September 20, 2013

Clinton Vineyards Victory White

Here's hoping that this puffed-up vinegar from this withered crone keeps that closet alcoholic Hillary so drunk she can't haul herself out of the closet and onto the campaign trail.


"So what we would have here, then, would be a “buttery soft,” angry white wine. Suitable for sipping with with a surfeit of spoiled seafood, plump fat chicken thighs, and beltway pork. Through clenched teeth. Afterward, you can do some yelling and shatter the glass." House of Eratosthenes

Posted by gerardvanderleun at September 20, 2013 2:22 PM
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Victory White?

Isn't that racist?

Posted by: R Daneel at September 20, 2013 6:14 PM

I fink I may fwow up.

Posted by: Rob De Witt at September 20, 2013 8:26 PM

Wait. I think perhaps our host GVDL, from a long life of living in the places and milieu where one can see and come to recognize these behaviors: where extreme high-functioning people often are extreme all the way through: and where he has often insinuated that the Usurper likes both oysters and snails, has now informed us of another hidden in plain sight behavior of a highly-public figure.

I'm just an ordinary guy leading a normally interesting and productive life, so I don't always pick up on the clues and cues. But I had thought that Madame Harridan's mysterious 3-month disappearance from public view after Benghazi with ever-shifting obviously-bogus explanations was due to her injuries from that nearly-successful attack on her cortege.

Now, with our host's help, I suddenly see it. That extremely unflattering puffed-up face on Drudge, her thuggish "bodyguards" recent "No Pictures!" behavior. Even her over-bright eyes on her own adverts.

Oh, the personal sacrifices they make and the tribulations they endure, to be our public servants and do good by us. We owe them our gratitude and fealty.

(Naah. We give you a paycheck, just do you dirty jobs and go home to the wife and kids. You're not a dam site better than the rest of us, and just as dispensable.)

Posted by: John A. Fleming at September 21, 2013 10:09 AM

I think I'll buy a bottle and hold onto it for a while. That way If Hill loses I can quietly toast to her nemesis, If she wins I will just chug the whole bottle and therefore have more than one reason to get physically ill.

Posted by: stuart at September 21, 2013 12:21 PM

What, no Victory Gin?

Posted by: Walter Ronten at September 23, 2013 8:20 AM