Skip to comments.Hillary Rodham’s first brush with fame (My title)
Posted on 08/26/2006 2:40:48 AM PDT by ThreePuttinDude
Hillary Rodhams first brush with fame came about in 1963, when she was elected Vice-President of her Junior Class at Maine East High School in Park Ridge, Illinois. The following year, she was the first girl to ever run for the office of President of Student Council. She did not even make it through the Primary vote to the general election, which was ultimately won by the captain of the football team. To this day, she looks at her failure as a learning experience: I was just ahead of my time. I was a militant feminist when the political climate really called for dumb jocks.
The next fall, Hillary began classes at Wellesley College, where she was a well-known student, who was very vocal about her stance on the issues. She was elected president of student government in 1968. While in office, she worked hard to implement a new system for returning library books. She also hoped that the school would adopt pass-fail grading, and cutting back on the course requirements. The school declined, saying that if getting an education was meant to be that easy, everyone would go to Vassar.
Rodhams proudest moment came about when she was a winner on the TV game show College Bowl. Hillarys words and wisdom had become such an inspiration to her fellow students, that in 1969, she was the first student speaker at commencement. She was called upon to speak after Republican Senator Edward Brooke had finihsed. Hillary put aside her prepared speech and delivered a scathing rebuttal to the points the Senator just made. She gained national attention by having her speech published in Life Magazine. The article was part of a series entitled The Ten Ballsiest Broads in America Today.
Hillary, the gift that keeps on taking....
The young man who made an honest woman of Hillary.
Just like the Huxtables.
Except this marriage is obviously a sham.
Hill's being pushed by the MSM. Cover of Time, etc. We'd have heard about her favorite cookie recipe, too, but John Michael Karr pushed Her Thighness off the front page.
1.) a rack,
3.)and good legs,
she would really have been something.
HA HA HA, that was spoken like a true Chitown boy....are you??
Once again, a white Democrat gains fame by attacking a black man.
Dang, you're right.
I glossed right over that one...great catch
You can bet Hillary was well aware of that fact.
"She also championed installation of stand up urinals in the womens restrooms which won her great approval by her closest friends" (/snort)
I don't recall the Huxtables every having has anyone like Vince Foster in their family history.I also don't recall Dr Huxtable ever having had plausible charges of rape made against him.
Other than that,and the fact that no inmate in a Federal prison ever had volunteered to "roll over one more time" for Mrs H,I guess they're exactly the same.
I would love to read that "scathing rebuttal" she made to Senator Brooke. I suspect it was delivered in the childish, emotional manner that one would expect from Hilary in 1969. Anytime she moves away from her "prepared" notes, it's a disaster.
She met with Lament yesterday, BTW. Anyone seen any pics?
And she has been dumbing down everything she touched ever since.
amazing. robots would go 90% democrAtic if MLK was running.
A new system for returning library books?
Huh? You finish the book and take it to the counter or use the night drop if it's after hours. This needs a new system?
BTW, the little family reminds me of the Jeffersons more than the Huxtables. Movin' on up....
robots would go 90% democrAtic if MLK was running as a Republican.
She has had a full life. That's why she keeps saying, "I am sick and tired of..." Who needs an official who is sick and tired?
Can anybody say Tracy Flick?
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