Amy Chozick, a journalist for the New York Times was put on notice by Hillary supporters of thirteen words she can’t use in referring to Hillary Clinton.
Her rationale needs serious consideration.
Chozick says that “polarizing, calculating, disingenuous, insecure, ambitious, inevitable, entitled, overconfident, secretive, will do anything to win, represents the past and out of touch” are just a few of the words that should not be used when referring to Hillary Clinton.
We could use dead broke feminist, lawyer, hanger-on to Bill Clinton turned girlfriend, deceitful, steeped in sleaze, felon, Communist, Socialist, ruthless, pantsuit-wearing, Saul Alinskyesque, power-hungry, architect of Obama’s foreign policy, intolerant, Benghazi, Muslim Caliphate, forgot to answer the phone at 3 am, “What difference does it make?!,” traitorous sellout, and the dreaded housewife!
In giving real life to Tammy Wynette’s Stand by Your Man, Hillary gave us the famous term “right-wing conspiracy,” knowing that her hubby was one of the biggest sexual harassers on the planet. Hillary had to save Bill at all cost, even if it meant kicking women to the curb. Because saving Bill meant saving Hill.
The political world is full of potholes, each one capable of taking a wheel off Hillary’s wagon. Without her fake war, Hillary offers nothing, and thus will not be the first woman president of the United States and leader of the free world.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
Not only does Hillary have the ghosts of Clintons’ pasts, she has specters of her own.
Hillary will be continually peppered by questions about the 32,000 emails she shredded, as well as the server she had cleaned. Nixon was torpedoes for a lot less. Ironically, as an attorney, Hillary worked on the Watergate case. The bigger irony may be that the Ghost of Nixon has returned to haunt her.
The woman who wants to be king may find herself burning at the stake of feminism soon.