Hillary Watch 2016 – We Read, We Report, So You Can Ignore: ‘Be Afraid, be very afraid.’
February 4, 2013 - 9:54 am
Our new series, Hillary Watch 2016, chugs right along with this piece written by Lloyd Green in The Daily Beast:
Here is the bold subhead:
Hillary Clinton’s polling ahead of GOP challengers in Texas and Kentucky. And then there’s the youth vote, minorities, women, and the white working class. She’s the one to beat in 2016, writes Lloyd Green, former opposition research counsel to the George H.W. Bush campaign.
Then the piece begins with this line:
Message to the Republican Party: be afraid, be very afraid.
To save you from having to read the entire piece (the mission of Hillary Watch 2016) here is my favorite line:
Unlike her husband, Hillary is personally disciplined. Unlike Barack Obama, she has demonstrated an ability to connect with beer-track voters across the country.
All you series readers have just learned something very important – “beer-track voters” are the new swing demographic. Who knew?
Now, recall in the second installment of Hillary Watch 2016 after featuring a Newsweek/Daily Beast “cover” proclaiming Hillary, “The most powerful woman in American history, I wrote:
All this slobbering leads one to conclude that Newsweek/Daily Beast, Editor-in- Chief, Tina Brown is gunning for U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom in a Hillary administration, one that no doubt, Ms. Brown will do everything in her power to ensure comes to fruition.
Do these two pieces within days of each other signal that I have uncovered a grand plan? If so, it is pretty shrewd of Ms. Brown to have found a Republican willing to assist in her quest for a future post in the Court of St. James.
But just you wait, for all this slobbering and drooling is only going to get worse, much worse.
So may I suggest bibs? How about official Hillary 2016 bibs with HRC embossed in royal gold lettering?
This fashion accessory will be desperately needed to keep Democrat’s designer duds from getting stained at fundraising and media events in the years ahead.