Alternate Headline: The Obamanation is so Bad it makes Hillary Look Like a Saint

By the Left Coast Rebel

Interesting headline at Bloomberg, "Clinton Popularity Prompts Buyer’s Remorse."

Duh. And we told you so three years ago. Radical past, lack of executive experience and legislative experience, Chicago corruptocrat closeted skeletons. No, 50+ million of you (the same number now on food stamps, coincidentally) let the media-government complex brainwash you with Orwellian "Hopey-Changey" platitudes.

An excerpt from Bloomberg:

The most popular national political figure in America today is one who was rejected by her own party three years ago: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Nearly two-thirds of Americans hold a favorable view of her and one-third are suffering a form of buyer’s remorse, saying the U.S. would be better off now if she had become president in 2008 instead of Barack Obama.

Read the whole thing.

Needless to say, the last 2-1/2 years of the American "fundamental transformation" into a banana republic makes any thinking citizen yearn for the days of Bubba Clinton, Bush the senior; hell even Tricky-Dick Nixon.

Even the Peanut Farmer-with-an-affinity-for-communists seems sane, patriotic and reasonable juxtaposed to Dear Leader.

Nevertheless don't be fooled: Hillary Clinton is a progressive. And although she certainly would not have been the disaster that is The One, she still is -- and would have been -- bad for this country.

Via Memeorandum.


  1. The fact that 2/3rds of Americans still haven't learned their lesson and would go from Hard Marxist to soft Marxist enhances my belief that Americans are just too stupid to vote. Given this mentality, are they going to vote this evil buffoon a 2nd term? He's so bad you would think to b*tch slap me for asking the question, but a 2/3rd popularity of the white chocolate that is Hilary Clinton who nothing more than a white Michelle Obama tells me people just don't have a clue. That they'll continue to think that "the right person" still hasn't been put in charge of the utopian socialist society yet. Since they still believe in one, they'll still continue to vote for the illusionary society and be stymied that things continue to slide into maltopia.

  2. Great comment, Madmath, your thoughts echo mine 100%.

    Hey Samuel! Thanks for dropping by... hopefully you'll see more consistency from me here. See that Clifton is up and running too?


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