Hillary Still Ain't Over It

I'm trying to remember a failed presidential candidate before now who made a second career out of whining about losing an election. Sure, Al Gore cried into his Hostess snack cakes for a while after his devastating loss, but then he found much greater success by appointing himself President of the Environment. John Kerry managed to weasel his way into an office for which he was even less suited than his predecessor. John McCain went back to the Senate. And Mitt Romney has had to settle for being incredibly rich and absolutely right about everything he said during the 2012 campaign.

They all moved on with their lives. They all stopped mewling like a baby who didn't get a cookie before bed. But not Hillary Clinton. The first female major party candidate is also the first to make a job out of losing. She still hasn't forgiven you, America, for rejecting her.

She spoke at the DNC Women's Leadership Forum this weekend, because of course she did. And she said something truly remarkable.  Nicole Sganga, CBS News:

"We stand for truth, for evidence and facts. What an incredible thing!" Clinton exclaimed, in what may have been a lighthearted jab at an administration. Clinton continued, "We have kind of an affection for evidence. We think it should inform our policies, because they'll actually work better," she declared, prompting modest laughter from the female-dominated audience.

Yes, this should be modestly amusing to anyone with even a passing familiarity with Hillary's history of public statements. What's next, is Bill going to preach to us about chastity?

Hillary has always lied like it's her job. Now, her job is lying about all her lying.

Then there was this, also over the weekend:

Ain't that cute? See, the idea is that she lost the election due to her old pals in Russia -- remember that Reset button? -- and not because she was an awful candidate.

But wait, she's not done yet. Joseph Weber, Fox News:

Hillary Clinton will receive Harvard’s prestigious Radcliffe Medal for her “transformative impact on society,” according to the Ivy League university...

Organizers at Harvard say Clinton was chosen for the award because she’s a “champion for human rights,” a “skilled legislator” and “an advocate of American leadership” on the world stage.

More importantly, she has a vagina, and she stayed with her serially unfaithful husband for political reasons. This award is for everybody who's ever asked her, "Whaddaya want, a medal?"

It's hardly the first time a politician has been given an award just for existing. Obama got a Nobel Peace Prize in his first few months in office, before he'd even done anything. So he beat Hillary. Again.

Claiming that Hillary Clinton’s candidacy was a step forward for women is like claiming that Donald Trump’s candidacy was a step forward for men. Come on, ladies: You couldn’t find somebody better to represent you? Anybody?

What has she ever accomplished, really? "Senator" and "Secretary of State" are job titles, not accomplishments. Every job she's ever had was either a perk of being married to a skilled politician, a way of keeping her busy so she couldn't cause more trouble, or both. She's never excelled at anything she's done. All she ever accomplished was padding out her resume for the job she always wanted. And she makes even a RINO cuck traitor like me relieved she didn't get it. She's nothing but a parasite, a drain on society.

She's the gift that keeps on taking.

Hillary's loss is a relief for a lot of reasons, but probably the most important one is that America's first female president might actually be worthy of the job. Whoever ends up making history might also be a good leader. Hell, maybe even a good person. We might not be ashamed to elect her to represent her country and her gender.

I can think of at least one suitable candidate!

Nikki Haley