Skip to comments.Chelsea Clinton On Sandra Fluke: “We Both Have Been Attacked By Rush Limbaugh”
Posted on 03/29/2012 11:13:40 AM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
For a while there, we thought people had finally stopped talking about conservative radio host Rush Limbaughs unnecessary verbal attack on Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke and then we were brought back to reality. Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton revived discussion on the matter during a Wednesday conference at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan, where she introduced Fluke and said the two of them both had the unique misfortune of being made fun of by Limbaugh.
She and I have something in common. We both have been attacked by Rush Limbaugh. She was 30, I was 13, Clinton said before Fluke entered the room to massive applause, according to BuzzFeed. What an awesome way to connect with someone, huh?
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Two liberal morons (useful idiots).
Lying comes so naturally to these people.
Try as she might, the Clinton daughter is talentless, classless and clueless. Not only does she know nothing, she suspects nothing.
Yeah? You shoulda’ had some liberal, slime-bag a$$-hole ‘writer’ move in next to your parents’ home in an attempt to monitor every family move and write a continuing trumped-up lie in an effort to slander your Mother first, then every single member of your family. This, in an effort to further the interests of the Soros Presidential-handling Experiment. Try being one of the Palin family, Mizzzz Clinton.
Awwwww... she speaks.
Missing out on all that victimhood, Chelsea?
Well, you are both lying, unattractive whores, so I’m OK with that.
And she's not particularly easy on the eyes, either.
Chelsea also shares something with Caroline Kennedy; they are both stupid.
Who could ever forget McCain’s embarrassing Chelsea “joke”. First time I realized the man was insane.
Wasn’t Monica 19 at the time? How old was Bristol Palin? Trigg? Willow?
Cry me a river, Chelsea.
"White House dog".
I got news for you honey. Women in their twenties at the time were saying much, much worse about you.
I was shocked at my classmates in b-school back then. (Not that I wasn't silently agreeing with them to an extent, but the viciousness of the women took me quite aback.)
It must be tough going through life loooking like Alfred E. Neuman. “What, me worry?”
“Who does she think she is, Chelsea Clinton?”
She might be the result of a one night hookup with Hillary and the Joker...
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