Thursday, September 22, 2016

It's Her Voice, Stupid

This link, from the Washington Post, shows Hillary Clinton railing about why she is not ahead by 50 points. One commentator said that she was whining, but the voice is much worse than a standard whine. It is hostile and nasty, aggressive and pseudo-manly. Then again, some of you might have a better description of a voice that is clearly way, way off.

Does anyone want to have to hear it on the evening news every day for the next four years?

Link here.


Sam L. said...

I'm sure many will SAY they do...but won't listen to her.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

She's a nag. Period. No one wants to listen to that.

And her comrades in Charlotte are doing a great job showing what hope, change, and forward! means for the country. They're with her. After 8 years of being with him. The racial healing is... well, it's not.

In case you were wondering what Black Lives Matter is all about, curl up and read this tonight, and make sure to click on the 6 boxes at the bottom so you can unpack the wondrous gifts that await inside...

You can't make this stuff up. Trump starts to get message discipline, cities burn and Hillary goes nuts. It's just amazing.

Sam L. said...

IAC, I clicked that link. I like "End The War On Black People", but the Dems won't do that, so what's the point of continuing, especially as the blacks think Dems are their friends.

Ares Olympus said...

Sam L, I agree the phrase "End The War On Black People" is horrible and largely useless, simply fueling a fire of righteousness victimhood.

Apparently the BLM group invented this meme. Is there any redeeming value here?
End the War On Black People
◦ An immediate end to the criminalization and dehumanization of Black youth across all areas of society including, but not limited to; our nation’s justice and education systems, social service agencies, and media and pop culture. This includes an end to zero-tolerance school policies and arrests of students, the removal of police from schools, and the reallocation of funds from police and punitive school discipline practices to restorative services.
◦ An end to capital punishment.
◦ An end to money bail, mandatory fines, fees, court surcharges and “defendant funded” court proceedings.
◦ An end to the use of past criminal history to determine eligibility for housing, education, licenses, voting, loans, employment, and other services and needs.
◦ An end to the war on Black immigrants including the repeal of the 1996 crime and immigration bills, an end to all deportations, immigrant detention, and Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) raids, and mandated legal representation in immigration court.
◦ An end to the war on Black trans, queer and gender nonconforming people including their addition to anti-discrimination civil rights protections to ensure they have full access to employment, health, housing and education.
◦ An end to the mass surveillance of Black communities, and the end to the use of technologies that criminalize and target our communities (including IMSI catchers, drones, body cameras, and predictive
policing software).
◦ The demilitarization of law enforcement, including law enforcement in schools and on college campuses.
◦ An immediate end to the privatization of police, prisons, jails, probation, parole, food, phone and all other criminal justice related services.
◦ Until we achieve a world where cages are no longer used against our people we demand an immediate change in conditions and an end to public jails, detention centers, youth facilities and prisons as we know them. This includes the end of solitary confinement, the end of shackling of pregnant people, access to quality healthcare, and effective measures to address the needs of our youth, queer, gender
nonconforming and trans families.

I suppose what fits to say a "War against a stereotype" like Bush said in Dallas:
"Too often, we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions."

And to Stuart, of course I'll be happy to have Hillary's seasoned voice be heard daily as our next president. It's not like Bernie Sanders or Ralph Nader are easy on the ear either.

I just can't figure out why people fight for a job where the ability to receive daily animosity and petty attacks without reacting stupidly is the highest skill needed for success. Whatever else, Hillary must have the wisdom to avoid such stupid ego battles.

So on to the debates, or whatever we call a bipartisan commission that excludes its competitors, but starting this Monday!

We'll soon see if Hillary can handle the Grumpy Cat's senseless grievance baiting, and still stand presidental in comparison.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

Obama and his allies are the greatest gun sellers in the world. Lawlessness has consequences.