accusations, probably not if that candidate wasn't a left wing hoodlum like the Clintons. If anyone should be criticizing anyone for supporting scum, it is not me who should be criticized but maybe you look in the mirror for once, the Democrat party is full of scum like the Clintons, birds of a feather.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      Hi Joc - when I questioned, "where did that come from", I meant in terms of this particular discussion. I know very well how you feel about the President.

      As much as I disliked President Clinton, I was never gleeful about him getting what was due him. If Trump has assaulted women, it will all come out...

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      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      I agree that Hillary needs to slink away and is hurting the party. You're absolutely right there.

      If by winning elections in areas that Trump carried such as Alabama and Pennsylvania is going down the tubes, then we have a different idea of what that means.

      So I take it that you find the adultery and sexual assault acceptable then Tsad since you see those claims as just childish?

    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      Y'all have to give JOC a break, his party is going down the tubes with Hiliary and he knows there is no hope because they still can't get rid of Hiliary fast enough, Trump is delivering on all his campaign promises and there is no proof of Russian collusion after a year and a half of leaky investigations. He needs to demean the president just like a child being punished will say I hate you to his parents. It's normal childish behavior and the Denocrats are nothing if they aren't childish.

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      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      *derogatory

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      *accused (I hate typos)

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      Guess those of us who consider ourselves Democrats here get a little tired of the bashing towards former party leaders. And that's what this comment area devolved into.

      Claiming Hillary painted Trump as a degenerate was pretty funny considering the grab em by the p***y audiotape, clear cases of adultery, and claims of sexual assault he will be facing in court in the upcoming future..

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      I noted the compliment and thanked you for it.

      I would hope no one would be so petty to report good healthy debate and discussions, we are all adults here, but it happens and that's too bad.

      Historian accussed every person that commented here of spouting hate and being hateful. Historian has had ample opportunity to respond and have a discussion as to what it is she disagrees with. I welcome her concerns.

      In the meantime, you came in with a deragatory comment about the President, where did that come from?

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      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      No, it was an insult that I chose to respond to with sarcasm.

      BTW, as usual, you have incorrect information when trying to make an argument. But that's par for the course with you and perhaps more the issue to why your rating is so low.

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      Brad 

      3 years ago

      JOC

      This was a general question about being a baiter, not a specific one for this article. Still waiting for an answer!

      BTW, You have a hubber score of 97 and you have written only one article in the last 8 weeks. How do you figure you got that 97?

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      Brad 

      3 years ago

      JOC

      This was a general question about being a baiter, not a specific one for this article. Still waiting for an answer!

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      Yeah, that compliment I gave ABWilliams on this article was baiting her into giving me a better, more beaming compliment. I reported her thankfulness for reading her article to HP. I'm sure our positive interaction is going to decrease her rating further.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      I will go check out that article TSAD and see what Historian has to say about our current President.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      I hope not. JOC and I do not agree on most things, but our discussions/debates have never gone too far (except he was very offended once when I referred to him as JV) he was JOC, then Valeant, so I called him JV, I forget sometimes that we do not all share the same sense of humor. I apologized and never called him JV again.

      I have no other explanation for it Brad :(

      With the timing of the PM and the sudden drop ??

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      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      Looks like we snared a snowflake Mike who buys into Hiliary's married white women excuse, just read her hp on women's equality.

      If she feels like she says about Hiliary (and I don't believe that for a minute) Instead of attackjng us for calling a spade a spade Historian should be calling Hillary out for continuing to spew lies even after she has been kicked to the curb by real Americans. Are she to go away (or be put in jail where she belongs) nobody would be saying anything about her.

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      Brad 

      3 years ago

      JOC are you one of these baiters?

      AB

      If that is what is happening, then hp is biased in favor of the left. That is the only explanation for dropping 60 points and why are the these baiters defining the hubber score?

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      I am going to tread very softly here, having learned a few things, during my time with HP.

      A couple of years ago I made the mistake of deleting 50+ articles and started anew with HP, for various reasons. Things were going along pretty well for me, I began writing new articles, my numbers were good, all were featured. I was in the forums, chatting it up. No problems/no worries.

      Out of the blue, I received a private message that I needed to be aware of baiters, they'd set me up in an effort to get rid of me. (the people that do this, are easily offended, sensitive or whatever....and will give negative feedback to HP Admin.)

      I wrote back that I'd had some good, healthy debates/discussions, but no issues with anyone. No problems/no worries.

      Wouldn't you know it, the very next day my score dropped 60 points. What!?!

      Not saying anything like that is happening with the two comments, before Mike, but I'll not engage.

