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“Let’s face it everything below the waist is kaput!” Hillary is pooped!


I’m tired
Sick and tired of love
I’ve had my fill of love
From below and above
Tired, tired of being admired
Tired of love uninspired
Let’s face it
I’m tired

Hillary begins speech: ‘I’m so tired, I can barely stand’

But there’s still plenty of hot bile to spew:

“When I was growing up, there were scholarships I couldn’t get, colleges I couldn’t attend, jobs I couldn’t apply for just because I was a girl,” she lamented.

She attacked the layout of classified ads in newspapers.

“It wasn’t so very long ago that classified ads were divided into ‘help wanted dash male,’ and ‘help wanted dash female,’” Clinton said.

She also criticized girls’ half-court basketball in school.

“They wouldn’t let us run on the full court,” she sniffed.

Alert the Authorities!

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  • PA Cat July 16, 2018, 2:23 PM

    For crying out loud, Hillary graduated from a college that did not (and still does not) admit cis-men (at least as degree candidates). FWIW, there is apparently no upper age limit on transgender hormone therapy and surgery. Hill should check into transitioning before Bill decides to become Caitlyn Clinton.

  • bud July 16, 2018, 2:24 PM

    And today, a good high school boy’s team would be at the top of the WNBA.
    Progress! 🙂

  • Jack July 17, 2018, 7:18 AM

    Bile is so delicious Hellery. Would you like another pitcher?

  • Redacted July 17, 2018, 9:55 PM

    Those not so long ago days ended around 1972.

    I recall the transition to unisex job ads. There was a popular job called “Gal Friday” which was an entry level clerical job for young women. When the laws changed banning gender preferences in job ads, the first edited versions in this category were for “Gal Friday M/F”. This was soon succeeded by the more sophisticated “Administrative Assistant” title.

    Hillary is reliving the dim past as though it is still present, much as my wife’s 107 yo great aunt used to believe she was on a riverboat plying the Mississippi on its way to Memphis as she had experienced as a young woman.