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Pelican
Norm MacDonald Clinton Jokes From 1990s

Popped up on my youtube feed:


As one youtube commenter put it:

"Norm's jokes about Hillary have aged like a fine wine."
 

Built to Fade

Woodpecker
Meanwhile... (cross-post of Budoslavic's brief mention in the Trump thread)

Hillary Clinton among partygoers at billionaire kids' wedding in India | Archived Mirror Link

Isha Ambani (L) catching up with Mrs Clinton before the ceremony

By Ajay Nair, news reporter

Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton and a host of Bollywood's biggest names were among guests as the daughter of India's richest man got married.

Mukesh Ambani's daughter Isha, 27, married Anand Piramal, the 33-year-old son of another multi-billionaire, Ajay Piramal, on Wednesday in a traditional ceremony in Mumbai.

Video showed Mrs Clinton dancing with Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan


[...]

It comes after international pop star Beyonce was hired to perform at an elaborate pre-wedding bash in Udaipur, Rajasthan, in the lead up to the big day.

Among the wedding guests were high-profile newlyweds Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, and Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, along with cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and Bollywood star Aamir Khan.

[...]

Bloomberg previously reported that the wedding was expected to cost up to $100m (£79.8m), while someone close to the family said it would cost no more than $15m (£12m).

Not everyone on social media was in awe of the lavish festivities, though, with some saying the money could have been used to "single-handedly eradicate poverty in India".
Despite being one of the world's fastest growing economies, one in five Indians - 270 million people - live in poverty, according to 2012 figures from the World Bank. Latest figures put the country's total population at 1.3 billion.
:laugh:

Hillary is surely enjoying her holiday.

If you want to read the whole article, click on the Archive.is Mirror link.
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debeguiled said:
Kind of nice how dormant this thread has become.
Just a good reminder to post this.

I've just gone through the entire thread and had a laugh along the way. I did a quick run through the whole Newbie Forum as preparation. Don't worry, I did this:


I can confirm that there were 5100 posts, or 204 pages in the 576 days from the OP until the Trump victory.
In the 782 days since then, there are only 881 posts, or 36 pages. Extrapolating this to Election Day 2020 (1461 days) gives just a mere 1646 posts, or 66 pages.
2018 Bonus: Since the 1st Anniversary of Trump's Presidency, there have been only 181 posts, or 8 pages in the 329 days since then.

In comparison, as for the "Donald Trump Thread", there were 50000 posts, or 2000 pages in the 540 days from Samseau's OP until the Trump victory.
In the 782 days since then, there are 37600 posts, or 1504 pages. Extrapolating this to Election Day 2020 (1461 days) gives 70248 posts, or 2810 pages of HIGH ENERGY.
2018 Bonus: Since the 1st Anniversary of Trump's Presidency, there have been 13575 posts, or 543 pages in the 329 days since then.

I got my fingers on autopilot just for this thread.
Latinopan said:
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"Didn't read." #237
 
Off The Reservation said:
I have a "compliment" for HRC, which is demonstrative of a point which may be useful when you are talking to your snowflake friends if you happen to have any.

She was in fact, a brilliant and highly intelligent woman with an extreme and unmatched skill for networking. She wasn't a statesman (woman); she was an super-hyper-lobbyist and probably had a phone contact list like no one ever in the history of politics. (Snowflake eyelids rise at this point.)

HRC built this list adding her husband's network, another US President - Obama, the cozy relationship with the Bush's, State Department contacts that filled her phone book with get-shit-stolen go getters from within foreign governments and corporations that would be the envy of any top law firm or lobby firm in the world, and the further solidifying of the contact book as the world assumed she herself would be President.

Can you imagine the value of this network? To guess that Trillions were at steak would not be an exaggeration. Nothing short of the movement of the largest total revenue in the history of the world was at steak.

But there was one or more problems that intelligence and a contact list to die for could not make up for:

THE AMERICAN PEOPLE RECOGNIZED HER AS A LIAR AND CRIMINAL AND DID NOT WANT HER AS PRESIDENT.

That trillion dollar network paid for the greatest smear campaign in history, in an attempt to protect it, and it didn't work. Microsoft, Google, ABC, Facebook, Black Lives Matter, CBS, NBC, FOX and an army of millions of minions could not push the great lie hard enough.

It wasn't enough that HRC had this Power and could use it in Public Service. She and her "husband" had to set up a fake charity to get more dirty money and accumulate more dirty power from any domestic or foreign entity who wanted to buy a result. This is the very basis of corruption and they practiced it right in our faces. And it is in everything she touched from her former jobs to her campaign to her influence on the DNC. She was a pure sociopath, in the strictest sense. I don't even believe she was a good Marxist; she just used it's radical methods because it was a more expedient method to express contempt for America, it's laws which she studied in order to evade, and other people especially simple people.

Maybe the snowflakes in some small way know this, but they choose to live their lives by not thinking. The emotional toll they are now experiencing is real. It is like the grief of losing a friend, but in this case it is false grief for an imaginary friend.

So the Queen has lost her throne. Go ahead and give her credit for sheer ability, but ability minus virtue placed into action can only be described as effective skills in service of evil.

Goodbye HRC. Please stay out of American public life.
Thanks BTF for recognizing (by liking) what a fuckin ggggggood post that was.
 

DamienCasanova

Ostrich
Gold Member
Off The Reservation said:
Off The Reservation said:
I have a "compliment" for HRC, which is demonstrative of a point which may be useful when you are talking to your snowflake friends if you happen to have any.

She was in fact, a brilliant and highly intelligent woman with an extreme and unmatched skill for networking. She wasn't a statesman (woman); she was an super-hyper-lobbyist and probably had a phone contact list like no one ever in the history of politics. (Snowflake eyelids rise at this point.)

