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Hillary Pilloried!

We watched this live last Saturday night and loved it.  Please enjoy this nice visual addition to Dan’s post from last night about Queen Hillary.

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Chris Matthews: “Does Obama have the experience to be President?” 

Hillary laughing:  “Oh-ho-ho, heavens to mergatroid!  I’m not going to comment on that.  As to his experience and hatred of women, the voters will have to decide.”

CM:  “You think he hates women?”

Hillary:  “Well, Chris I think the fact that knowing that I’m running for President he would deliberately form an exploratory committee to run himself in the same election when he has to know he’d be running against me… well, I mean…Jiminy Cricket!….at the very least it shows a certain lack of respect for women.”

Hilarious!  I’m wondering if the SNL opening skit is one of America’s leading political indicators….The Hillary Backlash.

-Bruce (GayPatriot)

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11 Comments

  1. The funny part about this sketch is that the left-wing writers at SNL are basically admitting that the right has been right about Hillary since 1992. Her critics (self included) have always seen her as power-hungry, phony, vain, evasive, profane, unethical, and controlling. And her apologists on the left would always whine that anyone who criticized Hillary was just beating up on her just because we were afraid of “powerful women.” (And then they would call Michelle Malkin a racist whore and Ann Coulter a Nazi.)

    Comment by V the K — January 23, 2007 @ 8:14 am - January 23, 2007

  2. I certainly don’t have anything against powerful women. Especially great ones like Margaret Thatcher, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Condi Rice and Kay Bailey Hutchison.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — January 23, 2007 @ 3:37 pm - January 23, 2007

  3. I wonder why liberals think conservatives don’t want women leaders, when, the female leaders of the world are nearly always members of a conservative political party.

    But then again, it’s just an observation. I sort of hoped Bush would have appointed a woman as Chief Justice.

    Comment by Will — January 23, 2007 @ 3:45 pm - January 23, 2007

  4. I think this skit also illustrates how the media gives a free pass to liberals. Chris Matthews plays “hardball” only with those he disagrees with — I remember during the 2004 election, he invited Michelle Malkin on the show only to badger her, insult her and interrupt her as she was trying to answer his questions. Many considered it rude, but for many Asians, it showed in addition that he harbored the stereotype of Asian women being submissive.

    On that note, I always thought conservatism was a natural fit for Asian Americans, given their work ethic, family values and the fact that affirmative action hurts them more than any other racial group, even whites.

    Comment by Redwood Tree — January 23, 2007 @ 4:04 pm - January 23, 2007

  5. Margaret Thatcher was a woman? Learn something new every day…

    SNL loves Bush. Please put those YouTubes up.

    Comment by sean — January 23, 2007 @ 4:51 pm - January 23, 2007

  6. If Hillary is the Democratic nominee, this is our election to lose.

    Rudy, the future is yours. Take the ring to Mount Doom and I humbly submit your runningmate.

    Godspeed!

    Comment by HardHobbit — January 23, 2007 @ 8:12 pm - January 23, 2007

  7. #6 – Um, hobbits – even hard / studly ones – really should be a little hairier 😉

    Comment by Calarato — January 23, 2007 @ 8:14 pm - January 23, 2007

  8. Margaret Thatcher was a woman?

    If Hillary or Reno got their sex changed, Maggie would still be more of a woman.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — January 24, 2007 @ 12:48 am - January 24, 2007

  9. #1 “Her critics (self included) have always seen her as power-hungry, phony, vain, evasive, profane, unethical, and controlling.”

    Those are her nice points.

    Comment by Vic — January 24, 2007 @ 2:39 am - January 24, 2007

  10. #9 – Vic, those are her ONLY points. What are her positions on pressing issues? In her iPod campaign kickoff, she spoke in nebulous terms about “the future” without relating what she would do about the troubles facing us NOW. We’re in a war, remember?

    In general, Americans know far more about her troubled marriage than they do about her positions on energy independence or the Iranian nuclear threat. Plus, she has one big albatross around her neck – Slick Willie himself.

    For more than thirty years, the lady has been upstaged by the Big Lug and she wants with all her heart to break the pattern. Note Bill’s absence and virtual silence during the bally-hooed launch of her Presidential campaign.

    If she can’t even stand up to a cheating husband, how can we expect her to contend with North Korea and Iran?

    Plus, when they travel together, guess who gets the most attention? Not her, that’s for sure.

    Aside from the constant danger of upstaging her, Slick Willie’s very presence would remind people that Hillary’s main claim to national political stature involves her complicated marriage to this complicated guy. That’s not a message her managers need or want to reinforce.

    In the end, it will be her undoing.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — January 24, 2007 @ 5:17 pm - January 24, 2007

  11. Funny. I generally check out the real people involved in politics to form an opinion, not trying to read the lines between the dialogue in a late night comedy skit. Then again, how about we tally up the number of skits making fun of Republicans as opposed to Democrats. Madeline Kahn as Pat Nixon writing her memoirs about life in the White House with Nixon (Dan Akroyd) was a particular favorite of mine.

    Comment by Kevin — January 24, 2007 @ 8:59 pm - January 24, 2007

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