Hillary Clinton’s Tears … When will People Learn She will do Anything to Gain the White House?


When will people understand that Hillary Clinton will do anything to get elected. Her whole purpose in life is to be President and she will stop at nothing to attain that goal. After all, if one is going to lie about one’s name sake being Sir Edmund Hillary, what is a couple of tears and a lump in one’s throat for dramatic effect?

Everyone pondered how the pre-NH primary polls could have been so wrong on the Democratic side predicting Obama over Hillary by double digits. Throw in some rehearsed emotion and a lot of “Liberal White Guilt” from the Granite State and you have a Hillary Clinton victory. Far be it from NH to tell a pollster they were voting for Obama and in the private setting of the polling booth vote for Hillary.

Hillary … there is no crying in baseball. Some have stated it makes her look human. On the contrary … it makes her look weak. We really do not need a president in a post 9–11 world who would show this type of emotion in something as insignificant as a primary. There are much bigger issues at hand in the future for the next President of the United States.


(Vanderbilt – ‘08)

Hillary dug deep for a way to endear herself to the feminine contingent. I think the skit about feeling the pain (Bill’s original bit) of the USA and that only she could give the opportunities that she envisions for the citizens (and oh yes, the “CHILDREN”) of this screwed-up land was a timely calculated event. Fortunately, she quickly recovered from her teary display and set about pouncing on Obama. Emotional leverage should help her realize ambitions of controlling this country. The lack of a security clearance during the ‘first lady’ years should have excluded her participation and experience in worldly matters, but, there is no time like the present for her to start learning the real responsibilities of a Commander-in-Chief.

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    19 Responses to “Hillary Clinton’s Tears … When will People Learn She will do Anything to Gain the White House?”

    1. casa on January 11th, 2008 1:28 pm

      I am certainly not a fan of Hillary and do not plan to vote for her,but I think it is very wrong to say that her tears are a tactic to get elected only. You don’t know what she was feeling. She may have genuinely been emotional. I would much rather see someone who appears to care than a hardhearted politician. If I recall I have seen George Bush tear up a few time. I really take offense at the remark that crying is a sign of weakness. This is the WRONG message to send to our young people. Many teens commit suicide because they hold their feelings in instead of letting them out in a constructive way. I certainly hope you are never so weak as to cry over something. As for Hillary doing anything to get elected, I’m sure that she is not the only person running for president who would be willing to do anything to get what they want.

    2. yoyo muffintop on January 11th, 2008 1:39 pm

      She didn’t cry, she got teary eyed or “misty”. Anyway, I think her emotion at the time was genuine. However, I think it was because she thought she was going to lose the primary. If she had won Iowa, there is no way she would have broken down like that. She would have continued with her arrogant sense of entitlement to the position of Commander in Chief.

      Remember Bill was famous for his teary eyed “sensitivity”.

      Superhuman stoicism is what’s needed to be the President of the US. Imo. Hasn’t happened in at least the last 20 yrs but would be nice to get back to it. I didn’t like it when Bush got “misty” over 9/11, when sr got misty over Kuwait, etc..

      But I’ll take a few tears over an evangelical any day of the week if that’s my choice.

    3. Dugga on January 11th, 2008 4:41 pm

      The Pope and Hillary Clinton are standing on a balcony in front of a huge crowd.

      Hillary says, “You know with just one wave of my hand, I can get every Democrat here to cheer.”

      The Pope doubts this, so Hillary does, and half the crowd cheers.

      When the cheers subside, the Pope says, “With one quick wave of my hand, not only will the entire crowd cheer for a long, long time, but it will also be one of the most treasured moments they’ll ever see as long as they live.”

      Hillary doubts this, so the Pope slaps her in the face.

    4. Richard on January 11th, 2008 7:05 pm

      Frankly, I think far too much is being made of the idea that Hillary may or may not have cried.

      At least it shows that she has feelings.

    5. Susan on January 11th, 2008 7:07 pm

      Hillary could cry me ten thousand rivers, oceans, seas, lakes, streams, creeks, ponds or any body of water and I still wouldn’t vote for her! The only emotions she can feel are greed and power.

