Hillary is gone but hardly forgotten.
In fact, is she even gone? It’s like she never left. She torments us in an unceasing and tiresome psychic parade of her goddamned cheeks and slap-provoking Clintonian smirk. The smugness and refusal to be put out to pasture is our greatest Clinton curse.
Always, she’s here.
Pestering, ever-present, like stubborn hemorrhoids.
Hillary Clinton surprised an 8-year-old girl with a letter earlier this month after the elementary school student lost an election for class president
to a boy by a single vote.
Martha Kennedy Morales, a third-grader at a private Quaker school in College Park, Md., decided to run for the top office as part of a lesson on government in which elections for class president and Congress were held, the Washington Post reported. Morales told the paper she lost to a “popular” fourth-grade boy and was affirmed as vice president.
Nope, I don’t see any parallels here. None whatsoever. Hillary, shamelessly, does however, and she has no qualms about flouting.
“As I know too well, it’s not easy when you stand up and put yourself in contention for a role that’s only been sought by boys,” Clinton wrote in a consoling letter obtained by the Post.
Sure Hill. I have no doubt your letter will lift the girl’s spirits and who knows, it may open her eyes to the fact that you are a loser in search of redemption.
And the boy who defeated Martha Morales?