Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton Nominated for Tipperary Peace Prize
Posted on 12/10/2012 10:47:07 AM PST by Olog-hai
Outgoing Secretary of State Hillary has been nominated for this years Tipperary International Peace Award.
Previous winners of the prestigious Irish prize include former South African President Nelson Mandela, former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, and former President Bill Clinton.
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It’s a long way to Tipperary...
As Secretary of State, Hillary ranks right down at the bottom with the other incompetent females who preceeded her; Madeleine Albright and Condoleezza Rice.
All three were totally worthless, incompetent, politcally correct appointees with no historically significant positive accomplishments at all.
If this woman, who is responsible for the murder/suicide of Vince Foster, can join the likes of mass-murderer Nelson Mandela, then I say she’s in good company. Must be a real class prize to give to someone like Hitlery . . . a liar, perjurer, thief, and accomplice to murder, etc.
Looks like in 2009 the award was shared, one of the two of the recipients having committed at least negligent Homicide of a young woman, and the other part of the same crime family.
I wonder if she won because of the war in Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Israel, Gaza or Egypt.
I know..... I know...
Pardon Monday laffer...
Wow, that’s even better than the “Most booze consumed on an USAF Jet Award”.
From the list of names of those who have received this prize, I would consider it an honor NOT to receive it.
Don’t keep Colon Powell off that list because he is a male.
Never heard of it. I seriously doubt Hitlery is about peace. She is about total power.
I read the title too fast — thought it had something to do with Tipper Gore!
It will go on the mantle right between the Rode Hard and Put Away Wet Award and the 40 Miles of Bad Road Prize.
It’s the 1930’s and a member of the New York explorers club is hunting for rare animals in darkest Africa.
He comes across the strangest looking beast he has ever seen. It’s a quarter part elephant, a quarter monkey, a quarter hippo and a quarter tiger and with a very sweet disposition.
They cage it and ship it to New York to the explorers club where he exhibits the creature that he calls a “Rarey” and gives a talk on it before the members.
Over a short period of time he notices that the Rarey is growing extremely fast and is soon too large to keep in a cage. The Great White Hunter, also president of the club decides to return it to its home in Africa because there is not enough food around to keep it alive.
So he ships it back to Africa by steamer boat.
He transports it on the backs of porters across the savannah, to the verge of the jungle.
The safari party slash vines and jungle grasses, until they reach the base of Mount Kilimanjaro.
They scale the mountain, fighting altitude sickness, until they reach the edge of a tall cliff.
The GWH and the Rarey both look over the edge, knowing that the Rarey, unable to survive, must go over the edge to his death.
The explorer says “Good bye old friend, I will miss you”.
To his surprise the Rarey speaks for the first time.
It looks down over the steep cliff and sings, “It’s a long way to Tip a Rarey”.
Somehow I saw this one coming...