      Cute joke, Dugga…LOL! I’d pay good or bad money to watch that :-)

    6. Reason on January 11th, 2008 9:27 pm

      really, a whole article saying she cried to win votes? to be republican and dislike hillary is one thing, but geez, come on.

    7. casa on January 11th, 2008 11:28 pm

      Dugga, I am sorry that you do not take the election of the president of the United States

    8. Dugga on January 12th, 2008 1:18 am

      Casa, I hardly think that making a political joke has anything whatsoever to do with anyone’s level of commitment to the seriousness of the presidential election.

      It’s officially an election year, and all candidates are fair game. It’s open season for late night talk shows and pundits alike. I say let the jokes begin!

    9. Steve on January 12th, 2008 10:13 am

      If you want to know who Bill and Hillary are go to you tube and watch this link, it is 1 hour and 43 min long, put if true….. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6470450895164255089&q=clinton+chronicles&pr=goog-sl

    10. LilPuma on January 12th, 2008 10:32 am

      3. Dugga: :-)

      I don’t like all the press Hillary’s teary-eyed moment got. A few years younger and some would be talking about whether or not she was menstruating.

    11. katablog on January 12th, 2008 11:02 am

      I never trust polls but yes, the win seems to be a true shocker – which makes me wonder if something went “wrong” in the counting of the votes. Never trust a Clinton to make numbers say whatever they wish them to say.

      Human? Hillary? Give me a break!

    12. Scared Monkeys on January 12th, 2008 12:43 pm

      #1 Casa

      There is a little bit of a difference between someone welling up with tears and emotion when they are talking about their campaign vs 9-11!!!

      Hillary Clinton is nothing more than a calculating shrew.

      She showed emotion because she thought she was losing all that she held dear. That was not her family … it was her political aspirations to be President.

    13. Scared Monkeys on January 12th, 2008 12:45 pm

      #4 Richard,

      Have to disagree …”at least it showed she had feelings”??? For what?

      Everyone has feelings … it was depends on what you focus them on.

      She is a master manipulator and the suckers in Liberal NH were just the patsies to fall for it.

    14. Scared Monkeys on January 12th, 2008 12:49 pm


      Like Democrats are not saying the same thing? No, you give me a break. Everyone, Dems, Reps and Ind’s, know Hillary is a phoney.

      If a person would lie and say that they were named after Sir Edmund Hillary to sound important, you are telling me that they would not cry for votes?

      Please … don’t be that naive.

      However, the welling up was not the true story out of NH, there was a greater and worse one.

    15. Scared Monkeys on January 12th, 2008 1:00 pm

      #11 Katablog,

      There is a reason why these polls were so wrong for the Obama/Clinton election outcome in NH.

      It is called “Lilly White Liberal Guilt”

      Having lived in New England it was rather obvious what occurred. When a pollster calls tell them you are voting for Obama otherwise they think people will believe they are racist. Then when the curtain is pulled and the lever selected, vote for Hillary.

      Much was made in the aftermath of the Iowa Caucuses that a black man won in a predominantly white state. Well it gets no more Lilly white that in ME, NH or VT. However, the sad reality for all the liberal intelligista is that they could not find it in them selves to vote for a black man. Worse they could only say they would, with no intention of doing so.

      How typical.

    16. wtf on January 13th, 2008 1:54 am

      I do not accept the viewpoint that everything wrong with our country is the “democrats” fault; jeeze if it were that simple, we could fall back into 1940′s type of thinking and exterminate those opposed because they don’t fit into the one diatribe right? how dangerous is this? we should thank god we are part of the greatest country in the world and celebrate our 2 flawed party system. i think we need to stop,take a deep breath and stop the petty bickering.

    17. Para2legal on January 13th, 2008 2:17 am

      Did it ever occur to anyone Hillary was preferred over Obama??? Duh…. You can say this and you can say that and we can argue points until we’re blue in the face but the bottom line is she beat him fair and square. The people spoke, not a caucus.

    18. Yes, I am a New Yorker, and I hate Hillary. on January 19th, 2008 5:15 pm

      If Hillary beats Obama, I will commit suicide. F*** it, there is nothing more to live for, that lying, bulls*** artist, sack of s***.

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