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Hillary and Her Crocodile Tears

About them, let me just say that if I want to make sure that the words I’m saying do not impress my husband in an argument, the best thing I can do is to let him know how "put upon" I am. Goodness gracious! Is that woman seriously expecting to persuade voters to rally around her with that display? The worst part about it wasn’t even the tears--though everyone is focusing on them because they were so startling. The worst part was her words. It was a great demonstration of what I’ve been saying about "talking AT" rather than talking with people. Even if she is playing the old "sympathy" card--which usually works for her--this is too much. It doesn’t take a genius to feel the contempt she has for the voters in that statement. Bad move. A very, very bad move. Here’s the link to the YouTube video. And do note the hint of resignation in her voice at the end. The Clintons are too savvy not to see what’s happening. And it’s probably not a coincidence that her campaign was fighting rumors this morning that she’s dropping out of the race.

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I'm no Hillary fan, but I think it only fair to let her (kind of) respond:



Here it is.



I don't know what I think about this. I can't tell anymore when any of the candidates are sincere or not . . .

Yeah, Hillary should skip the phony tears and just get busy ironing the shirts of the manly Republican men of America!!

Now, when you say that her no-doubt-phony tears and her words were a "Bad move. A very, very bad move." and that her "contempt for the voters" would be seen for what it is, did you actually mean to say that you have Hillary Derangement Syndrome and she would actually win in New Hampshire?

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