There’s been much ado made of Hillary’s selection of a Right-Tit-Man, Tim Kaine, to be her VP running mate.
I’ve read and heard it alleged that he is a bit of a wimp, a pussy man, sort of a cuck, simpering…the adjectives accelerate. The consensus is that Hillary smartly chose a man who would gladly kowtow in her gelatinous footsteps.
I was skeptical. Assumed it was dubious criticism, of questionable political agendas.
Until I read this on ABC detailing an interview set to air on 60 Minutes tonight. The ABC piece quotes a section of the interview between Clinton, Kaine and the weekly news magazine’s Scott Pelley.
Read it. Pay heed to Kaine’s comments and the inferred narrative describing his contributions.
Tim Kaine sounds like an absolute emasculated prime-time dad who spends 26 minutes each week searching for his MIA testicles.
This dude is weak!
Donald Trump will devour this ticket. The verdict becomes clear, November draws excitingly close.
“I don’t call him anything, and I’m not going to engage in that kind of insult-fest that he seems to thrive on,” Clinton said. “So whatever he says about me, he’s perfectly free to use up his own air time and his own space.”
Kaine chimed in to say that while Clinton is letting the “water go off her back on this,” that’s not the way he feels.
“When I see this, you know, ‘Crooked Hillary,’ or I see the, ‘Lock her up,’ it’s just ridiculous. It is ridiculous,” he said. “I just, you know, it is beneath the character of the kind of dialogue we should have. Because we got real serious problems to solve. And look, most of us stopped the name-calling thing about fifth grade.”
Throughout their first joint interview, the two running mates appeared relaxed and at ease -– praising and encouraging each other.
Kaine said he liked the idea of serving as a vice president with two presidents in the White House.
“I mean, it’s an embarrassment of riches,” he said, referring to former President Bill Clinton as first man.
Clinton also touted Kaine’s musical skills.
“I just have to add that he plays a mean harmonica,” she told CBS’ Scott Pelley.
“Got to have a fallback in my line of work,” Kaine retorted.