|Alright she mentioned my name!|
Part of her concern was that this would provide fodder for Fox News and of course the still somewhat relevant Sarah Palin.
“I’m not defending that decision, which I disagree w and knew nothing about, in front of this Congress. I could live w letting people in nontraditional families choose another descriptor so long as we retained the presumption of mother and father. We need to address this today or we will be facing a huge Fox-generated media storm led by [Sarah] Palin et al.”
That makes perfect sense as we all know how Fox and Palin tend to make ridiculous mountains out of the smallest of molehills.
Here is the e-mail:
However in reporting on this non-story, the press has decided to insinuate that Hillary was "afraid" of Palin.
As this headline from People magazine indicates:
Hillary Clinton Feared Sarah Palin and Fox News Backlash, Newly Released E-mails Reveal
Speaking of making mountains out of molehills.
So you just KNOW that Palin and her ghostwriters cannot let this go by without comment.
However Snowdrift Snooki is essentially a coward so she simply has her ghostwriter write up something over on Nancy French's blog and then links to it on Facebook.
As you will see it is composed of self congratulatory hogwash, gleefully written by a paid ghostwriter, posing as a pregnant unmarried celebutard, at her controlling mother's behest.
Just another example of new media at its finest.
Oh and you're going to want to stock up on barf bags.
There’s so much to love about this, it’s difficult to know where to start.
First of all, Hillary Clinton, the great tolerant one with rainbow Twitter avatars granting open-mindedness to any family formation under the sun (Oh, it looks like Palin DID contribute to this post.), seems a bit more traditional in private than she does in public.
One might call it hypocritical if it didn’t come across as so focused on self-preservation instead of any actual policy stance.
But this is just more of the same of what we’ve come to expect from Hillary Clinton. Does she actually believe anything or is she just seeking power and trying to avoid embarrassment?
Which brings us to that whopper of a finish. It’s not just the irony that Hillary is standing up for mothers and fathers as the normal baseline of what families should be in America.
It’s the urgency with which she wants to address this so they won’t face a “huge Fox-generated media storm led by Palin et al.” (Right here you can imagine Palin doing the Snoopy dance around her house in her slippers at the idea that Hillary was even thinking about her.)
The liberals like Hillary Clinton would have you believe all sorts of lies about my mother (My "mother/my boss/me" pick whichever one you think fits best). But, behind closed doors, we find out all sorts of truths, including the fact that Hillary fears my mom’s power. (Yeah, that's not how I read it.)
Maybe that’s because she knows deep down that millions of Americans know that what my mom talks about in public is right and what Hillary pretends to stand for is wrong.
Yes folks, I think we can all agree that Sarah Palin is always right, and Hillary Clinton is the one that is wrong, though of course she is only "pretending" to be wrong because....you know...liberals.
You know there is one way to determine if Hillary is indeed afraid of Sarah Palin or not.
Palin should jump into the GOP clown car along with Trump, Carson, Bush, Fiorina, Paul, Graham, Cruz, Rubio, Pataki, Huckabee, Christie, Santorum, and Jindal. (Is that all of them? I keep losing track.)
I mean if she is really such a force to be reckoned with then she should be out there representing her party and taking Hillary on face to face.
Oh, but that would require real courage wouldn't it?
And it is not something which can be accomplished while hiding a ghostwriter, who is hiding behind her daughter, on the internet.
So much for all of that "power."