Barbara Walters Asks Hillary If She’s Too Fat To Be President

Posted by on Dec 14, 2012 at 8:26 am
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Oh, sorry, she didn’t ask that of her. Only the fat guy. Instead, Mrs. Clinton got hard-hitting questions about her hair.

Gee, as if that’s never been a topic of discussion, oh, about 20 years ago.

In her segment with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, for instance, Walters spends the interview needling him on getting his own supporters mad for his embrace of President Obama, whose response to Hurricane Sandy sent the Governor into loving rhetoric just before the late election. Walters also brought up the important issue of Christie’s weight wondering if he was too fat to be a successful politician.

Calling her, “One of the most acclaimed Secretaries of State in modern history” in her interview with Hillary, Walters skipped all those tough questions about Benghazi and instead star gazed into Hillary’s eyes and asked if she’ll run for president.

What was another one of Walters’ important questions to Hillary? “Your hair,” Walters said, before launching into and important, in depth discussion about Hillary’s coif. No, really.

She’s been in public view over 20 years and to this day we cannot recall a single difficult question she’s ever been asked. Heck, recall that charade of a “listening tour” back before she was handed the Senate seat in New York. No questions for her, folks, she’s just here to listen. Really, would any man have been granted such protection? Would a Republican women been given such a free pass?

You know the answer.

You can watch this sycophantic drivel here if you feel like vomiting. How bad was it?  Even token MSNBC affirmative action host Toure found it embarrassing. When Toure is questioning your credibility you pretty much have none.

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4 Responses to “Barbara Walters Asks Hillary If She’s Too Fat To Be President”

  1. gastorgrab on 14/14/12 at 9:12 am

    Well, the most important trait a president can have is ‘present-a-bility’. They must love the camera, and the camera must love them.

    That’s the secret of the current President’s success. Nothing else matters; not lying, cheating, stealing, or murdering. All will be forgiven if the candidate has ‘Star Power’.

  2. CoquimboJoe on 14/14/12 at 10:07 am

    Honest question: what accomplishments are there? Being elected doesn’t really count.

  3. Bias on 14/14/12 at 10:12 am

    The media is our enemy.

    Don’t accept it any more.

    Boycott, fight, take over, replace the media.

    Or be destroyed.

  4. MT Geoff on 14/14/12 at 11:22 am

    Hillary Clinton was born in 1947. By 2016, she’d be campaigning as a 68-year-old, nearly 69. Granted anything can happen, that’s awfully long in the tooth for any Presidential candidate. I doubt the Dems will be interested in nominating her.
    It’s scary to think who the Dems may nominate. Rep Wasserman Schultz is at least a possibility. Andrew Cuomo. The Dem leadership in the prime presidential age range are all people who might work to govern left of His Hopeful Changeness and that’s an ugly thought.
    The media have treated HRC as if she were the First Lady even when she was running for office or “serving” as Secretary of State (I consider her tenure a disservice). If she runs for President, they’ll treat her as they do Michelle Obama, not even as aggressively as they treated Barack Obama.