MILLINOCKET, Maine, October 26, 2014 — Last Friday night, a freshly coifed and glowing Hillary Clinton appeared at a rally for Martha Coakley, Democratic candidate for Governor of Massachusetts. Appearing in an interesting outfit (more about that later) at the Park Plaza Hotel in Boston, Hillary had warm words for her possible presidential-bid opponent, Senator Elizabeth Warren, also on stage to support Coakley.
“I am so pleased to be here with your senior senator, the passionate champion for working people and middle class families, Elizabeth Warren!” Hillary declared, prompting enthusiastic applause from the audience.
It will be interesting to see if Hillary will be as generous should Warren decide to run in 2016.
The crowning point of Hillary’s appearance came when she said, “Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs. You know that old theory – trickle down economics. That has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly.
Trickle down should be confined to the trash bin of history.”
Even though such rhetoric sounds a lot like Barack Obama’s “you didn’t build that” screed, Hillary ignored Obama, instead referring to the economic policies of her husband, Bill Clinton.
Back to Hillary’s outfit. Why does she insist on wearing clown clothes? That tunic looks like Kim Jong Un designed it. At least she’s color coordinated. It’s a nice touch to have a necklace that matches the electric blue cuffs and trim around the pockets. Makes one almost miss that Kodak color blazer she has worn in the past.
If Hillary is our next president, we will have traded a slicing socialist for a colorful communist.
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