Skip to comments.Caption Hillary at Parliament in Wellington
Posted on 11/16/2010 11:21:50 AM PST by Lucky9teen
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hongis with Maori elder Lewis Moeau during the Maori welcome (Powhiri) on her arrival at Parliament in Wellington, November 4, 2010.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd R) receives a traditional Maori challenge of picking up a feather off the ground during a Maori welcome (Powhiri) as she arrives at Parliament in Wellington November 4, 2010. A male delegate of Clinton's party picked up the challenge on her behalf, as women were not permitted to do so.
Yeah. No complaints about sexism .... Unless she sees a US Marine trying to do his job. Or a sailor trying to work in a sunbmarine.
"Yes, Mrs. Clinton, his skirt is on backwards but as you can see, he likes you."
Nice tan lines. He must have worn a one-piece this summer.
Hilary's expression in this photo is priceless.
I’d rather head butt the Hildebeast than the Wookie.
Wishing for Huma....
The Wookie’s Klingon forehead would go through you like a 25lb hailstone!
I think the guy has a good idea.
"Madame Secretary, being impaled only hurts for a minute."
Bull: "This isn't how we inspected visitors on 'Night Court!'
Doctor: "Dear Lord, Madam -- what on earth happened?"
Ms. Moeau: "I dunno, Doctor... it started out this morning as a zit on my forehead!"
The U.S. made their biggest mistake when they didn’t elect Hillary for president. Whichever leftist ideas she might have had in her youth are now probably just a distant memory. She’s one powerful woman driven to prove it to the people around her. With that woman at the helm America would be one badass nation outmaneuvering others. No one on the international stage would diss mama Clinton like they do soft Obama. Maybe once but definitely not twice.
McCain was too weak, Palin too incompetent and weak, Obama is an ideologic talker. Hillary could have been Americas Catherine the Great.
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