HRC built this list adding her husband's network, another US President - Obama, the cozy relationship with the Bush's, State Department contacts that filled her phone book with get-shit-stolen go getters from within foreign governments and corporations that would be the envy of any top law firm or lobby firm in the world, and the further solidifying of the contact book as the world assumed she herself would be President.

Can you imagine the value of this network? To guess that Trillions were at steak would not be an exaggeration. Nothing short of the movement of the largest total revenue in the history of the world was at steak.

But there was one or more problems that intelligence and a contact list to die for could not make up for:

THE AMERICAN PEOPLE RECOGNIZED HER AS A LIAR AND CRIMINAL AND DID NOT WANT HER AS PRESIDENT.

That trillion dollar network paid for the greatest smear campaign in history, in an attempt to protect it, and it didn't work. Microsoft, Google, ABC, Facebook, Black Lives Matter, CBS, NBC, FOX and an army of millions of minions could not push the great lie hard enough.

It wasn't enough that HRC had this Power and could use it in Public Service. She and her "husband" had to set up a fake charity to get more dirty money and accumulate more dirty power from any domestic or foreign entity who wanted to buy a result. This is the very basis of corruption and they practiced it right in our faces. And it is in everything she touched from her former jobs to her campaign to her influence on the DNC. She was a pure sociopath, in the strictest sense. I don't even believe she was a good Marxist; she just used it's radical methods because it was a more expedient method to express contempt for America, it's laws which she studied in order to evade, and other people especially simple people.

Maybe the snowflakes in some small way know this, but they choose to live their lives by not thinking. The emotional toll they are now experiencing is real. It is like the grief of losing a friend, but in this case it is false grief for an imaginary friend.

So the Queen has lost her throne. Go ahead and give her credit for sheer ability, but ability minus virtue placed into action can only be described as effective skills in service of evil.

Goodbye HRC. Please stay out of American public life.
Thanks BTF for recognizing (by liking) what a fuckin ggggggood post that was.
Well...it's "At Stake". Mmmm, steaks. But other than that, yeah pretty fuckin good.

:clap2:
 

spokepoker

Hummingbird

talking about:
http://archive.is/rEY3C

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is no stranger to the disappointment of an unsuccessful election run, and one Maryland third grader's story of losing the class presidency to a boy by one vote struck close to home. Hillary Clinton’s letter to an 8-year-old who lost her school election is a reminder to get up again and keep going despite failure and discouragement. TBH, Clinton's advice to Martha Kennedy Morales is spot-on, and it's what the future generation of young female leaders needs to hear.
According to The Washington Post, Morales ran an intensive campaign to win the post of class president at the Friends Community School in College Park, Md. The eight-year-old is a third-grader in a combined third and fourth-grade class at the private Quaker school, and she faced off against her opponent — whom she described as "a popular fourth-grade boy" — as part of the class's unit lesson on the workings of the U.S. government.
Despite waging a full-blown campaign, which her father frequently shared on Facebook, Morales lost to her opponent by one vote. A Democratic activist reportedly referred the post to Clinton, and the situation struck a cord.
The former secretary of state — who lost the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump despite winning the popular vote by a few million — sent the third-grader a consolatory letter, according to The Washington Post.
Drew Angerer/Getty Images News/Getty Images
"While I know you may have been disappointed that you did not win President, I am so proud of you for deciding to run in the first place," Clinton told Morales. "As I know too well, it’s not easy when you stand up and put yourself in contention for a role that’s only been sought by boys."
While acknowledging the disappointment that the 8-year-old must be feeling after her loss, Clinton's message took a decidedly uplifting tone.
"The most important thing is that you fought for what you believed in, and that is always worth it," the former first lady reminded her.
She concluded, "As you continue to learn and grow in the years ahead, never stop standing up for what is right and seeking opportunities to be a leader, and know that I am cheering you on for a future of great success."
Jeff Swensen/Getty Images News/Getty Images
Per The Washington Post, the third-grader had pretty much the same reaction that I think we'd all have from receiving a letter from Clinton.
"My mom was just picking me up from school, and she pulled the letter out of her purse," Morales told the publication. "I opened it up, and it was a letter from Hillary Clinton. I was very surprised."
Her father, Albert Morales, said, "My wife texted me a copy and said Martha was just very happy and excited and surprised that Hillary would take the time to write to her."
Whether or not you're a fan of Hillary Clinton, it's impossible to deny the impact that the onetime first lady had on politics when she became the very first woman to be nominated as a presidential candidate by any major political party in the course of American history. While Clinton didn't win the 2016 election, her relatively successful campaign run put serious cracks in the glass ceiling of the presidency. Who knows, maybe Morales will be one of the many women who'll take a shot at running for the highest office in the land one day.
ByLara Walsh
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
I hopes she runs again, she will sink the Dems once again. Biden can actually beat Trump, and he's no less repulsive than the Clintons really, exactly the same agenda. Hillary has had many more people killed, but at least she's not a full-on child molester like Creepy Joe.

We need to start attending her rallies and giving her some real hope, otherwise the Dem establishment is just going to force her into retirement. I wonder if Trump has refrained from going after her in order to leave that 2020 nomination door open for her...
 

fiasco360

Kingfisher
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Can we please throw this bitch in jail already? At the very least it would show there is some justice in the world.
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
Instead of a sub-heading saying "her essential wisdom" it should say "You don't have to buy it, but I'm just saying, if you don't then maybe bad things will happen to you, capiche?"
 

Bienvenuto

Pelican
Gold Member
Dusty said:
Hillary’s back to doing the fake black accent in front of a black audience.


What a kook!
Want to kiss the ground that this fucking bitch didn't get power.

today is yet another day without Hillary as president, what a wonderful day it is.. :)
 
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