      P.S. Agreed Mike

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      Readmikenow 

      3 years ago

      Telling the truth about Hillary is not hateful. It's honest. The Ninth commandment is "Thou shalt not lie."

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      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      No one needs to paint Trump as a degenerate, he handles that job just fine all by himself.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      I see no hate-spouting going on here. I see many accurate descriptions of Hillary.

      If you have read something specifically that you disagree with and you'd like to discuss it further, let's discuss it.

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      Matilda 

      3 years ago from Texas

      OMG and I bet everyone of you your spouting hate call your selves Christians. I don't support her because she isn't good for the party or the country and feel her time is past. But what is being said about her is just plain vicious and hateful.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      Totally!

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      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      And subconsciously resented him for the fact she knew she'd be nothing without him. Sounds just like the way she portrays white married women doesn't it. Totally subject to be controlled by their man. Oh yeah, this is not speculation, it explains everything.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      For the record, not meant as a compliment for Bill, by any means. He is such a scoundrel, but she definitely latched onto him, because she knew his charm would take her places.

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      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      Although she has always been a loser....but for Bill!

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      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      And what in the world would Hiliary know about married white women and their men? Wait, she's a married white woman (or is that really a marriage?). I guess she is unconsciously resentful of being married to a white man who I guess told her how to vote, kept her in line, forced her to protect him from his bimbo eruptions and take a back seat to his "career"...yeah I guess she is just projecting her self-loathing on all married white women...definitely a classic case for the annals of psychiatry.

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      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      Yeah, I mean if she made him out to be so "deplorable" and she lost to him! OMG she has to convince anyone she can (but mostly herself) that those who voted for him are deplorable, or else accept the fact that the electorate actually thought she was more deplorable than Trump! In her twisted sick mine that just can't be.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      Brad that sounds much too complicated for me to figure out right now...lol, long week!

      TSAD, I've never really thought about it that way,...she painted Trump as a degenerate and then lost to him.

      Is that why she feels the need to visit every continent with her many bags of excuses in tow?

      Hmmm....

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      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      As far as Hillary goes, knowing what a degenerate she has painted Trump to be how can she ever get over having lost to him? It will haunt her 'til her dying day and frankly there isn't a more suitable punishment for the dispicable life she has led and hurt her actions have inflicted upon innumerable lives and families.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      In the video I gave you it puts on display Bernie's double standard, his feigning he never said about republicans exactly what he is doing now during the shut down. He is such a duplicitous phony, he could actually have blamed Hiliary and the DNC for his losing the primary, but what does he do? He backs the B that rigged it for him to lose? Yeah, that's a real fighter.

      Face it, the Democrat party had NO ONE worthy of running for president and they still don't because they want a socialist crook in the office who will pander to minorities while using them to pass policies that enslave them even more to the government.

      The only way they are even winning a special election is to run a candidate who supports Republican issues! Lamb claims to personally be pro-life, pro tax cut, pro tariff and anti Pelosi!

      Of course republicans know that a candidate like Lamb will never follow through with policies like those, he's a Democrat so he will say whatever the people in his district want to hear to get elected, then it's liberal policies as usual, the ends justifies his means and Pelosi is loving it. That's her kind of guy, as long as he wins she could care less how he has to position himself to win.

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      Brad 

      3 years ago

      AB

      Someone said," You can't miss me, If I don't go away".

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      True TSAD, Bernie is certainly no prize, but at least he isn't out blaming everybody and his brother for his shortcomings!

      Thanks Mike to you and your wife!

      I think everybody...and his brother (and sister) are ready for Hillary to call it a day, hang up her slippers, disappear into the sunset, fade out.....

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      Readmikenow 

      3 years ago

      A.B. Williams I am going to go out on a limb here...BUT...I believe there are millions of women around the country who feel as you do and you have provided them with a voice. I think you did a great job. My wife applauds you.

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      The Logician 

      3 years ago from now on

      Yeah, Bernie Sanders was such a good candidate - actually I think he was as bad a liar as Hiliary who undoubtedly will go down as the biggest conniving, political buffoon and train wreck in history, and Bernie a close second.

      Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) appeared recently on MSNBC. During his segment, host Ali Velshi played a clip of OMB Director Mick Mulvaney reciting a direct quote from Sanders regarding the 2013 government shutdown:

      What they [Republicans] are saying to the American people tonight is: “Maybe we have lost the presidential election; maybe we've lost seats in the Senate and in the House. It doesn't matter! We can now bring the government to a shutdown – throw some 800,000 hard working Americans out on the street, and we are going to get our way no matter what.”

