Confused Grandmother: ‘The political heat that is directed at me is kind of a strange form of respect and even flattery’

Posted by on Jun 15, 2015 at 6:36 am
Hillary Rodham Clinton

Oh yes, justifiable criticism of a secretive, possibly felonious Democrat is all about respect and flattery. Yeah, that’s it, Grandma. On the other hand, we guess we need to respect someone for granting a 20-minute interview two months into a campaign.

As for those who suggest there’s “Clinton fatigue” in the country, Clinton countered that she senses “energy” moving in her direction.

“I think a lot of the political heat that is directed at me is kind of a strange form of respect and even flattery, you know, because if they weren’t so concerned about me, they’d leave me alone,” Clinton said, laughing. “But they get up every day, you know, worried that the case I’m making will break through.”

Oh sure, this woman who’s running for the most powerful job on the planet should be left alone, otherwise we’re giving her a strange for of respect, or something.

Clinton spoke for more than 20 minutes with Radio Iowa, answering a range of questions on policy and the conduct of her campaign. Clinton addressed her husband’s criticism of the Iowa Caucuses after she finished third here in 2008. Bill Clinton called the Caucuses undemocratic — but today Hillary Clinton praised changes the Iowa Democratic Party has made that may allow shift workers and soldiers on active to participate in the February 1st Caucuses.

Seems like there must be a lot of conflict in the Clinton family since she’s always disagreeing with her husband. Not just her husband, but apparently she’d like to see her son-in-law suffer.

While many of you are working multiple jobs to make ends meet, you see the top-25 hedge fund managers making more than all of America’s kindergarten teachers combined. And, often paying a lower tax rate.

So, you have to wonder: “When does my hard work pay off? When does my family get ahead?” “When?”

I say now.

Weird how she forgets what her son-in-law does for a living:

Or that she attends fundraisers with them:

Or her biggest supporters are, wait for it, hedge fund managers:

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