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“Can’t We Just Throw Up and Move On?”

Posted by V the K at 11:34 am - October 23, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

Concise review of a children’s book the left has put out to indoctrinate children on how wonderful Frau Clinton is.

It would be hard to write a fair and compelling children’s storybook about Hillary Clinton. Most of her many scandals are unfit for children. Her struggles are largely symbolic, against abstract obstacles such as expectations or criticism, and her actual accomplishments are few. We keep hearing that this woman is the most qualified presidential candidate of our lifetimes, and yet, try as it might, Some Girls Are Born to Lead can’t quite hide the fact that her life story isn’t much of a story at all.

Here is all the children need to know about Frau Clinton.



Posted by V the K at 11:54 am - October 6, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

A major hurricane is threatening millions of lives along the Florida coast. The Hillary campaign saw this as an excellent opportunity to buy ads on The Weather Channel.

Politico reports that the Clinton campaign has purchased $63,000 worth of ads on the go-to weather station slated to run over the course of five days in the Florida market.


Hillary Wilkes in Misery


The first thing reminds me of the second thing

Posted by V the K at 2:15 pm - September 22, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

Yeah, imagine this screeching at you for the next four to eight years.

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Democrats hate “Right to Work,” which means the freedom to choose not to belong to a Democrat/Mafia-Run labor union and still have a job. They hate it when people are allowed to choose for themselves. They hate it more when it deprives their party of money confiscated against the will of working people.

Why does this video seem familiar? Oh, yeah…


Did the Clinton Foundation “Placebo Effect” African AIDS Drugs?

“Placebo Effect” is the ninth episode of the second season of Archer.

When Archer discovers the chemotherapy drugs he’s been taking for his breast cancer are counterfeit, he sets out to destroy the criminals behind the scheme.

The Clinton Foundation apparently thought the plot of ‘Placebo Effect’ was a good business model, and so conspired to distribute “watered down” AIDS drugs to third world countries.

Former President Bill Clinton and his Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) distributed “watered-down” HIV/AIDs drugs to patients in sub-Saharan Africa, and “likely increased” the risks of morbidity and mortality, according to a draft congressional report obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

And yet, gay people will vote for Hillary Clinton in massive numbers. (Because I guess the leftist acquisition of power is so  important that you have to forgive Hillary for running a scam that let black Africans die of AIDS while raking in dough.)


Weekend at Hillary’s

Posted by V the K at 6:21 pm - September 12, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

I was at the beach this weekend, and this is apparently what happened while I was out:

Thursday: Hillary’s not sick

Friday: Why are crazy right-wing conspiracy nutcases still spreading these insane rumors that Hillary is sick

Saturday: Right wingnuts still spreading crazy wingnut conspiracy theories about Hillary being sick, what a basket of deplorables

Sunday: Hillary nearly passes out at a 9-11 Memorial Ceremony and has to be rushed off by her security detail. Despite a massive media presence, the only person to capture video of the barely conscious Democrat is an amateur with a video camera. Hillary’s people first spin that she got “overheated” on a 78 degree morning with a low humidity index. Hillary’s people quickly stage a photo op with a little girl in front of Chelsea’s apartment to prove she is completely, totally, 100% fine. (Right-Wing nut cases this was not actually Hillary, but a “body-double,” possibly an android-replicant built by the Clinton Foundation.) By evening, they have changed their spin again to claim that Hillary is suffering from “pneumonia.”  (So, is the little photo-op girl going to be checked, or…?) 

Monday:  OMG, you guys, Hillary is totally a hero for bravely campaigning even though she’s totally sick with pneumonia .

Yeah, the next four years should be just filled with executive transparency and media honesty.

I semi-enjoyed the beach, if anyone cares.

Update:  One Obama crony is not impressed: “Antibiotics can take care of pneumonia. What’s the cure for an unhealthy penchant for privacy that repeatedly creates unnecessary problems?” – David Axelrod 


And on that Note

Posted by V the K at 1:41 pm - September 8, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton



Four More Years of This, Good Lord

Posted by V the K at 1:34 pm - September 8, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

Some completely rhetorical question:

1. Why is a participant in a townhall asking this question and not a member of the alleged news media?

2. Could she possibly be any more patronizing/condescending in the tone she uses to address the veteran’s question?

And a fact: Markings do not determine if information is classified, the substance of information is what makes it classified.

