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Hillary’s Got Rhythm

22 April 2015 @ 20:00

From the Washington Free Beacon, Andrew Stiles reporting, we learn [tip of the fedora to Paco]:

Hillary Clinton’s listening tour of “Everyday America” has been mocked and analyzed by countless critics. But some of the craziest things said about Hillary’s campaign have come from her own aides and supporters.

Here’s Ruby Cramer reporting in BuzzFeed:

It’s low-key and voter-focused — solid, but not exciting. And according to Democrats close to Clinton and her team, that was more or less the point for phase one. Excitement can wait, they said in interviews last week, so long as she proves — as her campaign aides have repeated again and again — that this time, she is taking “nothing for granted.”

“There’s a rhythm. She’s starting off like Beethoven, with melodies and chords that people understand. But she’s got to end up like Beyoncé,” said Donna Brazile, the Democratic strategist who worked on both of Bill Clinton’s presidential campaigns.

What does this even mean?…

Perhaps that Donna Brazile is a Moron?

Actually, though I hate to admit it, there is a rhythm to Hillaria’s campaigning style, but it’s more like Lou Reed’s Meisterwerk:

Yup, that’s it.

Hillary-Clinton-Drinking-300

Helen Keller went on a ‘listening tour’ and heard more than Hillaria.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Adobe_Walls permalink
    23 April 2015 @ 12:03 12:03

    Donna Brazile as a Democrat is a member of a Moron Supremacist group.

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