Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Democratic National Convention Day 2: Hillary Hates Gołąbki

Day 2 of the Democratic Convention included a speech from Madeleine Albright, who wore a crazed brooch at the podium.

I'm certain she thinks it scares terrorists away.

But I do not know why she fears them. I am certain that radical Islam to a large degree is built on fear of this woman. Just look at her.

And listen to what she has to say:
Lesley Stahl on U.S. sanctions against Iraq: We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright: I think this is a very hard choice, but the price–we think the price is worth it.
If this is the picture Islamic radicals have in their mind when they think Judeo-Christian, well then that explains a lot.

During her speech, she told us how great and tough Hillary would be as commander and chief, apparently attempting to counter the words of the crazed Trump military man, but she also attempted to "personalize" Hillary. And this really got to me. She told us that she took Hillary to the Czech Republic and that Hillary didn't like the local food, stuffed cabbage.

Stuffed cabbage, they call it gołąbki in Poland, is the greatest food ever created by man and Hillary doesn't like it? That's serious hate.

Further, Hillary was born in a Chicago hospital and lived in the adjacent Chicago suburb of Park Ridge.

Chicago has the largest Polish population of any city after Warsaw, Poland. How the hell did she not acquire a taste for gołąbki living in the greater Chicago area? Talk about a privileged, sheltered, elitist brat.

After Albright came Bill Clinton. He told us about every time, he was with Hillary. I mean every time (Well except for the time she threw a lamp at him). It went on and on.

Lesbians hated it. Rachel Maddow lost it. I thought for a minute Maddow was going to throw a lamp.
I Found Top Part of Bill’s DNC Speech ‘Shocking and Rude’
Maddow began by giving the end of the speech an A+, but then said, “I
think the beginning of the speech was a controversial way to start,
honestly, talking about the girl, a girl, leading with this long story
about him being attracted to an unnamed girl and thinking about
whether he was starting something he couldn’t finish, building her
whole political story, for the whole first half of the speech around
her marriage to him. I think, unless there were worries that this is
going to be too feminist a convention, that was not a feminist way to
start. But the end of the speech was really good. I’ve got to say, the
top of the speech I found shocking and rude.
There was no recorded reaction from Huma Abedin, perhaps Anthony Weiner was able to get lucky for the first time in a long time.

But Bill recounting his relationship with Hillary did go on and on. For the first time, I was grateful that Bill cheated on Hillary so much--or the Bill and Hillary stories might still be going on.


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