Hillary Clinton Mocks Barack Obama with Sarcastic Comments … Actually, She is Dead on Right

 

Has it finally happened? Hillary Clinton was actually funny and dead on right about Obama and his message. Everyone knows that in order for something to be considered funny, there has to be truth in it. If not, then it’s just plain ridiculous or mean.

Hillary Clinton Mocks Barack Obama’s simple rhetoric. It’s about time Hillary, but you may have just touched on the entire substantial platform of the Obama campaign … its rhetoric and nothing more.

WATCH THE VIDEO … this is funny. Will Hillary Clinton’s line of attack against Obama help or hurt her campaign? Who cares, it was funny and right to the point. And on point!

“Let’s just get everybody together. Let’s get unified. The sky will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singing and everyone will know we should do the right thing and the world will be perfect. Maybe I’ve just lived a little long, but I have no illusions about how hard this is going to be. You are not going to wave a magic wand and have the special interests disappear.” 

Clinton Turns From Anger to Sarcasm

Hillary Clinton may just be on to something; however, has it come too late? The primaries for Texas and Ohio are almost upon us and Clinton has all but lost her lead in both states. 

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – On Saturday, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton showed her angry side, admonishing Senator Barack Obama for a campaign mailing that she called misleading.
On Sunday, before a rally of several thousand, she added a heavy dose of sarcasm.
 



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  • Comments

    18 Responses to “Hillary Clinton Mocks Barack Obama with Sarcastic Comments … Actually, She is Dead on Right”

    1. katablog.com on February 25th, 2008 4:16 pm

      Oh she’s right in mocking the “messiah” but dang, you watch that woman and that’s scary too!

    2. O08 on February 25th, 2008 4:42 pm

      “Everyone knows that in order for something to be considered funny, there has to be truth in it. If not, then it’s just plain ridiculous or mean.”

      You’re right, it was just plain ridiculous and mean. Just more evidence of how desperate Hillary is becoming in light of her increasingly slim chances of taking this primary to the convention, much less winning.

    3. Deetch on February 25th, 2008 4:56 pm

      She should talk, she promised every child 15k and that she was going to do something about the bills piling up. She was going to stand up to the big oil companies? What does that mean as she exits her SUV.

      I’ll take the celestial choir over her lecturing any day.

      I’m voting Dole.

    4. Denise on February 25th, 2008 5:58 pm

      The problem is everyone looks for “the nice guy” and no one stops to consider they need to know what their doing. That’s why we are in the mess we’re in now because George Bush was the “nice guy”

    5. Scared Monkeys on February 25th, 2008 7:14 pm

      In as post 9-11 world and with terrorist abound … the last thing in the world I want in the White House is a nice guy.

      I want some one who will not back down and kick some a$$.

      I am tired of this crap of … the US is not liked in the world anymore because of GWB. What a bunch of BS. The US was never liked … we are the parent of the world … we are to be feared and respected, not liked.

      R

    6. ayfit on February 25th, 2008 8:27 pm

      I want justice for Natalee. I want someone to stand up for Beth and her family. Condie Rice comes to mind. This case screams corruption. Is America going to sit back and ignore what Aruba and it’s officials have done to this young promising American girl. It certainly looks that way.What does this say about America. Don’t make me answer that question.

    7. Lobham on February 25th, 2008 10:10 pm

      holy mother of god ayfit. do you mean to tell me that you’re going to enter a voting booth thinking about nothing more than natalie holloway? Please tell me you aren’t so ignorant that you cant see beyond this case everyone here seems to be so obsessed with. the world does not revolve around aruba.

    8. Richard on February 25th, 2008 10:56 pm

      Let’s see … the Democrats are the patron saints of big government.

      So now, the top Democrats are saying, “Vote for me, and watch me take on those who have prospered under big government.”

      Aint’ gonna happen, folks.

    9. Richard on February 25th, 2008 11:00 pm

      Red, the problem is that we think everyone thinks like us and wants decency to prevail. The continual cry for mutual understanding prevails … “We must understand each other.”

      As if those who want to destroy us want to ‘understand’ us. They regard that as contamination.

      The nonsense that there are no contrary ideals, only failure to communicate, has been the prevailing doctrine for too long. Those who preach this doctrine, unfortunately, are not those who confront the brutal force of the shock troops that wield the murderous weapons.

    10. ayfit on February 26th, 2008 7:22 am

      lobham
      how’s the weather there in aruba? you’re right the world doesn’t revolve around your pitiful island,and if you are a local,what do you know about the mother of God? The safety of Americans in other countries [aruba included] is an issue wich needs to be addressed. Seems you’re the ignorant one.

    11. bobbie on February 26th, 2008 10:03 am

      Hillary got a lot of flack for this comment. Many thought she was being outright mean in a petty, high-school sort of way.

      But me, I thought it was pretty funny too. Something rare happened–I actually laughed a tiny bit at something Hillary said.

      Obama may be a great orator, but what else can he do besides come up with flowery, idealistic ideas that he may not be able to back up with action? Not buying it.

    12. flippy on February 26th, 2008 1:56 pm

      Ayfit -

      Condie Rice comes to mind? As a good choice or as a bad choice?

      She has certainly been in the position to “do something” since the beginning and has been entirely silent.

      If anything, I would see Rice as a major dissapointment in this matter…or am I missing something?

    13. SUPER DAVE on February 26th, 2008 3:52 pm

      it’s said that the antichrist will gain the trust of everyone. with that done, he will strike fear in the hearts of every man, woman, and child.
      don’t know if obama fits this criteria, but do you really want this guy leading our country. think really hard about it when we vote.
      our choice of candidates is not very impressive, we could be in serious trouble. the nation of islam backing a presidential candidate is scary. look what happened to malcolm x when he uncovered the truth.

    14. Dr Sympathy on February 26th, 2008 6:41 pm

      It is may sound inappropriate to say, but Hillary is far from being a good candidate, especially after hearing her rethoric speech – sometimes sarcastic, sometimes cynic. How can we trust in a person, whose weakness is a sign of despair?
      America, awake! Don’t rust that woman. She’s got such an ambition to be the president of the USA, that she doesn’t care about the challenges the American people face in times of terrorism. It’s apparent to note that Hillary is in a dead gender struggle, trying to prove she’ll be the most powerful woman in the world. See? I don’t think the american people are going to feed her pride and selfish ambition. We are more important than her desires.
      Bye Hill.

    15. Bob Armstrong on February 27th, 2008 3:26 pm

      Hillary is starting to remind me of an angry Lucile Ball, particularly in her last “skit”. Voice, gestures, all of it.

    16. Rev Hope on February 28th, 2008 11:33 am

      As the days go by, I distance myself, even farther from Hillary. She’s so controversial, let alone the sarcastic tone and manipulative approach to attract votes.
      I don’t want someone like her to be the president of USA. Never, never, never!!!
      Hi women, don’t fool yourselves by chosing someone who is not interested in the welfare of women. She wants to feed her pride and and accomplish her ambition at the expense of some gullible women who have been casting their hope in someone hopeless. Sorry Hill. Bye!!!

    17. Brainerd on February 28th, 2008 11:40 am

      Hi Hillary, my vote? neeeeeever!!!
      An angry woman can destroy the hope of a nation. Bitterness is the by-product of a corrupt mind.
      I am not against you, as a human being, but against your tactics and gender prototype.
      Be humble!
      Cya in NY – not in Washington.

    18. Kat on March 19th, 2008 4:34 am

      Hilary Clinton is just plain stupid. Barack Obama served more terms in office than she did. Just because shes older and her husband was a president doesn’t mean shit.

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