Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton delivers Christmas presents at taxpayer expense [TV ad]
Posted on 12/19/2007 5:07:46 PM PST by Brilliant
Third commercial down.
How about "universal post decanting."
She’s playing to the libs. When the general election begins, you won’t hear anything like this, unless the GOP chooses to run the ad.
Our schools are already trash. She’s going to heap another $500 billion onto the expense. She’s not going to be able to get it out of the taxpayer’s hyde. She’s going to have to cut primary education spending to free up the money.
Buying votes from fools who think they’re getting something for nothing. The Democrats and their voters are a collection of idiots.
The $500 billion will go into the pockets of education “experts”, bureaucrats, administrators, and teachers. And our kids will keep getting an education that leaves them stupid. What we really need is a rebellion against useless government spending.
That was some spooky/creepy stuff y’all.
I can’t WAIT for the You-Tube parodies.
“Oh yes! Here’s the box of Cigars for Bill... “
I do have a question, though... Won’t all these Christmas ads offend their supporters?
OMG!!! OMG!!!! UNIVERSAL PRE-K??? The Govt will YANK your TINY children out of your homes!!
Vote Hillary, she’s the only candidate with enough b*lls to tell you up front she intends to take your stuff away and give it to someone more deserving.
Another name for Hitlery’s Youth.
Great I’d like to give you all a Christmas present this year just send me the money to do so-(sarc)
She disgusts me!
Is Hillary giving "gifts" to all these ideas? What does one give to Alternate Energy and Universal Pre-K?
Sorry, Hillary!, but in my family we put the names of the recipients on the boxes, not what's inside. Or does her "Methodist" upbringing do things differently? Whoever thought this up has a strange view of gift giving.
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