Skip to comments.Hillary Is just not "likable enough"! (Captain Obvious vanity)
Posted on 06/12/2014 9:07:56 PM PDT by ReaganÜberAlles
This woman just plain isn't likable enough. I've been watching elections for 54 years and the people will not vote in somebody they can't "warm up" to. I really just can't see it. Giving her every benefit of the doubt I just can't see it.
Maybe I'm just too biased but she just comes across as a phony, with an underlying, seething anger she tries to cover over. She should have won in 2008 but for that personality of hers.
Anyone else get that vibe from her?
Quoting one of the Amazon reviewers of her new book:
“Acquired this steaming load of tightly coiled excrement from a friend who warned me of its content but as the fool I am, I read it anyway . well, as far as I could get before my digestive tract rebelled in an excellent demonstration of sympathetic nervous system functioning.”
So no, it’s not just you ;-)
You have Hillary/Obama care.
Failed Middle East policies.
Failed economic policies.
Lied about her husband blaming a right wing conspiracy.
Took 1000 and robbed some others through brokers to make 100k in cattle futures.
War against women she attacked who were already victims of her husband.
All the people that died mysteriously around Hillary and Bill.
No accomplishments to speak of and now the Democrats current failure with Veterans, immigration and the Iraq invasion in reverse.
That’s why she lost a primary to an unknown community organizer whose only real job in his life was scooping ice cream one summer.
just told my wife this morning that i thought she was the most unlikeable politician i’ve ever seen. a creation of the feminist media
10. Thou shalt not covet.
Uh, yeah! She’s a vicious black hearted creep with a history of dismal failures.
What could ever go wrong?
Yup. Here she is today attacking the liberals’ beloved Terry Gross, interviewer extraordinaire, on NPRs Fresh Air. Terry is trying to clarify if she always secretly supported gay marriage, or if she changed her mind recently. She responds to a statement of Hillary’s by noting which of these mutually exclusive possibilities it represents (that she changed her mind):
HRC: “You know, I really - I have to say - I think you are...um, being very persistent, but you are playing with my words and playing with what is such...
Talking over each other:
HRC: “...an important issue...”
TG: “I’m just trying to clarify so that I can understand...”
HRC: “Noooo, I don’t think you are trying to clarify, I think you’re trying to say that, you know, I used to be opposed, and now I am in favor, and I did it for political reasons, and that’s just flat wrong, so let me just state what I feel like you are implying, and repudiate it. I have a strong record; I have a great commitment to this issue, and I am proud of what I’ve done and of the progress we’re making.”
You completely described, exactly how I see her.
The thing to remember is, democrats see her another way. That is something to remember, when you’re talking about Sarah Palin.
Meant as: Keep Palin active, and on call.
She is the most effective anti-Hillary we have.
There used to be a lot more Hillary fans out there, but most of them have died-off.
Ewwwww, that photo gives me the creeps.
Bill Clinton - “Hillary has eaten more ***** than I have”
Unliked by real men and older heterosexual women. Adored by younger women who practice switch-hitting and want careers instead of marriage. It's a new world and it's hard to predict the election outcome I think.
I listened to part of this interview, and the impression I came away with on the gay issue is this. Like many people she was not that aware of it years ago, but as it has become more publicised has formed opinions like many of us have.
“whose only real job in his life was scooping ice cream one summer.”
And who when his boss wasn’t around gave free ice-cream to his friends.
Not to mention
How do you respect some woman that has been cheated on more than a blind woman playing Scrabble with Gypsies, and still sticks around in spite of the public humiliation
No even WORSE. Hillary KNEW what a lying scuzzball Bill was and instead ATTACKED women he raped/forced himself on as part of some VRWC.
Juanita Broadrick and Kathleen Willey were not, and are not republicans.
In fact, they're hard core democrats. STILL.
Cheating? You’re assuming Hillary gives a flip. Sure it’s an open marriage or Bill is Hillary’s beard (merkin).
The thing about Hillary is she comes across as scheming and sleazy. Her speeches are shrill and annoying. She’s more like the nagging bitch at work nobody likes than a Thatcher leader-type.
A bitch on wheels
Your comment regarding women not liking Sarah because she’s attractive hit a note with me. I was moved to a different office at work 8 months ago. There are 3 females who basically ignore/exclude me. The one was friendly at first but I think her bully best friend there influenced her NOT to be or something. I don’t understand why I’m not accepted but I mentioned it to a male co-worker and he told me I’m a good person and not to worry, that it’s just because I’m prettier than they are. Got me to thinking how it seems women are friendly to other women who are attractive but slutty/outgoing/sarcastic but they seem to despise the ones who are quiet, conservative, and “nice.”
Her campaign was the main reason that Obama was elected.
She is “America’s ex-wife”.
By that criteria she doesn't have to be all that likable. She just had to be more likable than her Republican opponent.
This woman is JUST PLAIN HAGGARDLY, and a bitch to boot!!!!!!!
Excellent point. I've been waiting for Rush to make this point.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.