Home Blog Post Fishwrap Frid... Blog Post Fishwrap Friday By Larry-Lambert - March 6, 2015 141 14 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp More on the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal. Now, a word from Barack Obama Winston Churchill meets Barack Obama RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Blog Post Book Review: Liberty Fact... Blog Post Russian Surface Warships Blog Post Mish Mash 14 COMMENTS It's still hard to wrap my head around the fact that there are tens of millions of Americans who still believe that Hillary Clinton never lies about anything and is presidential material, when also in fact she lies about everything and is not qualified to run even a successful lemonade stand much less the U.S. What an enormous divide. Maybe hundreds of millions… low information voters who listen to NPR or don't listen to anything at all, welfare queens and womyn who feel that Hillary will end their oppression. Some people would rush to stand outside in a comet shower. I've done that myself. Don't be a hater. Yes she is "Special". You know, like in SLA's Church Lady's definition of "Special." Hundreds of millions…what an enormously depressing thought – that maybe close to half of all Americans are total cretins. And most likely all of these cretins think that the other half of Americans are cretins. Aaargh. Dana Carvey's "Church Lady" has WAY more on the ball than HRC. I would vote for CL over HRC any day of the week, pursed prune lips and all. Love that last one! 🙂 I hate to say it, but I think the Episcopal Church is banking on getting the womyn and the queens to fill their empty pews! Come to think of it, that sounds a bit rude. Then again, so is Hillary. HAHAHA It's historic. Wow. Did ja see Brian Williams standing behind Winnie? That's right before a German threw a grenade at Churchill and Williams threw himself on it — winning the Victoria Cross. You have to take your contributors/donors where you find them, I guess. However, Welfare Queens are likely to drain the fat Episcopal bank account even further because it's their pattern to take from the plate when it's passed, not add to it. Comments are closed.