Any service member who mishandled classified information the way she did would be court-martialed. Any corporate executive who erased 30,000 emails while they were under investigation would be looking at prison time.

But the laws don’t matter when you’re a prominent Democrat.

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The Talking Points Have Gone Out to the Democrat Media Complex

Posted by V the K at 1:41 pm - September 6, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

USA Today: “No evidence” that Hillary has any health issues.

Let us begin with this disclaimer: There is no evidence there is anything wrong with Hillary Clinton’s health.

No evidence at all.  Nothing to see here.


Maybe the Devil Actually Doesn’t Wear Prada

Posted by V the K at 10:38 am - September 2, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

It’s kind of stunning how many gay people will vote for a woman who dresses like this.


She looks like the kind of old lady who refuses to pay for the lemonade and instead gets free water and lemon and adds 3 packets of sweet n low then puts rest of packets in her huge purse

Clinton: Blacks Are No Good at Self-Government; Time to Replace Them with a Lighter Skinned Population


Detroit has 10,000 empty, structurally sound houses—10,000. And lot of jobs to be had repairing those houses. Detroit just came out of bankruptcy and the mayor’s trying to do an innovative sort of urban homesteading program there. But it just gives you an example of what could be done. And I think any of us who have ever had any personal experience with either Syrian Americans or Syrian refugees think it’s a pretty good deal.

So, what he is saying is that a black majority American city is incapable of rebuilding itself, and the only solution is to import a new population. Sounds kind of… what’s the word… racist?

How This Happened.

Posted by V the K at 10:15 am - August 23, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

Hillary’s People: “We need to do something on your show to dispel these health rumors.”

Kimmel’s people: “Well, how about we show her running up the stairs like ‘Rocky?’”

Hillary’s People: “Um, no, she doesn’t handle stairs so good.”

Kimmel’s People: “How about we let her take questions from the audience.”

Hillary’s People: “No, taking unprepared questions causes her to have seizures.”

Kimmel’s People: “How about she opens a pickle jar.”

Hillary’s People: “OK, but *we* supply the jar.”




Posted by V the K at 5:18 pm - August 20, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton


The Coveted Mohammedan Mass-Murderer’s Father Endorsement

Posted by V the K at 8:54 am - August 9, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton


Omar Mateen’s dad is a huge Hillary supporter.

He’s the guy sitting right up front in the red hat. You may recall his “God will punish those involved in homosexuality,” comment from around the time his son decided to take that responsibility for himself. But remember, the same FBI that said Hillary didn’t break the law enough to warrant prosecution also said that the Orlando Disco Massacre wasn’t a hate crime. In fact, the FBI still has absolutely no idea why Omar Mateen shot up the Pulse nightclub. The only clue they have is that he pledged his support to ISIS and screamed ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he shot the place up. The FBI believes ‘Allahu Akbar’ may be Spanish for ‘Climate Change.’

Remember how it was supposed to be a big deal that David Duke had endorsed Trump? Yeah, I don’t expect the media to make a big deal out of this for some reason.

Question: Do you think the Hillary people are smart enough to have planted this guy in the audience to bait Trump into going off-message on another week-long tirade?

Update: The Hillary campaign is claiming the event was open to the public and they had no control over who was attending. And perhaps there are people dumb enough to believe that all attendees at Hillary events are not carefully screened and vetted. Probably the same people who really believed that the $400M Obama sent to Iran in foreign currency in an unmarked jet in the middle of the night wasn’t really a payoff.

Incidentally, the New York Times (“Fire Bad!”) openly admits that they are going to do everything possible to make sure Hillary wins. Really, the only difference between this and any other election is they’re open about it this time.

Here he is on video. He really likes Hillary’s gun control position. A lot.


Weekend at Hillary’s

Posted by V the K at 1:53 pm - August 8, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

More often than I would like to admit, I see something that I dismiss as silly hype and then later it turns out to be a big deal. e.g. The kerfuffle over Hillary’s stumbling on some stairs and speculation that she may not be firing on all synapses.


I don’t really know what to make of this, but then again, I’ve chosen to just spectate this horrid election.

The Clintons Are on the Payroll of Global Jihad

Posted by V the K at 11:47 am - August 4, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

Gee, what a surprise.

Former President Bill Clinton collected $5.6 million in fees from GEMS Education, a Dubai-based company that teaches Sharia Law through its network of more than 100 schools in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation.

