Quote of the day—Kyle Smith

Clinton seeks to present herself as the most forceful opponent of the Trump administration. Should the president be impeached, she’ll be able to say: Hey, I called it! But she isn’t leading the national conversation, she’s mouthing along with it, like any other retiree talking back to cable news at home. Even if the Trump administration proves to be the catastrophe she foresees, there is no reason the Democrats would turn back to her for a third run. Every time she draws attention to the Trumpian flaws that were conspicuous to all during the campaign, she doesn’t hear the obvious rejoinder echoing in every American’s mind: Then why couldn’t you trounce him?

Kyle Smith
May 31, 2017
Has-Been Hillary
[Most people know the answer. Clinton’s flaws were worse than those of Trump. Just one data point  to consider in this regard is that if we had equality before the law she would be in jail for the rest of her life.—Joe]

6 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Kyle Smith

  1. True. Then again, some Democrats seem to think that if they can remove Trump somehow, they’ll be able to install Hillary in his place. For example, that’s how I read Maxine “muddy” Waters’s statement that “we can’t wait until 2020 to replace Trump”. I interpret that as “we need a Dem. president but we can’t wait until the elections for that to happen”. I wonder if she’s thinking about revolution along the lines of what some Eastern European countries had in the past decade.

    • I’m curious how she intends to get past the order of succession to a special election with only one candidate.

      • Well, if you can un-do the results of an election, then why stop there? Pretty much anything goes at that point.

        They want their communist revolution. They always have. It’s just a matter of when.

      • WW, she just ignores that minor little problem. That’s why I said she was probably thinking about revolution, not lawful succession. As I mentioned before, when the left does stuff like that they tend to forget that they aren’t the ones who own all the guns here.

  2. There are some powerful questions that smart people should ask / consider in times of change of fear.
    How?
    Then what?
    Compared to what?
    At what cost?

    Max Scene Waters cannot understand those questions, let alone answer them competently. She’s one of those people for whom the cloud labeled “something magical happens” at every middle step of the cartoon thought process.

    I don’t know who she owes her seat too, but the voters of her district should be embarrassed by their choice as much as WA is about our senators.

  3. There are some powerful questions that smart people should ask / consider in times of change and fear.
    How?
    Then what?
    Compared to what?
    At what cost?

    Max Scene Waters cannot understand those questions, let alone answer them competently. She’s one of those people for whom the cloud labeled “something magical happens” at every middle step of the cartoon thought process.

    I don’t know who she owes her seat too, but the voters of her district should be embarrassed by their choice as much as WA is about our senators.

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