These people have no earthly idea what they’re seeing when they look at
her. This is like being able to see through to the drooling alien
mesmerizing children from inside the Santa-suit.
I’d have to chalk that up as one of the most apt descriptions of what I perceive about her.
I’m still pretty skeptical about her being able to win; but then again, it’s difficult to predict anything in this upside-down, politicized world — a world where second-hand smoke, for instance, is widely believed to be more dangerous and risky than actually smoking. …A world where, for instance, organized groups of whiny people are seen to have a greater moral claim on a company’s affairs than that company’s own customers, employees, officers, directors, and shareholders put together.
I’ve long said that when the day comes that America elects a woman to be president, it will be a Margaret Thatcher type — someone clearly conservative and uncompromising, and not just for politics’ sake, but because that’s what she is in her bones. Then again, worlds change.
Of course, as a fall back, her opponents can just make sure that there’s lots of sound clips of Hillary being indignant in that loud, shrill, monotone voice she does — kinda like your worst nightmare of a nagging, domineering wife. I don’t know about you, but that always just sends shivers of fear and loathing down my spine.