The company’s finances strictly adhere to “Sharia Finance,” which includes giving “zakat,” a religious tax of which one-eighth of the proceeds is dedicated to funding Islamic jihad.

The company also contributed millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation.

Number of Democrats this will matter to: 0
Because Gay Marriage and Free Sh-t.

Wall Street for Hillary

 I guarantee you, the response of 90% of Democrats will be, “Well, see, this proves Hillary isn’t a Socialist, and Wall Street trusts her to build the economy.”


Wow. Just Wow.

Posted by V the K at 6:59 pm - July 27, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

Democrats worry that Hillary’s running mate would be booed off the stage like Sarah Silverman.


I don’t know, he’s probably funnier.

Things That Remind Me of Other Things

Posted by V the K at 9:32 am - July 27, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

Anyone else watch that weird Alicia Keyes song that ended with the video montage of sepia-toned presidential portraits that were then shattered, revealing the giant Hillary sitting there weirdly grinning at the crowd?

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A Constitutional Conservative Case for Backing Trump in November

Although I’ve only been a lurker and occasional commenter at GayPatriot over the past two and a half years (between working full-time, earning another degree, and making a move, I haven’t felt like I had much time for blogging), I still check in regularly to see what’s going on and what people are talking about.  From comments V the K, ColoradoPatriot and the other contributors have made here, I gather I’m in the minority among the blog contributors–but in sync with many readers and commenters–in my willingness to support Trump in this election.

Trump was definitely not my first choice:  I would have originally put him somewhere near the middle of the pack of 17 declared candidates, and, among the final four candidates, I would definitely have preferred Cruz.  As someone who considers himself a constitutional conservative, I would have preferred a nominee with a clear record of supporting such principles, but now that Trump is the Republican nominee, I am willing to back him.

My willingness does not come from blind party loyalty, but instead, from a clear understanding of my priorities and what is at stake in this election.  While I am more than conversant with Trump’s faults, as I will explain below, even some of his faults provide good reasons for backing him rather than voting in a way that would–directly or indirectly–lead to a victory for Hillary Clinton and the Democrats.

Although I could begin by outlining my points of agreement with Trump and then detailing and responding to various points of concern, others have done so already elsewhere, and for the sake of my particular argument, at this point, it is more useful to say a few words about my philosophy of voting.  While many people hew to an idealistic vision of voting whereby you are supposed to vote for the person who shares most of your views or principles, anyone who has been voting very long quickly realizes that such a vision rarely squares with reality.  So what to do?  One can vote, as the saying usually goes, for “the lesser of two evils,” which is how many of the people I know think about voting in presidential races, or one can approach it in some other way.  Some people say they vote for issues rather than parties or candidates, others say they vote for the person and not the party, and still others have other approaches.

Many people’s views on voting evolve over their lifetimes.  During Bill Clinton’s first term, it became evident to me that voting on character was in many respects more important than voting on issues because I’d rather vote for a person of character who will try to do what he says he will do, than for a slippery, dishonest snake who will lie and “triangulate” and poll-test all of his positions just for the sake of holding on to power.  I reasoned that even when I disagree with the person of character, I can act on that disagreement to oppose policies or proposals that I disagree with.

But what happens when all of the candidates seem to have objectionable characters in some respect or another, and no candidate adequately represents your views on the issues?  One response is to throw up your hands and say you won’t be part of the process, and many say they are going to do that this year.  My response is to say that in such a situation, one has to vote strategically in order to best achieve one’s objectives.

Anyone who has ever taken a class in strategy or game theory will have come across topics such as decision trees, Nash equilibriums, and games such as the prisoner’s dilemma.  Without going into too much detail, what one learns from studying such matters is that often the best strategic choice is not necessarily the choice that appears to be in one’s best interest at first glance.  Sometimes the best strategic choice involves taking risks that one wouldn’t ordinarily decide to choose.

In this election, as a constitutional conservative, I believe that in a contest between Trump, Clinton, and a variety of third-party candidates, voting for Trump offers the best strategic choice for advancing constitutional conservative principles.  I say that while fully recognizing that Trump is more of an opportunist than he is a conservative.

But let’s examine the situation.  We know that Hillary Clinton is no constitutional conservative.  We also know that Hillary Clinton is no Bill Clinton, an opportunist willing to “triangulate” for the sake of power.  Hillary is a committed leftist who is proud to think of Republicans as “enemies.”  That’s not hyperbole, but Hillary’s own words from one of the debates.  She views herself as a “progressive…who can get things done.”