      The seemingly flustered Senator replied: "I – that doesn’t sound like – I don’t recall saying anything like that." He quickly pivoted: "Nobody wants a shutdown. Democrats don’t want a shutdown. I think most Republicans don’t want a shutdown. The only person who has talked positively about a shutdown is the President of the United States. He said, you know, maybe the country needs a good shutdown. That was Donald Trump."

      Sanders then made his point again: "I don’t want a shutdown; I don’t know anybody who does."

      Here’s the thing — Conor Beck at The Washington Free Beacon found the clip of Sanders saying exactly (with some minor mutations) what Mulvaney quoted, and attached it to the end of the segment (starts at 1:31):

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJ32qojfbWM

      I don't think saying "I voted for Bernie in primary but had to support our nominee" really lends any credibility to one's ability to make an intelligent decision.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      Yes Eric it is bad. Is there anyone left that she hasn't insulted?

      Very Sad!

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      RTalloni 

      3 years ago

      Yes, better this than that. It is actually very sad to watch her, sad on so many levels including for her personally.

    • Ericdierker profile image

      Eric Dierker 

      3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      I looked around for her actual quotes and you are being kind in this piece.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      Hi Angel -

      Thanks for commenting.

      I cannot believe that I am about to open this can of worms, but Angel....WHY? Why do you feel that you "had to support her?"

      Also, are you saying that you do not want her to seek nomination again, because you'd be 'obligated' to vote for her...again?

      Inquiring minds want to know!

    • Angel Guzman profile image

      Angel Guzman 

      3 years ago from Joliet, Illinois

      I voted for Bernie in primary but had to support our nominee. I would like to see her not seek nomination again.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      Hi Tim -

      Thank you! You know me, I can't let this slide! ;)

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      Oh my goodness RT, I was so riled up when I first saw this.

      This article was written and published in record time!

      I will usually allow myself to simmer down a bit, before I start writing, but I was a woman on fire...lol...better that than to be a woman like Hillary!

      She needs an Intervention!

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      Tim Truzy 

      3 years ago from U.S.A.

      Abwilliams, right on the money. She should be doing less talking. Mouths only talk, well, we know what walks. Good article. Thanks.

      sincerely,

      Tim

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      RTalloni 

      3 years ago

      It is a good thing that people are able to speak up and continue to report about the truth of what she is doing. News media is certainly going to continue protecting and promoting her and her husband, and others like them, so thanks for pointing out a few of the issues they display on a regular basis.

    • abwilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      A B Williams 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      JOC - I will take your short and sweet "solid" as a compliment. Thanks for reading!

      Brad - Thank you, I'll forever see Bernie as a tortoise now (thanks for that :) About the time he gained traction, he was flipped onto his back and rendered helpless.

      Hi Eric - You can try to keep it a secret, but....;)

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      Eric Dierker 

      3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      I did not know she made such a horrible comment about wives. To me that is just plain sad. Such conduct makes me want to apologize to people for her. I hope my "better half" does not see it.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      Brad 

      3 years ago

      AB

      Great job. Hillary doesn't want it to get out that you are not the only women that voted on your own, there are millions out there. She can't believe that she lost for the second time. This time, it was in the bag.

      The last time, her party dumped her on the side of the primary, losing to someone believe it or not, that was even less of a presidential candidate than herself.

      It was time for the black man to win the presidency, not the women, at least that is what the DNC made happen.

      Unfortunately, he won because senator McCain didn't have the right stuff. And neither did Sara Palin. It was not the year of the woman.

      The democrats don't seem to care about qualifications and performance for their presidential candidates. They brand types, and 2008 the type was Black and Male.

      They won easily.

      In 2016, the DNC had already picked Hillary Clinton, and maybe it was their way of saying OK, this is your turn. The women's movement is in full swing, and you don't even have to run very hard to win.

      Then senator Bernie Sanders made a race, where none was supposed to happen. He like the Tortoise had a slow start due to the Super Delegates, and the Hillary war chest, but as the primary approached, Sanders was getting traction.

      Hillary and the DNC successfully cut the strings from Sanders because Trump the real opponent was on fire.

      Here is where Hillary couldn't duplicate Obama's win. Trump wasn't McCain and McCain had been in the system forever. Trump is the anti System candidate, and that is why he won.

      As you mentioned about Hillary calling anyone that wasn't voting for her, Deplorables. And when she used White Women as dependent on a male influence, she extended deplorables.

      I wonder, who non white women get their voting choices from?

      Thanks

    • Valeant profile image

      JOC 

      3 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      Solid.

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