December 30, 2007
Andrea Mitchell: Bhutto's Death Proves We Need Shrillary
Like all noteworthy events, Benazir Bhutto's assassination was seized on by the mainstream media to promote its left–liberal agenda. According to NBC's Andrea Mitchell, it proves that we need Hillary Clinton in the White House. Here she goes on the Today show, via NewsBusters:
The prospect of a foreign policy crisis immediately transformed the presidential campaign and in the close Democratic race boosted Hillary Clinton's argument that experience, including her own relationship with Bhutto, trumps change.
In reality, Shrillary's limited foreign policy experience has been ceremonial. If you want a woman with real foreign policy experience, draft Condoleezza Rice.
But for whatever it might be worth, Shrillary was pals with her fellow corrupt socialist Bhutto, right? Wrong. Despite her opportunistic and mendacious claims to the contrary, Shrillary hardly knew Bhutto at all.
On tips from Cheetah and Byron.
Posted by Van Helsing at December 30, 2007 1:27 PM
What is it with Hillary and the liberals babbling about her experience? She has zero experience, except for a few years in the Senate. She acts like she's Winston Churchill, for God's sake.
I'm not saying that the others have more, nor that they necessarily should have more, but rather Hillary's quacking about (non-existent) experience. By her standards of experience, Monica should be ambassador to the UN.
And no, I'm not going to touch the obvious punchline.
Posted by: Jay Guevara at December 30, 2007 5:40 PM
From a recent interview with Fatima Bhutto:
Q. What about you? Who do you like?
FB: I have to say I like Obama a lot. His record is the best. He's always been vocal about his opposition to the war in Iraq. And he's speaking out against the Patriot Act. Frankly, he seems very good in a lot of ways. Whereas with Hillary, if you look at her record, it doesn't support what she says now. If I could vote in the American elections, Obama would get my vote.
Let's see Hillary use that for propaganda purposes!
Posted by: Mark Kraft at December 31, 2007 1:45 AM