“She was robbed, she told herself, yet again. But after two years of brooding—including at book length—Mrs. Clinton has come unbound. She will not allow this humiliating loss at the hands of an amateur to end the story of her career. You can expect her to run for president once again.” (Penn & Stein)
In the Wall Street Journal yesterday, Mark Penn and Andrew Stein penned an opinion piece saying that Hillary will more than likely run for President again in 2020. Despite her being totally inept at campaigning and even more inept at being a leader, she feels that she can’t go out like that. Hillary has the urge to once again torture us with her condescending diatribe, constant inability to actually accept responsibility for absolutely everything and don’t forget the mad shriek.
The fact that Hillary has never once actually said “I was a bad candidate and I did not do what I should have done” tells us a great deal. For one, she was pretty much handed her Senate seat in NY. I mean really, why didn’t she go home to Arkansas to make a run? She knew that by moving to one of the two most liberal states in the country, she would come out a winner.
Reality finally hit her in the head when Barack Obama came on the scene. Once again, she thought this was going to be road to easy street, that it was her turn, and she would be the first woman president. But alas, the desire for the nation to have the first black president trumped Hillary’s bid to be the first female president.
So then she is gifted with position of Secretary of State. I won’t waste time on that because it speaks for itself.
So here we are. It’s 2018 and the mid terms are now over. The run for 2020 is now underway (even though no one will say that out loud) and Hillary is obviously positioning herself for yet another run at the highest office in the land.
As folks on the right, should we be happy about this? I say yes. Please Hillary, run again.
We know for a fact that she lacks the ability to learn from her mistakes. We know for a fact that she listens to no one but herself. We know for a fact that the younger generation of liberals are tired of the Clinton’s and wish they would go away.
And last but not least, all of those nasty little things like e-mails and Benghazi have not gone away.
Here are my words of wisdom for Hillary as she moves forward:
Be careful about what you wish for. Be very, very careful.