During her time in the Senate, Hillary had tried to craft an image as a somewhat “moderate” Democrat, but that didn’t help her against the leftist Obama in 2008, who not only appealed more to their party’s leftist base, but, as a relative unknown, had none of Hillary’s baggage and the added bonus of more melanin.  When she became Secretary of State, however, she quickly reverted to the kinds of behaviors that had earned her so much distrust during her husband’s time as president.  And with the Clinton Foundation, she and her husband had found a new way to enrich themselves through their so-called “public service.”

So what would a Hillary Clinton presidency look like?  This excellent piece written a few months back by the always worthwhile Daniel Greenfield offers a persuasive preview:

The national debt will go up. So will your taxes. Hillary Clinton is promising a trillion dollar tax hike. And that’s during her campaign. Imagine how much she will really raise taxes once she’s actually in office.

Two Supreme Court justices, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Anthony Kennedy will likely leave office on her watch. That’s in addition to Scalia’s empty seat which she will fill resulting in an ideological switch for the court. Additionally, Kennedy, for all his flaws, was a swing vote. Hillary’s appointee won’t be swinging anywhere. The Supreme Court will once again become a reliable left-wing bastion.

Even if the Democrats never manage to retake Congress, they will control two out of three branches of government. And with an activist Supreme Court and the White House, the left will have near absolute power to redefine every aspect of society on their own terms without facing any real challenges.

And they will use it. Your life changed fundamentally under Obama. The process will only accelerate.

You will have less free speech. You will pay more for everything. Your children and grandchildren will be taught to hate you twice as hard. Local democracy will continue being eroded. Your community, your school, your town, your city and your state will be run out of D.C. You will live under the shadow of being arrested for violating some regulation that you never even heard of before.

Every day you will notice basic aspects of life that you took for granted just vanishing while a carefully selected multicultural audience cheers on television.

Hillary Clinton had a man sent to jail for uploading a video about Mohammed. What do you think she’ll do to even more vocal critics of Islam? How long will it be until a new Supreme Court decides that a Mohammed cartoon is “shouting fire in a crowded theater” and not protected by the Constitution?

I wish I could say Greenfield is exaggerating, but I know that he is not.   As Glenn Reynolds always says, read the whole thing.

And I haven’t even touched on the reckless dishonesty and unquestionable corruption of the Clintons.    As Fred Barnes noted in a recent piece, “Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person ever to get this close to becoming president of the United States.”  Barnes notes:

Is there any public figure who lies as routinely as Clinton? Not in my lifetime in Washington. Not Richard Nixon. Not LBJ. Not Donald Trump. Not even Bill Clinton. She skillfully, though probably unconsciously, spreads out her lies to lessen the impact. But when you pack them together, as Rep. Trey Gowdy did while questioning FBI director James Comey at a House hearing, they’re shocking.

And in that case, he is just talking about the e-mail scandal.  The Clinton Foundation is another story completely, and an even more appalling one on its face.

The Clintons are so unscrupulous in their quest to gain and hold on to power while enriching themselves that they could teach a graduate-level course on political corruption and political machines that might shock the denizens of Tammany Hall.

For those reasons and many more, my political position this year has always been one of “Never Hillary.”  Hillary Clinton must not become president.  If she does at this point in time, the damage she will be able to do to the country will be irreversible.

So then, why Donald Trump?  Honestly the main reason, the most basic reason, is that Hillary is a guaranteed disaster, and Trump is admittedly a gamble, but in a desperate situation a gamble is the best choice.

I’m more than sufficiently aware of the case people make against Trump: he’s a narcissist, he’s dishonest, he’s impetuous, he’s unscrupulous, he’s not a “true conservative,” and, last but not least, he displays authoritarian tendencies in many of the things he says.

Of those, the most significant complaint is that he may have authoritarian tendencies, and that may appear to be the most challenging concern to reconcile with my claim that I consider myself a constitutional conservative.  How can one vote for a candidate who may be tempted to act like an authoritarian after taking office?

For me, the answer to that question is one of faith, not in Trump, but in the genius of our constitutional system.  Ever since it became evident that Trump would be the nominee, my thinking about this issue has remained the same:  Trump may try for unconstitutional power grabs, but Congress and the courts can and will block him along the way.