By Rodney Lee Conover
The possibility that Hillary Clinton may have brain damage from a blood clot (suggested by Karl Rove) and that this might disqualify her to be President is quickly becoming a topic making the rounds. So of course they self-righteously are slamming back: “No fair!”
And the predictable: “That is so sexist!”
Some background: by Rodney Lee Conover –
Rove was quoted in the New York Post’s Page Six as saying that Hillary Clinton might be brain-damaged after her illness with a virus, a fall, concussion and blood clot between her brain and skull at the end of 2012.
Hah – don’t you love it? I don’t mean that she might have serious implications from a brain clot, I mean that Hillary Clinton is going to have her cranium called into question every time she stutters, stammers, trips, or just has pause to think for a moment over the next two years.
It’s going to be great.
Mark my words, if she were a man this would already be fodder for late-night monologues, so enough with the girlie defense, Ms. Rodham – you’re being treated gingerly because you’re a woman, trust me.
Before you start feeling sorry for her – remember Hillary deserves it for all the nastiness the Clinton’s and their mob have insidiously doled out over the past twenty-odd years. They had no problem saying McCain was old and Barack Obama was a black Muslim born in Kenya. These evil jerks invented the War on Women, so walk it off.
Over the next two years there will be eyebrows lifted, snarky comments on talk radio, slightly-veiled retard jokes and snappy come-backs on political shows whenever Hillary Clinton is involved in the slightest misstep. Oh, the care she’ll have to take when being interviewed – but don’t stop and think too much, Ms. Clinton. Remember Rick Perry’s brain freeze: It’s over, baby.
“What difference does it make?” A bunch, my friend and as myself and everyone else piles on candidate Rodham Clinton; I think it can be expressed best in the words of Bricktop: “You are on thin frickin’ ice, my pedigree chum, and I shall be under it when it breaks.”
I’m one of the many conservatives that, let’s just say, don’t appreciate Karly Rove. Wait – what am I saying – I can’t stand him. When I see him on TV, which is every 35 seconds, I turn the channel. He was wrong on the Reagan Revolution, he was wrong in 2010, 2012 and he’s wrong now. Why anybody would trust him with money is beyond me.
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