Welcome to the Communist Party, U.S.A.

Wearing a white pantsuit, Hillary Clinton plodded out on stage to accept the nomination that she had schemed, plotted, lied, cheated, rigged and eventually fixed a series of elections to obtain.

Then she claimed that she was accepting the nomination of a race she had rigged with “humility”.

Humility is not the first word that comes to mind when thinking of Hillary Clinton. It is not even the last word. It is not in the Hillary dictionary at all. But this convention was a desperate effort to humanize Hillary. Everyone, including her philandering husband and dilettante daughter, down to assorted people she had met at one point, were brought up on stage to testify that she really is a very nice person.

This wasn’t a convention. It was a series of character witnesses for a woman with no character. It was an extensive apology for the Left’s radical agenda cloaked in fake patriotism and celebrity adulation.

  • andycanuck

    ♫ Oh, Marx, it’s hard to be humble
    When you’re perfect in every waaay ♫

  • The Butterfly

    She is a corruption.

  • richfisher

    Boss Hogg suit and everything…

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Don’t make fun of HC. She’s just a little flaky! *sigh*

      • Clausewitz

        You sure that isn’t a picture of Hazel McCallion when she was Mayor of Mississauga?

        • Etobicoke_Gladiator

          Ha ha ha! Good one! Islamissauga is a strong caliphate within the Multicultural Lebensraum of Southern Ontario!

  • QiPo

    She, and bill along with chelsae, have all the bread ( although never enough) and just gave us the circus while thinking, “Let them eat $**t.”

  • Hillary mentioned “It Takes A Village” in her speech. I think it’s the title of a book she wrote and later became a project of the Clinton Foundation.

    I worked for the Canadian branch of ITAV briefly back in the ’90’s. Very briefly, I only lasted three months — they’re a bunch of Left-wing weasels who still owe me about $9,000.00 on my contract. ITAV is supposed to be about helping the developmentally disabled but huge amounts of money go to conferences, upscale hotels, per diems (on top of salary and benefits), air travel, pub crawls, etc.

    I found it a rather perverse way for a charitable organization to be spending its money when I compared it with my experience with Christian NGO’s in the Third World where every penny was important.

  • El Martyachi

    Most joking aside, the actual Communist parties are more honest than pretty much any other party going. Zinoviev had us pegged back in the 80s already.

    In his book The West: phenomenon of Westernism (1995) Zinoviev presented a detailed analysis of the modern capitalist society which he called “Westernism”. In the introduction to the book Zinoviev wrote that he came to the conclusion that can be summarized as follows. In economic terms Westernism strives to create jobs and revenue streams for those who do not produce products and services, and to strengthen private enterprise as the most effective means of forcing people to work. In social and political terms Westernism seeks to strengthen undemocratic aspect of the society, and transform democracy into a camouflage for the totalitarian state rule.

    • Alain

      Bang on description.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Fake patriots who had to scramble to put purloined flags on stage after we noticed there weren’t any there.