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Thursday, December 21, 2006

HNN: Hillary News Network™© (or: What's MrsSatan Up To Now?)

Oh, that Hillary Clinton MrsSatan. She's turning up more than jock itch in a locker room these days, isn't she? She just can't seem to escape from the press, cameras and the microphones. You don't suppose she's actively seeking the MSM out, do you? Why ... that's so unlike her.

MrsSatan Flip-Flops on her vote, voting for the Iraq War:

    [appearing] on NBC's "Today" show, saying, "Obviously, if we knew then what we know now, there wouldn't have been a vote," she said in her usual refrain before adding, "and I certainly wouldn't have voted that way."

Appearing on "The View", it seems co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked the ultimate question that seemed to trip MrsSatan up a bit:

    Hasselbeck: "So if you pull out too early, will that create more chaos?"

    Clinton: "That’s right. Well, the, but, but the issue is, how do we get the Iraqis to start taking responsibility for themselves?"

Oh, so MrsSatan agrees chaos will be a result if the Troops are withdrawn early. Well, let's see if any other members of the Press follow-up with her on that answer.

I can only imagine:

The Dead Peter Jennings: "MrsSatan, you agreed that pulling the Troops out early will result in chaos. What do you plan to do so that isn't the case?"

"Homina, Homina, Homina, Homina, Homina, Homina."

And National Pubic Radio seems to believe that it's time for a woman in the White House because...well, because....well, not for any reason, mind you -- why -- it's just time for a woman in the White House.

I really like some of her quotes that are Collected Here:

    “We just can’t trust the American people to make these types of decisions. …Government has to make these choices for people.” —Hillary Clinton circa 1993, speaking to Rep. Dennis Hastert on the issue of who should control the allocation of money in her health care reform plan.

    “I believe in evil, and I think that there are evil people in the world.” —Hillary Clinton, in 1993, stating her opinion not of the terrorists who had just bombed the World Trade Center, but of those who opposed her health care reform plan.

    “The unfettered free market has been the most radically disruptive force in American life in the last generation."

    “We can’t afford to have that money go to the private sector. The money has to go to the federal government because the federal government will spend that money better than the private sector will spend it.” —First Lady Hillary Clinton, in 1993, regarding health care reform.

    “I pledge allegiance to the America that can be.”Hillary Clinton, reluctant to say the Pledge of Allegiance, according to Chris Matthews.

Yeah, MrsSatan is just the person for the White House in 2008 - ain't she?

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